Campaign 1021: The Drive to Repeal NDAA Section 1021

 

Greetings from Astoria LIC!

If you’ve made it this far, it’s because you’re interested in getting NDAA Section 1021 repealed. Below find resources you can use to bring pressure to your Member of Congress (MOC), including sample letters, a sample petition, and fliers (to help you get the whole community involved). If you’re just here to learn, below please find FAQs and a host of other background information, including details of our early efforts to get Section 1021 repealed, as well as what other legislators are trying to do about it. If you need something that you don’t see here, or if you’ve already started a campaign to get Congress to repeal NDAA Section 1021 (starting in your district!), e-mail us at constitutionalrights.oalic@gmail.com. Track your Progress: Occupations that send us updates and details on their campaigns to repeal Section 1021 will be posted below the resources! We know that, pushing together, we can do amazing things: another world really is possible.

Resource Library – Editable Resources

Here Are Resources to Use to Get Your Member of Congress (MOC) to Repeal NDAA Section 1021! Feel Free to E-mail Us at constitutionalrights.oalic@gmail.com!

docx fileClick here for a sample letter (if your MOC voted “no” on the NDAA in 2012)

docx fileClick here for a sample letter (if your MOC voted “yes” on the NDAA in 2012)

docx fileClick here for a sample flier (if your MOC voted “no” on the NDAA in 2012)

docx fileClick here for a sample flier (if your MOC voted “yes” on the NDAA in 2012)

docx fileClick here for a sample petition

Resource Library – Background Information

Here’s Information to Help You (and Your Friends) Learn More About NDAA Section 1021. Feel Free to E-mail Us at constitutionalrights.oalic@gmail.com!

.pdf fileClick here for answers to frequently asked questions

.pdf fileClick here to see how we got a meeting with our MOC

.pdf fileClick here to see the letter we sent in response to Section 1021

.pdf fileClick here to see the minutes of our meeting with our MOC

.pdf fileClick here to see legislation introduced in response to Section 1021

.pdf fileClick here to see the text of NDAA Sections 1021 and 1022

.pdf fileClick here to see President Obama’s signing statement on the NDAA FY 2012

.pdf fileClick here to see Judge Forrest’s decision finding Section 1021 Unconstitutional

.pdf fileClick here to read CRWG members’ personal statements on Campaign 1021

hyperlink to websiteClick here to find out who your MOC is

hyperlink to websiteClick here to find out how your MOC voted on the NDAA 2012

hyperlink to websiteClick here to find out how your Senator voted on the NDAA in 2012

videoClick here to see the debate on the Smith-Amash amendment to Section 1021 and 1022 – the debate begins at 46:45

videoClick here to see our friends at Occupy Queens meet with their MOC