March 21st March on the Pentagon

Submitted by tnjp on February 28, 2009 - 1:00am.

March on the Pentagon

You can make a difference in building the March 21st March on the Pentagon without leaving your computer!::::::::

Help Spread the Word Online about the March 21st March on the Pentagon

You can make a difference in building the March 21st March on the Pentagon without leaving your computer!

We are asking everyone to spread the word about the new website http://www.PentagonMarch.org by posting a simple message about the demonstration with a link to the website all over the internet.

You can post the message and link on your own website or blog, or on your Facebook or Myspace page. You can also post the message on any blog where you think people would be interested, in online chat rooms and discussion groups, on message boards and listserves, and on the Facebook and Myspace profiles of your friends.

Basically, anywhere you can post a message and link on the internet, you should post about the March 21st March on the Pentagon and the new website http://www.PentagonMarch.org...

Here is a sample message that you can modify in anyway you would like - just make sure it includes the full website address.

On Saturday, March 21, people from all walks of life will travel from across the United States to take part in a March on the Pentagon on the sixth anniversary of the Iraq war to say “From Iraq to Afghanistan to Palestine, Occupation is a Crime” and “We Need Jobs and Education, Not Wars and Occupation.” For more information, go to http://www.PentagonMarch.org.

Put an image on your website, blog, Facebook or MySpace page, & include text with a link to http://www.PentagonMarch.org

 
Take action -- click here to contact your local newspaper or congress people:
Stop Pentagon Misadventures With Your Tax Dollars
Click here to see the most recent messages sent to congressional reps and local newspapers

Amanda is a managing editor at OpEdNews and has worked with Rob Kall on the site since 2004. A retired research ethnographer specializing in organization and technological innovation and strategic business development, she now resides in Georgia (more...)
 

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