Last December, former Congressional staffers wrote and posted a guide for political action called INDIVISIBLE that quickly went viral, ultimately shared by millions.
The guide was based in large measure on the effective techniques used to organize disgruntled Americans that became the Tea Party which helped put dozens of new conservative members in Congress in the 2010 elections and beyond.
On September 13th, The Common Good presents a rare opportunity to meet Indivisible founders Ezra Levin and Leah Greenberg. As their guide gained exposure, their “toolbox” has quickly transformed into the beginnings of a powerful movement, as hundreds of thousands of individuals around the nation clamored for a way to express themselves and create change. Any citizen wishing to affect public policy should know these powerful tools for democratic action.
The Indivisible Project, has since grown into a nonprofit grassroots organization that provides resources and connects supporters across the country.
With several branches located in every House District, the group emphasizes targeting members of Congress and demonstrating that Americans are ready to come together to affect political change on an unprecedented scale.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 6:30PM
Hosted by Richard Farley, Partner,
Chair, Leveraged Finance Group at Kramer Levin
$10 Members Admin Fee | $30 Non-Members
Private Dinner following at The Hunt & Fish Club, $200*
Members Only for Executive Members & Above with limited availability for member sponsors.
*Includes reception & conversation
Ezra Levin most recently served as Associate Director of Federal Policy for Prosperity Now, a national anti-poverty nonprofit. Previously, he served as Deputy Policy Director for Congressman Lloyd Doggett (D-TX), Field Director for Doggett’s 2010 reelection campaign, and an AmeriCorps VISTA in the Homeless Services Division of the San Jose Housing Department. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Carleton College and a Master in Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
Leah Greenberg most recently served as Policy Director for the Tom Perriello for Governor of Virginia campaign. She previously managed human trafficking grants and programs as an Investments Manager for Humanity United, served as an Advisor to the State Department’s Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review, and worked on Capitol Hill for Congressman Tom Perriello (D-VA). She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Carleton College and a Masters in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.