10 ACTIONS / 100 DAYS
We did it! On January 21, over 5 Million of us worldwide and over 1 Million in Washington, D.C., came to march, speak and make our voices heard. But it doesn’t end here–now is not the time to hang up our marching shoes–it’s time to get our friends, family and community together and make history.
EVERY 10 DAYS WE WILL TAKE ACTION ON AN ISSUE WE ALL CARE ABOUT, STARTING TODAY.
Write a postcard to your Senators about what matters most to you - and how you’re going to continue to fight for it in the days, weeks and months ahead. We’re offering printable postcards for you to download.
You can go it alone, or consider inviting some friends, neighbors and fellow Marchers over for a drink or dinner sometime in the next ten days to talk about your experience and fill out your postcards.
STEP 1: Get Your Cards
Get the official card printed (see below), design your own, or be one of 10,000 people who can get a free Women's March Postcard using the Ink Cards App. If you have the equipment, you can print at home, or download the file and get cards printed locally.
STEP 2: Make Them Your Own
Write down your thoughts. Pour your heart out on any issue that you care about, whether it’s ending gender-based violence, reproductive rights and women’s health, LGBTQIA rights, worker’s rights, civil rights, immigrant rights, religious freedom, environmental justice or anything else.
Senator Charles Schumer
Washington DC Office: 322 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
New York City Office: 780 Third Avenue, Suite 2301
New York, NY 10017
Telephone: (212) 486-4430
TDD: (212) 486-7803
The Rules Committee has jurisdiction over federal elections including the qualifications and credentials of Senators, contested elections, oversight of the Federal Election Commission and the Election Assistance Commission. The Committee oversees Senate procedures, rules, and buildings, and every four years, leads the planning of the Presidential Inauguration at the Capitol through the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies.
The Committee on the Judiciary oversees federal law enforcement, all federal courts, and key policy areas including anti-terrorism measures, copyright and patent law, immigration policy, and bankruptcy protection. The Committee has review power over all nominations for life-time judicial appointments, including those to the Supreme Court, as well as to key positions in the Department of Justice, such as the Attorney General and the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The Senate Finance Committee is the committee of jurisdiction for many issues vital to the U.S. economy. The Finance Committee writes legislation related to the U.S tax code and tax policy; the Internal Revenue Service; trade issues, such as international trade agreements, Trade Adjustment Assistance for workers, and tariffs and duties; many issues related to private and private pension plans, including 401(k) plans and IRAs; and unemployment insurance. The Finance Committee also has jurisdiction over the Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) programs.
The Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs oversees the United States’ financial system and institutions, monetary policy, housing, community development and transit programs. The committee also works to protect consumers by focusing on issues such as credit card interest rates and disclosure, low income housing and shareholders' rights.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
Washington DC Office: 478 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
New York City Office: 780 Third Avenue, Suite 2601
New York, New York 10017
Telephone: (212) 688-6262
Environment and Public Works »
Protecting the nation's natural environment; safeguarding the environmental health of our communities; and overseeing the development of our nation's surface transportation infrastructure.
Armed Services »
Strengthening America's armed services, national security and military readiness, and supporting America's troops and military families.
Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee »
Helping New York farmers thrive and ensuring food security for all New York citizens.
Special Committee on Aging »
Protecting social security and Medicare and making prescription drugs and long term care affordable for New York seniors.
Judge Ann M. Donnelly
New York Chambers: 225 Cadman Plaza East,
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Telephone: (718) 613-2220
Telephone: (212) 688-6262
Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez
Manhattan Office: 500 Pearl Street, Suite 973
New York, NY 10007
Telephone: (212) 619-2606
Brooklyn Office: 266 Broadway, Suite 201
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Telephone: (718) 599-3658
- Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit
- Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus
- Congressional Progressive Caucus
- Congressional Asian American Pacific Caucus
- Democratic Caucus
- Women’s Issues Caucus
- Urban Caucus
Congressman Jerrold Nadler
Washington DC Office: 2109 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
New York City Office: 201 Varick Street, Suite 669
New York, NY 10014
Brooklyn Office: 6605 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11219
- Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet (Ranking Member)
- Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice
- Subcommittee on Highways and Transit
- Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials