Together, we made history at the Women’s March. Now take the next step!

by | Jan 31, 2017 | Reproductive Rights

The Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and sister marches around our country and the world were inspiring. It was a historic and vitally important day that brought together diverse people from every corner of our nation and all over the world to stand strong for women’s health, equality and economic security.

And protesters in airports and cities across the country united to stand strong against President Trump’s shameful immigration executive order.

This is undoubtedly a unique (and troubling) moment in time — a moment when the values and issues we care about most deeply are being challenged from every angle. Every day.

At the National Partnership, we get it. The Women’s March put the Trump administration and the new Congress on notice, but it was only the first step.

Now, we each must do everything we can to create a continuous drumbeat for women’s rights and human rights. We must show resistance and resilience. That’s why we urge you to stand strong with us and fight back against these relentless attacks.

Here are a few ways you can stay active and help keep the momentum going. Together, we will be a tireless voice for the values we cherish and the policies that promise equality, dignity and economic security for all women and families.

Contact Congress
President Trump’s cabinet is shaping up to be the least experienced and most anti-woman in our nation’s history. And our opponents in Congress are wasting no time introducing dangerous legislation. We need you to speak out regularly to tell your elected officials to stand against people and policies that would harm women and families — and, instead, to stand for policies that would promote economic security and equal opportunity. We will regularly update the most urgent actions to take. Visit the National Partnership’s homepage.
Call the U.S. Capitol switchboard at 202-224-3121 »

Show solidarity
If women’s rights matter to you, so do fundamental human rights. Stand in solidarity with organizations and groups that advocate for the values you believe in. Take action online and in your local community — and consider using the Indivisible guide to organize your own event. Seize every opportunity to advocate for the issues that matter to you. We are stronger together!
Download the Indivisible guide »

Be an ambassador
Use your voice to lift up issues that matter to women and families. Engage in meaningful conversation with your friends, family, colleagues and community members and ask them to join you in supporting the National Partnership. Ask about their advocacy interests and invite them to learn more about yours. And be sure to add your voice to the conversation by posting comments on social media, sharing a story or responding to one of our email messages.
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Sign a pledge and petition to stand strong
The first 100 days of a presidency can shape the next four years. Pledge to fight back during the Trump administration’s first 100 days (and beyond). And then urge the Trump administration to stop peddling alternative facts. Together, we’ll speak out against extremist politicians and their dangerous anti-woman, anti-worker agenda.
Sign the 100 days pledge »
Sign the “Alternative Facts = Lies” petition »

Tweet at President Trump
Use President Trump’s favorite communications channel and remind him that we’re watching and will hold him (and his administration) accountable.
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Become a monthly donor
Support the National Partnership’s #StandStrong100 emergency campaign by becoming a monthly donor. All you have to do is make a tax-deductible donation of $10 or more today. Your gift will automatically repeat once a month — and you can modify or cancel your giving at any time.
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Join us to stay informed
Everything is on the line, and things are happening quickly. Add your name to our activist email list to get notifications on the latest and most important ways you can take action. Join us on Facebook and Twitter — and keep an eye on our newsroom and blog.
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Stand strong and don’t lose hope!
We have a long road and tough fights ahead, but we’re in this for the long haul. Together, we’ll stand strong and not lose sight of our vision to make America more healthy, fair and family friendly. And together, we’ll be the strong, powerful voice women and families need.