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Put Your Skills to Work
Debug Politics hosts events and hackathons aimed at converting the tech community’s frustration with politics into meaningful action.
Organized by alums from the Bernie Sanders campaign, this is a distributed network of programmers who contribute to open source projects in support of progressive causes.
Ragtag organizes teams of volunteer technologists to contribute to projects for community organizations and nonprofits.
Techs and Balances also organizes teams of volunteer technologists to contribute to projects for community organizations and nonprofits.
Tech for Campaigns organizes teams of volunteer technologists to support the campaigns of down-ballot progressive candidates running in 2018.
Plug in to Politics
Support campaigns to turn state legislatures and governorships — crucial for creating more representative Congressional districts — from red to blue
Adopt a Congressional district to turn it from red to blue
Find your nearest swing Congressional district and find ways to turn (or keep) it blue.
Sign up to join a grassroots army that will be deployed to support progressive candidates in 2018.
A Facebook group for residents of Silicon Valley that organizes using the Indivisible Guide strategy.
TechEquity Collaborative organizes the Bay Area tech community to advocate for policy change that will ensure the region’s growing tech-driven economy works for everyone.
Tech Solidarity hosts local events across the country to connect tech workers to local community organizations and helps tech workers advocate for the companies they work for to be more ethical.
The Tech Workers Coalition is a group of Bay Area tech workers who organize actions in solidarity with local groups fighting for social justice, workers rights, and economic inclusion.