Post-March actions you can do now
After the #FamiliesBelongTogether Marches, what now?
P.U.C. Approves Line 3. What's Next?
THANK YOU! Women’s March Minnesota deeply appreciates the support of the many individuals, communities, and organizations who join in our purpose of harnessing the power of women and their communities to create transformative social change.
We came together SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, in unity to fight all forms of oppression and injustice, because when we are together we are UNSTOPPABLE!
Here are actions you can take now.
Children must be reunited with their families. Children should not be in detention centers.
Last week, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved Line 3, but there is still a long way to go before Enbridge can start construction on the tar sands oil pipeline.
Final days of argument before PUC decision on Line 3. Can you attend?
More horrors keep emerging on the family separation policy: 2,300 children removed from their parents in 6 weeks; younger kids and toddlers housed in “tender age” shelters; no plan yet on how to reunite kids with their parents!
Sex Trafficking Prevention Bill
There are 3 or possibly 4 more days left of the Public Utility Commission meeting to discuss the pros and cons of the Line 3 project. At the end of these meetings, the PUC will decide if Line 3 goes ahead.
Demand a Clean DREAM Act
A bill that needs to get a hearing this session and be voted in - a Sex Trafficking Prevention Bill aimed at bringing sex trafficking awareness into the school curriculum. Proposed by an enterprising group of Hopkins High School students (Girls United MN), this bill has bipartisan support.
New Gun Regulations Introduced
In March 2018, an estimated 1,500 people will begin to lose current DACA status every day. To prevent this, Congress must act to pass the Dream Act into law.
Following the mass shooting in Las Vegas, a number of new bills on gun regulation have been introduced. Here are a few of them. Let’s help them get through!