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We hope you’re all healthy, and we trust you’re washing your hands like crazy — here are some more routines to mix it up! If you’re singin’ the COVID-19 Blues, this article on protecting your mental health may help. Also: We’ve heard all kinds of rumors, from silly to disgusting to downright racist (we’re looking at you, Bigot-in-Chief). It’s more essential than ever not to repost, retweet, or repeat random stuff. Do your researchmisinformation can literally be deadly. And we’ve had serious issues with their social & political coverage, but you can get free coverage & daily updates on the coronavirus outbreak from the Washington Post and NY Times. Stay informed; stay safe; stay active!

All Members Meet on Zoom!

Sunday, March 29, 1-3 PM (meeting at 1; Zoom opens at 12:30 if you need training): Join us for our first virtual All Members Meeting by computer, tablet, or even just a phone. We’re thrilled to have Indivisible co-founders Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin join us LIVE to talk about their book We Are Indivisible (available digitally, of course) and answer all questions Indivisible. And more: Richard “Doc” Gooding, Arizona Field Director for Field Team 6, with the latest AZ elections news. Plus, you’ll hear how you can take action from the comfort & safety of your own home. Check out our updated article for more on that! Please register here to get an invitation with a link for you to join the Zoom All Members Meeting. New to Zoom? Find out the basics and learn how you can participate by checking out our handy article! And jump onto the pre-meeting Zoom starting at 12:30 PM, if you need hand-holding or troubleshooting!

Activities & Events!
2020 Voter Outreach Events

NOTE: No in-person gatherings for now. Please fill out this form so we can let you know about the virtual & remote options we’re planning to make the Blue Tsunami happen. And check out our updated article with a great list of groups offering many other virtual options. 

And Now For Something Completely Different

… from our usual snarky fun end-of-newsletter column. Need some soothing in these crazy times? Try #SongsofComfort on YouTube. Want company? If your neighborhood has an email list or online group, invite them to a Zoom happy hour — it’s a lot of fun (and no need to clean your house!). Going a little stir crazy? Swim with the fishies (as it were) at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, then move on to the museums in Paris, no nasty air travel required! Here’s more virtual tours. Or how about REALLY getting out? Most East Bay parks & trails are open — check for updates here and go get some fresh air! You can take more action when you get back. We’ll be here.

Want to do more? Contact Us!

Volunteer with IEB or find out how we work: andrea@indivisibleeb.org Questions/comments about IEB: info@indivisibleeb.org Don’t miss an issue: subscribe to this newsletter!Questions/comments on the newsletter: newsletter@indivisibleeb.org Join us on the chat platform Slack to talk about important issues, plan events, & more! Ask for an invite at info@indivisibleeb.org Donate – keep the momentum going!


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Indivisible East Bay is a chapter of the Indivisible movement. We are a grassroots organization focused on stopping the Trump administration’s policies.

We cover the East Bay Area, spanning California’s 11th, 13th, and 15th congressional districts. In addition to IndivisibleEB, there are a number of other Indivisible groups covering specifics cities, countries, and even neighborhood. Whenever possible, we try to work together in order to build a coalition of like-minded activists resisting the Trump agenda.

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