Act Now: We Want Clean Power!

Our nation’s Clean Power Plan establishes the first national limits on carbon pollution from America’s power plants. It is the most significant step America has taken to reduce climate pollution and unleash clean energy innovation—all while saving lives and protecting public health. Trump’s Executive Order cancels this plan. Let’s tell EPA’s Scott Pruitt that we…

Act Now: Get to know the “Make America Worse” Budget

This is an action from the Progressive Action Global Exchange.  Get to know the Budget ”America First. A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again.” (Yes, it’s actually called that but we will refer to it as the Make America Worse Budget) Do this so you can contribute to resistance strategies that impact both domestic and…

Act Now! Participate in the Ides of Trump! 

1. Write one postcard. Write a dozen! Create your own cards, buy them, share them, it doesn’t matter as long as you write #TheIdes or #TheIdesOfTrump on them somewhere. 2. Take a picture of your cards and post them on social media (tagged with #TheIdesOfTrump or #TheIdes, please). This will help us verify our numbers….

Act Now: Global Town Hall with Rep Keith Ellison!

Americans Resisting Overseas is a non-partisan platform, but for those Democrats outside the USA, Democrats Abroad is a real thing, with real political power, and real representatives who have a responsibility to hear our voices from overseas. This Friday March 17th at 9am Eastern, we, Americans living overseas, will have a unique chance to be included…

Act now: Speak out against Republicare!

Speak out against Republicare! This week the ACA replacement bill was pushed through both the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Ways and Means committee. While estimates differ, most indicate as many as 15 million Americans could lose coverage. Learn more! This New York Times article offers an easy broken down comparison of the two bills and this map give comparisons…

Hear our Voice! Solidarity for Humanity Mobilizes from Switzerland

By Solidarity for Humanity, Switzerland. Like most other U.S. Americans abroad, those of us in Switzerland trying to stand up for our country and people, are still trying to determine how we can have the loudest voice despite having no actual representation in our country of residence or as citizens abroad back home. Because of…

Act Now: Fight the Muslim Ban!

A new Muslim Ban has been signed, which means it’s time once again to gear up to fight. Read an annotated version of the executive order here, and then call or skype the Capitol Hill Switchboard at 202-224-3121 and use the script below from The Revolutionary Love Project to ask your members of Congress (MoC) to take a public stand…

Art Resist: Ready in exile….

Ready in exile… By SC Yeowoo, Spain Call me when I’m “us” again when the barrel points at someone new Let me know so that I can join The hunt for the new terrorist too. Who will it be this time? Who will we offer to bear The price of liberty and justice — Freedom…

Participating in Women’s Day from Overseas? Resisterhood in Colombia has you covered.

By Resisterhood Medellin (Women´s March on Washington, Sister group). International Women’s Day (Wednesday, March 8th) celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievement of women. This year, it has also become a symbol for the International Women’s Strike, drawing in allies from 30 countries, including the Women’s March on Washington, calling on a Day Without…

Cubans told me as an American, “Welcome to the world.”

“We declare that democracy is not compatible with oligarchies or Ku Klux Klan or executions such as those of Rosenbergs. We declare that democracy does not reside only in votes, which have too often been manipulated by politicians and latifundistas. This is only a farce, not democracy.” – Fidel Castro 1960 By Emma Galvin. I’m…

Act Now: Defend Net Neutrality

You might have heard a lot of talk recently about Net Neutrality, which has come under fire once again by the new Federal Communications Commission chairman, Ajit Pai who calls equal access to the web “a mistake.” Still confused on what it is and why it’s important? Here’s a basic overview from the Wall Street…