Stepping Up. Even More.
By Paul Bland
We heard you.
In the weeks and months following last year’s election, many of you told us how important you thought it was for Public Justice to take a bigger, more active role in rallying the public behind our shared cause. From protecting the CFPB’s rule on forced arbitration to opposing Congressional attacks on class actions, we’ve stepped up in new and significant ways to take on the powers that be in Washington, and around the country.
Today, we’re stepping up even more.
I’m thrilled to announce that Public Justice has added a new position to our staff. Today, we welcome Ameesha Sampat as our new Outreach Manager. Ameesha will be working to rally and mobilize grassroots support for the issues at the heart of Public Justice’s mission. From working with allied organizations and coalitions to introducing Public Justice’s work to new and diverse audiences, Ameesha will ensure the voices of those we help are heard, and that we have the grassroots power we need to win in Washington, and in the court of public opinion all across the country. We’re thrilled to have her on board, and to begin this exciting new chapter in Public Justice’s work.
With your help, we’ve already helped slow down an effort in the Senate to kill the CFPB’s forced arbitration rule. We’ve helped shelve a House proposal to gut the Fair Credit Reporting Act. And we’ve called out Betsy DeVos for rolling back Title IX protections for young women. Now, we have even more firepower to take on the fights that matter and bring even more allies to our side.
Will you stand with us by making a tax-deductible contribution in support of our new grassroots efforts? Your gift will be put to immediate use as we reach out, rally support for our cause and build a movement to ensure #PublicJustice4All.
Together, we can change lives . . . and the law.
Thank you for being with us