Media coverage of events and actions organized by Indivisible Baltimore:

Baltimore Sun (June 28, 2019): “Hundreds rally outside Baltimore’s ICE office in defense of immigrants

“I know so many young people now who are looking at the immigration crisis and saying, ‘Wait, this isn’t the country I thought it was my country. I have to really be out there speaking my piece and demonstrating and assisting in any way I can to make it right.” – Betty Robinson, longtime civil rights activist and member of Indivisible BaltimoreBaltimore Sun, June 28, 2019.

Washington Post (June 6, 2019): “A left-leaning human rights lawyer is trying to take out a giant of Va. Democratic politics

WBAL-TV (April 5, 2019): “Baltimore demonstrators join Rep. Cummings calling for release of Mueller Report

Baltimore Sun (March 29, 2019): “Sarbanes, Ruppersberger talk climate change and Green New Deal in Baltimore County

A member of the progressive group Indivisible Baltimore asked whether Ruppersberger would sign a pledge not to knowingly accept campaign contributions from fossil fuel companies. Sarbanes has already signed the pledge. But Ruppersberger said he will not. He said in a competitive district like his he will not risk losing campaign dollars. – Baltimore Sun, March 29, 2019


WBAL-TV (January 5, 2019): “Residents sound off with members of Congress at town hall

“We want to give Baltimoreans a chance to engage directly with their representatives and hear from them about what they’re going to do with their power, now that they have a majority in the house.” – Dave Rodwin from Indivisible Baltimore, WBAL-TV, January 6, 2019.

Baltimore Sun (January 5, 2019): “Cummings, Sarbanes talk election reform at town hall meeting

In Baltimore City, an Indivisible chapter formed after Trump’s inauguration and has met every two weeks since. In the beginning, according to member Jennay Ghowrwal, they focused almost exclusively on federal issues. But as time went on, Indivisible Baltimore decided to get involved in the Virginia election, and targeted a Republican state delegate seat in a district that Clinton won in 2016. “We organized carpools down there, knocked on 10,000 doors, and when the Republican lost in 2017, we all just realized how energizing that was,” she says.

In 2018, they focused on passing automatic voter registration—something Indivisible Baltimore and other chapters managed to achieve in Maryland’s latest legislative session. Now Ghowrwal says her group is ready to elect Jealous, someone they feel will do a better job than Hogan at standing up to Trump. – American Prospect, October 12, 2018

American Prospect (October 12, 2018): “Can a Blue Wave in a Blue State Make Ben Jealous Maryland’s First African American Governor?

The fear is Trump would try to get rid of Rosenstein as a way of getting rid of Mueller,” said David Rodwin, a Baltimore activist and attorney helping to coordinate the local response as part of a citizens’ group called Indivisible Baltimore.

“I think it’s important that people come out in the streets. People get an energy from coming together — a sense of their own power,” Rodwin said. – Baltimore Sun, September 24, 2018

Baltimore Sun (September 24, 2018): “With job status in limbo, Rod Rosenstein to meet with Trump

Our friends at Indivisible Baltimore have launched a campaign to encourage our Congressional leaders to denounce the Trump-Carson HUD bill… I urge Maryland residents to call their representatives, senators and council people about these important bills. – Jeanette Snowden, Baltimore Sun, July 1, 2018

Baltimore Sun (July 1, 2018): “Op-ed: Ben Carson betrays Baltimore

WMAR-TV (June 28, 2018): “Groups vow to fight travel ban and other “racist policies” of Trump Administration

“This is not the time to keep our heads down. This is the time to make some trouble,” said Sid Chaudhury, an organizer for Indivisible Baltimore, as his 3-year-old daughter clung to his leg. – Baltimore Sun, June 27, 2018

Baltimore Sun (June 27, 2018): “Maryland civil rights advocates rally, denounce Supreme Court decision to uphold Trump’s travel ban


WBAL-TV (June 27, 2018): “Groups rally against high court’s decision on president’s travel ban

WJZ-TV (June 27, 2018): “Immigration Activists In Baltimore Rally Against Travel Ban Ruling

WMAR-TV (June 27, 2018): “Supreme Court travel ban decision sparks rally in Baltimore

“Tears aren’t enough. Tweets aren’t enough. Donations aren’t enough. We need people on the streets. We need people coming out showing the world that this is not what America stands for.” – Monisha Cherayil from Indivisible BaltimoreWMAR-TV, June 21, 2018


WMAR-TV (June 21, 2018): “Hundreds chant “Shame!” at Anti-ICE protest in Baltimore

“We had hundreds of volunteers. We had a ton of people come who had never met me before. We had folks from Indivisible Baltimore come twice. They drove up here – a two half hour drive – canvassed all day, and drove back. Then they did it again!” – Pennsylvania State Delegate Helen Tai, May 15, 2018

CNN (May 16, 2018): “Democrats flip 41st state legislative seat of Trump era in Pennsylvania

The Inquirer (May 16, 2018): “Democrat Helen Tai wins special state House election in Bucks, gains a seat for her party

“Our democracy is stronger when we expand voting access,” said Alexandra Neuhaus-Follini, the co-coordinator of Indivisible Baltimore, which advocated for the automatic voter registration bill. – Washington Post, April 6, 2018

Mother Jones (April 6, 2018): “Maryland Just Took a Huge Step for Protecting Voting Rights

Washington Post (April 6, 2018): “Maryland bill that allows automatic voter registration becomes law without Gov. Hogan’s signature

Baltimore Sun (April 5, 2018): “Maryland voters to be automatically registered

Indivisible activists were a huge part of the reason the AVR bill passed this year” – Maryland State Delegate Eric Leudtke, March 28, 2017

WJZ-TV (March 16, 2018): “Automatic Voter Registration Bill Clears Maryland Senate

Baltimore Sun (March 13, 2018): “Op-ed: Md. bills would ward off federal voter suppression efforts


WBAL-TV (February 25, 2018): “Candidates Vying To Become Next Governor Square Off On Baltimore Issues

Baltimore Sun (February 24, 2018): “Facing a tough campaign to unseat popular Gov. Hogan, Maryland Democrats display unity

Baltimore Sun (January 20, 2018): “At Baltimore’s Women’s March, participants look to the future


WBAL-TV (January 20, 2018): “Thousands gather for second Baltimore Women’s March

WJZ-TV (January 20, 2018): “Marylanders Join Protesters Across The World In Women’s March

FOX45-TV (January 20, 2018): “Women’s March 2018| Thousands show support in Baltimore

Baltimore Magazine (January 16, 2018): “Baltimore Women’s March Moves Downtown as Thousands Plan to Participate

Washington Post (December 11, 2017): “Maryland Democrats propose automatic voter registration

Baltimore Sun (December 10, 2017): “Md. leaders consider ‘universal’ voting registration

Reps. Sarbanes, Cummings and Ruppersberger, all Democrats, spoke at a town hall meeting Monday at the War Memorial Building in Baltimore. Billed as an opportunity to address their representatives, the event drew more than 100 people.

Mayor Catherine Pugh also attended the event, which was organized by Indivisible Baltimore, a liberal grassroots advocacy group. – Baltimore Sun, November 27, 2018

Baltimore Sun (November 27, 2017): “More than 100 turn out for town hall on GOP tax plan


New York Times (November 13, 2017): “How the ‘Resistance’ helped Democrats dominate Virginia

Portland Press Herald (June 23, 201): “Op-ed: Collins should speak out against cuts to Medicaid

Towson Town Flyer (June 5, 2017): “Op-ed: Immigration screenings at jails will weaken public safety

Opponents testifying Tuesday included representatives from immigrant-rights group CASA, religious groups, the Green Party and progressive groups such as Indivisible, Together We Will and Our Revolution. – Baltimore Sun, May 30, 2017

Baltimore Sun (May 30, 2017): “Baltimore County hearing on bill to join immigration effort draws strong debate

WMAR-TV (May 30, 2017): “Baltimore County debates immigration measure

WJZ-TV (May 30, 2017): “Heated Battle Over Immigration Continues In Baltimore County Rally


MSNBC (April 21, 2017) Morning Joe: Congressman Elijah Cummings discusses Indivisible Baltimore town hall with Joe Scarborough 

Baltimore Sun (April 20, 2017): “Maryland Democrats resist latest Obamacare repeal effort


WJZ-TV (April 20, 2017): “Taking Baltimore City Reform to Capitol Hill in Town Hall Meeting

WYPR-Radio (April 20, 2017): “Maryland Lawmakers hold Town Hall in Baltimore