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Giving thanks for all of you!

Let's help Reverend Warnock and Jon Ossoff win their runoff elections and turn the Senate blue with a virtual fundraiser led by NY Choir Project on Tuesday, December 1 at 7pm!! Two quick steps to get your ticket!

1. RSVP HERE on Mobilize.

2. Chip in any amount on our ActBlue page (suggested donation of $15, in honor of the election on 1/5)

Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you are staying safe and staying home, while giving thanks for the bright spots of light from this year. We're thankful to know you, thankful for all of your hard work, and thankful to get to work with you in the future! We are moving full-steam ahead through the holidays in the fight to win back the Senate. Texting, calling, fundraising, and organizing won't stop, even after January 5th's special elections in Georgia. Can you take action with us this week? Courage over cynicism!


Sun. 11AM-1PM: Postcards & Visibility for GA Runoffs

Are you itching to write postcards to Georgia and to promote the Georgia Runoff Elections so that we can turn the Senate Blue? Then we need YOU to join the Persist Brooklyn Crafts Team on Sunday 11/29 from 11 am - 1 pm at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket.

SUN. 3-5 PM, Tues. 5-7PM: Dialing for Dollars - Rev. Warnock (weekly event collab w/ Civic Sundays)

We have the unique opportunity to help fundraise directly for Rev Warnock's team on the ground in Georgia. JOIN US as we call established donors to Rev. Warnock around the country to chip in again for this HUGE "Special Election"!


Tuesdays 5:00p

Can't join us but wanna help? Donate HERE.

Thursday Dec 3rd . 4:30-5:30 PM: The Persist Brooklyn x Mobilize webinar: How to Keep Organizing After November 3

Persist Brooklyn members will be joining the Mobilize team to discuss how we built our movement for racial, economic, and environmental justice after the Warren campaign and our best practices for using Mobilize. There will be a Q&A! The Mobilize webinar is live! JOIN US here!

Mon., Weds., Thurs., Sat., (multiple!) 6pm: Black Joy Call Party

Phone banking opportunity from the Color of Change PAC! Color of Change is a racial justice organization and they're specifically calling Black voters, especially those who are considered less likely to vote, for both GA Senate run-offs as well as District Attorney run-offs in GA and New Orleans. Training and info on the candidates is provided. Get on that dialer, y'all!

Here are some other good places to get involved with the GA special elections:

  1. Jon Ossoff's campaign

  2. Reverend Raphael Warnock's campaign

  3. Fair Fight

  4. Working Families Party

  5. Resistance Labs (working with Black Lives Matter GA–coming soon)

  6. 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.

Organize with us on SLACK!

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