We Honor Justice Ginsburg By Continuing Our Work For Justice.

Sep 19, 2020

In solidarity,

Mike Fox for Alan, Dr. Bill, Dan, Donna, Janis, Deb, Bryan, Kimberly, and Mike H. — your PDA National Team


We Will Keep Your Spirit Alive Through Our Actions, Justice Ginsburg

While we certainly mourn the passing of the giant for justice that was Ruth Bader Ginsburg, we’re confident that the best way for us to honor her legacy is by doubling down on a commitment to justice.

In that spirit, we’re proud that over the past week we’ve stood for the nearly 200,000 who have fallen to COVID in vigils across the country.  Gathered online to get energized and organized with Thomas Frank in our largest single online event to date.  Stood for racial justice and equality in our efforts with Rep. Barbara Lee’s Truth Week, and continued to make calls to voters on behalf of candidates who embody the same passionate commitment to justice that RGB did.

Please join us as we continue to fight in the spirit of Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the following ways over the upcoming week.

1) Join our Healthcare Emergency Virtual Town Hall Sunday, Sept. 20, 4pm ET, 1pm PTClick here for the secure codes.

2) Join us Monday, Sept. 21 at 8pm Eastern as we recognize the International Day of Peace with a special online showing of We Are Many, a documentary about the single largest day of international protest for peace. featuring discussion with Noam Chomsky, Jesse Jackson, Medea Benjamin, Danny Glover and more.  Get your ticket here.

3) Become an Educate Congress Letter Drop Liaison.  Your job: connect with your local congressional office once a month to educate them about PDA-endorsed progressive legislation.

4) Join our phone team.  Help us get tremendous progressives elected by making simple calls to PDA folks from home.

5) Join our Facebook Canvassing Team. While calls are most effective, if you just can’t pick up a phone, this is a productive option.

Justice Ginsburg accomplished much.  Thank you for anything you can do to honor her efforts and memory.