I AM AFRICA
The I Am Africa Campaign is a pan-African grassroots campaign driven by the energy and aspirations of the continent's young people. I Am Africa represents every tribe, religion, class and creed that makes up the beauty of Africa.
We are here to leverage the momentum and motivations of young people and their vision for this region.
The Supreme Court ruling in Janus v. AFSCME abandons decades of commonsense precedent in favor of greater rights for greedy corporations. Share this graphic to let people know you will continue to support working people’s freedom to stand together for a better life.
This is a global call to support the CVF Summit which will take place on 22 November 2018. The CVF Summit aims to accelerate political action to enhance ambition on climate action by 2020 and ensure the world meets the goals under the Paris Agreement.
The goal of the campaign is to raise awareness about the dangers of plastic pollution while offering a solution any individual can easily make. Not only are we providing a free reusable straw but also the education through our global OneLessStraw campaign. What better way to start your journey in declaring your independence from plastic straws?
Join us on Tuesday, June 26 for a National Call-In Day to #SaveTPS for Yemen.
Call your Representative and Senators at (202) 224-3121 to ask that they issue a statement and make a call to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in support of the extension and redesignation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Yemenis, ahead of the decision by DHS on July 5. #SaveTPS
Urge Congress to pass the Keep Families Together Act (S. 3036) to prohibit the separation of children from their parents.
S. 3036—the Keep Families Together Act—can stop the inhumane practice of taking children away from their parents who are trying to enter the United States—and the NAACP supports and urges its immediate enactment
What You Can Do to Help
27 states allow juvenile sex trafficking victims to be arrested and prosecuted for prostitution offenses. Punishing survivors creates social and legal contradictions that undermine both national and local efforts to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children in the U.S. A punitive response exasperates the harm that youth survivors experience and prevents states from delivering comprehensive services, protection, and care.
The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality. The campaign carries forward the vision that Martin Luther King Jr. was striving toward in the original Poor People's Campaign in 1968 when he was assassinated.