Upcoming Live Events – Archived

  1. April 7: Meeting with Rep. Beyer’s legislative staff
    Friday, April 7 | 12:00-12:30 pm
    We will meet at 11:45 am inside the Longworth House Office Building in the hallway next to Rep. Beyer’s office at 1119 Longworth. We can introduce ourselves and be sure everyone is all set for the meeting!   The meeting will be with Rep. Beyer’s Legislative Director, Zach Cafritz, and will be roughly 30 minutes.
    After the meeting wraps up at 12:30 pm, we can debrief on how it went and figure out any next steps.
    RSVP here.  If you have questions or need additional information, please email Liz at lizryanyouthjustice@gmail.com.
  2. April 7: Meeting with Senator Kaine’s legislative staff
    Friday, April 7 | 12:45-1:15 pm
    We will meet at 12:45 pm inside the Russell Senate Office Building in the hallway next to Senator Warner’s office at 231 Russell. We can introduce ourselves and be sure everyone is all set for the meeting! The meeting will be with Senator Kaine’s Legislative Director, Mary Naylor, and will be roughly 30 minutes.
    After the meeting wraps up at 1:15 pm, we can debrief on how it went and figure out any next steps.
    RSVP here.  If you have questions or need additional information, please email Liz at lizryanyouthjustice@gmail.com.
  3. April 8: McLean Voter Outreach
    Saturday, April 8 | 10:00-11:00 am
    Join Swing Left volunteers to start talking to voters in this key Swing District. We’ll be meeting up at the Holiday Inn near the Rosslyn metro stop before heading over to McLean. Our team will be in touch with logistics regarding carpooling from Rosslyn to the final destination.
    Swing Left is an online network that helps people find their closest Congressional Swing District and connects them with actionable volunteer opportunities to support progressive candidates in that District. The goal is simple: flip the House to Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections and put a check on the Trump agenda. The race for the House has already started, and talking to voters in key districts is one of the single most important ways you can do to make sure we win.
    RSVP and details here. Contact the event organizer: aman.shahi@gmail.com
  4. April 10: Meeting with Senator Warner’s legislative staff
    Monday, April 10 | 12:00-12:30 pm
    We will be meeting with Senator Warner’s legislative staff to discuss issues of concern to Indivisible Arlington members.
    Please RSVP here for this event as space is limited.
  5. April 15: Tax March
    Saturday, April 15 | 10:00 am-noon
    President Trump: Release Your Tax Returns
    Without his returns, Americans are in the dark about Trump’s conflicts of interest, his foreign entanglements, and whether he even pays any taxes at all. We’re marching on the White House to remind Donald Trump: he works for us now.
    For registration and/or details, go to https://taxmarch.org/.
  6. May 21: Save the Date! Indivisible Arlington VA Membership Meeting
    Sunday, May 21 | 1:00-3:00 pm
    At this Central Library gathering, you’ll have an opportunity to:
  • Meet & network with members of Indivisible Arlington
  • Hear about ways to take action and make your voice heard
  • Connect & get involved with Indivisible Arlington’s teams, such as Direct Action & Events, Outreach, Media & Communications, State Issues, Congressional Bill Tracking, Website, and Technology

Please RSVP and get more details here.

See also: Weekly Action (e.g. Phone Calls and Email)


Welcome to the Arlington Virginia Resistance

Indivisible Arlington is a chapter of the grassroots movement based on the principles outlined in the Indivisible Guide. Our mission is to resist the Trump agenda by pressuring Republican members of Congress to vote against that agenda and discouraging Democrats from going along with it. If you’re in Arlington, Virginia and ready to resist, you can become a member by filling out the New Members and Volunteers form.

Values and Principles

  1. We are residents of Arlington, VA, who #StandIndivisible against the Trump/Republican agenda by engaging with our Members of Congress to ensure they reflect our progressive values of inclusion, equality and respect for all in accordance with the guidelines established by the Indivisible Guide, where this group is registered.
  2.  We do this through frequent contacts with our Members of Congress in a variety of effective ways, including town halls, office visits, public events and through phone calls. This group exists to coordinate these four types of actions.

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If you’re ready to resist, you can fill out our New Members and Volunteers form, email us, or send us a message on Twitter or Facebook.