Long story short: tell Texas state legislators to reject a slate of anti-transgender bills, tell our "liberal" media to stop exhibiting bias against folks of color, tell our federal government to break up big tech corporations, tell the state of Oregon to stop using non-unanimous juries, and tell our EPA to keep PFAS chemicals out of our clean air and clean water. You will find email/petition tools for each of these actions in the paragraphs below. Good hunting!
Change.org helps you tell Texas state legislators to reject no less than 10 anti-transgender bills they're currently mulling. And one of them is an objectively pro-child molestation genital-inspection bill, just like the one in Florida (while I'm thinking about it, here's that petition), plus a trio of bills that would call transgender operations and hormone treatments "child abuse." In other words, these bills want to force schools to actually commit child abuse, while calling things that aren't child abuse "child abuse"! And this is exactly the kind of absurdity to which you must resort when all you can do is diddle other people's rage glands. (I noticed, incidentally, that one of the candidates who made the Texas 6th runoff, state Rep. Jake Ellzey, co-sponsored HB 68. Did no one think to put that in a campaign ad? Or were they all too scared of who they'd offend?)
Free Press helps you tell our "liberal" media outlets to dismantle any anti-Black racism still in their newsrooms. Folks who think racism died in 1965 won't understand, but every time you hear that a Black man shot by cops for brandishing a cellphone was "no angel," every time you hear a Black shooting victim was "arrested 67 times," and every time you read a newspaper report parroting police reports as irrefutable truth, you are still witnessing racism in action in America today. Of course, once these newsrooms make the pledge, we'll hold them to it. In the meantime, there is some benefit to exerting popular pressure, and then measuring how much of that pressure will make media outlets respond. Another way of putting it would be "the Big Stick of Bad PR works."
Demand Progress helps you tell your President and Congressfolk to break up big tech corporations like Amazon, Google, and Facebook. There are all kinds of reasons to break up monopoly corporations in any field, but here's one relating to big tech corporations: surveillance. All these corporations Hoover up all kinds of data on you, and they also manufacture surveillance technology (like Amazon's Ring and Alexa) that your government can use against you when you haven't done a damn thing wrong. When big corporations decide you're a "terrorist" for patronizing one of their competitors, or leaving a bad review of their products, or for not buying any products at all, you'll see exactly what I mean.
Color of Change helps you tell Oregon's Attorney General to stop jailing people when they're convicted by non-unanimous juries, and to release and retry all those who went to prison without a jury unanimously convicting them. Finding the whole concept of a unanimous jury makes justice just too hard in America? It's supposed to be hard! Go live in an actual police state if you want it to be easy! And the states that used non-unanimous juries to convict criminals, guess what, used it disproportionately against non-whites. Most states stopped doing that a long time ago; now only Oregon remains, which would be a surprise to people who've only gone through Portland, but not to folks who know that Oregon put a whites-only clause in its original state constitution. So lets encourage them to start making up for all that now.
Finally, Environmental Action helps you tell our EPA to limit PFAS dumping in our waterways. They call PFAS a "forever chemical" because even our formidable immune systems can't break it down, and scientists have linked PFAS chemicals to cancer, thyroid disease, and liver damage, among other ill effects. And you can find PFAS in just about everything -- firefighting foam, non-stick pans, stain-resistant fabrics, foam food packaging -- and now we learn that you can find it not only in your shampoo and your seafood but at the top of Mount Everest. How did that happen? Hey, it's everywhere and it hardly ever breaks down, so you don't need to be a quantum physicist to predict it'll turn up at the world's roof. So what we do now matters.