OUR GOAL: To motivate and facilitate a Culture of Action through a network of Action Groups.
5 Calls is designed to make it as easy as possible to find your members of Congress and call them. It provides scripts, weekly email alerts, and has been generated over 400,000 calls, according to the website.
Subscribers receive a single thing to do every day, such as call the Customs and Border Patrol office at every major airport to demand they release data on how many people were detained under the President Trump's travel ban. (CPD released the data the night after Daily Action's call went out).
Daily actions that can be done via your mobile phone and related to our seven primary causes. The actions will include signing petitions, emailing representatives and calling public officials.
Resistbot turns your text messages into daily letters to Congress - in the simplest and easiest way possible. We are working hard behind the scenes to make sure they are delivered and that your representatives take them seriously.
WhiteHouseInc. helps users randomly dial one of 30 or so Trump properties where callers can lodge a complaint about Trump's plans to repeal Obamacare or build a border wall.
On Change.org, people everywhere are starting campaigns, mobilizing supporters, and working with decision makers to drive solutions.
The website provides a statistical model to anticipate which state legislative districts are the most "flippable".
Organizing for Action is a movement of millions of Americans, coming together to fight for real, lasting change.
This tool helps you look for the money behind the candidate. Here's how Ruth Marcus a columnist for The Washington Post puts it: The Center for Responsive Politics has made itself into an essential Washington - actually, make that an essential national - institution. Now more than ever, with the proliferation of super PACs and 501(c)(4) groups pouring huge sums into campaigns, it's critical to have a reliable and handy source of information on money and politics. Opensecrets.org is the go-to site for this data - trustworthy, accessible and well-presented.
This is happening. Everywhere.
Wall of Us gives people four suggested actions each week with a focus on corporate activism, such as the #DeleteUber campaign that led the company's CEO to step down from a White House advisory council and join a lawsuit against the administration's travel ban.