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Democrats Abroad Actions

Actions of Potential Interest*

  • Petition: Tell Joe Biden: Open Abortion Clinics on Federal Lands, via Alexandria Ocasio Cortez
    On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, undermining a half century of precedent behind our fundamental rights to an abortion and bodily autonomy. We have to take immediate, bold action to ensure people can get the care they need in the wake of this dangerous ruling. Today we are calling on President Biden and the White House to take executive action to open abortion clinics on federal lands. This small step could help expand access to life-saving abortion care for people in all 50 states.
  • Action: F*** Bans Action Plan, via Vote Save America
    List of actions and resources compiled by the team behind Pod Save America.
  • Donate: National Network of Abortion Funds
    Abortion funds help people get the abortions they want and need. Give to abortion funds; protect abortion access. It's that simple.
  • Petition: Don't Ban Books in the United States, via EveryLibrary
    Librarians in states like Texas, Indiana, and Wyoming are facing measures that mean that they may soon find themselves under attack for stocking books against racism and about the lives and experiences of LGBT Americans. Take a stand against these bans!
    EveryLibrary is the nation's first and only political action committee for libraries and organized as a 501(c)4.
  • Update! "Stop the Execution of Melissa Lucio in Texas," via The Innocence Project
    On April 25, 2022, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals stayed the April 27 execution of Melissa Lucio for a crime that never occurred. She now has a chance to prove her innocence in court, but her fight for justice continues.
  • Update! Red Hill Water Security: US military to close fuel storage facility in Hawaiʻi where water was contaminated by leak, via CNN
    The Department of Defense will close the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility in Hawaii permanently, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Monday. The facility was temporarily closed after water was contaminated by a petroleum leak from the facility that sickened military families and children in Hawaii in November and left people in the local community without safe drinking water. The facility will now be defueled and closed permanently.
    Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said in a statement that closing the facility is "the right thing to do." "When we use land for military purposes, at home or abroad, we commit to being good stewards of that resource. Closing Red Hill meets that commitment," he said. The Defense Department will also create an "environmental mitigation plan" to address any future contamination concerns, Austin said.
  • Petition: "Our Kids Deserve The Truth," send to State Legislators, via ParentsTogether
    Kids should be learning to think critically in school - and to understand the full history of our country, even the painful parts.
    Our politicians should be focused on helping students and teachers who are still struggling with fallout from COVID--rather than punishing teachers for speaking the truth.

  • Petition: "Federal Recognition for the Duwamish Tribe," via change.org
    The Duwamish are the First People of present-day Seattle, and are the original stewards of this land. Since time immemorial, the Duwamish Tribe has maintained their ancestral home in traditional, sustainable ways for the benefit of all. Seattle is built upon and thrives on the lands of the Duwamish People, and the City still carries the name of the Tribe’s most well-known leader, Chief Si’ahl (Seattle).
    Chief Si’ahl of the Duwamish and Suquamish Tribes of Indians was the lead signatory of the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855, and that agreement has never been invalidated. Yet the U.S. Government has continually failed to give the Duwamish People their rightful recognition.
    Federal recognition does not create a tribe, but honors the government-to-government relationship between tribes and the United States. It is also vital to protecting the cultural integrity of the Duwamish People.

  • Donate: "Help for Afghanistan Refugees," via CNN and Public Good
    As the Taliban increases their grip in Afghanistan, thousands of civilians continue to flee their homes fearing retribution, persecution, and general chaos. The refugee crisis there is still taking shape amid growing desperation and uncertainty. Relief workers are scrambling to help. CNN's Impact Your World has compiled a list of 20 vetted organizations accepting donations to assist in this crisis. You can make a donation that will be split amongst all the organizations, or you can make individual donations to specific organizations, all at the link above.

  • Petition and Letter Writing: "Stop Line 3," StopLine3.org
    Residents of the Great Lakes should not be forced to assume risks for a project that is economically unviable in the long-term and serves no clear public purpose. Further, the oil pipeline’s impacts on the economy, natural resources, and public health, and its violations of Indigenous rights, are unacceptable.

    If you scroll further down the page, you can also personalize and send a letter to Jaime Pinkham of the Army Corps of Engineers, calling for a full federal environmental impact statement to assess threats to treaty rights, water protection, and climate. 

  • Petition: "Public Petition to Attorney General Merrick Garland," ERA Coalition
    We are urging Attorney General Merrick Garland to take the immediate action of directing his Office of Legal Counsel to withdraw the January 6, 2020 opinion memo from the Attorney General Barr Department of Justice. Sign the petition to add your voice!

*The actions in this section are neither organized nor sponsored by DACH. We don't endorse a particular position or platform expressed via these actions. We are sharing them because we believe they may be of interest to our members. As always, please obey all local laws, maintain the proper spirit of peaceful demonstration, and observe any COVID-19 guidelines regarding social distancing and number of people at a gathering. DACH is not responsible for the logistics of any events listed in this section and cannot guarantee that the information we have provided is the most up-to-date information available.