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Stand Up for Our Right to Free Speech, Assemble & Protest

Stand Up for Our Right to Free Speech, Assemble & Protest

ACT NOW to stop Senate Bill 26! This dangerous bill would restrict our freedom to join together and demand justice for our communities!

Protesting is as American as Apple Pie. Our parents and grandparents used protests to build the labor movement, to expand suffrage, to fight segregation, and to end child labor. Today we continue the tradition of protest to fight racism, protect workers and save our democracy. But some politicians in Jefferson City want to restrict our freedom to come together to address injustice. Instead of listening to our voices, they want to silence us.

ACT NOW to stop Senate Bill 26! This dangerous bill would restrict our freedom to join together and demand justice for our communities!

Don't Just Talk About It. Show Up.

Don't Just Talk About It. Show Up.

Combat White Supremacy and Build a Better Missouri by taking action.

Wednesday, January 6th began with celebrations of what grassroots power can accomplish. A multiracial coalition in Georgia, led by Black women, built a bold plan to talk with millions of voters. That plan was created well before January 5th and will continue far into the future.

By the afternoon, white supremacy and anti-democracy rioters, instigated by Missouri’s own Josh Hawley, had taken hold of our nation’s Capitol in the most visible way.

It is clear that white supremacy divides our communities. We have to use this opportunity to do a lot of deep, anti-racist organizing over a long period of time. It’s the only way we’ll be able to tell people what Josh Hawley really stands for.

Click through to take the pledge to organize FOR a better Missouri.

We Make Missouri.

BE A DEMOCRACY DEFENDER We’re building a democracy that works for all of us – and includes all of us Pledge to use your power to protect our democracy, take care of our neighbors, and support fellow Missourians during this election season whether that be by voting, protesting, or keeping each other safe. Make this […]