Who is ICT4?
We are a group of like-minded people living in Connecticut's fourth district, standing indivisible against the harmful and regressive policies of the current administration. Inspired by the Indivisible Guide to resisting Trump, we will galvanize our elected officials to resist the Trump agenda, and we will work to protect American civil liberties and values. Our Issue Groups advocate for affordable healthcare, civil rights and immigration, the environment, and sensible gun laws. We are pushing to expose Trump's conflicts of interest and ties to Russian election meddling which threaten our democracy.
We welcome EVERYONE who resists the Trump/Pence agenda: Democrats, Republicans, Independents, and all Americans who want this country to live its values of compassion and justice. Connecticut's 4th Congressional District includes the towns of Bridgeport, Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Greenwich, Monroe, New Canaan, Norwalk, Oxford, Redding, Ridgefield, part of Shelton, Stamford, Trumbull, Weston, Westport, and Wilton.
Want to become an ICT4 Town Ambassador?
We're looking for friendly folks who can publicize ICT4 to their local progressives (e.g. on town Facebook sites) and help coordinate their neighbors for discussions or easy actions - e.g. signing a letter to the town paper, or meeting up in town for a postcard-writing party over wine & cheese. Please reach out to us for more info on becoming a Town Ambassador!/
What is the The Indivisible Guide?
The Indivisible Guide is a step-by-step manual written by former congressional staffers to help Americans fight the authoritarian Trump agenda.
These congressional insiders witnessed a small minority in the Tea Party beat back President Obama’s popular mandate. Today, they share best practices on how to use those same techniques to make Congress listen to the American majority.
Read more about the Indivisible movement that is sweeping America.
ICT4 in the news
4/25/19 Himes on impeachment: ‘I have not developed a strong conviction’ - The Hour
2/18/19 Dozens protest in Norwalk against Trump’s border wall national emergency - The Hour
1/24/19 CT Indivisible Groups Laud Diversity in Lamont Administration - Greenwich Free Press
11/8/18 Hundreds Rally in Norwalk to Defend Mueller Probe - The Hour
3/11/18 Democrats have a say at forum, newcomers listen - CT Post
1/20/18 Diverse and United, Women March - CT Post
11/24/17 Himes: Checks on president more important than ever - CT Post
11/22/17 Himes: 'Not Time to Push for Impeachment' - Westport Now
11/21/17 Himes Says More Congressional Sexual Harassment Cases Would Not be a Surprise - Westport Now
11/18/17 Himes to address District 4 constituents on Nov. 7 election results - Easton Courier
11/15/17 Himes To Make First Local Appearance Since November Elections - Westport Daily Voice
11/15/17 In Unitarian Church Address, Himes to Take on Trump Agenda - Westport Now
10/14/17 Secretary of State Stresses Importance of Voting Rights - Connecticut Post
10/10/17 Russian Undressing - Connecticut Post
10/7/17 Voter Fraud in Westport - 06880
10/6/17 Secretary of State Merrill to address election issues - Nancy on Norwalk
8/3/17 Why I Stood On the Bridge - 06880
5/11/17 Podcast: Interview of Roger Longman, co-founder of ICT4 - GM report on WPKN
3/2/17 Grassroots Movement Grows As 'Indivisible' Chapter Takes Root In Weston - The Westport Daily Voice
2/16/17 Anti-Trump Group Forms in Weston - The Weston Forum
We embrace the American principles of compassion, decency, diversity, tolerance, equality, and democracy. Each of us is now called to a heightened form of engaged citizenship: to better understand, to more fully act, and to continue our country’s rich legacy of resistance to those actions which undermine these valued principles.
ICT4 Code of Conduct
We agree to work together to achieve our goals and will model the values of inclusion, respect, fairness and nonviolence. The members of Indivisible CT 4 will engage in civil discourse. We do not condone or affiliate with anyone associated with violence. By joining Indivisible CT 4, members agree to the Indivisible CT 4 Code of Conduct.
Become an ICT4 Ambassador!
As we continue to grow and mature as an organization, our ability to effect positive change grows exponentially. Do you have friends, family, or colleagues that you'd like to share the ICT4 message with? With just a couple clicks, you can easily text or email the ICT4 sign-up form to friends who are interested in our mission and would like to find out about our upcoming events. First, you need to add the sign-up screen icon to your phone. Luckily, you can do that with just a few easy steps.