100 Days of Disruption
Donald Trump’s first two weeks in the White House put people's safety, freedoms and rights under siege like never before.
In times as dangerous as these, Free Press’ mission of fighting for your rights to connect and communicate is more essential than ever. What we do in the first 100 days of the Trump administration will set the stage for all of the fights that follow.
Our 100 Days of Disruption Campaign is putting Trump and his collaborators on notice: We reject fascism. We’re watching your every move. And we'll fight for Net Neutrality, press freedom and human rights every single day.
Here are a few of the things we’ve done during the first 14 days of the Trump administration:
- Told White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to ditch the “alternative facts” and tell us the truth.
- Showed up at our senators’ offices to urge them to block the confirmation of racist Attorney General pick Jeff Sessions.
- Contacted our local city officials to tell them to support sanctuary cities.
- Attended emergency protests in support of immigrants, refugees and Muslims in our communities.
- Called new FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and told him to stop attacking Net Neutrality.
- Demanded that Congress block Trump’s attempt to destroy PBS and NPR.
We’ll never let Trump and his enablers in Congress, industry and the media take away our freedoms, normalize hatred or threaten the safety of our friends, families and neighbors.
But we can’t do this alone; we need you by our side. Click here to join the 100 Days of Disruption Campaign.