Use the tools below to become a more effective humanist activist in your community. Get the most out of your local AHA chapter, contact your elected officials to let them know your views, pen a thoughtful letter to the editor to your local newspaper, get your friends and neighbors involved on issues of concern to you, and get some basic lobbying tips to effectively express your concerns.
Expressing Your Views
Contacting Elected Representatives
Participation in the democratic process is a highly valued aspect of Humanism. Contact your elected officials and share your thoughts on current events and government policy. Below are links to e-mail addresses, as well as phone numbers and mailing addresses for key elected officials.
Email the President or Vice President, call or write the White House.
Find your U.S. Representative’s contact information by typing in your zip code.
Find a list of U.S. Senators and links to their websites, organized by state.
Find e-mail, telephone and postal contact information for your State governor by clicking on his or her website.
This database contains information from the fifty state legislatures, the District of Columbia and the Territories.
Find information on local officials and governments, including cities, counties and townships.