UPCOMING EVENTS

KEY ACTIONS OF THE WEEK

  1. Voting Rights – Call Secretary of State Bill Gardener and Demand that he include postage on absentee ballots this fall!  (603-271-3242)
  2. Join us for phonebanking! – Sign up here. Every Wednesday at 5pm and Fridays at 12pm we join together on zoom and make calls to our neighbors. We’re making deep connections, getting people important information about how to vote absentee this fall, and recruiting new leaders to build our movement leading up to the 2020 elections.
  3. Pledge to vote & volunteer for RAD endorsed Gubernatorial candidate Adru Volinsky!
  4. Unemployment Crisis – Share out the Unemployment Story Form with anyone you know who’s facing unemployment
  5. COVID/People’s BailoutUse this “Phone to Action” tool to contact our Senators and demand they pass a People’s Bailout.

OTHER VOLUNTEER / STORY SHARE RESOURCES

  1. Movement Politics – See list of RAD’s NH endorsed candidates
  2. HealthcareMedicare for All Petition
  3. Public Education – COVID-19 Public Ed Story Form
  4. Renew (Jobs Guarantee & Climate Justice) 
    1. Renew Volunteer signup form
    2. Check out the short Renew policy Framework doc (or the longer version)
    3. Watch the Renew Policy Briefing video 
    4. Check out the Renew Alliance c3 website, & the Renew New England c4 website w/endorsed candidates
  5. Economic JusticeUnemployment Story Form, Raise the Wage Petition
    1. Check out the Unemployment Insurance Town Hall video
    2. Be a HERO: The Next COVID-19 Relief Package & How You Can Help video
  6. General “Share your Story” Form

RECOMMENDED READING

  1. Concord Monitor – Data: Blacks imprisoned at higher rate in N.H.
  2. NY Times – Why doesn’t the United states have universal health care? The answer has everything to do with race.
  3. Arnie Alpert – Opinion: Nackey Loeb and the Spread of Right-Wing Populism
  4. Center for American Progress – NH Fiscal Relief 2 page fact sheet
  5. WaPo – The Energy 202: Minority groups more likely to have limited access to nature, new report finds