I would be shocked if there is a single woman you know that hasn't been sexually harassed or assaulted.
Wow... we’ve been busy here at BlueWaveNJ!
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Upcoming Opportunities for Action
New resources to support your activism
BWNJ’s Coalition Initiatives
- Updates from our our Environment, Immigration and Health Care Committees as well as our Election Activities
With the party of Trump in power, there's no rest for the weary on the healthcare and broader domestic spending front.
I’m Rebecca and I am a graduate of Montclair High School. Even though I am away at school, I want to make sure that my vote still matters. That is why I am voting by mail in this election.
This past Saturday, BlueWaveNJ co-sponsored a live taping of SiriusXM's The Dean Obeidallah show featuring a Town Hall with gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy at the First Congregational Church in Montclair.
Answering interview questions from Obeidallah and the audience, including many members of BlueWaveNJ, Murphy drove his progressive platform home to a packed and enthusiastic house.
BlueWave's Healthcare Committee Speaks with Rep. Josh Gottheimer about "Problem Solvers'" ACA Compromise Proposal
On September 5, BlueWave's healthcare committee leadership and BlueWave President Marcia Marley had a phone conversation about efforts to stabilize the Obamacare private insurance marketplace with Representative Josh Gottheimer, the Democratic House member representing New Jersey's 5th District.
I don’t have to tell you that we are living through an unprecedented assault on our progressive values and victories for equality, justice and protections we have worked so hard to achieve for decades. Every day brings a new outrage from the Trump administration, from the gutting of environmental regulations to the rescinding of DACA.
The Trump administration has just announced that they will no longer support Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or more commonly known as DACA. This program helped over 800,000 children and young people to live and work in the United States without of fear of deportation.