About Us

Indivisible CA 39

Our mission is to engage, educate, and organize a diverse, committed community of District 39 constituents, to resist Trump’s agenda by focusing on local, defensive congressional advocacy, and embracing progressive values. Our group joins others all around the country to take back our country from those motivated by hatred, greed and power, and make us truly an America for all.

We welcome all levels of expertise and strive to maintain a supportive environment for anyone who wishes to learn, engage, and build a stronger community.

As a group, we fight for progressive policies and create partnerships with other organizations. We work to protect and support a thriving democracy.

Our Goals

  • Ensure that California congressional representatives are accountable to local voters and that they reasonably represent their constituents in both spoken positions and legislative actions.
  • Educate local constituents on current and upcoming political issues, increase civic engagement, and, ultimately, to drive higher voter participation.
  • To foster greater community dialogue that builds awareness of and respect for the diversity of race, class, religion, sexuality, and gender in our district, state, and country.
  • Promote a variety of progressive political policies and values and collaborate with other like-minded organizations in doing so.

Getting Involved

Volunteer Your Talents

10 Easy Steps to Become a Warrior Against Trump

  1. Read the Indivisible Guide
  2. Sign up and make your daily action call
  3. Join our newsletter
  4. Attend one of our events!
  5. Share your talents! Fill out the Volunteer Survey!
  6. Follow us on Facebook
  7. Follow us on Twitter
  8. Questions? Shoot us an email!
  9. Invite friends to join! Send a link
  10. Learn more about how to interact with your members of congress

Feel free to contact the team leaders to offer your assistance or to get more information:

  • Contact Leadership – Overall leader, coordinates committees, gives direction for team leaders, maintains membership rolls, puts out “fires”, breaks ties in voting if one should occur, future planning for cohort. Leader: Marian Bodnar
  • Contact Action – plans events, town hall, logistics, and actions in which the cohort may participate. 
  • Contact Media Communications – handles all communications between our group and the outside world, such as press releases, media relations, and social media. 
  • Contact Liaison team – works on building our group, collaboration with like-minded organizations, and educating and recruiting voters. 
  • Contact Technology – for photography/videography, A/V, domain e-mail, computer technology, and website issues

Facebook and Website Materials

We have a “closed” Facebook group at Indivisible CA39, established on January 6, 2017 by Marian Bodnar. The membership is 1,695 people as of 2/9/2018.

We have a public Facebook page at Indivisible CA39 established on 2/22/2017.

We established this website  on 2/22/2017, and it is still under development.

We ask that our members use their best judgment when adding friends to our closed Facebook group, so that we can maintain an effective space to share information and ideas. We also ask that you not share anything from our closed Facebook group pages with anyone outside of the group. If you’d like to share something, you can copy and paste from a post once you have permission from the original poster. Please do not take screen shots and please always remove any identifying information unless specifically given permission to include.