Long story short: tell our EPA to strengthen cross-state pollution rules, tell the city of San Francisco to investigate Jaxon Sales's death, tell Amazon shareholders to prod their corporation to pay more taxes, tell state legislatures to ban non-disclosure agreements between legislators and corporations, and tell your cable corporations to de-platform Fox News. Use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs to communicate your will.
The Climate Reality Project helps you tell our EPA to update our cross-state pollution rule. As you might suspect, big power plants' pollution doesn't obey state lines, but frequently travels to other, downwind states; our EPA could protect those downwind states better than they do, but first they need to hear from us that they need to do it. And not for nothing, but "downwind" often means, in practice, "toward Black and Brown neighborhoods." Cue right-wingers yelling now pollution is racist? Pollution doesn't have a will of its own, of course, but polluters do. Like how right-wingers disappear polluters from the conversation? Why, it's like that's the whole idea!
Change.org helps you tell the city of San Francisco investigate the mysterious death of Jaxon Sales in 2020. Mr. Sales apparently went on a blind date only to die in another man's bed with the notorious date-rape drug GHB in his system, yet city officials told his family they wouldn't investigate because gays use GHB. You know who else uses GHB? Rapists! Seems to me an investigation isn't too much to ask! And when you confront the city's other odd decisions, you might think they're protecting the man in whose bed Mr. Sales died. An investigation might help us not to think that.
Both Public Citizen and Americans for Tax Fairness help you tell Amazon shareholders to support a resolution calling for Amazon to pay its fair share of taxes. After all, if Amazon doesn't pay for police, firefighters, and libraries, then the rest of us have to pay more! And remember: shareholder resolutions don't have to win; they only have to demonstrate that a not-insignificant number of shareholders disagree with something the corporation is doing and that if the corporation doesn't change, they might take their money elsewhere. Certainly a shareholder resolution is a more peaceful way of resolving our differences than whatever the "Dark MAGA" crowd might employ.
The Daily Kos Liberation League helps you tell state legislatures to ban non-disclosure agreements (or NDAs) between legislators and corporations. To whom are state legislators supposed to account for their works? To their constituents! And non-disclosure agreements prevent that! They say they need non-disclosure agreements to ensure that people can speak candidly, but people speak candidly all the time! Anyone in politics who says they "feel" otherwise is full of shit! Corporations just don't want their unpopular (or unlawful!) "advice" to become public knowledge! And ask folks who signed NDAs with Donald Trump or Elon Musk how they feel about that decision now.
Finally, Inequality Media helps you tell big cable corporations to dump Fox News from their platforms. The Buffalo shooter's manifesto had a certain from-Fox's-lips-to-the-shooter's-ears quality to it, and though I wouldn't put Tucker Carlson in jail for those murders, I don't think corporations should compel us all to pay to keep Fox News on our cable platforms. Without Fox, folks would have to work harder for their masturbatory rage. Like it should be! (And remember: no one has a First Amendment "right" to a cable platform; one only has a First Amendment right not to get thrown in jail for their speech.)