protest mail

Dear paper mail enthusiasts,

If you are looking for ways to protest this presidency, consider sending a postcard to “President Bannon” at the White House, as part of the #PostcardstoBannon campaign. It is becoming increasingly clear who is calling the shots in the Oval Office and he is a truly frightening person. Tell him what you think about the job he is doing as POTUS.

President Bannon 
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Washington DC 20500

The First Action

Did you go to a Women’s March yesterday? They were happening on all 7 continents. I was in North America- New York City to be specific- with family and friends and the route was so packed with people that we had to go rogue and march on side streets. Which were also full of people. Friends were marching in Washington D.C., Chicago, Oakland, Boston, Park City, Portland, Austin, Copenhagen, and Paris. So wonderful.

The positive and unifying energy of these marches is just the beginning of the resistance to an administration that is tone deaf and in many ways hostile to women’s fundamental human rights. And immigrants’ rights. And civil rights. And LGBT rights. And our climate crisis. And so many other issues. So the organizers of the Women’s March on Washington have proposed 10 actions for the first 100 days.

And guys. The first action involves paper mail! Its a make mail about the issues you care about and send it to your senators action!

Make postcards. Get stamps. Host a mail making party. Let’s do this.

Viva Snail Mail!