Can you join us in Washington to help Burma?

It’s time for us to demand that Congress introduce the new Burma Bill.

Currently being drafted by Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) and Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY), the new Burma Bill would provide additional humanitarian assistance and support for the Myanmar people and further hold accountable the Myanmar military.

Now, let’s make the final push to get this bill introduced!  We are working with several of our partners to organize lobby days in Washington, DC, on August 5th and 6th. These days will be capped by a march from the White House to the Capitol Building on Saturday, August 7th.

Click here to sign up for our lobby days and rally in Washington, DC.

After the lobby meetings on August 5th and 6th, activists from around the country will meet up on August 7th to march from the White House to the Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

August 7th Schedule

  • 1 pm, LaFayette Plaza (across from the White House, 16th Street, NW and Pennsylvania Ave, NW)
  • 3:30 pm, The Capitol Building (Between Madison Dr, NW and Jefferson Drive, SW — the National Mall)

Can’t make it to Washington, DC?

Not everyone can travel next month. If you can’t come to DC, you can always email your Members of Congress directly at any time with this simple link. Every email makes a difference. Senators and Congresspeople do listen to their constituents. So please reach out.

Click this link to email your Members of Congress to urge them to support and co-sponsor the new Burma Bill..

Please also share with your friends this short link to the action:

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email: [email protected].

You can find more information about the Burma Bill here. Congress needs to produce and pass the Burma Bill – Campaign for a New Myanmar