Long story short: tell our Justice Department to stop police torture of protestors at Line 3, tell the Biden Administration to stop deportation flights to Haiti, and tell Congress to pass the Defending the Human Rights of Palestinian Children and Families Living Under Israeli Military Occupation Act, the Postal Service Reform Act, and the Women's Health Protection Act. Use the tools in the upper right-hand corner of this page (or, if you're on a cellphone, the bottom of this page) to find your Congressfolk's phone numbers and/or use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs.
More Perfect Union helps you tell our Justice Department to stop police from torturing protestors at Line 3. Ever heard of "pain compliance"? Sounds a lot like "enhanced interrogation," doesn't it? "Pain compliance" describes the practice (not that you'd want to practice this) of inflicting searing pain on pressure points until the person you're inflicting the pain upon cries uncle. If Enbridge is resorting to torturing protestors, they must be having trouble getting everyone on board with their plan to transport tar sands oil over Midwestern water tables. And if Enbridge has to pay county cops to do it, well, maybe the Line 3 pipeline has become too toxic. So to speak.
Both Amnesty International and Moms Rising help you tell the Biden Administration to stop its deportations of Haitians. The recent news hook, of course, is the Customs and Border Protection (or CBP) officers nearly running down Haitian asylum-seekers on horseback, a sight President Biden condemned -- before resuming flights of said asylum-seekers back to Haiti. Hey, did something happen there a month ago? Oh, right, another earthquake. And has something been happening there for 200 years? Why, yes, Western nations including the United States have been treating Haiti like toilet paper, all for having the gall to win independence from France. All these nations were perfectly OK with forcing Haitians to actually pay reparations to former slave-owners. How's that sound, Larry Elder? How about we not be cruel bastards this one time? It'll make the next time easier.
Roots Action helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 2590, the Defending the Human Rights of Palestinian Children and Families Living Under Israeli Military Occupation Act. It doesn't make a clever acronym, but it would prevent American taxpayer dollars (i.e., your money) from going toward actions that violate international law, such as detaining and maltreating Palestinian children, seizing and destroying Palestinian property (including homes), and annexation of Palestinian territory generally. You really don't have to trace back who-did-what-first in this matter; you only need realize that Israel is a lot more powerful than Palestine, and even worse, acts like they're besieged and beleaguered, which guarantees they'll do a lot worse to Palestine in the future. And that's not something you want to pay for.
Progress America helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 3076/S. 1720, the Postal Service Reform Act. Can you believe there are folks who have "lost faith" in our Post Office? Such folks are largely unaware that the reason our Post Office has funding issues is that our laws mandate that it pre-fund retiree benefits 85 years in advance, a mandate our laws ask of literally no other federal agency, and certainly of no corporation. That means cut services and cut jobs, almost as if Congress planned it that way back in 2006. Lift the mandate and it'll be like lifting a 300-pound weight off the Post Office's chest. Our Postal Service workers will breathe easier, certainly. We can have more of them, too! And postal banking! But first, let's cut the cancer out.
Finally, People for the American Way helps you tell your Senators to pass H.R. 3755/S. 1975, the Women's Health Protection Act. Republicans won't vote for it (apparently not even the pro-choice ones like Susan Collins, what a good little drone she is!), because it'll actually get rid of all the heartbeat bills and the forced ultrasound bills and the six-week abortion bans and the forced bad medical advice bills that states have passed in order to make it hard for women to get abortions when they need them. Yes, women do need them, if pregnancy puts their life or health in danger, or if their fetus has no organs. And women should get them when they want them, too, lest the state force women into the role of breeders-and-nothing-else again.