- Sign up here to join codepink at the DNC and RNC conventions this summer.
- Find a candidate and an event: List of current candidates running for the White House | Presidential Debate Schedule
- Is there a candidate coming to your town? Tell us about it!
WHERE ARE THE CANDIDATES?
PLAN YOUR STRATEGY
Stage a presence:
Will you be attending the event inside or staying outside with banners and signs? Use the peace platform for banner messaging suggestions. Depending on the circumstances, purchase or reserve a ticket, stand in line or otherwise peacefully enter the event.
Publicize your event:
Email us to have your outside event posted to the CODEPINK action calendar.
Don't forget your banner:
If you attend the event, you might be searched by security at the event. If so, slip your banner up your sleeves; fold in your pockets, pants/skirt or any other inconspicuous areas.
Don’t forget a copy of the 10 Peace asks for Presidential Candidates.
Be prepared to hand a copy of it to the candidate or campaign aide.
Document your experience!
Take a photo/or video with the candidate or campaign aide with a banner and/or discussion about the Peace platform. Share it on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with the hashtag #PresidentForPeace
Social Media Guide
Share the Peace Platform on social media using our sample twitter tweets and graphics
Sign up to be a social media ambassador
We will send you weekly updates and tips!
- Download a copy of CODEPINK’s Peace Platform and distribute our flyer!
- Guide to Bird-dogging your candidates in person (coming soon)
- Host a Debate Watch Party — CODEPINK Style (coming soon)
- Get inspired!
Inspiration: 2016 RNC Flickr Photogallery + Media Coverage of CODEPINK Actions at the RNC!
Inspiration: 2016 DNC Flickr Photogallery + Media Coverage of CODEPINK Actions at the DNC!
NOTE: CODEPINK is a 501c3 and we do not endorse any candidate!
CODEPINK models social justice (with a splash of pink) by making beautiful trouble at 2020 Presidential candidate appearances. Armed with our 10-point peace platform, we remind candidates that U.S. foreign policies should be based on respect, cooperation, diplomacy, and demilitarization. We know that change will not occur unless citizens demand it!