THIS WEEK'S FEATURED CALL TO ACTION
There’s no denying that Donald Trump’s first week in office was dark. But what we also witnessed last week was an immense demonstration of resistance, from the hundreds of local groups that led a Day of Action against Trump’s Cabinet nominees, to the thousands of people who appeared at spontaneous protests at airports from New York to San Francisco to reject hatred and division. You stood indivisible, and we were proud to stand with you. Here’s how you can keep it up this week.
Resources to help you take action This Week
To explain how you can resist, the Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ), American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Indivisible, International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), and National Immigration Law Center (NILC-IJF) hosted a planning call that explains WHAT the Executive Orders are, WHY they’re unconstitutional and illegal, HOW you can push your Senators to restore justice, and answer your questions.
Calls To Action Archive
On Saturday, in hundreds of cities around the United States and the world, we marched together. We stood indivisible for inclusion and love, and we proved that the mandate is ours. And now, the work continues. On Tuesday, January 24, local groups across America are visiting their senators’ offices and demanding that they reject Trump’s unqualified, corrupt Cabinet nominees. Thousands of local activists like you have already committed to opposing this cast of racists, cronies, and kleptocrats by taking this in-person action. Join us.