H.Res. 917: Condemning the atrocities that occurred in Forsyth County, Georgia, in 1912 in which over 1,100 Black Americans were terrorized and driven out by white supremacist mobs, including dozens of Black Americans who owned land in the county, and reaffirming the House of Representatives’ commitment to combating white supremacy, hatred, and injustice.
Here’s how to call or write Congress about this resolution
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H.Res. 917 is currently pending before the House of Representatives, so we will help you connect with your representative. You will ask them to either cosponsor or oppose the resolution.
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Your representative and senators were elected by you and upwards of a million to tens of millions of your fellow Americans, but by law they each only have a small team of correspondents on staff to read and respond to all of their mail.
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Do they want to hear from you? Yes! They need your support next election. But that doesn’t mean you’ll change their mind. On hot issues, their vote is often already made up. But on other issues, you could be their first constituent to weigh in.