“I’ve decided to join MoveOn and I plan to talk with them about setting up a local chapter for interested area lesbians and LGBT folks. If you are willing to get together once a month to talk, eat and help out on campaigns to change what’s been going in this country let me know. I think they are a great organization and when I see them critisized on CSPAN by house & senate members in support of this administration, then I know they really are making a difference.”-Val Reynolds/Host & Producer of AVALON FARMCAST podcast.
I hope you’ll join me and hundreds of thousands of others in the
most exciting grassroots movement on the Internet: MoveOn.org.
MoveOn.org Civic Action gives people a voice in shaping the laws & policies
that affect our lives. You can sign online petitions on timely
issues like responding to terrorism, energy policy, and campaign
finance reform, or you can just sign up to receive email alerts,
all for free.
One of the best things about MoveOn.org Civic Action is that each of us can
help decide what issues the organization stands for, using a
unique, online discussion forum. Everyone can post suggestions,
and everyone can rate all the other suggestions. Those that
receive the highest ratings can become the focus of MoveOn.org’s
It’s a promising idea: choose our priorities collectively, then
act on them collectively. MoveOn’s founder, Wes Boyd, calls it
I hope you’ll join us today at:
We can all take part in choosing and creating our future.