Indivisible is more of political action group. Their stated Mission:
We’re not the leaders of this movement: you are.
Our mission is to fuel a progressive grassroots network of local groups to resist the Trump Agenda. In every congressional district in the country, people like you are starting local groups and leading local actions. Are you standing indivisible with us? Then sign up for weekly actions and updates.
They have a guide you can follow.
The authors of this guide are former congressional staffers who witnessed the rise of the Tea Party. Their activists took on a popular president with a mandate for change and a supermajority in Congress. They were able to organize locally and convince their group to reject President Obama’s agenda. Their ideas were wrong, cruel, and tinged with racism— and they won.
Indivisible believes they can tweak the model by protecting our values, our neighbors, and ourselves will require mounting a similar resistance to the Trump agenda. A resistance built on the values of inclusion, tolerance, and fairness They created a guide to offer a step-by-step guide for individuals, groups, and organizations looking to replicate the Tea Party’s success. They have created local groups around the country to get involved, or if you want to start your own, they help you with resources.
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Here are some more options to explore:
Bernie Sanders built up a strong wave and has put together a coalition now run by Nina Turner, He continues the fight, check out the site and see if you have the time or money to help. Sometimes the best resource is your time and energy to volunteer.
There are others that are joining the fight, what is important, is that you try and get involved. Especially in your local election where you have the most sway. Helping other states is a little more difficult and more work, but if you have the time and energy again your help is always appreciated.
Brand New Congress
Brand New Congress originated in April of 2016 with the idea of running republicans, democrats and independents on one national unified slate. They began mass mobilizing volunteers in the summer of 2016 and recruiting started in the fall of 2016. They now have several candidates’, some of their stories to follow.