Past Action Challenges

,JuneMay, April, March, Call Reps for support on DACA

It is never to late to take action!

Remember that there are loads of resources embedded in the challenges and share on social media!

July activist theme: Women’s Health Awareness

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Download July’s Women Take action within the image for links and more info. There are loads of resources embedded in the challenge. Check them off, and remember to share on social media with #womentakeaction!

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Complete all the action challenges below!

June activist theme: LGBTQ+ Pride

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June activist theme: LGBTQ+ Pride

Download June’s LGBTQ+ themed Action Challenge,

Download icebreaker June- LGBTQ+ art

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Women Take Action
June activist theme: Women in Office

Download June’s action challenge

May activist theme: Women Who Run

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Download May's Action Challenge - Women Who Run Scavenger Hunt
May activist theme: Women Who Run

Download: May Take Action Challenge 2018

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April activist theme: The Earth and Her Environment

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April WC Action Challenge 2018 (1)
April activist theme: The Earth and Her Environment

Download: April WC Action Challenge 2018

March activist theme: Herstory

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March activist theme: Herstory

Download: March Take Action Challenge 2018

Call your representatives and urge them to support the Dream Act

DACA provides a visa to so-called DREAMers, children who were brought to the US with a non-immigrant visa by their parents before the age of 16.  It currently supports 800,000 individuals, mostly in their mid to late 20s, so that they can work, study or serve in the military. 53% of these recipients are women.

Due to the Trump administration’s September decision to rescind DACA, Congress has until March to act before thousands of DACA recipients each day will begin losing their visas and become subject to deportation.  We are calling in support of the DREAM Act (S.1615, HR.3440), a bipartisan bill introduced by senators Lindsay Graham (R-SC) and Dick Durban (D-IL), which would grant legal status and a path to citizenship for DACA participants.


  1. Find your representatives’ contact information here.
  2. Call!
  3. Share! By encouraging friends and family to engage with their legislators and letting them know what you care about you multiply your impact.

Call Script:

Hello, My name is [YOUR NAME] and I am a constituent from [CITY, STATE].  I’m calling [SENATOR / CONGRESSPERSON] in support of DACA (the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program).

DACA recipients are as American as you or I in every way but on paper. They abide by the law, serve in our military, and hold jobs that benefit our economy. They need our support today, because they were brought into the U.S. as children by their parents, to escape danger or to pursue the American dream. America is the country they grew up in, and often the only country they have known.

I am asking [SENATOR / CONGRESSPERSON] to please support the bipartisan effort in Congress to provide a path for DACA recipients to apply for a green card and eventual citizenship.  Hold Mitch McConnell to his promise to bring a “clean” bill to the floor before February 8th that will let the 690,000 undocumented immigrants who came here as children the chance to continue their lives in the United States.
DACA recipients have saved American lives and bolstered our economy.  Your support can end this dreadful period of uncertainty and allow them to continue working toward a better and stronger America!
My zip code is [YOUR ZIP]. Thank you very much for your time.

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