If you signed up to be a Member Activist, you are ready to start having an impact. Start by using the different resources and tools listed below. As a Member Activist, you can spend as much or as little time as your schedule allows. Many actions take as little as 5 minutes and can be done in the comfort of your own home. Or you might choose to join a Community Action Team where you’ll meet regularly to take actions together.
Start acting today, and join the army of citizen activists from all over the United States working to resist the Republican agenda. You can be an active member of Santa Cruz Indivisible NOW by using one or more of these resources:
1. Actions You Can Take Today is located on the Actions Calendar. Every day of the week you’ll find actions of all kinds: phone calls, letters, meetings, town halls, boycotts, and marches. Many actions can be completed in as little as five minutes; others in less than a few hours. Click on any of the items and you’ll receive instructions on how to complete the action including scripts for making phone calls to your members of congress.
2. Subscribe to Andrew’s Actions and receive 2 to 3 emails per week with actions that focus on Congress. Each of Andrew’s emails provides a daily action, a long term action, recent news and upcoming events, and an impressive list of resources. The daily actions are accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions.
3. “Like” Santa Cruz Indivisible’s Facebook page and receive Your Daily Dose, a list of one or more actions you can take that day. Each action is accompanied by complete easy-to-follow instructions.
4. Form or Join a Community Action Team (CAT). A Community Action Team is a group of Indivisible members who come together to participate in actions from our action calendar. For example, a team could decide to send an email to a member of Congress on a certain day and ping each other as each person finishes. Or start a phone bank that meets monthly to call our MoCs. Or perhaps a team could decide to attend a rally together and coordinate carpooling, childcare and potluck for the event. Community Action Teams may also choose to socialize outside of events, host political discussions, or find other ways to give each other mutual support. If you would like to be part of a Community Team, go to the Community Action Team Signup.