Cosponsor H.R.1945 – The Berta Caceres Human Rights in Honduras Act

On March 2, 2016, renowned environmental and Indigenous rights activist, Berta Cáceres, was viciously murdered in her home in Honduras. Today, Honduras has one of the highest murder rates in the world and remains one of the most dangerous places for activists.
Closely connected with this crisis is the deep corruption of its military and police forces – both of which have been accused of committing human rights abuses while facing no consequences.

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Support a Global Climate Change Resilience Strategy and a Congressional Response to Climate Refugees!

By the end of this century, people across the globe will be forced to involuntarily leave their home due to climate change. Rising sea levels, wildfires, drought or hurricanes can all pose serious threat to human life just as any conventional weapon of war.
But unlike victims of war for whom the causes and effects of the threats are clear and codified, there are limited protections for migrants. Impacts of climate change vary widely: it includes destroyed crops and livestock, exacerbated food insecurity and destroyed
natural resources such as drinking water. As a result of these severe impacts, researchers estimate that approximately 200 million people will migrate by the year 2050.[1]

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CALLING FOR ORIGINAL CO-SPONSORS: White House Accountability for Diversity Act

In January 2017, after President Trump’s inauguration, the White House deleted Spanish-language content from the official White House website. At the time, the White House claimed that a Spanish-language site was under development, but,
more than two years later, such a website has yet to materialize. Meanwhile, the past two administrations offered Spanish content on the official White House website.

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!!DEADLINE TODAY!! BECOME AN ORIGINAL COSPONSOR OF THE CLIMATE DISPLACED PERSON’S ACT OF 2019

By the end of this century, people across the globe will be forced to involuntarily leave their home due to an environmental impact that renders their home uninhabitable. Rising sea levels, wildfires, drought or a slow-moving hurricane can all threaten human
life as surely as a bomb. But unlike victims of war for whom the causes and effects of the threats are clear and codified, there are no protections for environmental migrants.

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Help Protect Communities From Violence

Every person in America should feel safe and secure when they leave their home. They should be able to attend concerts, school, nightclubs, movies, and places of worship without the fear of violence. They should be able to go about their daily lives without
wondering whether or not they will be the next target of a mass casualty event. Unfortunately, this reality exists in our country. Over the last several years, communities across the country have endured too many unspeakable acts of violence in places once
thought to be safe.

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BECOME AN ORIGINAL COSPONSOR OF THE CLIMATE DISPLACED PERSON’S ACT OF 2019

By the end of this century, people across the globe will be forced to involuntarily leave their home due to an environmental impact that renders their home uninhabitable. Rising sea levels, wildfires, drought or a slow-moving hurricane can all threaten human
life as surely as a bomb. But unlike victims of war for whom the causes and effects of the threats are clear and codified, there are no protections for environmental migrants.

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CALLING FOR ORIGINAL CO-SPONSORS: White House Accountability for Diversity Act

In January 2017, after President Trump’s inauguration, the White House deleted Spanish-language content from the official White House website. At the time, the White House claimed that a Spanish-language site was under development, but,
more than two years later, such a website has yet to materialize. Meanwhile, the past two administrations offered Spanish content on the official White House website.

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