Your donation helps bring people together across communities to transform passion for global justice into effective advocacy. We agitate in the street in solidarity with people around the world, and we advocate inside Congress with key influencers for pragmatic policy to improve people's lives. We envision a world where every human being is able to meet their basic needs, care for their family, and advocate for their community.

Want to volunteer? See below about how to organize with us.

The Hon. Eliot Engel, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, speaks with some of the women who participated in the 2019 Action Corps Annual Community Meal. At the meal, we heard from people personally affected by climate change in Grenada, genocide in Burma, and the U.S.-backed war in Yemen.




We are here to agitate the status quo, to agitate the unjust power paradigms that repress people from resources and potential, to agitate our community into action, so as to ensure that complacency doesn’t remain a norm. We are here to advocate for basic resources, something that should be a given, not a privilege. We are here to innovate thinking and approaches to campaigns and actions. 

We are comprised of a group of individuals from all walks of life, living across the U.S. and beyond, dedicating our time to advocacy for global solidarity.

Feel Inspired? Need Help Having Your Voice Heard? 

Our Campaigns tab, as well as our social media accounts, will tell you what we ourselves are working on currently. But we are here to help educate and facilitate others to take action of their own. We have a decade of experience advocating and would love to work with you and your cause to ensure your voice is being utilized to the max. 

We are a volunteer-run organization, and we are looking for people with anywhere from one hour to one lifetime to share. We believe that successful organizing is built on relationships, so we invite you to get to know us. You can start by sharing our social media posts and tweets, creating accounts if you don't have them already, taking action on our advocacy campaigns via our website and asking your friends to, and reaching out if you'd like to do more. At this point we are all volunteers, so we ask that you have patience with us as we are working round the clock while many of us are earning a living and organizing to stop and prevent huge crises. If you don't get through to us right away, please keep trying. The best way to reach us is by emailing us at