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Get Involved

We are building a massive campaign to win bold policy change in 2021. We're gaining momentum, and could use your help!


Sign up here and our team will reach out to help you get involved. There’s a role for everyone to play, whatever your skills, interests, and experience. It’s going to take all of us! 

Together, we are building a powerful grassroots movement to reimagine Rhode Island

 from the ground up.

A New Model to Win the Change We Need

With nearly 150 other organizations across New England, we have formed the Renew New England Alliance, a coalition to address our states’ interconnected crises: mass unemployment, racial injustice, the coronavirus pandemic, and climate change. 





Help Us Transform

Rhode Island

Everyone in Rhode Island – no matter our backgrounds – wants dignified work, a safe place to call home, food for our families, and clean air to breathe and water to drink. But today, in the midst of a pandemic, hundreds of thousands of New Englanders are struggling to make rent and put food on the table, while a wealthy few are getting even richer. 


We deserve better, and we need to join together now to fight for it. 

We have the power to ensure that everyone in Rhode Island – Black, brown, and white, Indigenous and immigrant – has a dignified job with a liveable wage, can afford a comfortable home and enough food, and can walk or play outside in clean air.

A better world isn’t just possible, it’s necessary. And it starts with us.

Our Coalition

Renew Rhode Island is a coalition of 23 grassroots organizations – including frontline and Indigenous communities, organized labor, environmental justice advocates, youth groups, and racial justice organizations.

Our Policy

We’ve created and are fighting for the Rescue Rhode Island Act, a policy that will put thousands of Rhode Islanders to work building affordable, energy-efficient homes, running local farms and community gardens, installing rooftop solar panels for low-income households, cleaning up pollution, and slashing the carbon emissions that are causing the climate crisis.

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