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NWBI Town Hall raises important issues

People who attended Northwest Bronx Indivisible’s Town Hall on Sunday, December 15 took part in a wide-ranging discussion about the New York State Legislature’s 2020 legislative agenda with our representatives in that legislature, Assemblyman Jeff Dinowitz and State Senator Alessandra Biaggi. The meeting touched upon a number of important issues. You can watch a video[…]

Green Light Campaign Victory!

By Carol Foresta  Congratulations to NW Bronx Indivisible members who were allies and supporters of the Green Light NY Campaign! As a result of this campaign, legislation has been passed giving equal access to driver’s licenses for all New Yorkers, beginning December 16.  How was this victory achieved? A broad coalition of people from various[…]

Dump Trump from the comfort of your living room. No telephone required.

We all share feelings of stress and panic as we contemplate the damage Trump might do if he is elected to another term. But we are not powerless. There is a way you can make a difference – and it’s pretty easy and quite enjoyable: hold a “party” for your friends to write letters urging unregistered citizens[…]

NW Bronx Indivisible Amplifies Immigrant Students’ Voices

Our November meeting was something completely different: in collaboration with the Lehman College Office of Campus Life, we sponsored a launch party for the book Our Words Have Power, an anthology of poetry and essays by immigrant students at Lehman.   In addition to giving voice to these students, many of whom were the first[…]

December Meeting on the 15th

Join us for the next Northwest Bronx Indivisible Town Hall on Sunday, December 15, 3-5 pm at the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture, 4450 Fieldston Road.  Our subject will be Setting the 2020 NY State Legislative Agenda. Our featured speakers, New York State Senator Alessandra Biaggi and Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, will each make a brief[…]

NW Bronx Indivisible Gets Ready to Help Flip the Senate

More than 40 people got together at Blackstone’s Bar and Grill in Riverdale on Wednesday, November 13 to #DitchMitch and flip the US Senate blue, donating a total of $1,225 to the Swing Left Senate Fund while enjoying a lively game of Politics Jeopardy. The Swing Left Senate Fund will support the 2020 Democratic candidates[…]

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