Category Archives: Political Action 101

From the Climate March…

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by | September 29, 2014 · 5:13 pm

Web sites and magazines

(FeelingBlue recommendations, 2006)

  • TruthOut

    “We started TO in the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election hoping that we could reach a few people, have some small impact on the dialog, and maybe just maybe try to restore a little integrity. Today TO is visited more than 4 million times per month by readers seeking the straight story and wanting to be involved in building a better tomorrow.”

  • The Progressive Trail

    A public interest newsletter and policy information service that seeks to to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues.

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Daily Activism

I know we all live very busy lives. Work. Kids. Household chores. Hobbies. And it’s easy to think that you can leave activism up to others: some else will do it, not me. But believe me, you cannot sit this one out. If you don’t take action the Radical Right will destroy this great country and all that it stands for—equality, tolerance, and freedom. We cannot gamble away our proud nation. Your children’s future rests on your shoulders. I want my country back!

Becoming an activist is easy. Continue reading

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Start Your Own Coalition

Can’t Locate a Coalition near you? Start your own!

Begin with neighbors and friends.

Create a core group of individuals who demonstrate the qualities of commitment, consistency and passion. Based on this core group, you can now expand to include other like-minded individuals in your community whom you meet at or other progressive events. Or, you can serve as a Poll Greeter in primary or general elections to meet individuals willing to create a local community group.

Establish an Organizational Name

Try to come up with something memorable and to the point, Continue reading

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