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The number one thing you can do to help borderlands people and wildlife is to let your members of Congress know you don’t want a border wall and you want them to stop it. This becomes even more powerful if you find out how they voted on border wall funding–and tell them what you think of their vote.

Being an advocate for the borderlands means reaching out to those people who are responsible for the border wall that has already been built, holding them accountable, and demanding that they stop wall construction. In short, it means calling, writing or visiting the offices of your members of Congress.

Many people have lost faith in the Democratic process and no longer believe that communication with elected officials matters—it does.

 Many people have lost faith in the Democratic process and no longer believe that communication with elected officials matters—it does. Voters do have power, but they have to exercise that power. They have to use their voices and speak out for what they believe, and not just at election time.

The links below will help you advocate on behalf of the borderlands—by calling, writing, and expressing your thoughts on social media. You will also find information about how members of Congress voted on key bills related to border wall funding. (Surprise! Some of the most outspoken opponents of border walls have voted to fund them time after time.)