Actions for Week of February 4, 2019

Monday, February 4, 2019
Remembering Amadou Diallo
Grand Central Terminal
89 E. 42nd St.
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Join activist group NYC Shut It Down on the 4th anniversary of #PeoplesMonday, a weekly demonstration honoring Black and Brown victims of police violence and raising awareness of their stories. This Monday also marks the 20th anniversary of the murder of Amadou Diallo, an unarmed man living in the Bronx who was shot at 41 times by the NYPD. The four officers who killed him were indicted for second-degree murder and reckless endangerment, but acquitted of all charges by a jury in Albany.


Tuesday, February 5, 2019
"Arrest Trump" State of the Union Protest
Trump Tower New York
725 5th Avenue
5 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Join activist group Rise and Resist outside Trump Tower to protest Trump's State of the Union address. Organizers will bring an ARREST TRUMP banner as well as posters that highlight Trump's crimes.


Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Call Your Senators
Call your senators at least once a week! As Indivisible co-founder Leah Greenberg tweeted recently, "Former Congressional staffer here. I sometimes hear from people who say they don't see the point of calling their Senators anymore -- either because they're reliable Democrats or they're consistently Trump-appeasing Republicans. Here's why that's wrong."

Here are the New York City office numbers for Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. Click the links for other office numbers.


Thursday, February 7, 2019
Cop and ICE Watch Training
Jewish Center of Jackson Heights
37-06 77th Street
Jackson Heights, NY 11372

6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Cop Watch is a completely legal practice of documenting police activity. At this training, you will learn how to effectively Cop Watch and safely navigate through tense situations like an encounter with police while assisting your community in the process. In addition to Cop Watch, this training will feature the nuts and bolts of conducting Migra/ICE Watch -- which is a form of Cop Watching that can be used when community members are targeted by immigration law enforcement. Click here to RSVP.


Friday, February 8, 2019
Update Your Calendar
(1) Valentines for Congress

We'll have a Valentine-writing event directed at our members of Congress this weekend. Details on day, time, and location will come in a follow-up email.

(2) Valentine's Day Party and Monthly Meeting
Indivisible Upper East Side's next meeting will be on Thursday, Feb. 14, from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Unitarian Church of All Souls on 80th and Lex. Holiday treats will be served!


This is Indivisible Upper East Side's 100th consecutive weekly action newsletter! Thanks for reading and -- more importantly -- taking action. Written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side

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.

Actions for Week of January 28, 2019

Monday, January 28, 2019 - TWO OPTIONS
(1) Solidarity Walk at ICE Offices
26 Federal Plaza, Lafayette side
9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

Interfaith organization New Sanctuary Coalition is holding a press conference followed by a Jericho Walk at 26 Federal Plaza in solidarity with New Sanctuary executive director Ravi Ragbir, who will be going for a mandatory check-in with ICE. New Sanctuary supports reform of immigration laws and provides assistance to individuals and families facing deportation.

(2) Write Postcards to Voters at a Postcard Party
209 East 56th St., Apt. 6B
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

There are several special elections coming up. Join Rise and Resist and Postcards to Voters to help turn MORE districts across the country blue! You'll be sending friendly, handwritten reminders to targeted voters to help give Democrats a winning edge in close, key races across the country. All supplies will be provided.


Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Call Your Senators
It's a good idea to get in or stay in the habit of calling your senators at least once a week. As Indivisible co-founder Leah Greenberg tweeted last week, "Former Congressional staffer here. I sometimes hear from people who say they don't see the point of calling their Senators anymore -- either because they're reliable Democrats or they're consistently Trump-appeasing Republicans. Here's why that's wrong."

Seeing as our senators don't get too many complimentary calls, this is a good time to thank them for standing strong against the Trump shutdown. Here are the New York City office numbers for Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. Click the links for other office numbers.


Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Virtual Training for State Advocacy Campaigns
9 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Learn about how to build an effective state legislation campaign through Indivisible's virtual training session tonight. RSVP here. To prepare, familiarize yourself with the Indivisible State Guide.


Thursday, January 31, 2019
Write Postcards to Tennessee Voters on Your Own (or Invite Friends!)
Postcards to Voters is working to energize Democratic voters in order to flip a seat in Tennessee's state senate. A special election is taking place on March 12, and early voting starts on February 11. Click here to find out more about the election and how to become a postcard writer.


Friday, February 1, 2019
Prepare for NYC's Public Advocate Special Election
Your next chance to vote in New York City is February 26, in the special election for public advocate. Check your voter registration and find out about getting an absentee ballot if needed.

-- Weekly newsletter #99, written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side

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.

Actions for Week of January 21, 2019

Monday, January 21, 2019
Assist Unpaid Federal Workers

People are encouraged to be of service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Trump Shutdown is pushing many federal workers into food insecurity, among other issues. Here are some ways you can help:


Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Remember Why You Should Keep Calling Your Senators
Ahead of Indivisible's National Call Day on Wednesday (see listing below), Indivisible co-founder Leah Greenberg tweeted, "Former Congressional staffer here. I sometimes hear from people who say they don't see the point of calling their Senators anymore -- either because they're reliable Democrats or they're consistently Trump-appeasing Republicans. Here's why that's wrong."


Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Indivisible National Call Day
Tell everyone you know to call their senators demanding that they play hardball and pressure Mitch McConnell to hold the vote that will end the government shutdown. You can call any of the senators' office locations. To get you started, here are the New York City office numbers for Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. Click the links for other office numbers.

Click here for scripts and background information from Indivisible National, and don't forget to share a photo or email about your call on your social media.

Tips for a successful call: Don't leave a voicemail. Keep trying until you reach a live person. If the phones are busy -- that's good! It means a lot of people are calling. Remember, you can call any of the office locations. Also, if you can, personalize the script. If you know federal workers -- or are one! -- tell that story to the staffer.  Personal stories have more impact.


Thursday,  January 24, 2019
Postcards to Virginia Voters
Chelsea (exact address provided after RSVP)
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Join Sister District NY 12-13-14 and the Sister District Action Network and write postcards to low propensity Virginia voters encouraging them to vote in the Virginia state elections this November and educating them about how the state legislature affects them.


Saturday, January 26, 2019
Immigration Clinic Training With New Sanctuary Coalition
NYU School of Law
40 Washington Square South, room 216
12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

New Sanctuary works with people fighting detention and deportation by helping with asylum paperwork, as well as accompanying immigrants to court hearings and ICE check-ins. You must be trained in order to volunteer, and this is an opportunity to get that training.

- Weekly newsletter #98, written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side

Special Actions for Federal Shutdown

Shutdown Action Items; March Reminder

Action to Take Right Now
Assist Federal Employees

Hunger Free America is offering special support for people who are struggling financially because of the federal shutdown. There are also ways you can donate time and/or money to help those affected.


Thursday, January 17
Call Relay to Schumer
A coalition of New York Indivisible chapters is doing a call relay to Senator Chuck Schumer's office, to encourage him to remain strong and make no compromise on the unnecessary border wall. Your participation is important because Trump allies have been organizing constituents to flood offices with calls in FAVOR of the wall. Sign up for a time on the call sheet linked below; phone numbers and a script are provided.


Saturday, January 19
Reminder: Join the (Hate-Free) Women's March on NYC*
Meet up: 10:30 a.m. at the bus stop on the northwest side of 86th and 2nd
Entrance to march location: 72nd & Columbus

*The Women's March Alliance in NYC -- which has run the New York march since 2017 -- is 100% independent from the anti-Semitic leaders of D.C.-based "Women's March Inc." Women's March Alliance is committed to inclusiveness. "Women's March Inc." is trying to cause disruption by holding a competing march downtown; make sure you wind up at the hate-free march by coming with Indivisible UES! We DO need to be out in the streets protesting this shameful government shutdown. Signs to that effect are encouraged. Dress warmly; wear comfortable shoes; bring snacks, water, and any medication that you may need.
 

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.

Actions for Week of January 14, 2019

Monday, January 14, 2019
Make a Call for Complete Voting/Campaign Reform Package

Today, the New York State Legislature is expected to pass a voting and campaign-reform package that:

  • authorizes early voting on the two weekends before Election Day;

  • merges the state and federal primary dates;

  • allows 16- and 17-year-olds to preregister to vote;

  • and closes the LLC loophole that allows big donors to dominate local politics.

There will be an initial vote to allow same-day registration and mail-in voting, but those issues require Constitutional amendments, which will take several years to pass. In addition, Governor Cuomo has proposed making Election Day a state holiday. Call your reps and thank them for pushing for voting reform, and urge them to pursue the Constitutional amendments and Election Day holiday with vigor.


Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Call Your Senators About the Trump Shutdown - DAILY, AS NEEDED
Mitch McConnell is refusing to put the legislation to reopen the government to a vote. He's playing an active role in the Trump shutdown that is hurting the entire country. Call Senators Schumer and Gillibrand and tell them to oppose all other legislation in the Senate until the government is reopened. Indivisible National offers the following call script:

  • Hello! My name is ___ and I’m calling from (zip code). I’m calling to ask [Senator] to oppose any legislation in the Senate until the government is reopened.

  • The Senate—including [Senator]—unanimously passed a clean budget that would keep the government open until February. There are 800,000 federal workers going without pay. National parks are filling up with trash. This is unacceptable; [Senator] needs to force Mitch McConnell to put legislation reopening the government on the floor by opposing all other legislation.

  • Will [Senator] commit to voting “no” on all legislation until the government has reopened?

Senator Chuck Schumer: 212-486-4430
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand: 212-688-6262


Thursday, January 17, 2019
New Sanctuary Vigil for Detained/Deported Immigrants
11 a.m. at 26 Federal Plaza
5 p.m. at 201 Varick St.

Every Thursday, New Sanctuary Coalition holds a vigil outside ICE offices to protest the detentions and deportations of immigrants. The organization also holds trainings for anyone interested in accompanying people to immigration hearings and ICE check-ins. See the website for further information.


Saturday, January 19, 2019
Women's March in NYC
Meet up: 10:30 a.m. at the bus stop on the northwest side of 86th and 2nd
Entrance to march location: 72nd & Columbus

Note: The Women's March Alliance in NYC has run the New York march since 2017. The group says it has no association with the organizers of the original Women's March on DC, who have been hit with charges of anti-Semitism and who are holding a rival march in New York. Visit the Women's March Alliance website for a message on the group's commitment to inclusiveness. Dress warmly, wear comfortable shoes, and bring creative signs!

- Weekly newsletter #97 written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side

 

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.

Actions for Week of January 7, 2019

ALL WEEK
5-Day Call Challenge

If your New Year's resolutions didn't include calling your elected officials on a weekly basis ... better a week late than never! Get off to a good start by joining Indivisible Nation BK's 5-Day Call Challenge.  From the organizers:

"The legislative session in Albany starts this WEDNESDAY. We’re challenging all our members to call their state representatives and Governor Cuomo EVERY DAY this week to share our priorities. State senators and assemblymembers typically get very few constituent calls, so even one call on one issue can make a HUGE impact. All you need is five minutes a day for the next five days and we can get our state representatives fired up for change! "

CLICK HERE FOR A DAILY SCRIPT


Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019
Indivisible Upper East Side Monthly Meeting
Unitarian Church of All Souls
7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

The guest speaker at our January meeting will be discussing housing reform in New York City. All rent laws are expiring on June 15, 2019, making this the right time to fight for change in the newly Democratic-controlled state senate. Issues include protection of rent stabilization and closing loopholes that allow landlords to benefit from vacant properties.

Friday, Jan. 11, 2019
Update Your Calendars With These Events


Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019
We Act for Environmental Justice Membership Meeting
Location TBD
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
RSVP here

Town hall with state legislators on environmental issues.


- Weekly newsletter #96 written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side

Actions for Week of December 31, 2018

WHOSE HOUSE? OUR HOUSE!
 

There's only one item on the calendar for this first week of 2019, and that's Indivisible's National Day of Action on Thursday, January 3. As the Democrats take control of the House thanks to your activism and the Blue Wave, we want to send the message to all of our elected officials that we are here, we are paying attention, we are powerful, and we will hold you accountable.  Of course, we are now in a Trump shutdown, caused by his demands for a wasteful and harmful border wall. So we also want to communicate that the first item of business must be to re-open our government by passing a clean funding bill that rejects Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda.

Sign Up for Our January 3 Actions!

  • We have two events planned. You are invited to join either one or both. Even if you've already RSVP'd on Facebook or signed up in person, please sign up again using the new RSVP form that is accessible to a larger coalition of New York Indivisible chapters.


11 a.m.
Meeting With Carolyn Maloney's Staff
1651 3rd Ave.

Indivisible Upper East Side and Empire State Indivisible are joining forces to hand off a letter to Rep. Maloney's staff and have a photo op. If the group is small enough, we might be able to sit down with staffers to discuss priorities.

5 p.m.
Rally Outside Schumer's and Gillibrand's Offices
780 Third Ave.
Between 48th and 49th Streets

A coalition of New York Indivisible chapters are joining together for this rally outside our senators' offices. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has disappointed us in the past by not being bold enough in resisting the Trump agenda. (Kirsten Gillibrand is much more progressive but not in a leadership position.) Let's show him the electorate that flipped the House and the New York State Senate expects True Blue leadership.


  CLICK HERE TO RSVP TO EITHER OR BOTH EVENTS
 

- Weekly newsletter #95 written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side

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.

Actions for Week of December 24, 2018

It's a holiday week, so we're keeping it low-key. These actions are mostly about prepping you for the year ahead.

Monday, December 24, 2018
Donate to Indivisible Upper East Side
Done all your holiday shopping and still have a few spare dollars? Consider donating to us via our brand-new ActBlue page! Your donation will support the direct costs of our activism in New York City -- things like meeting-room rental, website support, posters, art supplies, clipboards, buttons, transportation, and more! Bookmark the page in case this isn't the right moment but you'd like to support us later.


Tuesday, December 25, 2018
Send Governor Cuomo a Holiday Resistbot Message
If there are some fellow progressives among family members or friends you see today, introduce them to the joys of Resistbot. Text the word RESIST to 50409 to easily send messages to your elected officials.  New Yorkers can let Andrew Cuomo know that while gift-giving is nice, giving a big tax break to Amazon for a new headquarters in Long Island City is still unacceptable. Feel free to include any recent experiences you've had with our crumbling subway system to illustrate what we should be spending money on. For friends and family members from other states who have yet to become activists, help them take their first steps by doing a quick online search for their most relevant issues.


Wednesday, December 26, 2018
Sign Up for the National Day of Action on January 3
Indivisible National had already planned a national day of action on January 3. Now that we're in a Trump government shutdown -- caused by Trump's demands for a wasteful and harmful border wall -- the first item of business must be to re-open our government by passing a clean funding bill that rejects Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda. We are planning a visit to Rep. Carolyn Maloney's office (time to be determined) with another Indivisible chapter followed by a multi-chapter rally outside the offices of Senators Schumer and Gillibrand. Sign up on Facebook so we can plan signage for the number of attendees.


Thursday, December 27, 2018
RSVP for a February 12 Trip to Albany
Brrr! A February visit to Albany might not be #1 on your winter-getaway list but it's for a good cause: We will be demanding voting reform for New York State. Fair Elections for New York is calling for reforms that increase the power of small donations; limit the influence of big money; and make it easier, not harder, to vote. The latter goal includes automatic voter registration, early voting, same-day registration, and no-excuse absentee voting.


Friday, December 28, 2018
Update Your Calendar

Regarding the Women's March, you may have read recent stories of serious problems with the original Women's March on DC leadership. While the media may have belated discovered or rediscovered this, the organizers of the New York City event -- the Women's March Alliance -- long ago expressed their repugnance and severed ties with the DC group. (Take a look at the Indivisible UES newsletters referencing the 2018 march -- such as this one -- and you'll see the emphasis placed on the group's independence then.) As stated on the Women's March Alliance website:

Women’s March Alliance is not affiliated with Women’s March, Inc. or its founders and is run by grassroots volunteers. We do not support any organization or person that is anti-Semitic, anti-gay, anti-woman, or does not support equal rights for every human. We welcome any and all people who want to raise women’s voices through education and activism.

- Weekly newsletter #94 written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side

Actions for Week of December 17, 2018

Monday, December 17, 2018
Protest Abuse of Immigrants; Support Patricia Okoumou
500 Pearl Street Federal Court
9 a.m.

Patricia Okoumou is the activist who climbed the base of the Statue of Liberty on July 4 to draw attention to the Trump regime's immigration policies, particularly the inhumane separation of children from their families. (There are now almost 15,000 migrant children in nearly full detention camps.) Patricia sought a jury trial and was denied. Her bench trial is today. A show of community support is impactful in situations like this. If you can show up for her, please do. Otherwise, share this information in case someone you know can help support Patricia.

Tuesday, December 18, 2018
RSVP to de Blasio's Town Hall on Wednesday
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is holding a town hall at Hunter College on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. You can register to attend here. Issues to address include, but are not limited to:

  • The MTA is in a state of collapse, and the biggest subway system in the world might raise fares while cutting services.

  • New York City Housing Authority residents are going without heat and hot water.

  • The City University of New York system is underfunded, schools are physically crumbling, tuition is rising, and food-staff workers live in poverty.

  • Meanwhile, the city is giving a big tax break to Amazon to build a new headquarters in already overdeveloped Long Island City.


Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Rally on de Blasio's Town Hall: No to Amazon HQ in New York
904 Lexington Avenue
6 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

A rally ahead of Mayor Bill de Blasio's town hall, with a particular emphasis on the tax break given to Amazon while New Yorkers are treated like second-class citizens.


Thursday, December 20, 2018
March: Seeking Asylum Is Not a Crime!
Outside Fox News
1211 6th Avenue
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Join activist group Rise and Resist in a procession starting from Fox News (48th and 6th Ave.) The group will carry banners, photographs, and placards to remind everyone that there are thousands of refugees being prevented by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security from legally seeking asylum. The procession will call on the Trump administration to immediately process all asylum seekers on the border, and to stop arresting and detaining refugees.

Friday, December 21, 2018
Recommended Watching and Reading

Also make sure you know about Indivisible's national strategy for 2019 as well as the Day of Action on January 3.


Sunday, December 23, 2018
March: Seeking Asylum Is Not a Crime!
58th and 5th Ave.
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Join activist group Rise and Resist for another procession calling on the Trump administration to immediately process all asylum seekers on the border, and to stop arresting and detaining refugees. The action will start on 58th Street and 5th Avenue, and wind its way through the holiday shopping areas.


- Weekly newsletter #93 written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side

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.

Actions for Week of December 10, 2018

Monday, Dec. 10, 2018
Submit Comment to Fight Green-Card Limitations
This is the last day to submit a comment on the Department of Homeland Security's proposal to drastically limit the number of immigrants who can obtain green cards.  According to the proposal, working documented immigrants who take advantage of benefits for which they are eligible -- such as Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers, and Medicare drug assistance -- would no longer be eligible to apply for legal permanent status. Click here to submit your comment -- remember, it's best to personalize your message as much as possible.


Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018
Prep for Indivisible UES Monthly Meeting on Thursday
Before you come to Thursday's meeting, make sure you know what's going on with Indivisible's national strategy, including the countrywide day of action planned for Jan. 3, 2019. We will be discussing our specific plans for January 3 on Thursday.



Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018
Postcard Party for Special Elections
209 E. 56th Street, Apt. 6B
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Join Rise and Resist and Postcards to Voters to help turn MORE districts across the country blue. You'll be sending friendly, handwritten reminders to targeted voters to help give Democrats a winning edge in close, key races across the country. All supplies will be provided. Likely focus will be Virginia State House.


Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018
Indivisible UES Monthly Meeting
Unitarian Church of All Souls
80th and Lex
7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Steve Barton, Senator Schumer's director of intergovernmental relations, will be our guest speaker. He will speak at the beginning of the meeting, so please arrive in a timely fashion. We will also be signing up participants for Indivisible's National Day of Action on January 3, among other activities.


Friday, Dec. 14, 2018
Sign Up for Potential Mueller-Related Rapid-Response Protest
Click here or here
From the organizers: "The NYC Trump Is Not Above the Law Coalition stands ready to defend the rule of law. Together, we joined nearly 500 demonstrations nationwide on November 8th, 2018, marching from Times Square to Union Square to challenge Matthew Whitaker’s appointment and raise awareness of this President’s challenge to the Constitution. Now, we stand ready to march again if red lines are crossed." Please note that the date in this event listing is a placeholder; this plan will only be activated when breaking news demands it.


- Weekly newsletter #92 written by Wendy Brandes, executive committee, Indivisible Upper East Side