Fight for $15 helps you demand that Congress enact a $15/hour minimum wage in the first 100 days of the Biden Administration. When they tell you that a $15/hour minimum wage causes unemployment or destroys the economy, demand proof. Demand the scientific studies that "prove" that higher minimum wages kill jobs or jack up prices (they almost all say the opposite!). No, it's not "common sense" that higher wages "kill jobs" or "jack up prices"; it's actually more common-sensical to say that higher incomes for lower-wage earners actually stimulate economies (low-wage earners pretty much have to spend their money, after all) or that higher minimum wages actually create jobs in local economies (since that money's more likely to be spent locally). If you do describe studies that refute their fears, don't be surprised if they talk over you like they're Sean Hannity or if they go on about $40/hour minimum wages no one has proposed or how they're not actually conservative like anyone gives a damn. Just declare the argument won and walk away. Right-wingers don't learn until we set boundaries.
Meanwhile, Consumer Reports helps you tell your Senators to pass good auto safety legislation. A number of good bills in our Senate would do that, and the House-passed H.R. 2, the Moving Forward Act, includes automatic braking and blind-spot warning devices on automobiles among its multitudinous reforms, and, you know, it's not like safer cars is unpopular or something. You may be old enough to remember how much like pulling teeth it was to make cars put seat belts in! As a youth, I was in the front seat, unbelted, of a car that got into a fender-bender going no more than 10 MPH, and my head hit the windshield; that was all the instruction I needed to belt up every time I got in a car afterward, but a lot of folks have died before learning such a lesson, and why should we allow that? If we can cut car crashes in half now, then why wouldn't we do it? Because it'd "kill jobs"? People will be working jobs redesigning and rebuilding the safer cars, right? Too often right-wingers say it'll "kill jobs" when they actually mean "it'll cost executives money." Put that in the front of your mind, and you'll see things a lot more clearly.
Finally, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell President-elect Biden to reject big corporate contributions toward his inauguration, then Demand Progress still helps you do that. This shouldn't be that tough a lift, given how thoroughly corporate inaugural contributions appear to have compromised our current President, and also given how scaled-down the Biden inauguration would have to be, given the pandemic, but if we say nothing and "trust" them to do the right thing, they'll take that as approval of doing the wrong thing. I'll admit it is a bit unnerving, I'll admit, to be reminded that Barack Obama rejected big corporate contributions to his 2009 inaugural, given how corporatist his Administration proved to be, but that only means we must apply pressure at all points in time. I know people are tired of fighting, more so now than in 2008, even, but I think we have to consider a bit more carefully whether our politicians are so terrible to us precisely because it leaves us too tired to fight them. I've thought about that a lot, and I'm pretty sure it's the truth. And I don't know about you, but contemplating that truth only makes me fight harder.