Hard to believe, Harry, but Amazon hasn't been paying its workers hazard pay for months now. You may well be saying that warehouse work can't be that hazardous, but if you've ever actually done it, you know it's quite strenuous; now try doing it with eggheads constantly breathing down your neck to work harder and go faster. And, more to the point, try to imagine social distancing in a pandemic at possibly the busiest warehouse on Earth. Hazard pay is the least Amazon workers should be getting, especially since Amazon made over $6 billion in profits in the three months after cutting off hazard pay, and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos's net worth increased by $66 billion between April and September. Hence Public Citizen helps you tell Mr. Bezos to reinstate hazard pay for his corporation's workers. It's not like he doesn't have the money, after all, and you may have noticed that COVID-19 cases have shot up lately.
Meanwhile, 350.org helps you tell President-elect Biden to stop Keystone XL cold dead on his first day in office. Yes, he'll have a lot to do his first day, but this isn't actually a heavy lift: TransCanada, the corporation with the notoriously bad pipe-safety record, began construction this year without even getting all its permits in order, so there's a fairly easy pretext for stopping construction right there. Of course, big oil drilling corporations are thinking they can elbow Mr. Biden into doing their bidding, but that's just the reason we need to speak out now: at least we can make him choose between doing the bidding of big campaign donors or executing the will of the American people as is his actual job. And no, "compromise" doesn't mean "letting the big oil corporations get their way." Keystone XL could contaminate the Ogallala Aquifer, provider of drinking water to millions of good Americans in our heartland, and there is no compromise where our clean water is concerned.
Finally, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell our Congressfolk to reject our soon-to-be-ex-President's proposed $23 billion arms sale to the UAE so they can keep bombing the bejesus out of Yemen, then Win Without War still helps you do that. As with the multitudinous regulatory changes our soon-to-be-ex-President is trying to ram through before we drag him kicking and screaming from office, he's hoping to do one last favor for the warmongers in Saudi Arabia, which this surely is, even if the money's not going directly to them. (Saudi Arabia leads the coalition waging war on Yemen, with the UAE being the other major partner in that coalition.) Still, Sens. Menendez (D-NJ), Murphy (D-CT), and Paul (R-KY) have introduced "privileged" resolutions aiming to stop the sale -- meaning Super Great and Awesome Real American President Mitch McConnell can't stop a vote on them -- and if the odds favor us, we have the duty to make our will known.