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1 week til Georgia!

Holiday Cheer - Persist Brooklyn's unstoppable Crafts Team expressed their gratitude to Loretta Agro’s 2005 Dodge Neon for miles of hauling tables, chairs, postcards, craft supplies and pumpkins. She has been called the “Democracy Mobile” for a year. Now it is official!

2020 may feel never-ending, and the 2020 election cycle has to be the longest in recent memory but we're. almost. there!!! Everyone who donated, phone-banked, texted, or organized for campaigns this year has so much to be proud of and if we all put in just one more shift we can bring it home. Start 2021 off right by making one more hour of calls or one more donation to keep Georgia blue. Since November, our community has raised an incredible nearly $35,000 for Rev. Warnock, Jon Ossoff, and 5 grassroots organizations on the ground in Georgia. If you or a friend is inspired to make one more contribution, you can do so here. Dream big!


Organize with us on SLACK!

We are phone banking for the GA senate run-off and reproductive justice *today* with NARAL NYC! No experience necessary; training will be provided. JOIN US!

SAT JAN 2, SUN JAN 4, TUES JAN 5 at multiple times: GET OUT THE VOTE! Join NARAL NY Action to help flip the senate for reproductive freedom!

Are YOU ready to flip the Senate? JOIN US for the final push to phone bank into Georgia to support Raphael Warnock, Jon Ossoff, and reproductive rights with our friends at NARAL NY. Training will be provided; no experience necessary!

We are approaching the finish line, help bring it home! Other opportunities to get involved with the GA runoff elections:

  1. Jon Ossoff's campaign

  2. Reverend Raphael Warnock's campaign

  3. Fair Fight

  4. Working Families Party

  5. Phone bank with Color of Change PAC.

  6. Resistance Labs

  7. Persist Brooklyn's ActBlue fundraising page for both campaigns and 5 other GA orgs

Interested in making a donation to or learning more about BIPOC-led organizations in Georgia? Check out this awesome spreadsheet created by They See Blue: Georgia.

THURS JAN. 7th 7-8:30 PM ET: What can activists *do*! Lies, Misinformation and Propaganda Working Group

JOIN US in exploring what we - and you - can do to counter lies, misinformation and propaganda and better understand the factors that influence public opinion, voters and democracy.

SAT JAN. 9th 5-7 PM ET: Looking Local Virtual Happy Hour with Elizabeth Adams (CD-33) & Doug Schneider (CD-39) for NYC Council

JOIN US online, with like-minded, politically-engaged Brooklynites to chat with NYC Council candidates Elizabeth Adams (CD-33) and Doug Schneider (CD-39) about their race to represent Brooklynites in our city government. The candidates will both introduce themselves before an informal Q&A - come with your questions to ask!

SUN JAN. 24th & MON JAN 25th 6-8 PM: Study Group: "Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World" by Anand Giridharadas

Inspired by our great community discussion with Anand Giridharadas, we will be discussing his book "Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World" at our next study group meeting. JOIN US and also, if you plan to order a copy of the book, find local, independent, and BIPOC-owned bookstores via, including Brooklyn-based Cafe Con Libros! Need some assistance covering the cost of the book? Please reach out and we will help you get a copy.

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