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Donate To or Volunteer With These Crucial Organizations


American Civil Liberties Union (aclu.org)
Working through litigation and lobbying, the ACLU was created “to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country.”

Center for Reproductive Rights (reproductiverights.org)
A legal advocacy group using Constitutional and human rights laws to advance reproductive freedom.

EarthJustice (earthjustice.org)
This environmental law agency fights for wildlife and land preservation, healthy communities, and clean energy.

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Everytown for Gun Safety (everytown.org)
A non-profit advocating for common-sense gun laws.

International Refugee Assistance Project (refugeerights.org)
A group working for the rights of refugees around the world.

The Movement for Black Lives 
(policy.m4bl.org)
A collective of more than 50 organizations, including Black Lives Matter, organizing around the needs of black communities.

National Immigration Law Center (nilc.org)
This L.A.-based organization is dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of low-income immigrants.

National LGBTQ Task Force (thetaskforce.org)
Founded in 1973, it’s the oldest org in the U.S. promoting civil rights for gay and transgender communities.

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Planned Parenthood (plannedparenthood.org)
The embattled number-one provider of sexual and reproductive healthcare in the U.S.

She Should Run (sheshouldrun.org)
A non-profit working to get more women into public service and elected positions of leadership.

Southern Poverty Law Center (splcenter.org)
A legal advocacy organization fighting for civil rights and against hate.

 

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