Weekly Actions


May 20-27, 2019


Hello Nob Hill Indivisibles, 


National Day of Action: Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 12pm


Join us on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 for a rally at Robinson Park in Albuquerque as part of a national day of action to put a stop to the abortion bans being enacted across the country.

We know that the abortion ban in Alabama, as well as other states across the nation, are unconstitutional and against our values. We know that Abortion is Health Care and that Health Care is Not a Crime. Every single person who believes in the right to make our own decisions about our own bodies needs to step up now, to ensure that we can protect access to abortion care in our state, as well as across the country. 

Show our political leaders that we will not stand for these outdated and unconstitutional bans!

Please bring friends, family, coworkers, neighbors, signs, t-shirts, and be ready to protect access to abortion care!

Tell us you’re coming, https://www.facebook.com/events/646513829502423/


Call our Federal MoCs! for contact info, click here.  

1. No vote should be held on the revised NAFTA 2.0 until key improvements are made!

That means removing monopolies for Big Pharma that would keep medicine prices high, strengthening the labor and environmental provisions, and making sure the deal is subject to swift and certain enforcement. Call and write your Rep, you can do so via Public Citizen by clicking here

2. Communities around the US are facing grave threats to their health due to toxic Per- and Poly-fluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) -- highly toxic "forever chemicals" used to make thousands of products including Teflon pans, fast food wrappers, and fire-fighting foam. Tell our MoCs to take action on PFAS bills moving through the Capitol now! Ask them to step up and regulate PFAS, clean up contamination, and close legal loopholes to prevent future crises of this nature. You can send a letter via the Sierra Club by clicking here.

3.Two weeks ago, the Equality Act passed out of committee and is heading for a House floor vote. The Equality Act would cover employment, housing, credit, education, public spaces and services, federally funded programs, and jury service. Call your Rep and ask them to support the Equality Act.

4. If you haven’t done it yet, please do: Take the 2020 pledge. Indivisible national is asking all democratic candidates to sign a pledge. The pledge callson the now 23 presidential candidates to treat the primary as an exchange of ideas while respecting their opponents and to immediately support the eventual nominee, working together to "do the work to beat Trump." Send a letter and/or tweet to all the candidates and ask them to take the pledge. Click here for a list with contact info and scripts.

Persistence perseveres. Last week, the Maine Senate passed the National Popular Vote bill 19-16, thus becoming the 39th state legislative chamber to do so. The bill now goes to the Maine House. Maine has 4 electoral votes. The House-passed bill in Minnesota is now in a conference committee. Minnesota has 10 electoral votes. If NPV passes in these two States, there will be 203 electoral college votes, 67 shy of the total needed to make this a national pact!!!!If you know anyone in these States, ask them to call their State Legislators and pass this Bill!!

Clean Green

Want some ideas on how to clean greener? Check out this article from the NY Times, click here.

Local Actions

The Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) review by the City Council Finance Committee has been delayed to June. Which means we still have time to contact all the committee members: Don Harris – Chair, Pat Davis, Ken Sanchez, Diane G. Gibson, and Klarissa J. Peña and ask them to pass this bill. To reach them, click here. And, the ABQ Journal published out Letter to Editor on RCV, to read it, click here.


Mon, May 20, 6-8 PM: Celebrate the Session with Common Cause. A fundraiser and silent auction to celebrate the NM Legislature successes and ramp up for 2020 elections. O’Niells Pub Central at Washington. 

Tues, May 21, 1:00 pm–2:30 pm, City District 4: Candidate Forum. JCC on Wyoming, 

5520 Wyoming Blvd NE, Albuquerque 87109. 

 12noon: Stop the Ban at Robinson Park. See info above

5-7pm: Nasty Women New Mexico May 2019 meeting.Spkrs will be  Maurreen Skowran - City Council Candidate District 8 and Maggie Toulouse Oliver. Kei & Molly Textiles, 4400 Silver SE, 87108


June 1, 2019, 9 am – noon, DPBC Ward Conference. Calling All Ward Chairs and Ward Leadership. Location TBA. For more info contact Ward Conference Coordinator, Diane Gutterud, diane.gutterud@gmail.com or text or call her at 818-575-0369

June 5, 6:30-8:30pm, Retake or Democracy, strategies for PRC advocacy. Strategize on upcoming Roundhouse Interim Hearings and the 2020 legislative session. Center for Progress and Justice, 1420 Cerrillos, Santa Fe. RSVP by writing to Paul@RetakeOurDemocracy.org.

Sun, June 7: Wear Orange Day. Join NM’s Mom’s Demand Action Wear Orange for National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Sign-up here.

Sat, June 8: 2019 Albuquerque Pride Parade. Nob Hill Main Street, Central Ave. To learn more, click here. As with last year’s parade INH will be front and center, be sure to be there!!

12:30 pm. Don’t want to walk in the hot sun, consider attending Progressive 

Democrats of NM at the Guild for a screening of “The Occupation of 

the American Mind – Israel’s PR war in the US. 

Hope to see you on Monday for our Celebrate the Session Fundraiser – Come casual or come all fancy, but just come!!


Weekly actions checklist:

___ Attend the Stop the Ban Rally

___ Contact our MoCs to:

         Not pass NAFTA 2.0 without revisions

          Regulate PFAS

          Support the Equality Act

___ Call friends in Minn and Maine re NPV

___ Tell all 2020 Dem candidates to take the Indivisible Pledge 

___ Call our City Councilors re RCV

___ Come to Celebrate the Session

In solidarity,

Melora – INH Outreach Coordinator

Past Actions

april 16-22.2 (docx)


april 23-29 (docx)


april 30 - may 6 (2) (docx)


may 7 - 13 (docx)


may 14-20 (docx)


may 21-28, 2018 (docx)


may 28-june 2, 2018 (docx)


June 11- 17 (docx)


june 4-10, 2018 (docx)


June 18-24,2018 (docx)


June 25- July 2, 2018 (docx)


July 2- 8, 2018 (docx)


July 9-15, 2018 (docx)


July 16-22, 2018 (docx)


July 23-29, 2018 (docx)