#StartARipple Action List

Running for Change

This list of action items was first printed along with article titled Running for Change in ROC Issue 01, pages 10-21. To submit resources relating to this topic, please send us an email.

"Significant and seemingly impossible social and political change happens more often than we think, and it happens more rapidly than we realize. Even the most momentous change is always possible if one finds the right way to make it happen.”
—Glenn Greenwald

Ways to help when time and resources are limited.

TALK to friends and family about who you are voting for and why. Write up something that can be shared easily online. Not everyone will take the time to do their own research.

Elections Info for Canada

Elections Info for US 

DOWNLOAD this graphic to share on social media and help others learn about what’s happening.

LISTEN to "Run For Something", the podcast.

Tools for contributing when you have more time or resources

READ "Run for Something: A Real-Talk Guide to Fixing the System Yourself" by Amanda Litman.

Book cover of Run for Something: A Real-Talk Guide to Fixing the System Yourself by Amanda Litman

Options for ongoing and sustainable engagement.

RUN for local offices: city council, school board, state senate.

Don’t want to run for office? VOLUNTEER to support a candidate or campaign you believe in.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH: Pressure your school boards to educate kids on elected official positions and politics.

JOIN the Mikva Challenge, which serves more than 15,000 youth.

Mikva Challenge has offices in Chicago, Washington D.C. and southern California, and partnerships with many school districts across the United States.

How You Can Help


Our actions define us.

Whether you can give five minutes, five dollars or five days, your actions contribute to a positive ripple of change. Find direct links to all resources listed in our magazine below. Join the movement today!

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