11. January 2023 · Comments Off on Indivisible Team – January 11, 2023 · Categories: Announcements

We hit capacity so quickly on this event that we had to open up more spots for folks to join. If you missed the opportunity to register the first time, sign up now to lock in a spot for this exciting conversation! We can’t wait to see you there!


We’re excited to invite you to Race Class Fusion: Creating a Broader “We” on Wednesday, January 18 at 8pm ET/5pm PT, a virtual conversation with UC-Berkeley constitutional law professor Ian Haney López to discuss his new book Merge Left: Fusing Race and Class, Winning Elections, and Saving America.

Whether it’s book bans, “Don’t Say Gay” bills, or fearmongering about immigration, our opposition uses culture wars as a direct attack on working class solidarity. In recent years we’ve seen how effectively right-wing lawmakers, advocacy groups, and media machines have conspired and organized to use Critical Race Theory (CRT) as a smokescreen to misinform, sow division, and divert focus from the real problems at hand. 

The race-class-gender approach is a messaging framework that allows us to call out the strategies the right uses to divide us, so we can build power across those lines of difference and fight back. In this conversation, we will explore the limitations of how the left has historically called out racism and how we can use the race-class-gender approach to provide a roadmap for building a cross-racial progressive movement, winning elections, and saving our democracy.

Register to secure your spot ASAP!!

We encourage you to read Merge Left prior to the discussion, but never fear — if you’re short on time, we’ve provided a menu of options to familiarize yourself with López’s work including podcasts, TV interviews, and a Medium article in this resource list: Reading/Resource List.

We look forward to you joining us for the conversation with Professor López on Wednesday, January 18 at 8pm ET/5pm PT.

In solidarity,
Indivisible Team

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