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This community is intended to be a place to gather links to resources and step-by-step actions to take to be more involved in various efforts in the wake of Donald Trump's election to the Presidency. It's going to be relatively low-key, focused on simple things you can do and sharing information for larger things you can do to protect yourself and your fellow at-risk Americans.

This is a work in progress, so please add suggestions to comments. Right now, posts will consist primarily of link round-ups and actions you can do from your computer or phone (i.e. donate to causes, call your congressperson)

Your mods are [personal profile] tassosss and [personal profile] tanaqui. Drop us a line if you need anything.

This is a community to support people, especially minorities, LGBTQA+, women's groups, and anyone else who will be negatively impacted by public policy in the next four years. Absolutely no hate-speech will be tolerated.

What you can post to this community
1. Links to organizations, news articles, posts, etc. (mods will add tags/clean-up tags)
2. Actions you are taking - called your representatives? great, maybe it'll inspire the next person to do the same
3. Suggestions for posts that the mods will do a little research on.

Tagging: Please use available tags when possible. If you need a new one or have a tagging question please contact [personal profile] redbird  who is our tag guru.

Community name and title from:

"As long as there is injustice, whenever a Targathian baby cries out, wherever a distress signal sounds among the stars, we'll be there. This fine ship, this fine crew. Never give up... and never surrender." -- Jason Nesmith, Galaxy Quest
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Please use this post to leave any links you'd like us to include in future link round-ups or to make suggestions for topics you think we should cover.

Feel free to comment on any existing posts with relevant new links as well.

And don't forget – you can also make your own posts at any time.

Read more... )
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Hi everyone,

The strike is still on. There's a rally and march from city hall to LAUSD headquarters Tuesday.

There will be a sympathy strike from some of the other unions to show support for teachers. Check here for the list of participating schools.

Things to do:
  1. Some of the teachers have gotten ill from marching so much in the rain. Emergen-C packets, hot tea, etc is appreciated.
  2. Contact the board and demand a fair contract for the teachers.
  3. Contact the other members of our government - Newsom, Harris, Feinstein, etc and tell them you want a fair contract. Feinstein, as far as I know, has said nothing about the strike.
  4. Support the teachers by helping them picket at their schools. Tuesdays are short days for a lot of schools so they may not make it back in time for the after-school picketing.
  5. Support anyone who needs childcare, if you're able.
  6. Reiterate to concerned parents that schools cannot retaliate against students for participating in the strike.
Oakland teachers are gearing up to strike.
Denver teachers might go on strike, too.

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[personal profile] tassosss
A huge big thank you to the person who bought paid time for [community profile] thisfinecrew ! I'm a little verklempt, honsetly. That this community means enough to go to that little bit of extra time and money to support in turn means a lot.

Thank you.


It's a hard time right now. Personally, I'm struggling with this shutdown. I've had to stop reading the news so I can sleep. But this little community helps. Seeing how folks stepped up to support the midterms, support groups targeted by the regime, support each other, share news both of what's going on and of small victories has been incredible. You are incredible. Both those who post and who lurk and everything in between. You care and you're here and we are not alone in this fight, whether it's with big contributions or small. All of them matter. Thank you for being here with us.


“It may be that the night will close over us in the end, but I believe that morning will come again. Morning always grows out of the darkness, though maybe not for the people who saw the sun go down. We are the Lantern Bearers, my friend; for us to keep something burning, to carry what light we can forward into the darkness and the wind.”
Rosemary Sutcliff, The Lantern Bearers
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The shutdown continues. Please keep contacting your representatives. If they're Democrats, thank them for standing firm against the blackmail from the White House. If they're Republicans, urge them to join colleagues like Thom Tills, Cory Gardner and Susan Collins (all up for re-election in 2020) who seem willing to find a way to end the shutdown.

Among the many other ongoing issues, there are teachers' strikes in LA and other places (some unofficially) and we have actions to support those workers. (Thanks [personal profile] toastykitten!) And fannishly, [community profile] fandomtrumpshate creator sign ups are open until 1 Feb.

But there has been some good news coming from a new (state) legislature! [personal profile] redbird let is know that the NY Legislature has passed electoral law reforms.

New actions since last check-in

Action: Call Your Senators About No New Business Till They Open The Government
Crowdpac To Fund Mitch Mcconnell's 2020 Opponent
LAUSD UTLA Strike

Protecting the Mueller investigation
Encourage your senators to follow Flake's lead

Other Actions
Creator sign-ups for Fandom Trumps Hate
Support your local muckrakers

Housekeeping )

(Note: Dreamwidth is currently acting up and I cannot get the poll to post correctly,  even though it's showing up in the preview. I will try to update this post again later, but for now, here's a list of what's usually in the poll -- feel free to answer in comments.) 

So, what have you all been up to in the last week or are planning to get involved in next week?

  • called my one senator
  • called my other senator
  • called my representative
  • called my governor
  • called my state reps
  • sent a postcard/email/letter/fax
  • attended a town hall
  • donated money to a cause
  • attended an in-person activist group
  • participated in phone/online training
  • went to a protest
  • signed up for alerts
  • worked for a campaign
  • did textbanking/phonebanking
  • took care of myself
  • not a US citizen but worked in solidarity in my own community
  • did something else
  • committed to action in the coming week

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First post, hope I'm doing this right. I am a LAUSD parent. There are several actions that can be done to support Los Angeles teachers, who are currently on strike:
  • Encourage anybody with kids in LAUSD to keep them home until the strike is over. This is as much a safety issue as it is an educational or political one - LAUSD has waived and/or loosened fingerprinting/background requirements for parent volunteers/staff/scabs who are being hired to look after the kids. They're not learning anything, and are most likely watching random movies instead of being taught lessons. If they are in middle/high school, then they are signing in and then ditching immediately after. 
  • If you have the time, pick a school and join the teachers/parents picketing in front of their schools. They picket at the beginning of school - from 7 AM - 9 AM and after from around 2 PM - 3 PM. You can donate food/coffee/hand warmers. I would not recommend donating to the various gofundmes unless you personally know them.
  • Contact the LAUSD school board and demand a fair contract for the teachers that 1. lowers the student:teacher ratio, 2. doesn't make a raise contingent on stealing from their pensions and that of newer hires, 3. gives schools the adequate staffing - nurses, psychs, librarians, that they need. Contacts are listed here. Please thank George McKenna and Scott Schmerelson, the only ones who voted against Austin Beutner being appointed superintendent, and who have spoken out in support of the teachers.
  • If you have any foreign language skills to speak of, reach out to the local foreign language media, because they don't know what's going on. Telemundo gave out inaccurate information, and so did local Chinese media, leading to a lot of confusion about why teachers are striking, and concerns that students would be punished for their non-attendance during the strike.
  • Beware of which media you consume regarding the strike - LASchoolReport is run by a bunch of pro-charter people, and local pro-charter billionaire Eli Broad is one of the supporters, along with every other pro-charter billionaire in this business.
  • UTLA has endorsed Jackie Goldberg for the empty district 5 school board seat, which was vacated by Ref Rodriguez, a pro-charter felon who was convicted of money laundering. Funny, that. Anyway, the election is on March 5.
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For your rage donations. :-)

https://www.crowdpac.com/campaigns/389893/lets-fund-mitch-mcconnells-2020-opponent
Mitch McConnell is refusing to bring the legislation to reopen the government to the Senate floor for a vote, so we're going to get him out of office in 2020. Help us raise $25,000 – $1k for every day of the shutdown – to tell McConnell to #MoveMitchGetOutTheWay.
(Thanks to whoever posted this at FFA!)
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[personal profile] redbird
I used to live in New York, and sent some letters and postcards last fall to help flip the state senate, and am very pleased by this package of reforms, which Governor Cuomo has promised to sign. It includes nine days of early voting, preregistration for 16- and 17-year-olds, and federal and state primaries on the same day. (That last should significantly increase turnout for state primary races.) Also preliminary approval for no-reason-needed absentee voting and Election Day voter registration, and they're considering automatic voter registration.

This isn't an action post, but if you know any New York high school students, you might mention this to them.
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hattip to @adamparkhomenko on Twitter

The Cheeto is getting airtime on all the major networks today for an Oval Office address on immigration. We all know how truthful that's going to be.

The Democrats led by Pelosi and Schumer are demanding equal air time to rebut him. (Joint statement)

So far only NBC News has agreed. (Vox story)

Action: Call the networks and ask them they should air the Democratic rebuttal as well (and thank NBC)
CNN: (404) 827-1500
ABC: (800) 230-0229
NBC: (212) 664-4444
FOX: (888) 369-4762
CBS: (212) 975-3247
PBS: (703) 739-5000

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[personal profile] tassosss
hat tip to @erzalevin on twitter

A group of Democratic Senators are pushing to oppose any new votes until the government reopens. They need us to pressure ALL Senators into participating, both Dems and Republicans.

Indivisible has a call script here, which I've included below. You can also contact them via Resistbot.

Tell your Senators to oppose all legislation in the Senate until the government is re-opened. The new Democratic House passed funding bills on January 3 that would keep the Department of Homeland Security open through February, and the rest of the government open through September. Now, the Senate must act to pass these funding bills and end the Trump Shutdown—before they pretend it’s business as usual and move on to other things in the Senate. Call your Senators and tell them: no votes on other legislation until the government gets reopened.
Call Script for Democratic and Republican Senators

Caller: Hello! My name is ___ and I’m calling from (part of state). I’m calling to ask [Senator ___] to oppose any legislation in the Senate until the government is re-opened.
If the Senator disagrees

Staffer: Nice to talk to you. Unfortunately, [Senator] disagrees. Re-opening the government is a top priority for the Senator, but the Senate has other obligations too.

Caller: That’s unacceptable. There are 800,000 federal workers going without pay. National parks are filling up with trash. The Senate—including [Senator]—unanimously passed a clean budget that would keep the government open until February. [Senator] needs to force Mitch McConnell to put legislation re-opening the government on the floor by opposing all other legislation.

Staffer: Thanks, I’ll pass along your comments to [Senator].

Caller: Please do, and please take down my name and contact information so you can let me know what [Senator] decides to do. This vote is very important to me.
If the Senator agrees

Staffer: Thanks for calling. The Senator agrees with you. This isn’t business as usual—we have an obligation to get the government re-opened.

Caller: That’s great. Please pass along my thanks to the Senator. Have a great day.



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A Happy New Year to all our members and a big welcome to the new Congress!

The shutdown continues -- sympathies to all who are affected -- and Cheetolini continues with his tantrum, but there are signs that Republican Senators who are up for re-election in 2020 are vulnerable to pressure to pass bills coming from the House that don't include money for the Wall. (Thom Tillis (NC) has joined Cory Gardner (CO) and Susan Collins (ME) in calling for an end to the shutdown.) So keep up those calls if you can!

We still have plenty of other ongoing actions. Fannishly, creator sign-ups for Fandom Trumps Hate open today and just before Christmas [personal profile] rydra_wong called for us to "Support your local muckrakers". Plus:

Protecting the Mueller investigation
Encourage your senators to follow Flake's lead

Other Actions
Charity comic anthology to aid survivors of the Grenfell tower fire
Links on Voting Rights Movement
Donate to Honor Dr. Blasley as an Educator
Boycotting Broadcasters: for the latest actions, try [twitter.com profile] JuddLegum, who often collates and tracks which advertisers are supporting channels like Fox and broadcasters like Tucker Carlson (among tweets about other political issues).

Housekeeping )

So, what have you all been up to in the last week or are planning to get involved in next week?

Poll #21075 The Week
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 3


This week, I...

View Answers

called my one senator
0 (0.0%)

called my other senator
0 (0.0%)

called my representative
0 (0.0%)

called my governor
0 (0.0%)

called my state reps
1 (33.3%)

sent a postcard/email/letter/fax
1 (33.3%)

attended a town hall
0 (0.0%)

donated money to a cause
1 (33.3%)

attended an in-person activist group
1 (33.3%)

participated in phone/online training
0 (0.0%)

went to a protest
0 (0.0%)

signed up for alerts
0 (0.0%)

worked for a campaign
0 (0.0%)

did textbanking/phonebanking
0 (0.0%)

took care of myself
0 (0.0%)

not a US citizen but worked in solidarity in my own community
0 (0.0%)

did something else
1 (33.3%)

committed to action in the coming week
0 (0.0%)

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[personal profile] tanaqui
[community profile] fandomtrumpshate has moved to Dreamwidth and just announced the schedule and selection of supported non-profits for 2019.

Quoting from their promotion post:
FandomTrumpsHate is a pan-fandom fanworks auction dedicated to supporting those who are most vulnerable under the current United States presidential administration. Creators can offer any of five types of fanwork -- fic, art, podfic, vids, or fan labor (such as beta reading or translation) -- in exchange for donations to non-profit organizations. In our first two years, we've raised over $50,000 for a range of good causes.
All fandoms, large and small, are welcome.
The selection of non-profits includes lots we're familiar with here at [community profile] thisfinecrew (e.g. RAICES and RAINN) as well as some other great causes.

Creator sign ups open Sunday, January 6th and there's a post with all the other key dates.
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[personal profile] rydra_wong
Here's a thought: if you have a bit of spare money, one useful thing might be supporting local papers that are doing good investigative journalism, especially re: politicians.

For example, the Jackson Free Press did killer work digging up stories on Cindy Hyde-Smith:

https://twitter.com/JxnFreePress/status/1069683995976306689

And here's a very impressive thread listing some of the achievements of local reporters in 2018:

https://twitter.com/joey_cranney/status/1074008108857524225
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A short update this week along with ongoing actions. For modding purposes please know I will be AFK for the rest of today as I'm traveling.

New Actions
Call Congress About the Partial Government Shutdown

New Info
Advertisers are leave Tucker Carlson's Show, and an update with more leaving
Report on vast scale of Russian disinformation campaign

Protecting the Mueller investigation
Encourage your senators to follow Flake's lead

Other Actions
Charity comic anthology to aid survivors of the Grenfell tower fire
Write Letters of Support for Muslim Girl Who Received Threatening Letters
Links on Voting Rights Movement
Donate to Honor Dr. Blasley as an Educator
Boycotting Fox: Call To Boycott Companies That Advertise On Fox, We Got A List and Petition

Housekeeping (the usual stuff) )


Poll #20988 This week
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 7


I

View Answers

called my one senator
0 (0.0%)

called my other senator
0 (0.0%)

called my representative
0 (0.0%)

called my governor
0 (0.0%)

called my state reps
0 (0.0%)

sent a postcard/email/letter/fax
2 (28.6%)

attended a town hall
0 (0.0%)

donated money to a cause
3 (42.9%)

attended an in-person activist group
0 (0.0%)

participated in phone/online training
0 (0.0%)

went to a protest
0 (0.0%)

signed up for alerts
0 (0.0%)

worked for a campaign
0 (0.0%)

did textbanking/phonebanking
0 (0.0%)

took care of myself
4 (57.1%)

not a US citizen but worked in solidarity in my own community
1 (14.3%)

did something else
3 (42.9%)

committed to action in the coming week
2 (28.6%)

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[personal profile] tassosss
Sooo. The government is shut down. For those that want details here's the Vox article: https://www.vox.com/2018/12/22/18141081/government-partial-shutdown-trump-house-senate

ETA: It is a partial government shutdown in that many services and agencies including the Department of Defense are still open since they were forward funded. Additional information about what's open and what's closed is here:
https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/12/20/18136667/partial-government-shutdown-post-office-military-passports
Info on DOD: https://news.usni.org/2018/09/28/36944 and the 2019 forward funding bill for DOD, HHS, DOEd https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/6157/all-info


The Senate is reconvening this weekend and negotiations are on-going. ETA: Now they have gone home till next Thursday, Dec 27.

This is the time to call/text/fax your Senators and Representatives to express your displeasure.

You can find scripts at 5calls.org.

On a personal note, my husband is a federal employee and I'm a federal contractor. His agency has a few days grace before he's furloughed, and I'm allowed to telework as long as nothing I do requires access to my worksite, my federal supervisor, or email (*looks at vanishingly small list of projects that applies to*). In addition to disrupting projects and wasting hours and hours untangling what to do, who's considered important enough to work, and all the thousands of details it takes to manage one of the largest workforces in the country, we also aren't getting paid for the duration. Even people who have permission to work are likely not getting paid till this is over. While federal employees will probably get backpay, it's a different story for contractors, which basically varies by contract, and is likely not going to happen immediately because bureaucracy. After the 2013 shutdown I had colleagues who waited 2 YEARS to get paid. And hourly workers like janitorial and cafeteria staff are likely screwed out payment altogether for those furloughed hours. As for services, while many of the most essential will continue to be run, for all the rest they will build up another nightmare backlog that will take months to catch up with. You the thought bureaucracy was bad before....

Happy holidays everyone.

rydra_wong: Grasshopper mouse stands on its hind legs to howl. (turn venom into painkillers)
[personal profile] rydra_wong
https://twitter.com/kylegriffin1/status/1075548858393026560

An updated list of advertisers now boycotting Tucker Carlson's show!

[twitter.com profile] JuddLegum is tracking those who still have ads running on his show. In case you'd like to communicate with them.

(ETA: hey, I'm a customer of one of them! Cool! *sends indignant e-mail*)

Note: I know someone who was interested in [twitter.com profile] JuddLegum's ideas and/or product and did subscribe to his newsletter, and reports that it's pretty good -- along the same lines as the info he Tweets but more so.
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[personal profile] rydra_wong
The Daily Beast: Advertisers Ditch Fox News’ Tucker Carlson for Saying Immigration Makes U.S. ‘Dirtier’

As ever, [twitter.com profile] JuddLegum is doing sterling work keeping track of which companies advertise on Carlson's show and haven't said they're pulling their ads. Maybe you have some feelings about this! Let them know how you feel!
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[personal profile] tanaqui
This past week has been very quiet, as everything winds down for the end of year holidays. You may have seen that a federal judge in Texas said on Friday that the Affordable Care Act's individual coverage mandate is unconstitutional and that the rest of the law therefore cannot stand. However, this twitter thread explains why you shouldn't worry too much (just yet, at least).

Meanwhile, [personal profile] rydra_wong has posted some great news about the fundraiser to honor Dr Blasey.

We still have some ongoing actions if you have time and energy in this coming week.

Protecting the Mueller investigation
Encourage your senators to follow Flake's lead

Other Actions
Charity comic anthology to aid survivors of the Grenfell tower fire
Write Letters of Support for Muslim Girl Who Received Threatening Letters
Links on Voting Rights Movement
Donate to Honor Dr. Blasley as an Educator
Boycotting Fox: Call To Boycott Companies That Advertise On Fox, We Got A List and Petition

Housekeeping )

So, what have you all been up to in the last week or are planning to get involved in next week?

Poll #20946 The Week
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 4


This week, I...

View Answers

called my one senator
2 (50.0%)

called my other senator
1 (25.0%)

called my representative
1 (25.0%)

called my governor
0 (0.0%)

called my state reps
0 (0.0%)

sent a postcard/email/letter/fax
0 (0.0%)

attended a town hall
0 (0.0%)

donated money to a cause
0 (0.0%)

attended an in-person activist group
0 (0.0%)

participated in phone/online training
0 (0.0%)

went to a protest
0 (0.0%)

signed up for alerts
0 (0.0%)

worked for a campaign
0 (0.0%)

did textbanking/phonebanking
0 (0.0%)

took care of myself
1 (25.0%)

not a US citizen but worked in solidarity in my own community
2 (50.0%)

did something else
1 (25.0%)

committed to action in the coming week
1 (25.0%)


rydra_wong: Grasshopper mouse stands on its hind legs to howl. (turn venom into painkillers)
[personal profile] rydra_wong
https://www.gofundme.com/honor-dr-blasey-as-an-educator

Latest update from Heidi Feldman, running the fundraiser:

By the end of the year, proceeds from this fundraiser will supply the inaugural gift to the American Psychological Foundation ( https://www.apa.org/apf/) to create the Christine Blasey Ford Research Grant for the Study of Trauma Related to Sexual Abuse, Sexual Violence, or Sexual Harassment. At least one grant annually (more if more money is raised) will go to a rising researcher working in one of these areas.

Eligibility requirements for grant recipients will be modeled on those used for the existing APF Trauma Psychology Grant, which is facilitated by the Trauma Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association ( https://www.apatraumadivision.org/).


Note: the naming of the grant is with Dr Blasey's express approval, and

she expressed delight and enthusiasm about how this endowment can “pay it forward” (her phrase), providing resources for young researchers working to understand trauma.
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[personal profile] tassosss
Are we all exhausted? I'm exhausted.

The comm's been quiet, but that's okay. We'll have quiet periods. I hope everyone is weathering the Tumblr Purge and the rest of December okay. Welcome new members and subscribers! You can scroll back through and see what types of things folks post. Mostly this is a place to bring political news and actions to the attention of the community.

Georgia Runoff Elections
Republican Brad Raffensperger wins Georgia Secretary of State Runofff election (AJC.com)

Republicans Undermining Democracy in Wisconsin and Michigan
The Republicans Midwest Power Grab (The Atlantic)

Protecting the Mueller Investigation
Encourage your senators to follow Flake's lead

News on Mueller Investigation
Vox coverage since it's not paywalled: on Cohen's sentencing memo, more on Cohen, and Manafort lying.

Other Actions (ongoing)
Charity comic anthology to aid survivors of the Grenfell tower fire
Write Letters of Support for Muslim Girl Who Received Threatening Letters
Links on Voting Rights Movement
Donate to Honor Dr. Blasley as an Educator
Boycotting Fox: Call To Boycott Companies That Advertise On Fox, We Got A List and Petition

Housekeeping )

So, what have you all been up to in the last week or are planning to get involved in next week?

Poll #20880 This week
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 6


I

View Answers

called my one senator
1 (33.3%)

called my other senator
1 (33.3%)

called my representative
0 (0.0%)

called my governor
0 (0.0%)

called my state reps
0 (0.0%)

sent a postcard/email/letter/fax
2 (66.7%)

attended a town hall
0 (0.0%)

donated money to a cause
0 (0.0%)

attended an in-person activist group
0 (0.0%)

participated in phone/online training
0 (0.0%)

.

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went to a protest
0 (0.0%)

signed up for alerts
0 (0.0%)

worked for a campaign
0 (0.0%)

did textbanking/phonebanking
0 (0.0%)

took care of myself
4 (80.0%)

not a US citizen but worked in solidarity in my own community
1 (20.0%)

did something else
2 (40.0%)

committed to action in the coming week
2 (40.0%)


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[personal profile] tanaqui
This week, I've been enjoying watching Mueller moving forward with his strategy of taking down Trump like the Mob boss he is, with the developments in the Manafort and Cohen prosecutions.

Meanwhile, this video of Trump at the G20 is surely all the evidence needed for someone to invoke section 4 of the 25th amendment. And for a little light relief, enjoy this video of It Wasn't Me, Re-released for Trump.

It's been quiet in the comm this week, but there's still some run-off election action to get involved in, and plenty of ongoing actions.

Georgia Runoff Elections

Secretary Of State Election In Georgia -- Actions

Protecting the Mueller investigation
Encourage your senators to follow Flake's lead
Call script for Congress to protest Whitaker's appointment

Other Actions
Call Republican Senators about opposing vote suppressor for Judgeship (The final vote has been delayed.)
Charity comic anthology to aid survivors of the Grenfell tower fire
Write Letters of Support for Muslim Girl Who Received Threatening Letters
Links on Voting Rights Movement
Donate to Honor Dr. Blasley as an Educator
Boycotting Fox: Call To Boycott Companies That Advertise On Fox, We Got A List and Petition

Housekeeping )

So, what have you all been up to in the last week or are planning to get involved in next week?

Poll #20811 The Week
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 9


This week, I...

View Answers

called my one senator
1 (11.1%)

called my other senator
1 (11.1%)

called my representative
1 (11.1%)

called my governor
0 (0.0%)

called my state reps
0 (0.0%)

sent a postcard/email/letter/fax
4 (44.4%)

attended a town hall
0 (0.0%)

donated money to a cause
5 (55.6%)

attended an in-person activist group
1 (11.1%)

participated in phone/online training
0 (0.0%)

went to a protest
0 (0.0%)

signed up for alerts
0 (0.0%)

worked for a campaign
0 (0.0%)

did textbanking/phonebanking
0 (0.0%)

took care of myself
5 (55.6%)

not a US citizen but worked in solidarity in my own community
1 (11.1%)

did something else
1 (11.1%)

committed to action in the coming week
1 (11.1%)


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