Welcome to the Indivisible Santa Barbara group. We are part of a national movement inspired by indivisibleguide.com. (También en Español.) Groups exist in every state, and in almost every city. (Not from Santa Barbara? Find your group here.)
On November 15 2017 Indivisible Santa Barbara hosted a movie and panel discussion on Voter Integrity. The evening started with the movie My Vote Is Mine (see below), followed by a panel discussion. Watch the meeting here.
Watch the full length My Vote is Mine in high resolution.
In California, we are in a unique position to embolden not only our Members of Congress, but also our California state legislators, who have declared California’s intent to lead the charge against harmful federal policies. Our leaders need to hear our voices: our calls, letters, emails, personal stories, and in-person meetings count. These actions directly strengthen our Elected Representatives in Congress. This group is dedicated to providing the most effective daily and weekly actions possible, and we encourage our members to make them part of their daily routine.
We are growing daily and need YOU to become an organizer, spearhead a committee, make calls, write letters, blog, attend meetings, and more.
- We are an inclusive community.
- We are Indivisible. We do not propose policy, but are united in our pursuit to oppose harmful legislation.
- We have a zero-tolerance policy toward in-fighting. As long as Liberals, Progressives, Democrats, and Moderates engage in a circular firing squad, we give our power to the minority–Extreme Conservatives win.
- We believe that citizens must act where we live, interacting with our own Members of Congress. We strive to take regular action, daily, weekly, monthly.
- We are patriotic Americans.
- We believe in peaceful actions, we do not condone violence.
You may also sign up at Daily Action https://dailyaction.org –separate from Indivisible –for mobile alerts of suggested actions.
|Wednesday, May 23
|From Dreams to Deportation
Held in the McCune Conference Room, 6020 HSSB Based on data collected over fourteen months of ethnographic fieldwork, Rayed Khedher, ...
|Thursday, May 24
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
|Indivisible Santa Barbara May Meeting
Indivisible Santa Barbara wants to hear from you! Please join fellow Indivisible Santa Barbara members to participate in an open ...
|Friday, May 25
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
|The Republic of Samsung: Labor, Governance, and the Crisis of Korean Democracy
Held in HSSB 4041. Currently a visiting fellow at UCSB's Center for the Study of the Work, Labor, and Democracy, ...
|Saturday, May 26
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
|Third Annual Ethnic Studies Now! Block Party
The Third Annual Ethnic Studies Now! Block Party! will have workshops, skillshares, art, literature, food and music. Organized by Ethnic ...
|Sunday, May 27
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join politically motivated locals who regularly use Indivisible's guide in penning letters and signs. Write or make mail art to ...
|Monday, May 28
10:00 am - 11:00 am
|Pierre Claeyssen Veterans Foundation Memorial Day Ceremony
This Memorial Day, join the Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation (PCVF) at the Santa Barbara Cemetery as we remember those who ...
|Tuesday, May 29
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
|Transgender Language Reform
Held in the McCune Conference Room, 6020 HSSB. Join Lal Zimman (Linguistics, UCSB) for a presentation and discussion about his ...
|Wednesday, May 30
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|FLA Parents Speak Out: ¡Justicia Educativa!
¿ Sabia usted que en el 2015, solamente 43.9% de Latinos graduados en el Distrito de Escuelas Secundarias de Santa ...
|Wednesday, May 30
|Free Speech on Campus
Wade Clark Roof Lecture on Human Rights, “Free Speech on Campus,” will be given by Howard Gillman (Chancellor, UC Irvine). ...
|Thursday, May 31
|Coming of Age at the End of the World
Held in Girvetz 2320. Learning about climate change can trigger debilitating cycles of eco-grief, despair, and apathy. So how can ...