Join Peoples Action and special guests to learn about our plan to win progressive power and build a bigger we in 2022!

We will be joined by our network leaders on the ground in Wisc., N.Y., Ill., and Penn. In addition, we will also be joined by Wisc. Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna, Ill. State Rep. Delia Ramirez, Brittany Ramos DeBarros, and our very own executive director Sulma Arias!

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People’s Action builds the power of poor and working people in urban, rural, and suburban areas to win change through issue fights and elections. We are a national network of 38 state and local grassroots power-building organizations in 28 states–united in the work of building a bigger “we.”

A Power Stronger Than Hate

“My heart has been breaking for the last several weeks…There is a deep sickness moving through our country: the sickness of racism and hate and violence. And it hurts to bear witness to it.”

Read a special message from People’s Action Executive Director Sulma Arias

Lea un mensaje especial de Sulma Arias, directora de People’s Action, sobre los últimos sucesos en Buffalo, Nueva York and Uvalde, Texas.

 

Pass the MAT Act
NOW

The Mainstreaming Addiction Treatment Act or MAT Act would help to remove the barriers that prevent health care practitioners from being able to prescribe buprenorphine to treat opioid use disorder.

The White House Must Ensure Tenant's Rights

The Biden administration, following the leadership of people who have been impacted by decades of failed or lacking housing policy, must take swift action to enshrine federal protections for tenants.

People's Action Welcomes Sulma Arias, New Executive Director

People’s Action and People’s Action Institute welcome Sulma Arias as our new executive director. Sulma is a national leader in the fight for immigrant and worker justice. Welcome, Sulma!

People's Action, Deep Canvassing Featured in The Washington Post

"Maxmin didn't just talk to voters; she sought to understand them. People's Action calls this approach 'deep canvassing,' and found that it helped decrease Trump's margins where implemented in key battleground states."