Take Action Thursday: North Korea

Take Action Thursday: North Korea

There are always actions you can take! 

Below are things you can do to have your voice heard and make an impact on the world.


1. CONTACT YOUR REPRESENTATIVES:

How the U.S. deals with North Korea is an issue that has to be addressed on a national level.  One of the most effective actions you can take is to contact your representative. You can find Your Representative Here.  You can use the script below for either emailing or calling them:

Hello, my name is _________________ and I live in  _________(town or zip code – they want to know you’re from their jurisdiction).  I am a constituent of Senator/Representative ___________, and I’m contacting you today because I am concerned about what is going on with North Korea and how the U.S. plans to handle the situation.

I am very much in support of either issuing more sanctions against North Korea, taking military action against North Korea, or focusing on more diplomatic talks because I feel (insert your reasons/feelings here – just say how you feel/what you think – feel free to use the information from this website to back you up – More Info Monday,  Two-Sided Tuesday or Worldview Wednesday).

I’m calling/emailing to see if Rep. _________ / Senator ___________ plans to publicly oppose/support these policies and what he/she plans to do about tensions with North Korea.

(If you have additional concerns/reasons you can add them in)

Thank you for your time.


2. SIGN THE PETITION:

Change.org lets people create petitions that are only closed once the creator of the petition feels the change has been made.  This is a petition to Admiral Harry B. Harris, Defense Secretary James Mattis, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson regarding not to take military action against North Korea.


3. DONATE TO A CAUSE:

Liberty In North Korea (LINK) works in 3 ways: ORGANIZING RESCUE TEAMS to help the refugees trying to escape the horrors of North Korea, CREATING MEDIA & MATERIALS to make people aware of the challenges facing the people of North Korea, and ENGAGING MEDIA & POLICYMAKERS in the U.S, United Nations and South Korea to help the people of North Korea.


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