Action Alert

Volunteer as a Voces Election Observer on Election Day! in Milwaukee, Green Bay, Madison, Racine or Waukesha

As we continue to face relentless, anti-democratic attacks on the right to vote, Voces staff and members like you have worked tirelessly to ensure that every voter can cast their ballot before or on November 3. Thank you. We have one more extremely important role that we need you and trusted friends to play to continue our fight. In this historic election, each vote is crucial for shaping the future of our democracy.  Help us ensure that every eligible voter can cast their ballot safely, freely and without intimidation, by volunteering as a Voces Election Observer on Election Day!

Share your event: Hit the streets on November 4 and 7 to defend democracy

Hundreds of groups are planning a day of nationwide marches to demand all votes are counted and to ensure the fair and peaceful election result. A massive show of numbers throughout the country will demonstrate our resolve to choosedemocracy.

Voter Support and Protection at the Polls

Below is information on various trainings and opportunities to do election protection at the polls on election day, as clergy or as lay people:

Save the Wolf River from toxic metallic sulfide mining - Langlade County

What can you do to save the Wolf River from toxic metallic sulfide mining?

ACLU Alert: Advocate for Sex Work Decriminalization

As we all know, demands to end anti-Black police violence have been growing across the country for months – and even amidst this most pivotal election time, we cannot stop speaking out until the brutality ends. Sex workers need to be a part of that conversation. Police regularly target, harass, and assault sex workers – or people they think are sex workers, such as trans women of color. That's why it's time to talk about decriminalizing sex work – something the ACLU has supported since 1973.

Contact your Representatives: Congress must act now to prevent more COVID-19 outbreaks in nuclear power plants.

Nuclear power plants appear to be sites of COVID-19 super-spreader events, but government regulators are ignoring the problem. So says a coalition of safe-energy advocates who have been tracking the situation. The groups obtained copies of social media reports by workers at one plant, describing unsafe working conditions, over 200 COVID infection cases, multiple hospitalizations, at least one death, fears for their safety, and a lack of concern by corporate management.

People’s Maps Commission hearing Oct 29: Register by 5pm TODAY Oct 27

Speak Out for Fair Maps! Register in advance by visiting the People’s Maps Commission website by 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27. Every ten years, states use census data to create new congressional and legislative districts. When drawn well and fairly, the new maps are an accurate representation of the population and give people a say in every decision that effects their families and communities. And, proper maps allow us to elect leaders we choose, not who politicians choose for us.

The World Says No to War on Yemen - Add Your Group's Name!

Mon Jan 25th -  A CALL TO PROTEST INTERNATIONALLY - The World Says No to War on Yemen - Add Your Group's Name! Since 2015, the Saudi-led bombing and blockade of Yemen have killed tens of thousands of people and devastated the country. The U.N. calls this the largest humanitarian crisis on Earth. Half the country's people are on the brink of famine, the country has the world's worst cholera outbreak in modern history, and now Yemen has one of the very worst COVID death rates in the world: It kills 1 in 4 people it infects.

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