This page contains additional links and information providing tools, resources and ways to take action to resist Trump and his agenda. It also contains links focused on working to win elections. Links to various media outlets are also included on this page.
Three Parks Stop Trump Action Page
Grab Your Wallet Boycott
Indivisible Guide Scripts for Calling your Representatives
Adopt a District Local Organizing Guide
Rogan’s “To-do” for Today
Take A Stance
Organizing for Action
Rise and Resist
Daily Kos Campaigns
We the People: The Democracy Project
International Rescue Committee
National Immigration Law Center
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
NY Immigration Coalition
Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrants Rights
NYIC Immigration Toolkit
NYC Resources for Immigrants
International Refugee Assistance Project
Adopt a State
Let America Vote
Spread the Vote
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
Run for Something
Emerge America/Emerge New York
The Broad Room NYC
National Democratic Redistricting Committee
Southern Poverty Law Center
NY Civil Liberties Union
DARE and Pen America’s Daily Alert On Rights And Expression
Committee to Protect Journalists
How Cities Can Resist Trump’s FBI Through Local Laws
The Marshall Project
Advancing Progressive Initiatives
New York City/New York State
Rep. Your Block on NY County Committee
NYC Campaign Finance Summary 2017 Citywide Elections
NYC Campaign Finance Board
Three Parks Independent Democrats
We Are NY Values
Melissa Elstein Local NYC Organizing Resource Guide
Raise the Age NY
Make the Road NY
Make NY True Blue
NYC and NYS news
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