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FLOOD THE STREETS: No Justice, No Seat!

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We’ve been taking action for over a month with thousands of grassroots activists in Washington DC and across the nation to keep Brett Kavanaugh off the Supreme Court because we know that if confirmed, he will not just send a message that sexual violence is rewarded with power; he will also roll back rights that we have worked for a generation to secure.

On Saturday October 6th, the full Senate is scheduled to vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation. That day, we are flooding the Capitol and streets around the nation to make sure they hear our demand to #CancelKavanaugh and #BelieveSurvivors.
Join the “No Justice, No Seat” marches on Saturday, October 6th, flooding the streets around the country!

The stakes are too high to stay home. All of our lives are literally on the line as Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court threatens to roll back women’s rights, voting rights, LGTBQ rights, and more. And, it’s not just that — we owe it to all the brave survivors of sexual violence who have come forward, like Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, Deborah Ramirez, and Julie Swetnick, to step forward. We believe survivors. We will #CancelKavanaugh

Here’s what you need to do:
  1. FLOOD THE STREETS: Sign up to participate in “No Justice, No Seat” March near you this Saturday! If there’s not one in your area, host your own! We will be sharing toolkits on hosting events soon. Keep a look out for our training for Grassroots Hosts this Friday night!
  2. Share this action on social media! Stay tuned for our digital toolkit.
  3. Wear black to show solidarity! Be sure to wear black in solidarity as we do everything we can to #CancelKavanaugh
  4. CALL YOUR SENATORS. Do this every. single. day. Until they stop Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court
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Did you see Donald Trump’s tweet this morning about us and our Co-Executive Director Ana Maria?

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He thinks we’re rude and that survivors are being “paid” to tell these stories. The real cowards are the Senators who refuse to acknowledge our existence, our experience, and our stories. We’ve spent the last week chasing them down into bathrooms, hallways, and phone booths because they’d rather hide then listen to their own constituents.

As Americans who believe in the promise of this nation, we refuse to watch idly as Republicans jam through a nominee caught for perjury, accused of brutal assault and shrouded in unreleased records. If that means we’re being “rude” for making our voices heard, then so be it. We are united and undeterred. As survivors, we know what it means to make a way where there is none — to take the most brutal of human experiences and not merely live but thrive.

This Kavanaugh vote is moving forward TOMORROW AT 3PM and this is what we need you to do:

  • If you are in or near DC. Get on buses, or trains and get to DC! Sign up here and join us for #NoJusticeNoPeace 12-3PM.
  • If you are not in DC- find a #NoJusticeNoSeat event near you or organize one here.
  • Donate $15 and help keep us going in the final hours.

How will you remember today and tomorrow? Where will you be when the Kavanaugh vote goes down? This is a moment in history and we need you NOW more than ever. Don’t be an observer, be a participant in your own democracy. Be a troublemaker.

In solidarity,

CPD Action Team

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