People Demanding Action Arizona (PDactionAZ) is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization based in Arizona.
We are a state chapter of a national organization based in Washington D.C. called People Demanding Action. We build coalitions with other nonprofits and citizen advocacy groups around campaigns that address issues affecting our local communities.
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What does ACTION look like?
Examples include lobbying for specific changes like what type of voting equipment we purchase in Maricopa County.
Example include humanitarian aid and a community garden.
Examples include internships that provide hands-on experience in areas like research, lobbying, nonprofit management, public service, professional writing, and information technology.
Examples include tabling at the college campus to engage students who are already passionate about the issues and are looking for an opportunity to make an impact.
Examples: Letters to the editor, boycotts, litigation, and protests are possible reactions to harmful legislation or appointments.
Photo: Members of People Demanding Action spoke at the We the People Summit on November 4, 2017. Read more about Avoiding Burnout here.
Examples: Attend meetings of other organizations and groups already working towards shared goals.
Photo: Members of People Demanding Action and the Progressive Democrats of America were joined by Adrian Fontes (current Maricopa County Recorder) at the annual AFL-CIO Labor Day Breakfast, September 5, 2016.