Long story short: tell state Secretaries of State to make it easier for college students to vote, tell the Biden Administration to stop discrimination in health care, and tell our USPS to fire Postmaster General DeJoy. Use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs to communicate your will.
RISE helps you tell state Secretaries of State to make it easier for college students to vote. You’ll hear right-wingers say college kids aren’t really invested in the area where they’re going to school, though, hey, nobody likes people who act like the Emotion Police! Right-wingers also love saying you should have to work harder, not easier, to vote, though if you have to “earn” rights, they're not really rights! Of course their real problem is that college kids don’t vote Republican very often, but if they don’t like how they vote, maybe they should try attracting their vote, instead of suppressing it. That's what a bootstrapper would do!
Moms Rising helps you tell our Department of Health and Human Services (or HHS) to enact the most vigorous rule possible prohibiting discrimination in health care. Moms Rising also helps you describe how you’ve faced discrimination in health care; chances are, if you’re Black or Brown or female or gay or transgender, you have, whether it’s a doctor dismissing symptoms because “Black women always exaggerate” (yes, some doctors say that!) or a doctor refusing to treat a trans patient because of his “religious” “conscience.” I’ve said it before, but if you won’t treat people because of your “religious” “beliefs,” you need to find another profession – maybe one that doesn’t involve service.
Finally, Common Cause helps you tell President Biden to install two more members of our U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors so the Board can fire Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. Who really, really deserves it – he’s cutting services, raising prices, and slashing jobs like this is some private corporation he can bleed for his own benefit or his shareholders’. But our Postal Service is a government agency that belongs to us, and thus should serve us, not some corporatist ideology. One of the main reasons they should serve us? They deliver a lot of our life-saving medicines through the mail. And if we want our Postal Service to do that right, we have to get rid of the bosses who’d do it wrong.