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Featured Actions

Pledge to be an Abortion Advocate

One in three American women now live in states where they no longer have control over their bodies. Now more than ever, we need abortion advocates to join us in an effort to protect abortion access. Pledge to be an abortion advocate with USOW today, and to take your activism to the next level.

Support Employees with Disabilities

Employees with disabilities deserve to be paid a living wage. Join the American Association for People with Disabilities in supporting the Transformation to Competitive Integrated Employment Act and urge our elected officials to recognize the importance of fair and competitive disability employment.

Register to Vote

It’s important to vote in every election and use our voice to fight for the change we want to see. Take just a few minutes to register to vote or check your registration status.

The Feminist To-Do List

 It takes less than one minute to fight the patriarchy

Want to get involved but only have a few minutes to do so? Check out these quick actions you can take!

Abortion Bans Are Racist

The criminalization of abortion care hurts Black and brown people the most. Everyone deserves to make their own healthcare decisions with support and compassion, not punishment. Join URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity in saying NO to racist abortion bans!

Pass Policies that Protect Families

It’s a new year and we have a new Congress; this means new opportunities to pass the policies that matter most to our families! Join MomsRising by using your voice to make sure Congress prioritizes the needs of our families, communities, and economy.

Protect Student Debt Cancellation

With the Supreme Court expected to decide on whether debt cancellation can move forward, now more than ever, we need to make our voices heard! Join Student Debt Crisis Center in telling the Supreme Court how student debt impacts you and why you support debt cancellation. Sharing your experience will be critical to protecting President Biden’s debt cancellation plan and future relief.

Protect Sacred Places

We must all stand together to protect sacred places. Sign Native Organizers Alliance’s petition supporting two bills that would help increase Indigenous voices and bring more Indigenous input to decisions regarding Native places on federal lands.

Georgia Needs a Reproductive Freedom Act

Georgia needs a Reproductive Freedom Act! Sign Amplify Georgia’s petition demanding that Georgia lawmakers repeal the bans that stand between us and our care and affirm our right to decide.

For the five minute feminist

Have some extra time to commit to taking action today? These actions are perfect for you!

Welcome to Woman Corp

Did you know that any corporation in America has more constitutional protections than women? Welcome to Woman Corp, the only woman in America the government will fight to protect. That will change if we demand the #ERANow! It’s time to let our senators know we mean business.

Join the Movement to End Sexual Violence

It’s been 5 years since the #MeToo movement went viral. Join me too. International in celebrating their groundbreaking progress by joining the movement to end sexual violence! Head to their website or text METOOACTION to 24020 to join.

Help Make the State House, Her House

It’s time for all 50 states to have women as the majority. VoteRunLead’s Run51 initiative is working to ensure all 50 states have a women majority in their state legislatures. Sign up to run or nominate a co-worker or friend to run for public office in their state!

State Guide on Employment Rights for Survivors

Financial independence is critical for people experiencing gender-based violence. It can be challenging to escape abuse if they lose their jobs. Check out Futures Without Violence’s State Guide on Employment Rights for Survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking to learn more about ways states can enact workplace protections for survivors of violence.

Support the Working for Immigrant Safety and Empowerment Act

The Working for Immigrant Safety and Empowerment (WISE) Act is a comprehensive bill that extends critical immigration benefits to immigrant survivors of violence. The WISE Act aims to safeguard and improve existing protections for immigrant survivors in order to help them achieve safety and justice. Take action today to back critical protections for immigrant survivors.

For the volunteer with a vision

If you’ve got a few hours or more to spare, take your pick from the actions below!

Support Student Survivors

Calling all college students! RSVP to one of these virtual trainings hosted by It’s On Us to take action to defend student survivors. Learn about ways you can advocate for more comprehensive violence prevention education on your campus!

Expose Fake Clinics Monthly Virtual Action Hour

Join Abortion Access Front for their Expose Fake Clinics monthly Virtual Action Hour. This event is open to anyone across the country who is pro-abortion access and looking to warn people in their community about fake clinics AKA crisis pregnancy centers.

SuperWomen Wednesday

Join Supermajority every Wednesday for Superwomen Wednesday! SuperWomen Wednesday is a place for the Supermajority community to come together to learn and take action. It is an entry point for anyone new to volunteering and also a place for seasoned volunteers to take meaningful action on a consistent basis.

Become an SDCC Ambassador

Volunteer to help Student Debt Crisis Center help spread the word about student debt cancellation and help others apply! As an Ambassador, you can become the reason why someone’s life is changed through student debt cancellation!

Become an LGBTQ+ Youth Crisis Support Counselor

Make a difference by volunteering with The Trevor Project to support LGBTQ young people! As a Crisis Support Counselor, you will be on the front lines, working one on one with LGBTQ young people to help them navigate tough times and to prevent suicide.