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RESIST DAY #91: What You Can Do Today

Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe

Thursday, April 20, 2017

  • Stop ExxonMobil from receiving waiver to drill in Russian Arctic
    ExxonMobil is asking the State Dept. for permission to drill for oil in Russia. Today's Daily Action is to call the House Foreign Affairs Committee and tell them to take a stand: No weakening of our sanctions against Russia and no special treatment for Exxon.
    • Call a member now. Details here.
  • Oppose TrumpCare 3.0
    It's "red alert" time on healthcare, according to one observer, amid reports that some congressional Republicans think they have a deal—and it's even worse than the last one (which was itself crueler than its predecessor).


  • Sign up to attend a "Come Together and Fight Back" tour rally
    Senator Bernie Sanders, DNC Chair Tom Perez and other Democratic Party leaders will be traveling to nine “red” and “purple” states starting on April 17th.  Along with local activists they are tentatively scheduled to hold rallies in Maine, Kentucky, Florida, Nebraska, Utah, Montana, Arizona and Nevada. The purpose of their trip is to begin the process of creating a Democratic Party which is strong and active in all 50 states, and a party which focuses on grassroots activism and the needs of working families.
  • Turn Up the Heat on Members of Congress During a Second Round of Resistance Recess

What You Can Be Doing Every Day 

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