Indivisible: Impact.

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Explore our impact using the drop downs below.

 
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We organize for impact.

  • 2,400 group leaders used peer-to-peer organizing tool to connect with each other.
  • Indivisibles held 39,533 actions, from district office visits, to protests and marches, to organizational meetings, to die-ins.
  • 791 groups held at least one event every month, doing the hard work of organizing this movement.
  • Groups submitted over 500 letters to the editor to their local newspapers on priority issues.
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We support our groups.

  • We produced 592 resources, with the 1.4m visitors spending an average of 3 minutes on our explainers and briefs, ranging from healthcare to taxes, foreign policy to environmental issues, immigration to infrastructure.
  • Our calling tool facilitated 797,420 dials to target states on priority issues to raise awareness and connect them to their members of Congress.
  • 1,509 Indivisible leaders attended our organizing trainings, in-person or online, including through the first two of our planned eight Indivisible Regional Institutes.
  • We have earned $1.37 billion in media coverage in 2017, amplifying the hard work of Indivisible groups.
  • The 5.2m visitors to our website have benefited from our 20 landing pages and microsites that give campaign-specific materials to help focus their activism.
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We win and take back power.

  • We defeated the repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Three. Times.
  • We slowed the legislative calendar and prevented Congress from voting on main pillars of Trump’s agenda, including a border wall and an infrastructure bill.
  • Indivisible Project and its partners made over 600,000 calls and 34,000 text messages to Virginia, with dozens of local groups focused on 21 target VA House of Delegates races, winning 15!
  • In Alabama, Indivisible Project provided targeted planning, training, canvassing tools, and texting support to our local groups (as covered in depth in the New Yorker) and mobilized our network to send more than 242,000 texts to voters.
  • Over a dozen Indivisible members were inspired by their activism to run for local and state office in 2017.
  • Indivisible groups participated in every Congressional special election this year: KS-4, MT-1, AL, CA-34, GA-6, and SC-5.
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We partner across the progressive space.

We partnered with more than 200 organizations across the progressive movement, prioritizing substantive, programmatic relationships and coordinated action with partner organizations representing and led by communities directly impacted by the Trump agenda.

We’ve partnered on events and resources with hundreds of progressive organizations, including the American Civil Liberties Union, American Federation of Teachers, Americans for Tax Fairness, America Votes, Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Center for American Progress, Center for Community Change, Center for Popular Democracy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Collective PAC, Council of American-Islamic Relations, Demand Progress, Democracy Partners, Fair Immigration Reform Movement, Families USA, Fight for $15, Friends Committee on National Legislation, the Hub Project, Leadership Conference On Civil Rights, Mi Familia Vota, MoveOn, MPower Change, National Immigration Law Center, Organizing for Action, Our Revolution, Planned Parenthood, Public Citizen, Run for Something, Service Employees International Union, Tax March, UltraViolet, UndocuBlack, United We Dream, and Working Families Party, among others.

 

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