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Action Alert! #StoptheBans

Secretary Ashcroft continues to obstruct the right to referendum by not approving ballot language.

  • Call Secretary Ashcroft (573-751-4936) and demand he approve ballot language by July 18th.
  • Visit yourchoicemo.org and research other ways to be involved with the campaign.

Read more here.

Take Action in Oklahoma! Protest Detention of Families and Children July 31/August 1.

Join Women's Voices and Heartland for Human Justice to protest the opening of the newest detention center in Fort Sill, OK. Read more or RSVP by JULY 17.

End Child Detention

Urge Congress to support legislation like the Shut Down Child Prison Camps Act today! Sign the petition.

Demand Funding for Gun Violence Research

Gun violence is a public health epidemic. To make our communities safer, CDC and NIH must have funding to conduct research to determine the causes of gun violence and develop policies to reduce the toll that it takes. Sign the petition.

Tell the Democratic National Committee: Hold a climate debate

The next president of the United States must be prepared to take bolder, faster climate action than any leader has before. There is no more time to waste. Sign the petition here.

Support Red Flag Laws!

Red Flag laws save lives by empowering family members and law enforcement officers to petition a court to temporarily restrict a person's access to guns when they show these warning signs. Tell your senators your want a red flag law here.

Tell Congress: Pass the Families Belong Together Act

Read more and sign the petition.

 

 

 

Acting on Our Mission

Lifesaving Difference: How a Gun is Stored

New study shows safe gun storage saves lives.

Coalition Addresses Immigration Issues

Women's Voices is a founding member of the Heartland for Human Justice coalition.

Brittany Packnett Calls Us to Action  

Visionary Voices: A Candid Conversation with Brittany Packnett

Read All About It!

July e-newsletter here

2019 Annual Report 

"Fetal heartbeat" bill

Read our statement  

Climate Change: New Position Paper 

The St. Louis region is home to some of the most egregious social and environmental disparities in the nation.  Read our position paper

Money talks, what is it saying to children?

"Our current system will continue unless we all take responsibility to make changes." Read commentary on education equity 

Gov. Parson: Expand Medicaid

Read more.

 

Up Next

Racial Justice Book Club

Mon., Aug. 12, 6:15 p.m. (Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion, 7401 Delmar Blvd., 63130)
Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America's Police Forces by Radley Balko Read more or RSVP.

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