Resources

A list of websites and apps for the resistance.

National

Indivisible

The Indivisible Guide started as a google document set up by liberal congressional staffers after the election. Since its humble beginning, thousands of volunteers and hundreds of local affiliates have joined the Indivisible cause and have been using the guide for its principles and tactics. The Indivisible Guide is a good starting place if you are new to activism and unsure of all the new sites and apps that are coming out on almost a daily basis.

Swing Left

In order to stop the Trump regime in the short term, liberals and progressives will have to take back the House and Senate in 2018. The balance of power will be decided in a handful of Swing Districts, places where the last election was decided by a thin margin. Swing Left is a convenient and user friendly guide that will help you “Find your closest Swing District and join its team to learn about actionable opportunities to support progressives—and defeat Republicans—in that district, no matter where you live.”

Daily Action

Daily Action will send you a personalized text message every work day regarding a cause in your district as determined by your zip code. The text message provides you with a link to a phone number with short talking points on a particular issue and then automatically connect you with your representative’s office.

The DJT Resistance

A simple boycott list. The DJT Resistance lists companies that have expressed support for the regime.

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Democratic Party

Fight Trump

Justice Democrats

MoveOn.org

Knock Every Door

The Empire State

Find Your Representatives in New York

Indivisible New York

Indivisible Staten Island

New York State Democratic Party

Manhattan Democrats

Staten Island Democratic Party

Nassau County Democratic Party

Suffolk County Democratic Party

Westchester County Democratic Party

 

More to be added. Please feel free to leave suggestions on Facebook.