Organizing for Justice

Once again, our democracy and fundamental human rights are facing a moment of assault. The past election has shown that our republic and its promise of equality for all is a still a fragile institution, open to the gravest of assaults. It is our civic duty to fight against the efforts to deny the intrinsic value of all people, whether it is due to their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation or religion. We stand to represent those who celebrate diversity as a strength, not a threat; who believe that every voice has an inherent value and the right to be heard; those who understand our strength as a nation is derived from the acceptance of all people; and for those who seek a stronger and more vibrant democratic spirit and will not accept being ruled. We will continue to stand for justice and equality as long as even one member of our community is met with the pain of oppression and intolerance. For as Americans we seek to constantly better our union with the promise of freedom and acceptance for all those who yearn for it. We believe in each other, our collective power, and the belief that we can be better than what we are today.

2 protests

March 10, 2017, 10:00 am

Washington, DC

RISE with Standing Rock

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and Indigenous grassroots leaders call on our allies across the United States and around the world to peacefully March on Washington DC.

We ask that you rise in solidarity with Indigenous Peoples across the...

February 12, 2017, 5:00 pm

Washington, DC

We the People: State of the Union

In the early weeks of Donald Trump's presidency, his first 100-day plan has set forth a list of ideas and actions that are divisive and not representative of all Americans. We plan to resist every effort to make America into a small and...