Action Alert: Crisis in Gaza

gaza1Psychologists for Social Responsibility (PsySR) urges you to join us in strongly advocating that the U.S. Congress, the U.S. government, and the leaders of other nations and international organizations immediately prioritize:

(1) Immediate international action for a ceasefire on all sides in Gaza and Israel.

(2) Intensive humanitarian relief efforts.

(3) Much more vigorous and sustained international leadership for negotiations involving all sides, including mutual recognition and security for Israel, Gaza, and all Palestinians.

The emergency humanitarian crisis in Gaza demands such immediate action.

PsySR urges you to contact today your lawmakers, national government officials, and all other relevant contacts that you can make to strongly advocate for such emergency U.S. and international action.

Please forward this call widely. Please also sign the petition for an immediate ceasefire organized by the international organization Avaaz.

Below is contact information to help you reach out to U.S. lawmakers, government representatives, and the media at this critical time:

** The White House: Call 202-456-1111, or send an email to

** The U.S. State Department: Call 202-647-6575.

** U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate: Call 202-225-3121 or 202-224-3121. (If you forget your lawmakers’ names, just give the operator your zip code.) Phone calls are particularly effective. For those who also want to send a letter, via email, you can do so HERE by entering your zip code and following the links to Contacts.

** Write a letter to the editor to local or national media. Go to for help with the names and email addresses of particular news media are available HERE.


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