The Trump administration is doubling down on war in Yemen and we need your help to stop it.
Yemen is facing a massive humanitarian catastrophe. The ongoing war has killed thousands, forced millions to flee their homes, and left 7 million people at risk of famine as conflict is destroying crops, cutting off access to ports, and driving up the price of food. It can feel overwhelming, but thankfully we have a unique opportunity to do something about it.
As early as tomorrow the US Senate may vote on S.J. Res 42, the Murphy-Paul-Franken legislation to block the sale of more bombs to Saudi Arabia. Passing this bill will keep more weapons out of the hands of Saudi Arabia and help save lives.
Call 1-855-68-NO-WAR now to tell the Senate to stop the sale of US-arms fueling the war and famine in Yemen.
This is happening under our watch and in our name. US-manufactured weapons are being used to devastate Yemeni civilians, leaving them on the brink of starvation. US-made bombs have destroyed ports and are keeping people hungry. US-made bombs are raining down on Yemen as humanitarian crisis tightens its grip. It is time to say enough.
Please take just a couple of minutes to make this call TODAY.
Calling is easy. All you have to do is dial 1-855-68-NO-WAR (1-855-686-6927) right now to be automatically connected. Here’s what you can say once you are connected:
Hi, I’m a constituent in your state, and I’m calling to ask you to BLOCK the sale of precision-guided munitions to Saudi Arabia that are fueling war and devastation in Yemen.
The Yemeni people are on the brink of famine after two years of conflict. They need peace and humanitarian aid, not more US missiles and bombs.
Ready to make your call? All you have to do is dial 1-855-68-NO-WAR now to be automatically connected.
Once you are done, call back and connect with your other Senator’s office so they both know that we need their vote on this bill.
Over the last year so many of you have raised your voices for civilians in Yemen. We must keep pushing.
Call 1-855-68-NO-WAR now before it is too late.