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218 matching action groups found:

Alabama

  • Amnesty International AL: Local Group 403, Montgomery
    Montgomery, AL 36112
    Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights. WebsiteEmail Contacts Amnesty International Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Immigration, Racial Justice
  • ACLU of Alabama
    Montgomery, AL 36106
    The ACLU is a private, non-profit membership organization. Our mission is to preserve and protect the civil liberties and civil rights guaranteed by the U. S. Constitution, especially the principles contained in the Bill of Rights. WebsiteEmail Contacts ACLU Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Immigration, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice

Alaska

  • Fairbanks Action Group
    AK
    Contacts Andrew, email  

Arizona

  • NAACP – Flagstaff Branch
    Flagstaff, AZ 86011
    The NAACP was founded in 1909 and is the nation’s oldest, largest, and most significant civil rights organization in the country. The NAACP is comprised of members who are dedicated to fight for social justice for all Americans. WebsiteEmail Contacts NAACP Contact, POC, email Issues
    Racial Justice
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Arizona
    Phoenix, AZ 85011
    The mission of NARAL Pro-Choice Arizona is to develop and sustain a constituency that uses the political process to guarantee every woman the right to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive choices, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion. WebsiteEmail Contacts NARAL Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare

Arkansas

  • ACLU of Arkansas
    Little Rock, AR 72201
    For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has been our nation’s guardian of liberty, working in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and the laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country. WebsiteEmail Contacts ACLU Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice
  • NAACP North Little Rock Branch
    North Little Rock, AR 72119
    The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. WebsiteEmail Contacts NAACP Contact, POC, email Issues
    Economic Justice, Racial Justice

California

  • Bay Area Trump Watchdogs
    San Francisco, CA
    Contacts Sam, email  
  • Clean Water
    San Francisco, CA
    Contacts Lisa, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues
  • Code Blue
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Ryan, email  
  • Media Group
    San Francisco, CA
    Focused on the dissemination of information, particularly calls to action, as far and wide as possible. Contacts Leila, email Issues
    Free Speech/Media Accountability
  • Green Tea Network
    San Francisco, CA
    Contacts Jamie, email  
  • Pasadena Action Group
    Pasadena, CA
    Contacts Alex, email Issues
    General Resistance
    Location of Meetings
    Pasadena, CA
  • Group Addressing: 1) Open letters from US universities and 2) Voice of the Electorate (VOTE) application for technology-enabled direct democracy
    San Francisco, CA
    Contacts E.J., email  
  • The Millennial Movement
    San Francisco, CA
    Contacts Aakash, email  
  • Model Voting = Better Voting = Stronger Democracy
    Half Moon Bay, CA
    Contacts Gopi, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Ed Act Now
    Los Angeles, CA
    Ed Act Now is a group of educators and media professionals in Los Angeles focusing on resisting the Trump administration through political action and targeted media. Contacts Richard Tucci, email Issues
    Education
  • Nothing Rhymes with Orange
    Oakland, CA 94619
    Small neighborhood group, monthly meetings, post card parties, marches, discussions WebsiteEmail Contacts susan silverman, group facilitator, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Education, Elections & Voting, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, General Resistance
    Location of Meetings
    Oakland hills
    Group Size
    0–10 members
  • One Country Over Party
    Lakewood, CA 90712
    We are a quick response organizing team of leaders for leaders. We insist upon an excellent organizing strategy that works; backed up by tangible goals that serve to protect the American ideals of DEMOCRACY, CIVIL RIGHTS & EQUAL OPPORTUNITY. WebsiteEmail Contacts Sara Holland, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • The Activist Cartel
    Los Angeles, CA 90027
    We are a network of men and women dedicated to promoting women’s rights and equality. Every 2 weeks, The Activist Cartel receives an email that details specific action items to carry out (political, educational, & philanthropic) in order to pursue this goal. WebsiteEmail Contacts Chelsey Goodan, Founder and content creator, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Just Foreign Policy
    Washington, CA 20016
    Engaging citizens to achieve a just foreign policy based on cooperation, law and diplomacy. WebsiteEmail Contacts Sarah Burns, Senior Fellow, email Issues
    Expat/International, General Resistance
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Resistance: Peaceful Action
    Capitola, CA 95010
    TRPA is an action oriented group which seeks to inform others about current political events and legislation which threaten our rights as well as engaging the group members in their local communities/districts by providing them with resources and action items. WebsiteEmail Contacts Arturo Perez, Admin, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Community Development, Disability Advocacy, Economic Justice, Education, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice, General Resistance
  • Get Up, Stand Up LA
    Los Angeles, CA 90026
    We support causes and politicians who are progressive & forward-thinking. We are committed to resisting any that are not. Email Contacts Sarah Ellenberg, Founder, emailStephanie Sauter, Admin, email Issues
    General Resistance
    Location of Meetings
    540 Commonwealth Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Creatives for Progressive Action
    Los Angeles, CA
    Our mission is to use our influence and voices as creatives, organizers and activists to pursue meaningful and measurable progressive action. Contacts Kristen, email  
  • Eastside Action Hour
    Los Angeles, CA 90039
    One hour timed meeting. We aggregate all the local info for our members and do a one hour download. Usually at a bar. WebsiteEmail Contacts Enver Gjokaj, Creator/Admin, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Community Development, Economic Justice, Elections & Voting, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Government Reform, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Media & Creative Professionals, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Group Size
    10–20 members
  • Protecting Immigrant Children
    Santa Cruz, CA
    We are distributing free guardianship appointments and caretaker affidavits for undocumented families concerned about possible deportation. Contacts Michele, email Issues
    Immigration
  • Women’s Health and Reproductive Freedom
    San Francisco, CA
    Contacts Tori, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Demand the Vote
    Los Angeles, CA
    Demand the Vote is a volunteer organization working to educate voters across America about their right to vote and to empower activists to fight voter suppression and strengthen voting rights. We do this through the creation of audio, visual, and social media content to educate voters about the myths of voter fraud and the realities of voter suppression in their state. We also research and share current voting rights in all 50 states as well as keep an eye on proposed legislation. And we register voters, canvass neighborhoods, phone and text bank for candidates, write postcards, and host fundraisers for organizations that also fight voter suppression. WebsiteEmail Contacts Corinne, emailHayley, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Indivisible CA-33
    Los Angeles, CA
    Using the Indivisible Guide to organize people in Ted Lieu’s congressional district to resist the Trump agenda by lobbying and building a relationship with our 3 members of Congress, as well as joining other groups’ efforts when appropriate. Message to be added to the “secret” group. Website Contacts Ayana, email Location of Meetings
    West LA, Los Angeles, CA
  • Immigration & CIVIC Engagement
    Los Angeles, CA
    Heidi has been organizing around legal advocacy for immigrants, and Liz volunteers with CIVIC, which is a national immigration detention visitation network. CIVIC monitors human rights abuses, builds community-based alternatives to detention, and advocates for system change. They coordinate detention visits, tours, hotlines, and letter writing. Website Contacts Heidi, emailLiz, email Issues
    Immigration
  • Disability & Elders’ Rights
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Audrey, email Issues
    Disability Advocacy
  • Women’s Issues
    Los Angeles, CA
    We’re dedicated to supporting women’s reproductive freedom in California and across the country. Website Contacts Gillian, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
    Location of Meetings
    Echo Park, Los Angeles, CA
  • WeHo Action: Red to Blue
    Los Angeles, CA
    We flip red to blue wherever we can. When elections aren’t going on, we’re educating and encouraging our friends and associates to take action and become more involved in volunteer opportunities and get more involved on a local level. Contacts Matt, emailKerri, email Location of Meetings
    West Hollywood, CA
  • First They Came
    Los Angeles, CA
    Inspired by the famous poem, First They Came will focus on the most vulnerable and targeted groups as we stand up for and protect each other. Focus on creating PSAs, websites, apps, rights-issued literature, community, boycotts, and marches, as well as global action items. Contacts Katherine, email  
  • Black Lives Matter & Race Relations
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Amanda, emailAlexis, email Issues
    Racial Justice
  • 909 Action Network
    Claremont, CA
    The 909 Action Network is a newly formed community group dedicated to facilitating citizen-activism within the (909) area code. The 909 Action Network is particularly interested in supporting progressive policies and ideas and mobilizing resistance to regressive policies that threaten vulnerable and marginalized citizens within our community. Website Contacts Sorrel, email  
  • Women’s Rights
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Devora Saikin, emailNaomi Goldman, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Blue Sweep LA
    Los Angeles, CA
    1) Get Democrats elected to the House and Senate in 2018. 2) Fighting Voter Suppression. Website Contacts Barbara, email  
  • Artivists Into Action
    Los Angeles, CA
    Creatives expressing their shared values, and defending against racism, sexism, misogyny, xenophobia, white supremacy, and the patriarchy, all of which threaten to become normalized when made mainstreamed in government. Website Contacts Leda, email Location of Meetings
    Silverlake, Los Angeles, CA
  • Electoral College Reform
    Los Angeles, CA
    Seeking a new group leader. If you’re interested in heading this group, email our Organizing Director, Megan. Contacts Megan, Organizing Director, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Register Blue
    Los Angeles, CA
    When they vote red, we register blue! Website Contacts Will, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Education
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Richard, emailBen, emailJamarr, email Issues
    Education
  • Anti-islamophobia/Xenophobia
    Los Angeles, CA
    Focused on acts of service, kindness, and creating community unity such as: writing letters to mosques who’ve experienced hate; assisting a Syrian refugee family resettling in LA, and signing and circulating petitions. Contacts Azita, emailHarrison, email Issues
    Islamophobia
  • First Amendment Rights
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Emily, email  
  • Media
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Evan, email Issues
    Free Speech/Media Accountability
  • Media
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Wynter, emailNina, email Issues
    Free Speech/Media Accountability
  • LGBTQ
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Alexis, email Issues
    LGBTQ+
  • Elect Blue – Voting Rights & Election Strategies
    Los Angeles, CA
    Fixing the problem that is upstream of so many others: electing Democrats in state and local elections around the country. We will educate and volunteer, working on elections in winnable districts, and changing the map, county by county. Contacts Aemilia, emailJess, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • re:ACT Los Angeles
    Los Angeles, CA
    We meet weekly in the West Hollywood/Miracle Mile area to discuss government and policy concerns (both local and national) and create a list of practical, effective actions to take in response to them. Website Contacts Rati, email Location of Meetings
    West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
  • Healthcare
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Elinor, emailMelissa, email Issues
    Healthcare
  • Our Own Damn Satellite
    Los Angeles, CA
    We are a group of ordinary citizens based in Los Angeles, California, concerned about the new administration’s denial of climate change and disregard for all environmental issues. We meet, share information, organize, plan and participate in large and small events, connect with other like-minded groups to promote awareness, and actively work to help solve the problem of climate change through political, personal, and local actions. Contacts Phil, emailBecky, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues
  • Poverty
    Los Angeles, CA
    Contacts Corina, email Issues
    Economic Justice

Colorado

  • NARAl Pro-Choice Colorado
    Aurora, CO 80014
    The mission of NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado is to develop and sustain a constituency that uses the political process to guarantee every woman the right to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive health choices, including preventing unintended pregnancies, bearing healthy children and choosing legal abortion. WebsiteEmail Contacts NARAL Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare
  • Denver, CO Brady Campaign Chapter
    Aurora, CO 80014
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

Connecticut

  • Southwestern Connecticut Brady Chapter
    Stamford, CT 06902
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Connecticut
    Hartford, CT 06106
    To develop and sustain a constituency that uses the political process to guarantee every woman the right to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive choices, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion. WebsiteEmail Contacts NARAL Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare

Delaware

  • ACLU of Delaware
    Wilmington, DE 19801
    Since its founding in 1920, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has led the fight to protect our most precious rights and freedoms. We always stand ready to challenge abuse of government power at the national, state, local and even school board level. WebsiteEmail Contacts ACLU Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Government Reform, LGBTQ+
  • NAACP Central Delaware Branch
    Dover, DE 19903
    The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. WebsiteEmail Contacts NAACP Contact, POC, email Issues
    Economic Justice, Racial Justice

District of Columbia

  • Sierra Club, Washington D.C.
    Washington, DC 20001
    The Sierra Club is the oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization with 755,000 members who explore, enjoy and protect the environment. WebsiteEmail Contacts Sierra Club Contact, POC, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Community Development
  • RiseStronger
    Washington, DC 20001
    Organization that is working to become the largest citizen watchdog organization in the United States with the mission of empowering Americans to monitor and take action in response to the Trump Administration, Congress, and state and local governments. WebsiteEmail Contacts RiseStronger Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Free Speech/Media Accountability, General Resistance
  • Veterans
    Washington, DC
    Contacts Chris, email  

Florida

  • Miami Action Group
    Miami, FL
    Contacts Tom, emailDeb, email Issues
    General Resistance
  • Amnesty International Local Group 248, Miami
    Hialeah, FL 33018
    Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights. WebsiteEmail Contacts Amnesty International Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Racial Justice
  • Central Florida Brady Campaign Chapter
    Fleming Island, FL 32003
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. Email Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

Georgia

  • Georgia Resistance Network
    Atlanta, GA 30316
    We’re a small group of people who want to resist Trump’s agenda by getting off our butts and being politically active. Join us! WebsiteEmail Contacts Molly Coustan, Co-leader, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Community Development, Disability Advocacy, Economic Justice, Education, Elections & Voting, Expat/International, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Government Reform, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Media & Creative Professionals, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Group Size
    40–50 members
  • Amnesty International GA: Local Group 75, Atlanta
    Atlanta, GA 30301
    We work to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied. Currently the world’s largest grassroots human rights organization, we investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilize the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world. We received the Nobel Peace Prize for our life-saving work. WebsiteEmail Contacts Amnesty International Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Racial Justice
  • Metro Atlanta Million Mom March Chapter
    Avondale Estates, GA 30002
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

Hawaii

  • NAACP Honolulu Branch
    Waimanalo, HI 96795
    The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. WebsiteEmail Contacts NAACP Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Racial Justice
  • Amnesty International HI
    Waimanalo, HI 96795
    Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights. Email Contacts Amnesty International Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Racial Justice

Idaho

  • ACLU of Idaho
    Boise, ID 83701
    The ACLU of Idaho strives to advance civil liberties and civil rights through activities that include litigation, education and lobbying. WebsiteEmail Contacts ACLU Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Government Reform, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice
  • NAACP Treasure Valley Branch
    Boise, ID 83707
    The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. WebsiteEmail Contacts NAACP Contact, POC, email Issues
    Economic Justice, Racial Justice

Illinois

  • Chicago Action Group
    Chicago, IL
    Seeking a new group leader. If you’re interested in heading this group, email our Organizing Director, Megan. Contacts Megan, Organizing Director, email Issues
    General Resistance
  • Indivisible Illinois
    Chestnut, IL 62518
    Indivisible Illinois is the state wide organization and coordination WebsiteEmail Contacts Eric Gosh, Team Leader of Special Projects, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Community Development, Disability Advocacy, Economic Justice, Education, Elections & Voting, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Government Reform, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Midwest NRDC
    Chicago, IL 60606
    We combine the power of more than two million members and online activists with the expertise of some 500 scientists, lawyers, and policy advocates across the globe to ensure the rights of all people to the air, the water, and the wild. Join us. WebsiteEmail Contacts NRDC Contact, POC, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues
  • Center for Popular Democracy
    Alden, IL 60001
    We’re building a rising movement of people fighting for a future of opportunity, equality, and inclusion. CPD Action works on campaigns that expand the voice and power of workers, communities of color, and immigrants on issues of economic and racial justice. WebsiteEmail Contacts CPD Contact, POC, email Issues
    Economic Justice, Immigration, Racial Justice

Indiana

  • Hoosiers for Action
    Indianapolis, IN
    Hoosiers for Action is a registered political action committee focussed on grassroots support for progressive causes and candidates in the Hoosier state. WebsiteEmail Contacts Keith, email  

Kansas

  • Resist Hate
    Lawrence, KS
    Website Contacts Dustin, email  
  • Northeast Kansas Brady Chapter
    Meriden, KS 66512
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

Kentucky

  • Lexington and Central Kentucky Million Mom March Chapter
    Lexington, KY 40515
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. Email Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control
  • ACLU of Kentucky
    Louisville, KY 40202
    For almost 100 years, the ACLU has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States. Email Contacts ACLU Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Government Reform, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice

Louisiana

  • ACLU of Louisiana
    New Orleans, LA 70156
    For almost 100 years, the ACLU has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States. WebsiteEmail Contacts ACLU Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Education, Government Reform, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice
  • Put Housing First
    New Orleans, LA 70119
    Put Housing First is a campaign of the Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance to promote, educate and secret safe, affordable housing for every resident. Our first goal is to secure the support of 10,000 registered voters who are willing and able to support GNOHA’s advocacy efforts and demand that candidates and elected officials prioritize safe, affordable, healthy homes for all of New Orleans. WebsiteEmail Contacts Andreanecia Morris, President/Chair, email Issues
    Community Development
  • Liberal Blizzard
    Metairie, LA 70003
    Our goal is to be a catalyst for the greatest movement of our time. We aim to spread reputable information in order to counteract the spread of misinformation and disinformation by the Trump administration. We choose to systematically oppose and suppress the Trump agenda using every legal maneuver at our disposal. We think America is already great, and we intend to keep it that way. WebsiteEmail Contacts Jory Bennett, Leader, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Community Development, Education, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Location of Meetings
    Varies
    Group Size
    20–30 members
  • New Orleans Brady Campaign Chapter
    New Orleans, LA 70122
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. Email Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

Maine

  • Suit Up Maine
    Waldoboro, ME 04572
    ? Suit Up Maine is a state-wide progressive grassroots network of more than 5,200 residents who work to raise awareness of and advocate for policies, legislation, and initiatives related to civil rights, social justice, healthcare, the environment, education, and other areas that affect the lives of all Mainers. WebsiteEmail Contacts Kelli Whitlock Burton, Co-Leader, emailKarin Leuthy, Co-Leader, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Disability Advocacy, Economic Justice, Education, Elections & Voting, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Government Reform, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Group Size
    50+ members

Maryland

  • Safe Spaces
    Baltimore, MD
    Contacts Shannon, emailDarcy, email  
  • Corruption Reform
    Baltimore, MD
    Contacts Matthew, email  
  • Safe Spaces for Small Businesses
    Baltimore, MD
    Contacts Justin, email  
  • ACA Groups
    Baltimore, MD
    Contacts Nick, email  
  • Baltimore Women United
    Baltimore, MD
    A coalition of Baltimore women from all over the city, uniting together to be a force of engagement, action, solutions, and hope in the city and across the state. We have a range of experience, races, ages, backgrounds, and perspectives, working towards a unified voice. Contacts Allie, email  
  • Local Environmental Concerns
    Baltimore, MD
    Contacts Sheila, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues
  • PAC on Behalf of Minority Groups
    Baltimore, MD
    Contacts Koli, email  
  • Global Environmental Concerns
    Baltimore, MD
    Contacts Paul, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues

Massachusetts

  • Indivisible MA – 5th CD
    Boston, MA
    Website Contacts Andrew, email  
  • Our Indivisible Revolution
    Dedham, MA 02026
    A group of Bernie campaigners and general resistants Email Contacts Eldon Clingan, Moderator, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Economic Justice, Education, Elections & Voting, Government Reform, Healthcare, Immigration, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Group Size
    40–50 members
  • Boston Action Group
    Boston, MA
    Contacts Gregg, email Issues
    General Resistance
  • Valley Action Group
    Hadley, MA
    Valley Action Group is an organization dedicated to increasing civic participation through education, support, and action. Members work together on a range of issues focusing on justice and equity. Website Contacts Gloria DiFulvio , email Issues
    General Resistance
  • Boston Indivisible Progressive Action Group
    Boston, MA
    Our mission is to oppose/block the GOP agenda and elect more Democrats at all levels of government. Website Contacts email Issues
    General Resistance
    Location of Meetings
    We are a greater Boston group, and our meetings will move to locations most convenient for those that RSVP each time.

Michigan

  • Michigan Million Mom March Chapter
    Algonac, MI 48001
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control
  • Amnesty International MI: Local Group 78, Detroit
    Detroit, MI 48223
    Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights. WebsiteEmail Contacts Amnesty International Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Racial Justice

Minnesota

  • Twin Cities Brady Campaign Chapter
    Minneapolis, MN 55401
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. Email Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control
  • Center for Popular Democracy
    Minneapolis, MN 55401
    We’re building a rising movement of people fighting for a future of opportunity, equality, and inclusion. CPD Action works on campaigns that expand the voice and power of workers, communities of color, and immigrants on issues of economic and racial justice. WebsiteEmail Contacts CPD Contact, POC, email Issues
    Economic Justice, Immigration, Racial Justice

Mississippi

  • Action Together Oxford
    Oxford, MS 38655
    We organize acts of resistance, local and national – Town Halls, postcard parties, nurturing alternative local candidates for office, etc.! Email Contacts Kris Belden-Adams, Leader, email Issues
    General Resistance
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Indivisible MS
    Oxford, MS
    Contacts Sean, email  
  • LGBTQ+
    Oxford, MS
    Contacts Jonathan, emailBlake, email Issues
    LGBTQ+
  • Jackson Action Group
    Jackson, MS
    Contacts Linda, email Issues
    General Resistance
  • Indivisible Desoto
    Oxford, MS
    Contacts Gregg, email  
  • Immigration
    Oxford, MS
    Contacts Mimi, email Issues
    Immigration
  • Food Insecurity
    Oxford, MS
    Contacts Betsy, email  
  • Campaign Finance Reform
    Oxford, MS
    Contacts Mason, email Issues
    Economic Justice

Missouri

  • CountHER Movement
    St. Louis, MO 63124
    CountHER Movement is a force of progressive women and men who discuss vital issues with the goal of deepening our knowledge and contributing to public discourse. We strive to counteract complacency in ourselves, our communities, and the world. WebsiteEmail Contacts Jocelyn Fundoukos, co-founder, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Economic Justice, Education, Elections & Voting, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Media & Creative Professionals, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Group Size
    30–40 members
  • Jefferson City Feminists
    Jefferson City, MO
    Contacts Sue, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Organization for Black Struggle
    St. Louis, MO 63115
    Organization building a movement that fights for political empowerment, economic justice and the cultural dignity of the African-American community, especially the Black working class. WebsiteEmail Contacts OBS Contact, POC, email Issues
    Economic Justice, Racial Justice

Montana

  • NRDC Montana
    Bozeman, MT 59715
    NRDC works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. WebsiteEmail Contacts NRDC Contact, POC, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Montana
    Helena, MT 59624
    NARAL Pro-Choice Montana, the state’s largest grassroots organization dedicated solely to reproductive rights, has been working to protect choice in Montana for more than 30 years. We envision Montana communities in which every pregnancy is wanted, every child welcomed, every woman respected and we are determined to build them from the grassroots up. WebsiteEmail Contacts NARAL Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare

Nebraska

  • Indivisible Omaha
    Omaha, NE
    Angelic Troublemakers. Currently agitating for no-show MofC to hold town halls. WebsiteEmail Contacts Lynn Allen, email Issues
    Healthcare

Nevada

  • NARAL Pro-Choice Nevada
    Las Vegas, NV 89085
    The 1.2 million member activists of NARAL Pro-Choice America fight for reproductive freedom for every person in every state. Each day, we organize and mobilize to protect that freedom by fighting for access to abortion care, birth control, paid parental leave and protections from pregnancy discrimination. WebsiteEmail Contacts NARAL Nevada Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare
  • Southern Nevada Brady Campaign Chapter
    Henderson, NV 89052
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

New Hampshire

  • Be The Change
    NH
    Fighting for women’s rights. Contacts Jami, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health

New Jersey

  • STAND Central New Jersey
    NJ
    Stand Central NJ is focused on taking back seats of power in NJ by growing, harnessing, and mobilizing local constituent power. We support our democracy from the ground up, by fighting for social justice, economic opportunity, and basic human rights for all. STAND CNJ covers 6 Counties in NJ: Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Hunterdon, Ocean, and Somerset. Meetings take place throughout the region. WebsiteEmail Contacts Joy, email  
  • The Indivisible Women of SOMA
    NJ
    Indivisible Women of SOMA is a small progressive action group that is dedicated to resisting the Trump agenda on the grassroots level, through organized action and the shared values of equality, justice, decency, integrity, and kindness. Meet in S. Orange & Maplewood, NJ. Stand Central NJ is focused on taking back seats of power in NJ by growing, harnessing, and mobilizing local constituent power. We support our democracy from the ground up, by fighting for social justice, economic opportunity, and basic human rights for all. Contacts Stephanie, email Location of Meetings
    South Orange, New Jersey
  • MOBILIZE NOT NORMALIZE – PROTECT OUR DEMOCRACY
    NJ
    We take action on a range of issues that threaten our democracy. We mobilize and resist against the current administration on Foreign Policy, Conflicts of Interest, National Security, the Dept. of Justice, Office of Professional Ethics, Black Lives Matter and Racial Injustice, Women’s rights and issues, healthcare, and more. The goal is to protect and defend against the dismantling of our democracy in areas most passionate to our members. We’ll shift our focus and organize depending upon their interests, and as real time political events demand. Contacts Trisha, email Issues
    General Resistance, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Racial Justice, Healthcare

New Mexico

  • New Mexico is Watching
    NM
    An action group that makes participating in progressive politics easy. With an eye on resisting the Trump agenda at the state level, we send a weekly email that contains simple actions. We invite you to participate at whatever level your schedule allows. Website Contacts Amelia, emailMarisa, email Issues
    General Resistance
  • New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty
    Albuquerque, NM 87102
    The New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty’s mission is to advance economic and social justice through education, advocacy, and litigation. We work with low-income New Mexicans to improve living conditions, increase opportunities, and protect the rights of people living in poverty. WebsiteEmail Contacts NMLP Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice

New York

  • Common Defense
    New York, NY 10016
    Common Defense is a diverse, grassroots political action committee of U.S. veterans and military family members fighting to preserve the core values we swore to uphold and defend. Together we vow to protect our communities from hate and violence, to serve on the front lines for social, economic, and environmental justice, and to champion a truly equitable and representative democracy. WebsiteEmail Contacts Pam Campos-Palma, Executive Director, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Community Development, Disability Advocacy, Economic Justice, Education, Elections & Voting, Expat/International, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Government Reform, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Action Brooklyn
    Brooklyn, NY 11216
    Working to promote voting rights nationwide Email Contacts autumn dornfeld, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Citizens Union
    New York, NY 10007
    New Yorkers making democracy work. WebsiteEmail Contacts Priscilla Grim, Marketing and Communications Manager, email Issues
    Community Development, Education, Elections & Voting, Government Reform
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Raising Awareness Through Performance
    New York, NY
    A group of writers, artists, social justice comedians, and other tricksters who use attention-getting stunts, comedy, and performance to further the work of other action groups. Contacts Jeremy, email  
  • LGBTQ+
    New York, NY
    Creating safe spaces for all members of the LGBTQ+ community; aiding and preserving rights, and safety for the LGBTQ+ community. Contacts Dylan, email Issues
    LGBTQ+
  • Big Money Out (of politics)
    New York, NY
    Contacts Josh, email  
  • Appointments + The Supreme Court
    New York, NY
    Contacts Danielle, email  
  • Pro-women NYC
    Brooklyn, NY
    Brooklyn-based network engaged in actions and information related to abortion access, health, freedom, safety, and more. Contacts Heidi, emailWinter, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Islamophobia / Hate
    New York, NY
    Contacts Lisa, email Issues
    Islamophobia
  • Climate Change
    New York, NY
    Seeking a new group leader. If you’re interested in heading this group, email our Organizing Director, Megan. Contacts Megan, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues
  • Gun Control Action Group
    New York, NY
    We leverage our collective creative capital to further the conversation about gun reform. Contacts Allie, email Issues
    Gun Control
  • Schools + Child Safety
    New York, NY
    Contacts Sasha, email Issues
    Education
  • NY Immigration Group
    New York, NY
    Our group is currently focusing on assisting at-risk you with immigration issues. This includes supporting youth advocates who have, and are working on, DACA issues; going into schools and providing resources and information to at-risk families; and advocating for local NY policies that can protect immigrant populations. Typically have one in-person meeting per quarter; otherwise have a call-in every 2-3 weeks to discuss agenda items. Contacts Lauren, emailAja, email Issues
    Immigration
  • Party Lines
    New York, NY
    Party Lines is a grass roots action group designed to inspire and activate nationwide “calling” parties, where citizens assemble their networks to call their reps and/or attend Town Hall meetings en masse, with a unified message of change. Party Lines merges the joyful energy of office and house parties, with an effective method of advocacy, in order to foster connection, inspire courage, activate citizens and protect our civil liberties. Website Contacts Sasha, email  
  • Democracy Lifejacket
    New York, NY
    Contacts Angela, email  
  • Mass Incarceration
    New York, NY
    Working to educate citizens about the issue of mass incarceration; taking local actions (e.g. Close Rikers campaign) to face the expansion of the carceral state. Contacts Eric, email  
  • Indivisible Suffolk County
    Suffolk County, NY
    Contacts Mara, email  
  • Forward Union
    New York, NY 10003
    Forward Union is a new platform connecting artists and art workers with critical social justice organizations. Our goal is to establish and support a coalition of causes, providing organizations with increased visibility within the art world and valuable access to creative resources and services. WebsiteEmail Contacts Rachel Nackman, Co-Founder, emailJennie Lamensdorf, Co-Founder, emailHolly Shen, Co-Founder, emailJulia Clark, Co-Founder, emailLauren Jones, Co-Founder, email Issues
    Community Development, Media & Creative Professionals, General Resistance
    Group Size
    10–20 members
  • Team4NC
    New York, NY 10013
    Team4NC encourages progressive donors to fundraise, volunteer, raise awareness, and advocate for grassroots voter mobilization and voting rights efforts in the critical battleground state of North Carolina. By supporting sustainable, on-the-ground organizations and progressive candidates, Team4NC’s efforts will emphasize giving voice to all North Carolinians and minimizing the flaws in our imperfect electoral system. WebsiteEmail Contacts Rachel Nackman, emailPaul Curtis, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Upper West Side MoveOn/Indivisible Action Group
    New York, NY 10025
    Resistance group focusing on impeding GOP/Trump legislative agenda through reaching out [phones/texting/canvassing/door knocking] to constituents in red districts to pressure their Republican representatives as well as in turning the House Blue in 2018 WebsiteEmail Contacts Arlene Geiger, Founder and coordinator, email Issues
    Economic Justice, Elections & Voting, Healthcare, General Resistance
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • This Is My Oath
    New York, NY
    We aim to inspire every American—no matter who you voted for—to take your own oath to fight for the rights of already vulnerable communities being targeted by Trump and his administration. We will provide the resources, ideas, and support you need to go farther than hashtag activism and the confines of your social bubble. Website Contacts Heather, email  
  • Politics
    Brooklyn, NY
    Politics Club is a group of Brooklyn neighbors dedicated to improving our community and nation through positive political advocacy. Our goal is to build a strong, active, energized community in the DUMBO/VINEGAR HILL/DOWNTOWN BK/BKH area in which every citizen feels empowered to advocate and VOTE for progressive/democratic candidates in the Midterm 2018 and Presidential 2020 elections. Website Contacts Amanda, emailKatie, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Creatives In Action
    New York, NY
    Creatives in Action is a collective of artists, media professionals and activists who are working together to resist Trump and his authoritarian, racist and corrupt agenda — through art, and through direct political action. We welcome members regardless of profession or skill set. We host guest speakers at our monthly meetings, and provide our members with opportunities to volunteer with and create media for progressive grassroots organizations. Contacts Jenny, emailJennifer, email  
  • The Resistance Media Collective
    New York, NY
    The Resistance Media Action Group brings together media professionals and passionistas who want to use their love of video, photography, graphics, animation, music, social media, etc. to amplify the work of resistance groups across the country. Contacts Kathryn, email Location of Meetings
    Herald Square, New York, NY
  • Community in Action
    New York, NY
    Contacts Erica, emailSari, emailLaurel, email  
  • Action Together Rochester
    Rochester, NY 14620
    We fight for progressive causes through collaboration, education and advocacy in our community. WebsiteEmail Contacts Bonnie Butkas, Co-leader, Co-founder, emailAmanda Flannery, Co-leader, Co-founder, emailAshley Gantt, Co-leader, Diversity co-chair, emailLashara Evans, Co-leader, Diversity Co-chair, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Disability Advocacy, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare, Immigration, LGBTQ+, General Resistance
    Location of Meetings
    Varies
    Group Size
    50+ members

North Carolina

  • Education
    Charlotte, NC
    We are a collective of concerned citizens who value the public education system in North Carolina as a means to support a healthy, vibrant, and educated community. Contacts Janeen, email Issues
    Education
  • Fayetteville Women’s Action Network
    Fayetteville, NC
    The Fayetteville, NC Women’s Action Network was established on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at the Women’s March in Raleigh, NC. Created by women committed to supporting women’s rights and environmental protection through political education, collaborative relationships, and progressive action. WebsiteEmail Contacts Anne, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Protect GSO
    GreensboroProtect GSO, NC
    Protect GSO is an alliance to create grassroots safety & sanctuary for communities most targeted in this time: Black, undocumented, Muslim, refugee & LGBTQ. WebsiteEmail Contacts Andrew, email Issues
    LGBTQ+, Immigration, Racial Justice, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Islamophobia
  • Cohesion in the community
    Charlotte, NC
    Contacts Osiris, email Issues
    Community Development
  • Healthcare Wellness/ACA
    Charlotte, NC
    Contacts Ivey, email Issues
    Healthcare
  • South Carolina political issues
    Charlotte, NC
    We are aiming to team up with interested folks in Charlotte. Contacts Amy, email  
  • Women’s Rights & Health
    Charlotte, NC
    Contacts Sarah, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Small Business Economic Opportunity
    Charlotte, NC
    Contacts Sam, email  
  • Flush Gerrymander
    Charlotte, NC
    Replace gerrymandering (election rigging by political parties) with an independent process that draw election district lines so districts are as equitable as is possible. Website Contacts Harry, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Indivisible Piedmont, NC
    Piedmont, NC
    We’re following the national Indivisible playbook, and calling/visiting re: confirmations and Bannon’s addition to the NSC. Website Contacts    
  • Shakespeare in a Chair
    Charlotte, NC
    Introducing youth to the works of William Shakespeare through a series of after school programs, community workshops, and events. Website Contacts Mark, email Issues
    Education
    Location of Meetings
    Grier Heights, Charlotte, NC
  • Progressive Nation WNC
    Waynesville, NC 28786
    We are built on the belief that each and every one of us has the power to change the world for the better one action at a time. WebsiteEmail Contacts natasha bright, Co-Founder/Co-Director, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Community Development, Elections & Voting, Government Reform, Healthcare, Immigration, General Resistance
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • StrongerNC
    Wake Forest, NC 27587
    StrongerNC is committed to making activism easy by providing the tools, information and connections you need to be engaged in NC Politics. WebsiteEmail Contacts Jennifer Rudolph , Leadership Team, email Issues
    General Resistance
    Location of Meetings
    Chapters in Raleigh, Wake Forest, Asheville and Outer Banks
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Environment Action Group
    Charlotte, NC
    We are a group of folks who have agreed to partner on local events that we each have going on. We have agreed to all share info on upcoming events that are related to the environment, clean water, climate change, etc. and we all plan to support each other in our efforts. Website Contacts Steven, emailMaddie, emailAlea, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues

Ohio

  • NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio
    Cleveland, OH 44120
    NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio is committed to develop and sustain a constituency that uses the political process to guarantee every woman the right to make personal decisions regarding a full range of reproductive choices, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion. WebsiteEmail Contacts NARAL Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare
  • Dayton OH Brady Campaign Chapter
    Dayton, OH 45426
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

Oklahoma

  • Amnesty International OK: Local Group 238, Oklahoma City
    Oklahoma City, OK 73124
    Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights. WebsiteEmail Contacts Amnesty International Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Immigration, Racial Justice
  • Central Oklahoma Brady Chapter
    Oklahoma City, OK 73103
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

Oregon

  • Lane County (Eugene) Million Mom March Chapter
    Eugene, OR 97401
    The mission of the Brady organization and its Million Mom March is to create a safer America by cutting gun deaths in half by 2025. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control
  • Portland Action Group
    Portland, OR
    Contacts Sarah, email Issues
    General Resistance

Pennsylvania

  • Progressive Social Network
    Lebanon County, PA
    Progressive Social Network – Lebanon Area is a non-partisan, inclusive group dedicated to both advocacy and service for progressive items in our local area. Website Contacts Aimee, emailNatalie, email Location of Meetings
    Lebanon County, PA
  • Center for Popular Democracy
    Aliquippa, PA 15001
    We’re building a rising movement of people fighting for a future of opportunity, equality, and inclusion. CPD Action works on campaigns that expand the voice and power of workers, communities of color, and immigrants on issues of economic and racial justice. WebsiteEmail Contacts CPD Contact, POC, email Issues
    Economic Justice, Immigration, Racial Justice

Rhode Island

  • Rhode Island Brady Chapter
    Providence, RI 02903
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, POC, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

South Carolina

  • Indivisible Midlands
    Columbia, SC 29201
    We are a chapter of the Indivisible grassroots movement committed to uniting people within South Carolina’s 2nd District to increase voter participation in the Midlands, support progressive causes, resist the Trump agenda, and put pressure on our Members of Congress to represent all of their constituents. WebsiteEmail Contacts Julie Edwards, Co-Chair, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Disability Advocacy, Economic Justice, Education, Elections & Voting, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Amnesty International SC: Charleston Group 168
    Charleston, SC 29417
    Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights. WebsiteEmail Contacts Amnesty International Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Economic Justice, Education, Immigration, Racial Justice

Tennessee

  • Moms Demand Action
    Nashville, TN
    Contacts Kat, email  
  • Education
    Nashville, TN
    Contacts JR, email Issues
    Education
  • No Exceptions
    Nashville, TN
    Contacts Jeannie, email  
  • Protect Our Parks Nashville
    Nashville, TN
    Contacts Kimi, email  
  • Tennessee Anti-Fascism League
    Brentwood, TN
    Contacts Joseph, email  
  • Homes for All
    Nashville, TN
    Website Contacts Lauren, email  
  • Music and the Death of Facts
    Nashville, TN
    Contacts Rob, email  
  • Gerrymandering
    Nashville, TN
    Contacts Bob, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Davidson County Democratic Party
    Nashville, TN
    Contacts Whitney, email  

Texas

  • Women’s Rights & Health / Planned Parenthood
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Natasha, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Gun Control/Reform
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Rachel, emailKristine, email Issues
    Gun Control
  • Education Reform
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Rachel, emailKristine, email Issues
    Education
  • Environment & Climate
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Natasha, emailLeti, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues
  • GOTV/ Voter Mobilization
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Shirley, email Issues
    Elections & Voting
  • Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense
    Houston, TX
    Contacts Emily, email Issues
    Gun Control
  • North Texas Action Group (NTAG)
    McKinney, TX
    The North Texas Action Group (NTAG), based in McKinney, TX (Collin County) is currently forming. Contacts Patty, emailLaurie, email Issues
    General Resistance
  • Actions for Americans
    Houston, TX
    Actions for Americans is organizing to fight for a country where equality, opportunity, and respect are available to all citizens. WebsiteEmail Contacts Marieke, email  
  • Plano Action Group
    Plano, TX
    Contacts Kellee, email Issues
    General Resistance
  • Anti-Corruption + Government/Political Reform
    Austin, TX
    Pushing for reforms such as less money in politics, less corruption, abolishing the electoral college, better voting rights, less gerrymandering, etc. Contacts Jared, email Issues
    Government Reform
  • Institutionalized Racism + Mass Incarceration
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Emily, email Issues
    Racial Justice
  • Creatives & Media
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Robert, emailAtaollah, emailLorrie, emailKatie, email Issues
    Media & Creative Professionals
  • Reproductive Rights
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Jennifer, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Connectivity & Unity
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Curtis, email Issues
    Community Development
  • Assault Survivors & Sexual Assault
    Austin, TX
    Contacts Alana, email  

Vermont

  • Vermont Educators for Action
    VT
    We are predominantly educators in public schools and have been focusing on a variety of issues: immigration, hate crimes, education, health care–all issues that affect us and the students we work with. Contacts Stacey, email Issues
    Education, Racial Justice, Healthcare, Immigration
    Location of Meetings
    Brattleboro, VT

Virginia

  • NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia
    Alexandria, VA 22313
    We’re building political power for pro-choice Virginians and working to ensure every Virginia woman can make the personal reproductive decisions that are best for herself and her family, without stigma or political interference. This includes preventing unintended pregnancy, having healthy pregnancies and births, and choosing safe, legal abortion. WebsiteEmail Contacts NARAL Pro-Choice Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare
  • MotherBoard757
    Norfolk, VA 23507
    Connecting and Electing Progressives through advocacy. WebsiteEmail Contacts kelly faulkner, co founder, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues, Economic Justice, Elections & Voting, Free Speech/Media Accountability, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Government Reform, Gun Control, Healthcare, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice, General Resistance
    Location of Meetings
    varies
    Group Size
    50+ members
  • Richmond Brady Chapter
    Richmond, VA 23173
    Since 2000, members of the Million Mom March have been working tirelessly at the grassroots level to bring about a safer country with less gun violence. Together, we can prevent gun violence, save lives, and protect children in every neighborhood across America. WebsiteEmail Contacts Brady Campaign Contact, email Issues
    Education, Gun Control

Washington

  • Indianola Action Group
    Indianola, WA
    Contacts Bridget, email Issues
    General Resistance
  • Klickitat County Democrats
    White Salmon, WA
    Contacts Sasha, email  
  • 10 Actions 100 Days
    Seattle, WA
    The Women’s March set a new campaign for 10 Actions in 100 Days to keep the momentum going from the January 21, 2017 march. We want to give people of Seattle a place and tools to carry out these actions. Website Contacts Stephanie, email Location of Meetings
    Ballard, Seattle, WA
  • Supreme Court Nominations
    Seattle, WA
    Contacts Peggy, email  
  • Environmental Protection
    Seattle, WA
    Contacts Jennifer, email Issues
    Climate & Environmental Issues
  • CounterTrump
    Seattle, WA
    Contacts Rachel, email  
  • Neighborhood Action Coalition
    Seattle, WA
    Contacts Stephanie, email  

Wisconsin

  • NARAl Pro-Choice Wisconsin
    Madison, WI 53703
    Our members believe that when someone becomes pregnant, they have the right to choose between parenting, adoption, and abortion. Our work seeks to transform Wisconsin into a state that trusts women and allows them to create the families they choose in an environment of economic security and physical safety. We create political change by helping elect candidates and pass legislation that increases access to abortion, contraception, and other reproductive healthcare. Email Contacts NARAL Pro-Choice Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare
  • Our Wisconsin Revolution
    WI
    Email Contacts Peter & Max, email  

Wyoming

  • NARAL Pro-Choice Wyoming
    Laramie, WY 82073
    NARAL Pro-Choice Wyoming is a 501(c)(4) corporation that engages in lobbying, outreach, research, organizing, and much more. NARAL Pro-Choice Wyoming Education Project is a 501(c)(3) corporation that focuses on education, training, research, and public policy. All of our work is aimed at protecting and promoting access to a full range of reproductive health care options. WebsiteEmail Contacts NARAl Pro-Choice Contact, POC, email Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare
  • Wyoming Equality
    Cheyenne, WY 82001
    Wyoming Equality seeks to enhance the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in the Equality State by providing: Education, Information, Activities, Support, a Networking System, and an Advocacy System for people impacted by gender and sexual orientation issues. WebsiteEmail Contacts Wyoming Equality Contact, POC, email Issues
    Community Development, Education, Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Healthcare, LGBTQ+

Other

  • The Resistance: Peaceful Action (Virtual Group) The Resistance: Peaceful Action is a forum for concerned citizens/people who value and respect diversity. This consists of a platform that is pro-feminist, pro-civil rights, pro-LGBTQ+, pro-religious impartiality, pro-Paris agreement, pro-separation of church and state, pro-immigrant, pro-ERA, and we work to protect our Democratic institutions and processes. WebsiteEmail Contacts   Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health, Immigration, Islamophobia, LGBTQ+, Racial Justice
  • Our Next 4 Years Our Next 4 Years is interested in working with other groups to develop future PSAs and to push out completed ones through social networks. We also welcome additional volunteers with specific skill sets — professionals with animation experience. WebsiteEmail Contacts    
  • [email protected] Action [email protected] is an action amplifier for the advancement of equality for women and girls. To mobilize activists at every level of engagement and help avoid complacency and burnout, [email protected] delivers weekly motivation and 1-minute informational videos from effective change-makers along with creative, simple tasks designed to connect, inspire and mobilize. Meetings are currently being held in South Korea, where the group originated. They would love to collaborate with other groups to expand their reach. WebsiteEmail Contacts   Issues
    Gender Equality & Reproductive Health
  • Expat Action Group – Action Abroad Action Abroad will help organize those living abroad to take progressive action against damaging or oppressive policy and legislation. Website Contacts Emily, email  

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