PDA Weekly Review and Preview for 9/18/21
Mike Fox for the PDA National Team
Critically Important Work Continues: Here’s How You Can Help this Week
We’re proud that our sister organization PDA-CA was in there swinging to help the defeat of the recall of Gavin Newsom this past week, along with our efforts to generate participation in Finish the Job rallies across the country to support the Freedom to Vote Act.
We’ve also been fighting for a reconciliation bill that is maximally robust with expanded Medicare benefits, supporting prosecution of Jan. 6th insurrectionists, and working for justice for Afghan refugees.
Join us as we keep putting one foot in front of the other, getting closer to our goal of a more progressive world for all.
- Help make the country healthier.
PDA Healthcare Emergency Town Hall
Sunday, Sept. 19, 4pm Eastern
Special Guest Speaker: the Director of Communications for the national Single Payer advocacy group Healthcare-Now! Stephanie Nakajima, who will review their “Road to 218 + 51” plan on Legislative Advocacy and their more recent European Healthcare Project. If you haven’t already done so, RSVP here.
- Become a local Congressional Office Liaison. Work with others in your area to promote progressive legislation and end the filibuster in the Senate. Sign up here.
- Join the National Phone Team. Make easy calls from home to fellow PDA folks to ensure they’re in the know about important actions and candidates. We work 7 days a week, so whenever is good for you is good for us. Click here to join.
- For “Clicktivists”: Sign and share this petition to help Afghan refugees and provide humanitarian aid in-county. Sign to end the filibuster. Contact your Senators and tell them to expand Medicare coverage, invest in clean energy and infrastructure, and follow Bernie’s lead in the upcoming massive reconciliation bill. Also, tell them to pass the Freedom to Vote Act, and to find a way around the filibuster if need be.
- Can’t volunteer? Please contribute what you are able to afford and make it monthly if you can. There’s much to do, and we need the resources to make it all happen.
Thanks so much for anything you can do today, tomorrow, and every day this week.