If you've missed previous opportunities to tell the government of Iran to release human rights lawyer/activist Nasrin Sotoudeh, then Amnesty International still helps you do that. Iran threw Ms. Sotoudeh in prison back in 2011, ostensibly for "spreading propaganda" and "conspiring to harm state security" but more likely for representing opposition figures in court; Iran threw her in jail again in 2018, this time supposedly for "espionage," "dissemination of propaganda," and "stoking corruption and prostitution," but also for two other charges, "being a member of a human rights organization" and "disparaging the Supreme Leader of Iran," which you'll easily recognize as charges snowflake governments throw at people. The latter prison sentence is likely really over her activism against compulsory wearing of the hijab (or head covering) in public (hence "prostitution," I suppose). If Iran throws people in jail for that, they deserve all the bad PR they get from the rest of the world. So let's help them change their ways -- or give them what they deserve.
Meanwhile, word on the street is that our Congress is finishing up its annual defense spending bill, and annual appropriations bills are often our best opportunity to force our government to do right by us, so Demand Progress helps you tell Congress to include amendments defunding our involvement in the Saudi/UAE-led war on Yemen. We've gone extensively into why we shouldn't fund this war: because we're aiding and abetting in the committing of war crimes in Yemen, because the Houthi rebels targeted by the Saudi/UAE coalition are some of the best al-Qaeda fighters around, and because the Saudi/UAE rationale for war has always seemed like inside baseball at best and petty absurdity at worst. Why should we antagonize a President who has already vetoed some form of disengagement from the war on Yemen four times this year? Because duty is duty and will is will, and we have a much better chance of having our will done if we communicate it to our Congressfolk, even when it's not convenient for them to hear it. And of course, we should not worry about antagonizing the President. He should worry about antagonizing us.