Concord Indivisible Huddle

Sunday, June 11, 3-5 PM, in person at the Harvey Wheeler Community Center, 1276 Main Street, West Concord Concord Indivisible is bringing back their in-person huddles and Indivisible Acton Area, IndivisibleLAB and Swing Blue Alliance will have tables! Gather with like-minded folks to take meaningful action for progressive candidates and causes. Hear from special speakers, chat with fellow huddlers, and enjoyContinue reading “Concord Indivisible Huddle”

Support GenZ Climate Activists

Indivisible Acton Area and IndivisibleLAB were excited to co-host our April 2023 Take Action Forum where we met GenZ climate activists.  Sara Karp and Eben Bein gave a great presentation on Our Climate, which is part of the Massachusetts Youth Climate Coalition (MYCC).  Sara Karp (she/her) is a Massachusetts Fellow who is currently a sophomoreContinue reading “Support GenZ Climate Activists”

Empower Youth through Comprehensive Sexual Health Education

In today’s world, equipping young people with the knowledge and skills they need to navigate their sexual health is paramount. That’s where the Massachusetts Healthy Youth Act comes into play. First introduced in 2011, this visionary piece of legislation seeks to implement comprehensive sexual health education in schools, ensuring our youth have access to accurateContinue reading “Empower Youth through Comprehensive Sexual Health Education”

Connecting with Gen Z and Millennial Voters

The 2022 midterms showed an impressive turnout of Gen Z and Millennial voters- for our purposes, any voter under age 40.  Pundits call this the “youth” vote, which annoys the heck out of them.  So our first order of business is to call them by their names: Gen Z and Millennials! They are Democratic voters. Continue reading “Connecting with Gen Z and Millennial Voters”

Indigenous Legislation Lobby Day

Thursday, June 15, 11:30-1:30 at the Statehouse, Boston Join activists across the state to advocate for the MA Indigenous Agenda. Gather on the State House steps for a rally at 11:30AM, listen to speakers and a press conference at 12:00, then head into the State House for advocacy at 12:30. Get more details HERE.  Can’t attend?Continue reading “Indigenous Legislation Lobby Day”

Thrive Act Letter

The Thrive Act (H.495/S.246), filed by State Representatives Jim Hawkins and Sam Montaño, and State Senators Jo Comerford, Liz Miranda, and Adam Gomez, offers an alternative vision. It replaces the failed receivership model with comprehensive support and improvement plans that address root causes with a whole child approach and clear accountability and benchmarks. And while MCAS would still beContinue reading “Thrive Act Letter”

Movement Labs Social Media Team

Orientation: Wednesdays, 7:00 – 7:30 PM Ready to start using Social Media – to do GREAT things? Join our rapidly growing team of people who are working to Learn at your own pace. Take action on your own schedule. Most teammate actions take less than five minutes to complete. Get started with the team byContinue reading “Movement Labs Social Media Team”

Abortion Rights Actions You Can Take to Make A Difference

News from IMC’s Feminist Action Team For an overview of recent developments on this front and suggested actions, read this blog by team member Anita Saville of Concord Indivisible. Battle over Medication Abortion Heats UpAs a followup to Walgreen’s confusing announcements about where it will dispense Mifepristone for medication abortions, Gov. Healey has joined multiple Democratic governorsContinue reading “Abortion Rights Actions You Can Take to Make A Difference”

Advocates Acadamy: Preparing Written and Oral Testimony

Wednesday, April 26, 7-8 PM Update: Link is fixed! It is the job of our elected officials to hold public hearings and solicit public comment on a wide variety of issues. Whether you are advocating for an issue at your local town hall meeting or at the state legislature, learning how to prepare written andContinue reading “Advocates Acadamy: Preparing Written and Oral Testimony”

CARE (Coalition for Anti-Racism, Equity and Justice in Education

An Act to Promote Racially Inclusive Curriculum in Schools Dear Friends and Supporters of the Coalition for Anti-Racism Equity in Education, Welcome to the 193rd Session of the Massachusetts Legislature!   Bills have been filed, and now it’s time to advocate for legislation.   Here’s where YOU come in!  We need you to write your legislators inContinue reading “CARE (Coalition for Anti-Racism, Equity and Justice in Education”