Every moment is an organizing opportunity, every person a potential activist, every minute a chance to change the world.

— Dolores Huerta

State Watch

The State of North Carolina is in the national news a lot these days. It's not always good news, but we're making progress! Keep up with us here on our state issues.

If you are interested in learning more reach us at ncga@indivisibleavl.org.

Demand Burr & Tillis Refuse Any SCOTUS Confirmation Before 2021

(UPDATED October 19, 2020): Last week the Senate Judiciary Committee rammed through rush committee hearings on Amy Coney Barrett, Trump’s extremist nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, despite the fact that we are already in the middle of a presidential election: By the time Committee Chair Lindsay Graham pushed through approval,…
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Tell Tillis & Burr to Support the HEROES Act

Schools cannot re-open safely with massive budget cuts, fewer educators, and less help for students. The House passed the HEROES Act to help, and we call on the Senate to take similar action now. Call Sen. Tillis at (202) 224-6342 and Sen. Burr at (202) 224-3154 and urge them to support the HEROES Act to…
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Save the Courts

Last week Mitch McConnell pushed through two more extremist nominees to the federal bench. The last one, inexperienced Corey Wilson, who has called the Affordable Care Act “perverse” and supported discriminatory efforts that would restrict voting rights for people of color, marked the 200th confirmation of President Trump’s judicial nominees. For comparison, President Obama had…
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Tell Sens. Tillis & Burr to REJECT Extremist Judicial Nominees Cory Wilson & Justin Walker

Last week the Senate Judiciary Committee voted 12-10 (on a straight party line) to recommend two extremist right-wing judges to lifetime appointments —  Justin Walker to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and Cory Wilson to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. And now, Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell is hell-bent on ramming through a…
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Hendersonville Press Conference March 27 on Petitioning Sen. Tillis to Make the Mueller Report Public

A coalition of grassroots activist groups will gather Wednesday at 12:30 to speak to the press and deliver boxes of over 5,000 signed petitions to Sen. Tillis, urging him make the full Mueller Report public.
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Sign Now: Make the Mueller Report Public!

Sign this petition to Senators Tillis and Burr, urging them to take action to make the Mueller Report public. Then join us Wednesday afternoon, March 27, at 12:30 pm, as we deliver a stack of petitions to Sen. Tillis’s office at the Historic Courthouse Square in Hendersonville. The petition states simply: “Americans have the right…
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North Carolina Senate

Terry Van Duyn (D) District 49

North Carolina House of Representatives

Susan Fisher (D) District 114

John Ager (D) District 115

Brain Turner (D) District 116

The Latest on Redistricting

Tell The NC Utilities Commission There Is No Turning Back

By Nadine Hamby | November 29, 2020

In 2015, Duke Energy agreed to build a 5 megawatt solar project on a retired landfill in Woodfin. The NC Utilities Commission approved it as part of Duke Carolina’s Modernization Plan to retire coal, build a new gas plant, transition to clean energy and build 15 megawatts of solar energy in Buncombe County. The retired…

Help the Georgia Senate Runoff Races

By Brenda Murphree | November 15, 2020

The two Senate runoff races in Georgia have enormous implications for the rest of the country. The good news is, there’s a lot we can do from a distance to help. 4 Ways You Can Help Right Now Make phone calls — Sign up to participate in daily phone banks for Jon Ossof. Write postcards…

Four Years of Standing Indivisible

By Brenda Murphree | November 8, 2020

Four years ago the headlines were very different. Four years ago, on the heels of a much different election, three people in Asheville got together and decided that something had to be done. We didn’t exactly know what, but we knew we needed to organize to protect our democracy from what appeared to be a…

The Latest on Medicaid Expansion

Tell The NC Utilities Commission There Is No Turning Back

By Nadine Hamby | November 29, 2020

In 2015, Duke Energy agreed to build a 5 megawatt solar project on a retired landfill in Woodfin. The NC Utilities Commission approved it as part of Duke Carolina’s Modernization Plan to retire coal, build a new gas plant, transition to clean energy and build 15 megawatts of solar energy in Buncombe County. The retired…

Help the Georgia Senate Runoff Races

By Brenda Murphree | November 15, 2020

The two Senate runoff races in Georgia have enormous implications for the rest of the country. The good news is, there’s a lot we can do from a distance to help. 4 Ways You Can Help Right Now Make phone calls — Sign up to participate in daily phone banks for Jon Ossof. Write postcards…

Four Years of Standing Indivisible

By Brenda Murphree | November 8, 2020

Four years ago the headlines were very different. Four years ago, on the heels of a much different election, three people in Asheville got together and decided that something had to be done. We didn’t exactly know what, but we knew we needed to organize to protect our democracy from what appeared to be a…

The Latest on Special Elections

Tell The NC Utilities Commission There Is No Turning Back

By Nadine Hamby | November 29, 2020

In 2015, Duke Energy agreed to build a 5 megawatt solar project on a retired landfill in Woodfin. The NC Utilities Commission approved it as part of Duke Carolina’s Modernization Plan to retire coal, build a new gas plant, transition to clean energy and build 15 megawatts of solar energy in Buncombe County. The retired…

Help the Georgia Senate Runoff Races

By Brenda Murphree | November 15, 2020

The two Senate runoff races in Georgia have enormous implications for the rest of the country. The good news is, there’s a lot we can do from a distance to help. 4 Ways You Can Help Right Now Make phone calls — Sign up to participate in daily phone banks for Jon Ossof. Write postcards…

Four Years of Standing Indivisible

By Brenda Murphree | November 8, 2020

Four years ago the headlines were very different. Four years ago, on the heels of a much different election, three people in Asheville got together and decided that something had to be done. We didn’t exactly know what, but we knew we needed to organize to protect our democracy from what appeared to be a…