Mass. Indivisbles showed up to build a women’s wave!

MA Indivisibles showed up this weekend to build a #WomensWave — organizing, attending, and speaking at events across the state!

Concord Indivisible got the wave started with its Stand for Choice rally Saturday morning where they signed up new members, talked to voters, and raised money for children hospitalized in Ukraine. Photos by Maia Kennedy. See more on CI's website.

IMC Board Member and Indivisible Outer Cape leader Laurie Veninger gave a rousing speech at the Provincetown Women’s Wave,  reminding us that the threats to women’s rights and our democracy are “all connected.”

Brookfields Fight Fear organized a standout on the West Brookfield Common where attendees ranging in age from 2 to 92 held signs, played music, and urged people to Vote Blue!


Indivisible Worcester organized a rally at City Hall. State legislators and candidates spoke, and a local TV station ran a story featuring an interview with Indivisible Worcester leader Mary!


I-RISE Newburyport co-sponsored a “Rage Over Roe” standout where they distributed pro-choice postcards, recruited people to join their text and phone banks, and displayed handmade “rage squares” and quilts. The standout was covered by The Daily News.

At Northampton’s youth-organized rally, @IndivisibleNor4 spoke along with Congressman @RepMcGovern, State Senator @Jo_Comerford, and Dr.@CarrieNBaker to urge people to support candidates who will protect reproductive rights.

Photos below from a story by the Daily Hampshire Gazette.


On Cape Cod, Indivisible Outer Cape and Lower Cape Indivisible organized a standout at the Orleans Rotary where the signs included a large banner that included a QR code attendees could use to register to vote!

Indivisible Martha’s Vineyard had a table at the Ladyfest music festival where they spoke with voters, collected donations of reproductive care products, and distributed postcards with info about this IMC Feminist Action Team toolkit.