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Brian and Noelle Clark Rawson

$2024.00

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Supporters

We're proud of our Action Corps members for speaking truth to power and advocating for policy change! This cause means so much to us: I (Brian) founded the precursor to Action Corps in '07 and have been impressed ever since by the ability of us 'ordinary' folks to come together and have an influence on policymaker action to address conflict and climate disasters. Both of us are huge supporters of this group of big-hearted, determined people! 

World in Crisis

Violence, the climate emergency, poverty, and disease are causing billions of people to suffer. The U.S. government plays a key role in maintaining the system that has produced these crises, but most Americans are not equipped with timely and pertinent information, training, and advocacy support in order to press the U.S. Administration and Congress to change the system.


Our Vision

Everyday Americans advance U.S. policies that let people around the world flourish.


What Action Corps is Doing

Action Corps works to get the U.S. to follow its laws -- and change policies when needed -- to save lives. We people build people power across the U.S. in solidarity with people around the world. Right now we are campaigning for a permanent ceasefire in Israel and Palestine, the return of all hostages, and an end to U.S. enabling of war crimes -- in Palestine, Yemen, and beyond. Action Corps advocates for leveraging the U.S. Congress to stop genocide in Burma. And Action Corps leads a coalition for the release of international resources for countries facing multiple crises, including climate disasters.


What Your Gift Will Accomplish

By supporting Action Corps, you will help equip advocates across the U.S. to help change U.S. policies to save lives.  In particular, your generosity will help us support our organizers and ambassadors in 30 states, build our organizing capacity across the U.S. and increase our influence with members of Congress.

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