The Indivisible movement rose out of the ashes of the November 2016 election. A group of former congressional staffers wrote an Indivisible guide for people who wanted to oppose the Trump administration. The guide is a set of strategies designed to hold our Members of Congress accountable with consistent and unrelenting (and successful!) actions. In January 2017, more than 3,800 groups around the country identifying as “Indivisibles” had formed and declared their support for the movement.


Oregon District 2 Indivisible was one of the first Indivisible groups to form in early 2017. It was co-founded by two Ashland residents, actor/director Jessica Sage and musician Bret Levick, after they heard about the Indivisible Guide. The first general meetings drew hundreds of people, who flooded the Ashland Library, then the Unitarian-Universalist church. Sage and Levick were stunned by the strong response and realized that they needed to organize a structure to meet the needs of the rapidly growing group.

ORD2 Indivisible is made up of some 2,000 activists living in Oregon’s sprawling Congressional District 2. (Other Indivisible groups are active in Grants Pass, Bend, Hood River, Portland and other parts of Oregon.) ORD2 Indivisible is now a nonprofit 501(c)3 and 501(c)4, and has a Board, a Steering Committee, and 12 teams of volunteers.

At ORD2, we organize rallies, make Calls to Action (CTAs), produce a weekly newsletter, collaborate with other groups on shared priorities, meet with our Members of Congress (MoC’s), engage the media, and provide training, information, and other resources to strengthen our activism.


ORD2 Indivisible is all-inclusive. We warmly invite everyone who shares our goal  of resisting the Trump agenda to work with us. Please read the updated Indivisible Guide 2.0; sign up for our daily Calls to Action emails and newsletter; join our teams to write postcards and letters to the editor, work with the media and promote us on social media; attend meetings and show up at our rallies, and other events.

What’s the most effective action you can take just by using your voice? Call your MoC’s–Representative Greg Walden (R) and Senators Ron Wyden (D) and Jeff Merkley (D)–and tell them how you feel about the issues.

For more information on Indivisible America, and to download the Guide, find local Indivisible groups, and access resistance tools visit indivisible.org.