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STOP Bobcat and Wolf Fur Export!

President Obama, We urge you to publicly review the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s export program, which facilitates the export of thousands of bobcat and wolf pelts each year, and continues to operate without environmental oversight. To date, the Service has refused to carefully consider the environmental impacts of not only the bobcat and wolf pelt export, but the effect on other species that are also caught and killed in traps.

Add your name: We are the movement for Black lives

Our work remains undone until our lives are free of violence. That is the future we imagine. Until that day comes: * We pledge togetherness—we will not allow ourselves to be divided. * We pledge to allow our thinking and actions to be guided by love. * We pledge to bring courage and power into our communities, and stop their flow out. * We pledge not to be controlled by fear, but instead by our dreams.

Arrest the police officer who shot Charles Kinsey

For too long, the police officers who shoot and attack Black men and woman have failed to be held responsible for their crimes. If the investigation confirms the facts that have been reported, the police officer who shot Charles Kinsey, an unarmed Florida therapist, must be arrested, prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, and barred from working in the police department ever again.

Stand with Gov. Dayton and #BlackLivesMatter

Governor Dayton is under attack for speaking the truth: The data speak to a racial bias in police killings with people of color being killed at a rate disproportionate to their percentage of the population. Please support the governor's assertion and urge my your Minnesota state legislators to support police reform.

I work at the U.S. Senate, but I Slept on the Streets

The Democratic Platform Committee includes support for a Model Employer Executive Order—a critical initiative to protect low-wage workers. With the stroke of a pen, the next president could put 8 million low-wage federal contract workers like me on the path to the middle class.

Black Couple Taken from NC to TN to be Tried by All White Jury

You wouldn't believe it unless you realize that we are now living in the most racially charged society since 1968. Ricky and Trina Lanier were railroaded to a KKK district in Tennessee where only 5% black population and Confederate flags flew in parking lot of the courthouse. Denied a Jury of their peers and when a juror went outside to consult a DA from adjacent county the judge refused a new trial or even allow the Defense to question the jurors. Wrong is wrong and this bad. Attorney General Loretta Lynch needs to know about this case.

Justice for Alton Sterling

The Department of Justice must bring charges against the Baton Rouge police officers who killed Alton Sterling. Over and over again, we have been forced to witness the killings of Black people on video without any accountability. Local prosecutors have proven to be almost completely opposed to bringing charges against police. Now that the Department of Justice is leading the investigation, you have the authority to swiftly resolve this tragedy by prosecuting the officers who treated Alton Sterling's life with such disregard. Both you and President Obama have repeatedly emphasized the need to build trust between police and communities but...

TAKE ACTION: Get these hormone-disrupting chemicals out of our food!

I am deeply concerned that toxic chemicals called phthalates are allowed to be used as food additives. Exposure to this class of chemicals during pregnancy is linked to serious impairments to children's brains and to the reproductive systems of boys. Exposures during childhood are associated with developmental delays and serious learning disabilities. We must do a better job of protecting our children from chemicals. I urge the FDA to stop allowing toxic phthalates to be used as food additives. The brain development and reproductive capacity of a generation of children are on the line. Thank you for your consideration of...

End Superdelegates

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters are uniting to end superdelegates. The will of the voters should be decisive in determining the Democratic nominees for the country’s highest offices.

Schedule a Vote on the 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act

Both the Democrats and Republicans made re-instating Glass-Steagall a part of their party’s official platform. Congress must quickly back this up with action. The 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act is a bipartisan bill to restore a modern version of Glass-Steagall. To fulfill the promise of the DNC and RNC platform language, the Chairs of the House Financial Services and Senate Banking Committees should move this legislation forward as soon as possible.

Keep Ferry Food Local!

Don't let the Washington State Ferries replace local companies with a multi-national corporation. Protect Washington small businesses and local jobs!

Tell Congress and Pres. Obama: Defund police that continue to kill Black people

Black people and their allies have been boldly advocating for police reform and accountability to end the unjust murders of Black people by police for years, but nothing is changing. We need you to use the power of the federal government to halt police departments that refuse to implement the reforms needed to protect Black lives. Our criminal justice system is not properly holding police accountable. We must defund police departments that employ officers who are quick to kill and condone practices that do not value Black life. Our nation, politicians and many police are in agreement that police departments...

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