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Who We Are

Indivisible Philadelphia is a grassroots organization of volunteers determined to advance a progressive agenda by resisting corruption, authoritarianism, and inequality in our governmental institutions. Our aim is to educate, engage, and mobilize members to take political actions that promote values of inclusion, tolerance, and fairness.

What Is the Impact?

Watch this video to learn how Indivisible is making real progress locally and nationwide.

Working on Progressive Priorities

Founded in 2017, Indivisible Philadelphia has engaged in actions large and small to hold our government leaders accountable and advocate for progressive candidates. We are just one of thousands of local chapters affiliated with the national Indivisible movement. Want to learn more? Check out the Indivisible Guide.

How You Can Get Involved

  • Sign up for our newsletter to get weekly calls to action, links to important information, and find out about upcoming events.

  • If you want to get more involved, we’re always looking for volunteers to take on particular jobs and get involved in our subcommittees. Let us know if you're interested by getting in touch with us at

Indivisible Philadelphia in the News

Roe v. Wade

5/6/22: Washington Post (quote from Indivisible Philly leader Vicki Miller in article "Liberals Aim to Channel Anger over Roe toward GOP")

5/5/22: Time (quote from Indivisible Philly leader Vicki Miller in article "The End of Roe Could Galvanize Democrats' Burned-Out Base")


35 Doors Project

5/1/24: The Grassroots Connector newsletter

4/13/22: WURD Radio, Reality Check

4/7/22: Philadelphia Citizen


Deadline for Democracy Rally, July 13, 2021 

7/13/21: NPR, All Things Considered

7/13/21: The Hill

11/9/20: Indivisible Philadelphia founder Vicki Miller interviewed on the Moved to Action podcast


Count Every Vote Rally, November 4, 2020 

11/4/20: Philadelphia Inquirer

11/4/20: Yahoo! News Canada

11/5/20: Philly Voice

11/5/20: Washington Post


Pro-Impeachment Rally, December 17, 2019 

12/18/19: Delco Times

12/18/19: NBC4 Los Angeles 

12/17/19: Philadelphia Inquirer

12/17/19: New York Times

"Ride the Wave" Event, April 24, 2019 

4/29/19: New York Times

4/25/19: WHYY

Climate Education-Action Resources Presentations

3/16/20: SaraKay Mullens, "Authenticity and Passion Motivated by Love," Medium

Other News

12/8/18: CBS News on "Nobody is above the law" rallies

4/29/22: Interview with Vicki Miller in Voter magazine (published by Kate Walberg)




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