- Action #1: Honor delayed too long. Medals for all the “Harlem Hellfighters!”
- Action #2: No one left behind – paying off our war debt to living soldiers. Pay for their health care!
- Action #3: What we can do now about the Tulsa Race Massacre.
Today we’re honoring two Memorial Days, one to honor soldiers who died in far-flung places defending our democracy, and one for the Black men, women and children of Tulsa, OK, who suffered a war at home, 100 years ago.
For both of them, let’s do a some quick actions in their honor. Fill up your legislators’ voicemail boxes and stack up messages in their email accounts.
Action #1: Honor delayed too long.
Minimal script for representatives: I’m [calling/emailing] from [zip code] to thank Rep. [___] for supporting H.R.3642 —To award a Congressional gold medal to the 369th Infantry Regiment, commonly known as the “Harlem Hellfighters”, in recognition of their bravery and outstanding service during World War I.Continue reading “This Memorial Day, remind your legislators of what’s important.”