Sign Making Tutorial – Twitter Tutorial – Moral Agenda
Key Websites – Donation Priorities
Above: Mark and Tom protesting at the corner of Cerrillos and St. Francis, Santa Fe, New Mexico on September 8, 2020. Following are more political action materials from the 2020 campaign.
SIGN MAKING TUTORIAL
Easy step by step instructions on how to make signs
like those above, that can be easily read by passing
traffic or in protest gatherings. Click here.
TWITTER TUTORIAL FOR 2020
Twitter is one of the most powerful of modern social media tools.
And it is accessible to anyone who is willing to put in just a little
effort. (Reading these pages will take less than 30 minutes and you can send out your first tweet in less than an hour.) This tutorial is intended to take you through the basics of how to sign up and how to send tweets. It gives the main part of a list of twitter addresses that has been built up over years, and is useful in progressive political advocacy. You can send out your first tweet in less than an hour. Click here.
by the Poor Peoples’ Campaign (June 2020)
is the most complete assessment of social injustice in the United States I have ever seen. Every assertion is backed up by publicly available data. And it includes detailed recommendations (called demands) for taking action. It is 15 pages long, but can be read in an hour. It provides a social justice perspective that brings coherence to all the individual causes we advocate. Click here.
a very partial list
partial list – Donate via ActBlue.com
KY Amy McGrath (v. MoscowMitch)
ME Sara Gideon (v. Susan Collins)
NC Cal Cunningham (v. Tom Tillis)
SC Jamie Harrison (v. Lindsey Graham)
TX MJ Hegar (v. John Cornyn)
NM Xochitl Torres Small (v. Yvette Herrel)
MN Tina Smith (friend) (re-election)
IA Theresa Greenfield (v. Jodi Ernst)
AZ Mark Kelly (v. Martha McSally)
CA Phil Arballo (v. Devin Nunez)
OH Shanon Freshour (v. Jim Jordan)
KS Barbara Bollier (v. Roger Marshall)
AL Doug Jones (re-election)
GA Fair Fight
DCCC & DSCC