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Concerned about where the country is heading? You're not alone. Join others who care about what's happening to democracy, equality, human rights, social justice, sustainability, and other important topics. It's ok if you've never been to a protest, march, or town hall -- start here. You really can make a difference.

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Upcoming events (5+)

Save Net Neutrality before Dec 14

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• What we'll do Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is expected to reveal his plan to roll back net neutrality rules this week, the day before Thanksgiving. We’ll then have only three weeks before the agency votes on his proposal—and potentially destroys the open Internet as we know it. Net neutrality is the principle that all content on the Internet be treated equally. Without it, ISPs would be free to discriminate, creating fast lanes for some content and potentially slowing our favorite websites down to a crawl. Congress has oversight over the FCC and can pressure the agency to drop Pai’s plan. One of the most impactful things you can do to help save net neutrality before Nov. 22 is to make phone calls to Congress. If offices get more phone calls from constituents, we can persuade them to stop the catastrophic plan to repeal net neutrality. Please call:[masked] The Nation will connect you to the offices of your lawmakers -- just introduce yourself, be polite, and say: "I support 'Title Two' net neutrality rules and I urge you to oppose the FCC's plan to repeal them. Specifically, I'd like you to contact the FCC Chairman and demand he abandon his current plan." Thank you!

Save Net Neutrality before Dec 14

HOME/WORK/CAR/ANYWHERE

• What we'll do Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is expected to reveal his plan to roll back net neutrality rules this week, the day before Thanksgiving. We’ll then have only three weeks before the agency votes on his proposal—and potentially destroys the open Internet as we know it. Net neutrality is the principle that all content on the Internet be treated equally. Without it, ISPs would be free to discriminate, creating fast lanes for some content and potentially slowing our favorite websites down to a crawl. Congress has oversight over the FCC and can pressure the agency to drop Pai’s plan. One of the most impactful things you can do to help save net neutrality before Nov. 22 is to make phone calls to Congress. If offices get more phone calls from constituents, we can persuade them to stop the catastrophic plan to repeal net neutrality. Please call:[masked] The Nation will connect you to the offices of your lawmakers -- just introduce yourself, be polite, and say: "I support 'Title Two' net neutrality rules and I urge you to oppose the FCC's plan to repeal them. Specifically, I'd like you to contact the FCC Chairman and demand he abandon his current plan." Thank you!

Northern Arizona Climate Change Alliance (NAZCCA)

Cottonwood Library

Charlie McCallie & Shawn Newell from the Flagstaff chapter of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) presentation on CCL’s work for a national carbon fee & dividend policy. Saturday, May 4th at from 12:30pm-1:45pm Cottonwood Library 100 S 6th Street. CCL is an international volunteer organization that has worked tirelessly in Northern AZ in support of a national price on carbon - widely recognized as an essential element of a climate change solution at the scale and in the timeframe we need. CCL is currently working to get The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2019 passed. It was recently introduced in the House (HR 763). It’s a strong bipartisan bill following the carbon fee and dividend model—effective, good for people, good for the economy, and revenue neutral, so won't grow government as it uses the market to drive emissions down to 90% of 2016 emissions by 2050.

Save Net Neutrality before Dec 14

HOME/WORK/CAR/ANYWHERE

• What we'll do Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is expected to reveal his plan to roll back net neutrality rules this week, the day before Thanksgiving. We’ll then have only three weeks before the agency votes on his proposal—and potentially destroys the open Internet as we know it. Net neutrality is the principle that all content on the Internet be treated equally. Without it, ISPs would be free to discriminate, creating fast lanes for some content and potentially slowing our favorite websites down to a crawl. Congress has oversight over the FCC and can pressure the agency to drop Pai’s plan. One of the most impactful things you can do to help save net neutrality before Nov. 22 is to make phone calls to Congress. If offices get more phone calls from constituents, we can persuade them to stop the catastrophic plan to repeal net neutrality. Please call:[masked] The Nation will connect you to the offices of your lawmakers -- just introduce yourself, be polite, and say: "I support 'Title Two' net neutrality rules and I urge you to oppose the FCC's plan to repeal them. Specifically, I'd like you to contact the FCC Chairman and demand he abandon his current plan." Thank you!

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Save Net Neutrality before Dec 14

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