Events



  • 04/08/2018 - 4:30pm

    "Grounding Ourselves and Gearing Up"

    Join us for ISB's General Meeting--everyone invited for a group discussion about how messed-up things are and how lousy we feel...well not exactly. We're going to take a moment to reflect, not just on how bad things are, but how many things have gone RIGHT over the past fifteen months. Are we heading towards totalitarianism, or towards a reawakening of civic responsibility and a true sense of community? How do YOU feel? We'll discuss as a group; then we'll have a slide presentation on California's Districts 21 and 22 from Mary Trounstine of Swing Left San Leandro.


  • 03/18/2018 - 1:30pm

    Emilio Huerta at ISB's March 18th General Meeting

    Join ISB at our brand new general meeting location: the Democratic Volunteer Center, 960 San Antonio Road in Palo Alto, Sunday March 18th at 1:30, where our very special double-feature program includes former NASA Project Manager and ISB member Stan Farkas and a report on "The Effects of Climate Change on California," then Emilio Huerta, former Congressional candidate in CA-21 (Central Valley), on District 21 and the concerns of his Central Valley community. Should be a fascinating double bill, and a great way to kick off our tenure at the DVC. See you there!


  • 02/11/2018 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm

    Indivisible South Bay General Meeting

    At ISB's general meeting in February, the emphasis will be on electoral activity - gearing up for the special elections and the Midterms. After discussing the latest in relation to our Declaration of Resistance, and Congressional activity (or inactivity) regarding the Mueller investigation, election interference and the Dreamers, we will have an "electoral roundup," with updates from Swing Left, Sister District, the DVC, National Voter Corps, and various "red to blue California" efforts being launched in a number of local Indivisible chapters, including ISB's.


  • 02/03/2018 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm

    Ro Khanna Town Hall

    Limited seating for this event--sign up now.


  • 01/14/2018 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm

    Indivisible South Bay General Meeting

    Join us for Indivisible South Bay's first general meeting of the new year.


  • 01/13/2018 - 3:00pm

    Democratic Volunteer Center Fundraiser with Eric Swalwell

    Congressman Eric Swalwell (CD-15) will be the featured guest speaker at a party to celebrate and raise funds for the Democratic Volunteer Center's new 2018 headquarters. Congresswoman Anna Eshoo will also join the celebration. Saturday, January 13th, 3-5PM. Meet local clubs and groups working to elect Democrats and turn the country Blue. Enjoy wine, hors-doeuvres, and great conversation.


  • 12/10/2017 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm

    "Voting Machine Security in an Age of Cyberwar"

    David Dill, Professor Emeritus of Computer Science and Engineering at Stanford and the founder of Verified Voting Foundation, will speak and give a slide presentation at ISB's next general meeting on "Voting Machine Security in an Age of Cyberwar." Professor Dill has been working since the early 2000s to improve the accuracy, integrity and verifiability of our election systems; his organization, Verified Voting Foundation, is arguably the country's leading organization in this field.


  • 11/12/2017 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm

    ISB General Meeting

    Please join Indivisible South Bay for our upcoming meeting, where the focus will be "Election Interference, Propaganda and the Media." Kelly Born of the Hewlett Foundation, an expert on disinformation and misinformation in the media, will speak; we will also show the latest ISB video which focused on election interference, and featured Jerry Morrison, Robert Ross and Mary Enright. Eric Tuttle, veteran of the 101st Airborne will also say a few words on Trump's Chief of Staff Kelly and the importance of freedom of expression. All are welcome.


  • 11/11/2017 - 10:30am to 12:30pm

    A Conversation on Voting Rights with Ari Berman

    What should we know about the nationwide battle for equal access to the polls, one year before the 2018 midterm elections? Please join National Voter Corps in welcoming voting rights journalist and author Ari Berman, in conversation via livestream in Los Altos, at an event sponsored by National Voter Corps, League of Women Voters of Palo Alto, and ACLU of Northern California. Free and open to the public; voting rights leaders from California to Virginia will also join the conversation. Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian moderates the discussion.

  • 11/04/2017 - 9:00am to 1:00pm

    Tracy Voter Registration

    This is an event to register voters in Tracy, CA with Swing Left. From the event page: “The race for the House has already started. Talking to voters in key districts is one of the single most important ways you can make sure we win.” The event will also include training you with the information you need to register and educate voters. Sign up with the event page below.


  • 10/20/2017 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

    We Stand Indivisible Demonstration

    Trump and his administration are an increasing threat to our national security, to human decency, and to our democracy. We need to speak out, not simply to call for his impeachment, but to say, we stand united with all those that Trump is attacking and depriving of basic human rights. Please join us for a demonstration--bring signs that say, WE STAND INDIVISIBLE WITH or WE SUPPORT (and then add the group of your choice: the People of Puerto Rico, the Dreamers, the 99%, Black Lives, etc.

  • 09/28/2017 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm

    Let’s Talk: Muslims in America

    This event focuses on the issues faced by Muslim American families and takes a look at how we can protect the safety and rights of our Muslim neighbors. From the event page: “Our featured speaker will be Sobia Sultan, M.D. who will talk about how being a Muslim impacts her life as a mother, physician and member of her local community. She'll be joined by Kate Chance of the Islamic Network Group (ING) who'll be talking about programs to battle Islamophobia through understanding, education and connection.” There will be a panelist discussion followed by Q&A.

  • 09/24/2017 - 9:00am to 1:00pm

    South Bay Swing Left Voter Registration

    South Bay Swing Left is hosting a voter registration event in Campbell next Sunday with shifts from 9am - 11:15am and 10:45am to 1pm. Sign-up at goo.gl/dapQj1 or by emailing Becca at [email protected]

  • 09/23/2017 - 1:00pm to 5:00pm

    Free DACA Renewals Workshop

    Any DACA recipients who live in the Bay Area in California and qualify to renew their DACA. San Francisco's office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs will be holding a workshop where attorneys will help you do your renewals, free of charge. If you are in financial need they will also pay the $495 fee to the Department of Homeland Security. No one will be turned away regardless of if you live in San Francisco or not. No registration required.

  • 09/20/2017 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

    Ro Khanna Town Hall

    Ro Khanna is having another town hall on the 20th. Town halls are a great opportunity to hear directly from your MoC, especially if you are in his district (CA-17). This town hall will be in Fremont and if you intend to go please RSVP.

  • 09/20/2017 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm

    San Jose Google Project Community Town Hall

    From the event page: “Google's proposed mega-campus will change San Jose forever – for better, or for worse? It depends on how loudly we raise our voices. With our communities at the table, we can shape the San Jose Google campus so our families thrive as Google grows.” Hosted by Silicon Valley Rising. You can RSVP below.

  • 09/20/2017 - 11:00am to 12:15pm

    Health and Resilience: The Psychological Harm of Anti-Immigrant Policies

    From the event page: “Deportation policies, anti-immigrant climate, and this Administration’s action to end the DACA program create anxiety, anger, and shame, as well as break community trust between immigrant communities and government agencies. These policies, along with traumatic and often violent migratory experiences, put the physical and mental health of immigrants at risk. In this session, we will hear from advocates and community members about issues that affect the psyche of immigrant people and key ways to support their wellbeing.” Hosted by the California Immigrant Policy Center.

  • 09/19/2017 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

    Bridging Housing Communities

    This is a community meeting to discuss the growing struggle with affordable housing in San Jose. From the event page: “The lack of affordable and supportive housing in our communities impacts us all, but especially those who are already homeless, on the verge of it, or are experiencing any other living situation that doesn't provide safety and stability. Let's work toward achieving long-term solutions while supporting short-term relief, all as part of a larger effort to foster leadership and build collective power.” Hosted by Sacred Heart Community Services. Sign up here.

  • 09/19/2017 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm

    Phone Bank for Manka Dhingra for WA State Senate

    We’ve all been invited to attend Phone banks supporting Manka Dhingra for the WA State Senate by Silicon Valley for America. If Dhingra was elected, the WA state would be a new Democratic State Trifecta. RSVP here to receive the address for the event. Also if you are a member of ISB, be sure to mention that when you sign up.

  • 09/19/2017 - 9:30am to 11:00am

    Bridging Housing Communities

    This is a community meeting to discuss the growing struggle with affordable housing in San Jose. From the event page: “The lack of affordable and supportive housing in our communities impacts us all, but especially those who are already homeless, on the verge of it, or are experiencing any other living situation that doesn't provide safety and stability. Let's work toward achieving long-term solutions while supporting short-term relief, all as part of a larger effort to foster leadership and build collective power.” Hosted by Sacred Heart Community Services. Sign up here.

  • 08/13/2017 - 1:30am to 3:30am

    ISB General Meeting: August 13

    Our monthly meeting will focus on the topic of how, if at all, resistance groups work with the Democratic party. What are the pros and cons? Ultimately we will discuss how and if ISB should be working with local democratic groups. Join us for a lively discussion!