Actions for Week of March 5, 2018

This is our 52nd consecutive weekly newsletter! Thank you to everyone who has used this content to take action and be part of a positive change over the past year. Don't forget: The most important activism is voting in every election. If you're already registered to vote, reach out to your friends, neighbors, colleagues, and family and make sure they're registered in their state too. Send them the link to if they need help. -- Wendy Brandes, executive committee member, Indivisible UES

TODAY. Monday, March 5, 2018
Help Plan a Rally for Let NY Vote
80 Broad Street, 3rd floor conference room
7 p.m.

Let NY Vote is planning a March 18 rally in support of early voting in New York State. Thirty-seven other states have early voting; it's time for New York to make participation more accessible. If you'd like to help organize, join the planning meeting tonight. RSVP necessary via

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Call Relay for Immigrants
Make the Road NY members will be in Albany today, to demand the New York State budget includes progressive priorities like the New York Dream Act, driver’s licenses for all, affordable housing, and fixing the MTA. Support them by signing up for this call relay (phone number and script included) to tell Governor Cuomo to protect working-class immigrants.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Protest Exxon’s CEO & Demand Cuomo Step Up
New York Stock Exchange
11 Wall Street
8:15 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Exxon Mobil CEO Darren Woods will be speaking at Exxon's global analyst meeting at the New York Stock Exchange. NY Renews -- a coalition of climate-action groups -- is hosting a demonstration to denounce Exxon's climate-destructive practices, and to demand that Governor Cuomo stand up to oil and gas corporations like Exxon.

Thursday, March 8, 2018
Indivisible Upper East Side Monthly Meeting
Unitarian Church of All Souls
80th and Lex
7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Our monthly meeting. All are welcome, even if you don't live on the Upper East Side.

Friday, March 9, 2018
Tell 5 People About the IDC
This action was suggested by Indivisible Brooklyn: Educate at least five fellow New Yorkers about the Independent Democratic Conference. The IDC is a group of eight state senators who run for election as Democrats but vote as Republicans, consistently preventing any progressive bills from becoming law. Many New Yorkers don't know this group exists, so pick five and let them know about it. You can share our fact sheet and this video voiced by Edie Falco.


Disclaimer: By choosing to attend any events listed herein, I acknowledge the risks involved, and that I agree to participate non-violently and in accordance with the law. During some events, acts of civil disobedience may be initiated by individual participants.  I acknowledge and agree that Indivisible Upper East Side is not responsible for any such acts of individual participants which are unlawful, nor is Indivisible Upper East Side soliciting my participation in any such activity. I agree that I am solely responsible for any decision to participate in any acts of civil disobedience and any consequences, legal or otherwise, that may result from that decision.