Community Partners

Santa Cruz Indivisible is pleased to join other political and activist groups in our community to help strengthen the ties in our community and focus our efforts on building a better future together.


Indivisible South County

Indivisible South County works closely with Santa Cruz Indivisible and Indivisible groups in Monterey County. Because southern Santa Cruz County has such a large immigrant population, which is among the demographics most threatened by the Trump agenda, we believe that Indivisible South County can fill an important niche by focusing on issues that affect the Immigrant community.  You can join us on our closed Facebook group for ongoing updates and to learn about events, follow us on Twitter to keep up on the news, or join our email list, using the contact information below. We have over 500 members already. Please join our growing community!

Visit our Indivisible South County page…..

NAACP Santa Cruz County

NAACP’s mission is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial and hatred discrimination.  NAACP’s vision is to ensure a society is which all individuals have equal rights and there is no racial hatred or racial discrimination.

Visit NAACP Santa Cruz Facebook Page…..

Santa Cruz County Women’s March

Santa Cruz Women’s March advocates for women’s rights and equality in our diverse community

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Swing Left Santa Cruz  

Swing Left is a national grassroots network of over 300,000 volunteers supporting Democratic candidates in their nearest Swing Districts with the goal of taking back the House in 2018.

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Resource Center for Nonviolence

The Mission of the Resource Center Nonviolence (RCNV) is to promote the conscious practice of nonviolence as a dynamic means of effecting personal and social changes and creating a more just, peaceful and sustainable world. The Resource Center for Nonviolence’s commitment to nonviolence is rooted in reverence for life in all its forms, and the dignity of all persons.

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Reel Work Film Festival

The Reel Work May Day Labor Film Festival takes place in California’s central coast communities in and around Santa Cruz each year during the week of May First.

Reel Work presents cultural events, bringing together award-winning documentary film producers, workers, activists, students, and the public with the goal of increasing community awareness of the central role of work in our lives, to discuss economic and global justice issues, and to bring alive the history and culture of the labor movement in the US and abroad. We highlight how workers and community members band together in united effort for mutual benefit to achieve justice and dignity in the streets, fields, and workshops.

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The Mill Valley Community Action Network is a one-stop resistance platform serving the communities of southern Marin County in California. We run one of the largest phone and text banking operations in California. Airlift is a project of our Economic Action team, supported by the Movement Voter Project and the Advocacy Fund of the Tides Foundation.

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Santa Cruz Pride

Every first Sunday in June, the Santa Cruz County Community joins with the voices of LGBTQ communities and their allies around the world in celebration of Pride Month. The Santa Cruz Pride Parade & Festival has been made possible for 40+ years because of the – often brave – time, talent, and treasure contributions of our Santa Cruz County community members. As a community member, we ask for your monetary support in creating a safe space for our community members to gather, celebrate, listen, shout, chant, march, learn, exist, break bread, honor, speak, enjoy one another’s company.

Visit Santa Cruz Pride website…

Santa Cruz Dreamer Project

The Santa Cruz Dreamer Project(SCDP) is a group of local undocumented people fighting for the rights of the undocumented youth in Santa Cruz County. SCDP was recently founded by Gabriela Cruz, a DACA recipient and community organizer with Sanctuary Santa Cruz.  Our mission is to help provide a safe space amongst our undocumented peers and allies. We also aim to ensure that the undocumented youth in our community have the tools to pursue a higher education and help guide them through the education system. We believe that the youth have the power to make change in our community and our role is to create space for young leadership to flourish within the movement.

Visit Santa Cruz Dreamer Project Facebook Page…

ARRT (Artists Respond and Resist Together)

We are an affiliation of artists joined together by our shared belief in the power of art to effect social change and protect democratic values. Our creative skills support progressive social actions in our local community and beyond.
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Santa Cruz MAH (Museum of Art and History)

We’re a different kind of museum, one that focuses on building community here in Santa Cruz County. We build community through exhibitions, events, and projects that connect people to art, history, ideas, and each other. We believe that art and history are for everyone, and we work hard to offer experiences that connect people from many walks of life: across generations, ethnicity, and background. That means multi-cultural festivals, exhibitions filled with wonder, partnerships throughout the county, and surprising, fun connections with people and ideas across our community.

Visit Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History website…