Dear Friends,

Our campaign to #ReclaimLove was a success! So many of you sent in letters of love and solidarity to some of the people who most need support right now. Together we reached millions of people on social media — and your letters are still pouring in from all over the country.

Let’s keep up the momentum and generate even more letters to show our love and solidarity for those impacted by the criminal justice system, climate change, the opioid epidemic and family separation at the US/Mexico border. We will continue collecting letters through March 15.

Here are three ways you can continue to send love:

1. If you haven’t sent a letter yet, you can go here to learn how.

2. If you’ve already sent your letters, please share one of these posts with #ReclaimLove and tag 5 friends who you know would be up for writing letters:

3. Or post a picture of the letter you wrote with #ReclaimLove and tag 5 of your friends.

We want to see our tables overrun with letters, homemade Valentines, and notes — so keep them coming! If you want to read the impact of letters such as these, check out this NYT story.

– Valarie, Amy, Valarie, Elizabeth, Julianna, Melissa and the Fellows of the Revolutionary Love Project

Scroll down to watch our Declaration and witness some of what we’ve done together…

Watch and share the video Declaration of Revolutionary Love featuring Rev. William Barber, Ani DiFranco, Debra Messing, America Ferrera, Sister Simone Campbell, Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Parker Palmer, Rabbi Sharon Brous, Brian McLaren, Carmen Perez-Jordan, Michael-Ray Mathews, Sally Kohn, Tim Blessed, Deepa Iyer and more.

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We declare our love for all who are in harm’s way — refugees, immigrants, Muslims, Sikhs, Jews, queer and trans people, Black people, Latinx people, the indigenous, the disabled, women and girls, working-class people and poor people. We vow to see one another as brothers, sisters, and siblings.  Our humanity binds us together, and we vow to fight for a world where all of us can flourish.


We declare love even for our opponents.
We oppose all policies that threaten the rights and dignity of any person. We vow to fight not with violence or vitriol, but by challenging the cultures and institutions that promote hate. In this way, we will challenge our opponents through the ethic of love.


We declare love for ourselves.
We will protect our capacity for joy. We will rise and dance. We will honor our ancestors whose bodies, breath, and blood call us to a life of courage. In their name, we choose to see this darkness not as the darkness of the tomb – but of the womb. We will breathe and push through the pain of this era to birth a new future.


We’re collecting letters until March 15th. You still have time to send your note of Revolutionary Love to people who need to receive it.

Our activism is only as strong as our solidarity is deep—and our words infused with #revolutionarylove can spark the kind of authentic connection that binds us together. So we’re sending love letters to people impacted by four of the most devastating issues facing our country: the criminal justice system, the opioid crisis, climate change and extreme weather events and family separation at the U.S./Mexico border. Read about the project and our partners at ReclaimLove.Us, and get everything you need to send your letters here.

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In this special episode, hear the vision and inspiration behind Revolutionary Love in Valarie Kaur’s conversation with Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews, the Deputy Director of Faith in Action and a leading voice in our movement.

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