H.R. 2978/S. 1419, the Voting Rights Advancement Act, still awaits Congressional consideration; it would (among other things!) fix the problem the Supreme Court found with the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County v. Holder, in which the Justices struck down the Act's preclearance formula (which determines which states and localities need to get preclearance from the Department of Justice anytime they change their voting laws). Used to be a group of almost entirely Southern states and localities had to get preclearance, but the Voting Rights Advancement Act would create a new formula that would require any state or locality, regardless of geography, to get preclearance if they've demonstrated a lengthy pattern of voting rights abuses -- thus satisfying, I would think, the Justices' very, very narrowly-constructed declaration in Shelby that the Voting Rights Act was unfair to the South as it is now. So you can use the tools in the upper right-hand corner of this page (or the bottom, if you're on a cellphone) and call your Reps and Senators and tell them to pass the Voting Rights Advancement Act.
Meanwhile, Color of Change helps you tell North Carolina state legislators to reject a bill that would immunize drivers who hit protestors with their cars. You may recall that in the wake of massive anti-Trump protests that blocked off traffic, state legislators rushed to introduce many odious anti-free speech bills, including bills that would let drivers off the hook when they hit protestors. Well, recent events sure have put that particular effort in a new light, haven't they? Five of the six states that considered these bills didn't pass them, but of course North Carolina's reactionary state House has already passed the bill and now its reactionary state Senate will consider it. Don't brook any silliness from right-wingers about how nobody could have predicted a Nazi wannabe would run down protestors! Actually, anyone could have predicted it, and even before Charlottesville, it was an odious bill no civilized person should have ever supported.