Action Alert

Be An Advocate for Racial Justice - Sign the Pledge

Not only is it time to acknowledge the harm done by racism past and present, it is also the time to start to repair some of that damage. 

Speak out in support of the Endangered Species Act

The Biden administration is about to start the first of what will likely be several official rulemakings to reverse the last administration’s rollbacks of the Endangered Species Act, one of the most effective tools we have for protecting wildlife and its habitat.  There are two things you can do right now to help:  LEARN and TAKE ACTION.

Individual letter to sign in opposition to US interference in Nicaraguan elections

Individual letter to sign in opposition to US interference in Nicaraguan elections

Petition calls for A-bomb victims to be remembered during Olympics

A former mayor of Hiroshima has launched an online petition calling for a moment of silence to be observed during the Tokyo Olympics at the time the atomic bomb was dropped on his western Japan city on Aug. 6.

Legislation to expand community solar has been introduced. Your action is needed!

On Tuesday, July 13 Senator Duey Stroebel (R - Saukville) and Representative Timothy Ramthun (R - Campbellsport) released legislation to expand access to community solar in Wisconsin. They have asked other members of the legislature to sign on as co-sponsors of the bill. The deadline to co-sponsor the bill is Friday, July 23rd.  Ask Your Legislators to Co-Sponsor the Bill!

Make a Call: "No First Use of nuclear weapons!"

Contact your members of Congress today and demand they oppose any funding for new nuclear weapons!

On this day, seventy six years ago, the world was forever changed when the U.S. detonated the world’s first nuclear device in the Trinity nuclear test. 

Conducted in the desert of southern New Mexico, it began the morally corrupt, racist, and lethal legacy of nuclear weapons. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) “New Mexico residents were neither warned before the Trinity blast, informed of health hazards afterward, nor evacuated before, during, or after the test. Exposure rates in public areas from the world’s first nuclear explosion were measured at levels 10,000- times higher than currently allowed.” Sadly, it’s no surprise that the downwinders of Trinity were largely impoverished agricultural families, mostly Hispanic and Native.

Add your name: Tell Congress to cancel the F-35 Failed Fighter Jet

It's not just a Madison issue. It's not just a Wisconsin issue. It's not even just a U.S. issue.  There are groups like ours in many other states - and countries - opposing the F-35 joint strike fighter jets for a multitude of reasons. Safe Skies will be contributing toward building a coordinated national campaign. 

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