This week, I found that even when my Pennsylvania senators’ mailboxes were full (deliberately left full, it seemed), I could still fax their offices. Conveniently, FaxZero has a link on their homepage for sending free faxes to your senators and representatives. A connection online assured me that in his experience working for a senator, every kind of communication (fax, call, e-mail, social media) got logged into a single spreadsheet of public comments.
So, I’m faxing lawmakers (each day I shoot for at least two) to express my opinions and urge them to uphold American freedoms for all– especially those who are repeatedly left out of the conversation who need protection. Share your preferred method below in the comments– let’s crowdsource our best #resistance hacks and coping strategies.
- This week on the site, we got little feet moving with a new Book to Boogie storytime for “Bunny Slopes”
- Our friends at Mid-Manhattan Library are hosting a show by Paul Sunday that explores libraries and archives and the state of photography– it’s fantastic: Archive / Improv by Paul Sunday
- How would federal cuts harm public libraries? Laura sat down with the folks at Tone Madison to share her thoughts in this podcast: What Federal Funding Means for Public Libraries.
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