Indivisible Chicago Podcast



Podcast by Tom Moss and Dan Nelson


  • 200 Demand Democracy: Fighting for the Freedom to Vote

    12/04/2021 Duração: 57min

    INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR APRIL 12, 2021 The most pressing issue we are facing the country at this moment is defending our freedom to vote. Forty-three states across the country have introduced legislation intended to strip that freedom from Black and brown voters. And Republicans in Georgia have gone so far as to make it illegal to hand out water to people in line to vote. On Wednesday, April 7, 2021, Tom Moss and Marj Halperin co-hosted the Indivisible Chicago Alliance educational panel: Demand Democracy: Fighting for the Freedom to Vote -- a discussion about S1, the For the People Act, a sweeping pro-democracy bill that will ensure that ALL Americans are free to vote. Guest included: Dan Weiner is deputy director of the Brennan Center’s Election Reform Program, where he helps to lead the Center’s work on money in politics, election security, government ethics, and other democracy and rule of law issues. More at Angela Lang is a community organizer in Milwaukee and exec

  • 199 Jennifer Nagda from The Young Center

    05/04/2021 Duração: 48min

    INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, APRIL 5, 2021 1. Number one, remove Trump from office. Check. Number two, demand democracy and the freedom to vote. To learn more about what's at stake, and what we can do about it, join Marj Halperin and Tom Moss on Wednesday, April 7, at 7pm on Facebook for a panel discussion featuring Dan Weiner from the Brennan Center; Angela Lang from Black Leaders Organizing for Change in Milwaukee; Jonah Minkoff-Zern from Public Citizen; and Barbara Arnwine from the Transformative Justice Coalition. Demand Democracy: Fighting for the Freedom to Vote. More at 2. Jennifer Nagda from The Young Center joins to discuss the current situation on the southern border. The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights protects and advances the rights and best interests of immigrant children according to the Convention on the Rights of the Child and state and federal law. More information at

  • 198 Melody Angel / Lili Gray

    29/03/2021 Duração: 49min

    INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, MARCH 29, 2021 1. As more people are vaccinated, the prospect of returning to "normal" creates a new kind of stress. Licensed Clinical Social worker and Erickson Institute adjunct faculty member Lili Gray joins the podcast to help start thinking about the stress of this next transition. 2. Members of Indivisible Chicago will recognize this week's guest. She has been a fixture at a number of our events, rallies, our events at the Athenaeum Theatre back when we were able to that kind of thing, and just last August at one of our Blue Mondays events on the Indivisible Chicago Podcast. She is a musician, an activist, a documentarian, and a runner for justice. Melody Justice joins the podcast to talk music, politics, and so much more. Stream her albums in all the usual places, or at On Instagram @melodyangelmusic. Her non-profit is Member of the DemCast Podcast Network