Nonviolent direct action is a way to bring attention to an issue, educate the public, and build support.
Pace e Bene – Campaign Nonviolence
WISDOM 11×15 Campaign
Global Nonviolent Direct Action
Contact your legislator about issues – and urge others to do so. A very small percentage of constituents regularly voice their opinions directly so your input has a lot of weight. Find your legislators
Letters to the editor tells the public that there are different ways to look at an issue. Those who are questioning what they hear can find other points of view and strengthen their resolve to take action.
- Tips on writing letters
- Journal-Sentinel Guidelines and online form
- The Cap TImes Voice of the People (scroll down for form)
- Wisconsin State Journal: firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax: 252-6119, or mail Letters to the Editor, Wisconsin State Journal, P.O. 8058, Madison, WI 53708. Letters generally should be 200 words or less. Letters are posted online on the State Journal’s Web site and will be archived with name and city.
- Check your local newspaper to find out how to send a letter to the editor.