Operation Amplify: 5 Core Issues

Operation Amplify 5 Core Issues

Core [ kawr, kohr ]. Noun: the central, innermost, or most essential part of anything. Adjective: of central importance; basic; fundamental.

We work to inform, empower and inspire change on these five core issues: climate change, equality and justice, healthcare for all, gun sense legislation and voting rights. These issues drive our work forward towards a better future. We follow the lead of issue area experts and organizations with shared values.

Climate Change

We believe in science. The world’s leading experts have long known that climate change is man-made, and we are running out of time. Climate change poses and existential threat to our existence. We must make meaningful and drastic changes to protect the earth for our safety now and for our children’s future.

Equality & Justice

From Black Lives Matter to reproductive rights to fair minimum wage to equal treatment under the law, the fight for equality and justice encompasses a huge number of social issues. We believe every human being should be treated with respect and dignity.

Health Care for All

Bottom line: health care is a right and not a privilege. The cost of heath care is crippling families, even those with good insurance.

Gun Sense Legislation

We an end gun violence. We support data-driven public safety measures that protect Americans: universal and updated background checks, extreme risk protection orders, and disarming domestic abusers.

Voting Rights

We believe all people who are eligible to vote should be able to do so. We support policies to enfranchise as many voters as possible, end voter suppression, and make voting easy and accessible for all. 

Operation Amplify 5 Core Issues

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