cooperation for effective action initiatives:

Online Community that allows us to create and complete actions

Connect with Tucson Leaders Want to change what is going on in the country and our community? Encouraging and exciting panel discussions will be held 9AM Saturday Mar 4 at City High School as part of a larger 'Unconference' event. Free, but space is limited - sign up now

Cooperation Unconference planned for Sat Mar 4 at City High School in downtown Tucson, AZ, bringing together candidates, activists, and members of the public who want to become more engaged in a positive way. sign up now! (free, but space is limited)

You can also tell us how you want to connect

1/12/17 - installed Wordpress multisite, can create ad-free political blogs here. First blog: Political Analysis

11/28/16 - First experimental site, Pass the Baton - make your own space for a cooperative project

11/8/16 - Election 2016 - Now What? Facebook page for doing a tiny action every day

other efforts towards positive change: Find districts to flip Find your closest swing district

Stronger Together facebook group

Indivisible Guide to making Congress listen

Action Network online organizing tools

CrowdPAC: Raise money for candidates and causes including pledges to encourage a candidate to run

Record of where US Senators stand on the Muslim ban : who is speaking out and who is silent

Current Urgent Issues:

2/11/17: Mass deportations may be starting
Please join the Here to Stay network

Also - ask your local churches, synagogogues, mosques and other religious organizations to provide sanctuary. Protection of religious expression appears to be a value of this administration so churches may be safely able to offer sanctuary against deportation to families: Sanctuary Not Deportation

ACLU of Arizona

The Florence Project

Voto Latino

United We Dream

National Immigration Law Center

National Day Laborer Organizing Network


Puente Human Rights Network

Unitarian Universalists Sanctuary Movement

United Church of Christ Sanctuary Movement

Informed Immigrant Organization List

This is a site to support and encourage benevolent cooperation among people working to improve the lives of others and themselves, and help them achieve whatever shared or personal goals they may be working toward.

All helpful content is welcome, including inspiring stories, relevant essays/articles, pointers to information, software, or other helpful resources, and links to almost any kind of beneficial cooperative activity, whether social, political or personal. In particular, we want to help connect people or groups seeking ideas, advice, mentors, volunteers/staff, or other help or resources, with those who have them available.

We also aim to help correct the distorting effect of the news media's bias toward negative topics and stories, by providing factual data that gives a clearer picture of the true state of the world, and people's positive efforts in it (such as seeing the number and breadth of cooperative social and political ventures underway, yet unreported by the news media). Despite many big problems, and recent great political challenges, our world overall is still a great deal better off than most of us realize, and for many decades has been improving significantly, if unsteadily, in so many ways.