One of the things any beginner activist and organizer with a decent gut has to learn out of the gate is that coalitions are the only way to accomplish the at-large mission of your organization. Quick shot actions or one-time vote pushes can be great as part of larger coordinated campaigns, but the only way … Read more
Note: As a social welfare non-profit, Indivisible Houston does not endorse any candidate or political party This commentary is not an endorsement, but rather a discussion of our democratic process. Any statement to the contrary is propaganda we preemptively, and roundly, reject. Fellow voters, activists, and fellow Houstonians: As you may have … Read more
Help Indivisible Houston and March for Science – Houston Raise $500 to Build a Block-Long Ethernet Cable A few days ago, the FCC voted 3-2 to roll back Net Neutrality regulations. In spite of this setback in the fight for a free and open internet, we will continuing to fight on multiple levels to ensure … Read more
Ride of the Chicken! A Trump Tax Scam Livestream Protest 45 and congressional elites are looking to jam the #TrumpTaxScam through Congress and plop it on the President’s desk, giftwrapped and ready to serve to the uber-wealthy by Christmas, and this plan is bad. VERY bad. We have two simple demands for the powers that … Read more
To the Office of Senator John Cornyn: We directly denounce the past statements, ideology, and behavior of Jeff Mateer, who is up for a lifetime seat on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. We believe the only appropriate response to the nominee’s bigoted remarks about Sen. Cornyn’s LGBT constituents (and his … Read more
CW39 NewsFix HOUSTON – There’s been a lot of talk about patriotism the past few days. Is there anything more required for being considered patriotic, than voting?! “If we want to keep our Democracy, we have to vote. That is our God given right,” said Kevin Mendoza. The fourth Tuesday of every September is National … Read more
Greetings, Indivisible Houston community: Call to Action Between the President’s poor response to Puerto Rico, the need for equitable Hurricane relief, the expiration of CHIP funding for 9 million American children, whispers of a push for a Washington tax scam, and the looming deadline of October 5th for DACA renewal, this week brings wave after … Read more
Indivisible Houston and other organizations in the Houston area are following the lead of Gulf Coast Red Cross by donating time and money to relief efforts. Houston has had some hard luck with rain over the past few years: On Tax Day of 2016, five people died and hundreds had to be rescued in a … Read more
Indivisible Houston Weekly Call to Action For the week of August 13, 2017 Hi all, As I sit down to write our weekly actions, I struggle to find the words to process what happened in Charlottesville this weekend. The attack on peaceful protestors was an attack on humanity and on our democracy. White supremacy, anti-semitism, … Read more
We’re taking our Resistance on the Road!Please join us as we roadtrip to Austin on Sunday, July 2nd, 2017, to participate in solidarity with Impeachment March – Austin. We’ve chartered a bus and would love for you to join us! The bus takes off early, so that we may arrive in time for all of Impeachment … Read more
Constituents of U.S. Rep. John Culberson’s 7th District continued to pressure the politician who garnered national attention after a raucous townhall in March at a Houston area school Wednesday afternoon when two dozen people protested in front of his west Houston office along Memorial Drive near Chimney Rock.
WASHINGTON – In a heated confirmation hearing for then-Georgia U.S. Rep. Tom Price for Secretary of Health and Human Services, Democrats raised pointed questions about the congressman’s trading in stocks of companies regulated by the House committees he serves on.
According to reports from ABC News and the AP, Texas Sen. John Cornyn will head to Washington this weekend for an interview with Pres. Trump.
In one of Houston’s first confrontational town hall meetings hosted by a member of Congress this year, U.S. Rep. John Culberson weathered blistering blowback by constituents who packed a middle school auditorium on Saturday afternoon. Initially organized as a tightly controlled meeting for people living in the district, identification was checked,
Hundreds of chanting anti-Trump protesters swarmed the Houston airport Sunday, packing Terminal E to capacity until police barred entry to non-ticket holders.
Indivisible Houston’s new website IndivisibleHouston.org and Araptus Web Programming have partnered to build an entirely new website for Indivisible Houston which supports citizen activists in Houston Texas by providing leadership, resources, tools, and training to oppose authoritarianism and defend democracy. Indvisible Houston We hope our followers find our new website more informative and easy to … Read more