This OTYCD entry originally posted in January 2017.
You’ve probably heard of Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda.
If you haven’t had a chance to read Indivisible, download it now from this link:
Like Call the Halls, it was written by former Congressional staffers, and it is available for free. It complements and goes beyond Call the Halls by giving insight into how Tea Party groups managed to be so effective against a highly popular president despite their being so few in number. You can learn from Tea Party tactics and use them, to far greater effect, against a highly unpopular president.
The guide is a living document, which its creators continue to update. Don’t forget to sign up on the Indivisible site to receive them when they happen.
A key point Indivisible makes is to join a local activist group. Since releasing Indivisible online, its creators have added a search engine that will let you find the groups nearest you, as well as register your own:
More than 3,000 groups had joined the Indivisible search engine as of mid-January.
You can also join Indivisible’s Facebook page:
…And follow its Twitter account:
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