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"Tweets, Facebook messages, emails, and even letters can be easily discarded and ignored without much disruption to a congressional staffer’s day. But a blast of phone calls can seriously disrupt a congressional office, leading them to at least openly consider and discuss the issues you’re raising." -VOX
"Activists of all political stripes recommend calling legislators, not just emailing — and certainly not just venting on social media...A phone call from a constituent can, indeed, hold more weight than an email, and far outweighs a Facebook post or a tweet." - New York Times
With every passing day, hour, and minute, the Israeli military is making good on its promise to “open the gates of hell” on the 2 million Palestinians trapped under Israeli siege in Gaza.
We must act now. We must demand a ceasefire now.
As our multiracial, multi-faith movements rise in powerful solidarity with Palestinians, violent rightwing forces are going to try to divide us, attack us, and pit us against each other. Being clear and ready to defend against threats on any one of our communities is essential to staying unified, safe, and powerful.
Here’s where you come in: Add your name at the link below to demand that Amazon, Amazon Web Services, Google, and Google Cloud end all ties with Israeli apartheid and cut the Project Nimbus contract.
H.R. 2590 seeks to promote justice, equality and human rights for Palestinian children and families by prohibiting Israeli authorities from using U.S. taxpayer funds to detain and torture Palestinian children, demolish and seize Palestinian homes, and further annex Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank.
We are working to put an end to trainings between US police and Israeli military and security forces that exchange "worst practices" to better surveil, racial profile, and repress communities that are disproportionately People of Color.
JVP Boston joined organizers from across the globe to launch an open letter calling on Facebook to ensure that any amendments to its hate speech policy keep all people
safe and connected.