I’m excited that the brilliant Women’s March organizers are continuing the momentum we experienced on Saturday with a “10 Actions in 100 Days” campaign. The first action is “Sending a Postcard to your Representative.” The campaign has printable postcards, or you can fabricate one of your own. This is an opportunity for us to take the many truths of our Women’s March Signs and send them directly to our representatives. I’ve gone ahead and combined some of the Women’s March signs into full sheet, back and front postcards that you can print at home, or send to a copy shop. Please click on the images below to access the PDF files for each batch of postcards. I’ve saved these files to a shared FedEx account for easy printing– tutorial here.
We’ll start with the beautiful images from the official march:
This lot are for those who want to communicate about what is at stake regarding reproductive rights:
This one I’m calling my “Conservative District Mash Up”– I will be moving to a conservative district in Ohio come August, and these are the cards I’m planning to send to my future representatives. I tried to find some messages that I thought might ‘make a case’ to those not dyed in the liberal wool.
Domestic Policy Mash Up:
Immigration and International Relations: For more information on DACA and Dreamers, click here.
Here are the newest additions:
Postcards to build accountability for Republicans:
Postcards against Bannon:
And from Instagram listed under #WhyIMarch you can find all these inspiring examples of people who’ve already taken action:
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