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Urgent: Act now to protect children in Orleans Parish

Tomorrow evening (Thursday, 1/17), the Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) is scheduled to elect a new President.

Current OPSB Vice-President Leslie Ellison is actively lobbying to assume this public-facing role, and along with it, the enormous responsibility to ensure a robust and inclusive education for our children. 263 more words

Support the Rise Stronger Network

Support Rise Stronger, which is fostering and encouraging a network of politically engaged communities that will hold government accountable at every level.

Rise Stronger was founded in the wake of the 2016 election. 158 more words

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Subscribe to 3NoTrump!

Subscribe to 3NoTrump! an Action Alliance member that gives you at least three actions you can take every week to stop Trump and his agenda. 92 more words

Community Activism

Subscribe to My Civic Workout

Subscribe to My Civic Workout, an activist outlet that delivers twice-weekly action items broken down into things that demand a bit of your time, more of your time, and a bit more of your time than that. 531 more words

Use Your Power, Recruit Friends

Criminal justice reforms on the verge of passing

After years of attempts to reform our broken criminal justice system, change is within sight. The First Step Act, a bill that includes important sentencing and prison reforms, has strong bipartisan support in the Senate and has now been endorsed by the president. 425 more words


Tell Your MoCs That You Saw Their Social Media Posts

When you talk to your members of Congress, make sure to cite specific posts they’ve made to their social media accounts.

We live in the world of Facebook and Twitter, but our members of Congress don’t–at least not to the extent that we do. 233 more words

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Washington E-Memo

Help us pass criminal justice reforms!

President Donald Trump recently voiced his support for a bipartisan criminal justice bill, a revised First Step Act that would provide sentencing and prison reforms. 639 more words