Nos reunimos para participar?
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From: Steve Anderson <[hidden email]>
Date: Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:44 AM
Subject: If you believe in what we're doing…
To: [hidden email]
Together we’re leading an international movement against Internet censorship in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). We held off anti-Internet forces giving WikiLeaks the chance to release the details of the Internet Censorship plan.1,2
The media is starting to pick up the story and over 120,000 have spoken out around the world. This is all due to your efforts.3
Now, we want to bring our community together to have an online conversation with all of you about what’s next - RSVP here. That’s why we’re inviting you to join us for an open and collaborative online talk on what a fair digital future should look like – and we want you to join us!
On November 28th at 5:30 PM PST / 8:30 PM EST, we’ll be leading our community through an under-the-hood look at the next steps in safeguarding our digital future. And the best part? You can join from anywhere with an Internet connection - you can RSVP now.
That’s why it’s more important than ever that we seize on this unique opportunity, connect with one another, and together, create a positive digital future.
You’ve already put time and energy into calling on TPP negotiators to make their process more transparent and accountable, and your efforts have paid off -- TPP decision makers, international media, and governments are waiting to see what we’ll do next. 4
How we move forward could make all the difference and we need your participation in this conversation for it to work. Join our online conversation on November 28th at 5:30 PM PST / 8:30 PM EST.
This is a moment of pure potential: we can let our leaders tip us back into disempowerment and isolation, or we can move forwards into a new more open, participatory, and prosperous society.
Thank you for being a part of this,
Reilly, Thanh, Steve and Josh, on behalf of your OpenMedia.ca team
P.S. While you’re waiting to join the conversation, why not take part in our fun and easy, drag and drop digital future tool.
 “Congress May Have Just Killed the Trans-Pacific Partnership.” Source: The Diplomat.
 “Trans-Pacific Partnership Released by WikiLeaks.” Source: Huffington Post.
,  “Over 120, 000 People Have Said No to Internet Censorship.” Source: OpenMedia.
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