HB3: Support for Students Experiencing Homelessness We know the last few years have hit working families very hard, often disproportionately more than families with more resources. And although federal funds […]
Oppose Georgia HB54 – School Voucher Bil
As we’ve said before, this is the bill that never dies. We will refer you to a recent article by In The Public Interest about school voucher bills and why […]
Advocate for the Okefenokee
Mining proposal adjacent to Okefenokee Swamp (from Georgia Audubon Society) This issue has been an action items at several points in the past. However, no firm decision has been made […]
Biden to Nominate Anti-abortion Judge in...
CALL THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY! Stop Biden from nominating an anti-abortion judge. It’s being reported that Biden plans on nominating Kentucky’s former solicitor general Chad Meredith, an anti-abortion advocate, to […]
Defend Reproductive Freedom
Call your senators and contact your representative today – you’ll be making a few quick calls using our patch through number and one link for your representative. First call is […]
Call to Action From The People’s CDC
Unfortunately, over the last few years, some of our institutions have come under attack and struggled to survive. Historian Timothy Snyder in his book, “On Tyranny: 20 Lessons From the […]
Peaceful Assembly, Cash Bail (Again), an...
As we careen toward sine die, the end of the 2022 Georgia legislative session, we see that legislators are rushing to get their pet bills in under the wire so […]
Take action: Right to Free Assembly Unde...
From Southern Center for Human Rights:Over the objections of the community, criminal legal reform and constitutional rights advocates, and local governments, the Senate passed SB 171, a bill that targets […]
State Alert! More School Vouchers and Mo...
It is our job to refute the lies. Timothy Snyder writes: To abandon facts is to abandon freedom. If nothing is true, then no one can criticize power, because there […]
Web Meeting: Laboratories of Autocracy? ...
Increasingly, state legislatures have passed extreme laws circumventing traditional standards of lawmaking. What caused this change? How can the average citizen participate to strengthen these institutions? Our guest, David Pepper, […]