Scripts For Calling Your Representatives

It can feel scary to know what to say when calling your senator, member of congress, governor, or local elected officials. But we're here to help!

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19 Things You Can Do To Stop Gun Violence

There are so many things we can each do to prevent gun violence, school shootings, suicide, and more. We've compiled a list of resources for you to get started...
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How to Stop School Shootings (Stats + Script for Contacting Elected Officials)

Between 2009 and 2018, the U.S. had 57 times more school shootings than the rest of the G7 countries combined. Here's how to help bring an end to school shootings.
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How to Support LGBTQ+ Youth in Texas & Florida (Orgs + Script)

Homophobic and transphobic legislation is harming young people across the United States. We've compiled a list of resources and action items to help you protect the LGBTQ+ youth in your community...
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How To Hold Your Elected Officials Accountable

While not every representative is open-minded, a majority of representatives really do want to listen to their constituents, if for no other reason than to ensure that they get re-elected. So hold them accountable all term long.
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Calling for Change: The Ultimate Guide on How To Contact Your Elected Representatives

Your elected representatives are here to serve you and your community's interests. Reaching out to them is one major way to make change in the United States.
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The Media Isn't Talking About Climate Change Enough — Here's Why, and How You Can Help Change That

Climate change is consistently being left out of relevant reporting about climate change-caused disasters like hurricanes, wildfires, and flooding. We put together a guide on how to contact local and national media — and what to say to encourage them to change their reporting.
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