Action Alert

Tell President Biden to rebuild U.S. refugee resettlement infrastructure and increase refugee admissions.

Last Friday, the Biden administration signed a memo keeping the U.S.’s refugee admissions cap at its all-time low level of 15,000. The outrage from advocates like you was strong and swift, and the White House felt the pressure.

Across the United States and in Palestine, we need equitable vaccine distributions.

From the communities here at home to Palestine: equitable vaccine distribution now! Every human being deserves the ability to live and thrive.

Add your name to tell U.S. governors and U.S. Secretary of State Blinken: Across the United States and in Palestine, we need equitable vaccine distributions.

To: U.S. governors and U.S. Secretary of State Blinken

TAKE ACTION: Sign our Open Letter to John Kerry!

Join over 200 organizations & allies to call on US Climate Envoy John Kerry to address militarism as a major cause of the climate crisis, and to promote redirection of bloated and destructive military expenditures to address the climate crisis and provide for human needs.

From Veterans for Peace

Take a Stand with Trans Youth - contact WI legislators

Wisconsin lawmakers are once again attacking transgender youth. This time they are attempting to ban transgender youth from playing sports. We need YOUR  help to stop this attack!

On March 2nd Wisconsin legislators introduced a pair of bills banning trans youth from participating in sports. Recently these bills were assigned to committees:

AB195-  Assembly Committee on Colleges and Universities.

AB196 – Assembly Committee on Education.

Help stop the latest attempt to mine near the Menominee River


In 2002, minerals tycoon Tom Quigley drilled test holes just across the Menominee River in Lake Township, Menominee County, Michigan. His discovery of traces of zinc and copper led to the formation of Aquila Resources, which ever since has been trying to construct the open pit Back Forty metallic sulfide mine.

Take Action Today WI - to Protect Your Vote

Right now, the Wisconsin Senate and the Assembly are rushing a raft of anti-voter bills through the Legislature. Yesterday, the Senate voted to pass three proposals (Senate Bills 207, 210 and 213) that were passed out of committee just the day before. Today, 4/15, both Senate and Assembly committees take up more anti-voter bills in public hearings: 

Tell Gov. Evers to appoint indigenous leaders to the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board

This year saw one of the most horrific environmental disasters in Wisconsin history: a wolf slaughter during the height of breeding season, at the behest of an out-of-state hunting group, with the blessing of the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board.

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