Action Center

Welcome to Stonewall’s RESIST page.  Want to get involved? Questioning how to deal with the current administration? Here are resources that YOU can use TODAY!

November 2018 Action Item

On October 10, 2018 the Trump administration proposed changing federal immigration rules about “public charge.” The current rule allows immigration officials to consider whether an immigrant applying for permanent residency is likely to become a “public charge.” Trump’s proposed rule change would automatically disqualify any immigrant for permanent residency who has ever received public benefits, including Medicaid, food stamps, and Section 8 housing.

The federal government is currently accepting comments on the proposed rule change. Stonewall encourages you to make your voice heard by submitting a comment opposing the proposed change. You can read details about the rule change and submit a comment here:

You are welcome to write whatever you wish in the comments. The Children’s Partnership has a template you can use if you’d like some help forming a comment.

The deadline to submit comments is December 10, 2018.

Year-Round Action Item

As of March 1, 2017 all single-use restrooms in any business establishment, public accommodation, or government agency must be identified as gender neutral. Stonewall has created the letter below for community members to deliver to establishments that still have “male” and “female” single-use restrooms. We recommend that you edit the form letter below and attach the language of the new law to the letter. Together we can make the Sacramento area more open to members of our community!

Link: AB 1732 Bill Text

Link: Form Letter

Run for office or seek appointment

Please contact Matthew Nielsen, PAC Chair at The PAC is developing a Boards and Commission program that will launch in the Summer. By the Fall, Stonewall intends to have a training developed for LGBTQ people who want to run for office.  Use this handy guide that shows all the upcoming races in your zip code.

Represent Stonewall and participate in an event or march!

If you are interested in participating and organizing a Stonewall contingent for an identified event in our calendar below, or a new one, contact Tim Kamermayer at We have a handy checklist and supplies to ensure your participatory success!  Help us inspire others by taking charge.

Arm chair activist?

  1. ONE CALL A DAY: 5 calls a week will move mountains.  Two US Senators, one Congressmember, one State Senator, one State Assemblymember. We have incredible power by making this simple, quick daily call. Politicians take note if they get 10 calls on an issue.  Imagine the impact of hundreds!
  2. Learn how to write a letter to the editor or how to call your representatives.
  3. PERSONAL RAPID RESPONSE TEAM: Form a personal team with friends (this is how protests at local airports were organized after Trump signed the Muslim ban).
  4. JOIN! Your membership in Sac Stonewall means we can do more at a local level.  Encourage others to join us too!  Sign up online for emails.
  5. SUBSCRIBE: Support and use at least one trusted news source: PBS, New York Times, your local newspaper, etc. A strong and independent media more important than ever. Share stories on facebook, twitter, especially fact-based stories.
  6. HAVE SOME FUN, TOO- It’s serious business, but have some fun too.

Want More? 

Check out our Resolutions and Media releases!

Sign up for mobile alerts and  follow our very own email alerts concerning the administration’s current activities.  Find nearby events with representatives  Focus on re-distribution of clustered liberal resources to red state Dems and progressives.     sign up activists in safe CDs to canvas in the nearest swing district.  lists business tied to Trump family with alternatives that do not.

If you are new to politics, you may want to learn how the political process works. The INDIVISIBLE Guide was written by Washington legislative staffers to provide strategies for fighting the Trump agenda, and engaging with our members of Congress and Senators. While this Handbook is geared towards the Federal level, many of these insights apply to our local  community. Check it out:

If you don’t know who your elected officials are, you can find them below:

Federal Representatives

State Representatives

Sacramento County

Board of Supervisors Meetings

Sacramento City

City Council Meetings

City of Rancho Cordova

City Council Meetings

City of Elk Grove

City Council Meetings

City of Folsom

City Council Meetings

Sacramento County Public School Districts