Our nation needs our message.
Tell your members of Congress to stand on the side of love with marginalized communities by denouncing vitriolic language in the public discourse.
America is a nation looking for answers, in search of something better from our society.
As the Washington Post reported last January, “Across the ideological spectrum, officials and activists agreed after Saturday's Tucson killings that it was time to soften the harsh edges of America's raucous national dialogue. But by Monday, a bitter debate had erupted over how to do it - and on whose terms.”
None of us has all of the answers. What we do have is our hearts. When we stand on the side of love, we allow our hearts to be our guide, and we ask others to do the same.
At this crucial moment in time, when our country is divided over how to move forward on key issues like immigrant rights, LGBT rights, and religious freedom, you can use your voice to ask your members of Congress to stand on the side of love by denouncing vitriolic language in the public discourse and committing to a more respectful, bipartisan climate.
Please ask your leaders to work with us for something better.