Indivisible Santa Barbara is part of a national movement inspired by (También en Español.) Groups exist in every state, and in almost every city.  (Not from Santa Barbara? Find your group here.) See our Indivisible Santa Barbara guiding principles here.


Ian Paige, Indivisible Santa Barbara Steering Committee member, moderated Impeachment 101 at the Center Stage Theater on September 19, 2019. A panel of there legal professionals discussed the process and history of impeachment:

  • Brian Hill, Superior Court Judge and Constitutional Law professor
  • Steve Zipperstein, Former federal prosecutor in the United States Attorney’s office and a counselor to former assistant attorney general Robert Mueller and attorney general Janet Reno
  • Teri Kanefield, Appellate attorney, author, and advocate for immigrant rights


Guiding Principles

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.

  1. We are an inclusive community.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. We are patriotic Americans.
  5. We believe in peaceful actions, we do not condone violence.

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Upcoming Events of Interest

Date/Time Event
Sunday, December 15
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Webinar: Train to be a Voter Drive Trainer with Field Team 6
    Sunday, December 15
    2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    Pen Connection
      Monday, December 16
      6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
      Highway 154 Safety Town Hall / Ayuntamiento de Seguridad para la Autopista
        Solvang – Veterans Memorial Hall, Solvang CA
      Tuesday, December 17
      11:00 am - 12:00 pm
      Webinar: Advocacy and Community Organizing: Evaluation and Capacity Building
        Tuesday, December 17
        6:00 pm
          Santa Barbara County Courthouse, Santa Barbara CA
        Tuesday, December 17
        6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
        Social Justice Book Club - What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City
          Santa Barbara Public Library, Santa Barbara CA
        Wednesday, December 18
        5:30 pm
        Immigration Advocacy Collaborative Meeting
          Trinity Episcopal Church, Santa Barbara CA
        Wednesday, December 18
        7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
        350SB General Meeting
          La Casa de la Raza, Santa Barbara CA
        Saturday, December 21
        6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
        Longest Night National Memorial
          Santa Barbara County Courthouse, Santa Barbara CA
        Sunday, December 22
        2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
        Pen Connection

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