Other Group

SFV Indivisible

Location:

California

Type:

Activist Group

SFV Indivisible is an informal left-of-center activism organization based in the San Fernando Valley, California. It is a chapter of the national Indivisible Project.

The organization works to elect Democrats, register voters, and promote left-wing policies. The organization also protests Republicans. [1]

A major focus of the organization is immigration. The organization works to promote more liberal immigration laws and advocates for illegal immigrants. [2]

Overview

SFV Indivisible is an informal left-of-center activism organization based in the San Fernando Valley, California. It is a chapter of the left-wing activist and agitation organization Indivisible Project. [3]

The organization helps elect Democrats to office. The organization also works to register voters and advocate for left-of-center policies. [4]

Issue Stances

The organization works to promote more liberal immigration laws and advocates for illegal immigrants. [5]

In March 2019, the organization opposed a contract for the Mesa Verde Detention Facility that is run by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). It joined a coalition that denounced the contract as an example of private prison companies profiting off the mass incarceration of immigrants. [6]

In April 2020, the organization joined with a coalition calling to end the deportations of Haitian illegal immigrants. It urged the U.S. government release the Haitians into the custody of friends and family so they could quarantine from COVID-19. [7]

In December 2021, the organization joined with other left-of-center organizations to complain about media coverage of the Biden administration. They claimed that the media was downplaying the administration’s accomplishments and was too tough on it. [8]

Other Associations

The organization is a part of the Field Team 6 coalition. The coalition seeks to register new Democratic voters. [9]

The organization is a part of the Indivisible CA: State Strong coalition, along with most other Indivisible chapters in the state. The coalition advocates that the California legislature pass left-wing policy. [10]

References

  1. SFV Indivisible. “SFV Indivisible.” SFV Indivisible. Accessed December 11, 2022. https://sfvindivisible.com/. ^
  2. SFV Indivisible. “SFV Indivisible.” SFV Indivisible. Accessed December 11, 2022. https://sfvindivisible.com/. ^
  3.  SFV Indivisible. “SFV Indivisible.” SFV Indivisible. Accessed December 11, 2022. https://sfvindivisible.com/. ^
  4. SFV Indivisible. “SFV Indivisible.” SFV Indivisible. Accessed December 11, 2022. https://sfvindivisible.com/. ^
  5. SFV Indivisible. “SFV Indivisible.” SFV Indivisible. Accessed December 11, 2022. https://sfvindivisible.com/. ^
  6. “Freedom for Immigrants and 80 Immigration Advocates Raise Concerns over Mesa Verde Contract between Ice, GEO Group.” Freedom for Immigrants. Freedom for Immigrants, March 14, 2019. https://www.freedomforimmigrants.org/news/2019/3/14/freedom-for-immigrants-and-80-immigration-advocates-raise-concerns-over-mesa-verde-contract-between-ice-geo-group. ^
  7. Louis, Samuel. “A Coalition of More than 100 Groups Demand Trump Stop Deportations to Haiti.” The Haitian Times, April 22, 2020. https://haitiantimes.com/2020/04/22/a-coalition-of-more-than-100-groups-demand-trump-stop-deportations-to-haiti/. ^
  8. Morgan, Susan. “Groups Representing 1.4 Million+ Americans Issue Open Letter to the Media.” DemCast, December 9, 2021. https://demcastusa.com/2021/12/09/groups-representing-over-1-4-million-americans-issue-open-letter-to-the-media/. ^
  9. [1]“Field Team 6.” FieldTeam6. Accessed December 11, 2022. https://www.fieldteam6.org/mission. ^
  10. “Indivisible CA.” StateStrong. Accessed December 11, 2022. https://www.castatestrong.org/about/. ^
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