Action Alerts

Each week, we will post several actions you can take in the upcoming week. These actions are coordinated with the greater Austin area groups, as well as with the national groups. As always, choose one or more as your interest and energy allow.

Signal Alerts

In addition, we send out Signal alerts daily. To be added to our Signal alert list, please download Signal app (for Android or iPhone), and email our Signal alert coordinator your phone number where you want to receive alerts.

We need your ACA Stories!

Wilco Indivisible representatives will be visiting Cruz and Cornyn's offices on the 29th and 30th.

We'd love to bring 100 letters from our group to hand over to the staff about the ACA. Personal stories are always best, but anything will work.

Submit your ACA stories here by 6/29.


#1 Tuesday, July 18, One Texas Resistance Rally

On the first day of Special Session, July 18, we will be holding a full day of action at the Capitol. This will kick off the 30 days of action during Special Session. Get ready, it will be all hands on deck!

We are requesting that everyone wear a shirt to represent one of their organizations or causes. We want to show a large coalition of groups coming together as one to stand in opposition to Abbott and Patrick’s backward agenda!

Official schedule for July 18th is as follows:

10:00-11:30am – Training to prepare for our 30 days of action in the Reagan building–Room 140

1:00pm- Rally on the Capitol south steps

2:00pm- Direct action inside the Capitol

4:00pm- Happy Hour at Scholz Garten

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#2 Wednesday, July 19, 10 to 11 a.m. Quinceañera at the Capitol

From Jolt! Texas:

Join us on Wednesday, July 19, at the South Steps of the Texas Capitol for Quinceañera at the Capitol. Come and rally around 15 young women who will share the 15 reasons that they’re resisting SB4. We’re going to combat hate and racism by celebrating Latino culture.


10:00 AM – 10:05 AM Procession

10:05 AM – 10:10 AM Welcome & remarks

10:10 AM – 10:25 AM Dance performance

10:25 AM – 10:30 AM Call to action & procesion

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM Quinceañeras deliver gifts to authors of SB4


In Latino culture, Quinceañeras are an important tradition that highlight the bonds of family, community, culture and bring people together through celebration.

This is the spirit of the Quinceañera at the Capitol event: to celebrate the resistance to SB4 by highlighting our commitment to our communities and culture. After all, SB4 isn’t just about politics: it will sow fear and distrust into our communities and break apart our families. To resist this harmful and hateful law, we will draw on the incredible power within the very communities that SB4 will affect.

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#3 Thursday, July 20, 8 p.m. Texas Solidarity Singalong

From the organizers: In solidarity with singers across the nation, we sing songs of resistance in the Texas Capitol rotunda every Thursday evening.

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For more action ideas, check out the Indivisible Action Calendar