Year of the Puma 2010
Welcome to 2010 — the Year of the Puma!
To be a permanent and effective force for political action, we need a working budget. We need money to pay for the printing and distribution of flyers and postcards; to consult lawyers regarding voter fraud investigations; to help develop and pass Louisa’s Law; to testify at public hearings in Washington D.C.; to work with professionals on our women’s history curriculum, and MUCH MORE.
All of our efforts are funded and supported by small, individual donations from our members. As always, every single penny raised goes straight into our political activities and our overhead is so LOW it barely registers.
If you believe in Puma PAC and our mission — if you want us to continue being the most effective group of political activists in a generation — will you help us reach our goal today?
Since obama’s election our goals have changed slightly and we’ve modified our mission to adjust to the most pressing consequences of November 4th: the widespread misogyny and sexism in the mainstream media which holds all American women back; the corruption of the Democratic Party and leadership which made the primary season debacle possible; AND the need to protect and advance opportunities for women in this country, ESPECIALLY as the Great Economic Collapse bears down on us all (and it will land harder on women, especially working class and single women).
Puma PAC is in this for the long haul. Our Action Teams are working non-stop in six major areas:
- Passing the Equal Rights Amendment after 86 years of struggle
- Monitoring the 111th Congress and advocating for legislation that supports our mission
- Documenting and Protesting sexism in the mainstream media AND educating the public about its widespread and long term effects
- Developing a national women’s rights curriculum for all American children
- Researching and investigating voter fraud and campaign finance violations during the 2008 election
- Protecting women’s lives by strengthening anti-femicide laws and drawing attention to the crisis of woman-lynching in the United States