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June 18th, 2009

A Message from Executive Director Wenonah Hauter on Connecting with You through Social Media

Several months ago, in response to our inquiry about social networking sites, you recommended online communities that we should join. We’ve taken your advice and created fledgling pages on Facebook, Twitter, Care2, Change.org, and Gather.

We want to thank you for the warm welcome we’ve received. We are touched by the enthusiasm and deeply inspired by the stories of political activism and personal actions. We are so excited to connect with you in this way!

Our exponentially growing online movement with so many committed activists, like yourself, is becoming a political force to reckon with and is going to have an incredible impact on our collective efforts to create a better world.

With your help, we are working to engage individual activists, the blogosphere, the media, and policymakers on our essential issues with a cutting-edge, fearless, independent voice.

Together we can become a dynamic, well-informed and highly effective community
that supports the human right to clean, safe, affordable food and water and takes back our commons from the corporate profiteers.

Thank you for the privilege of engaging with you. I look forward to enjoying your
comments, your advice, and your wisdom as we communicate online, and, most of all, working together to create a better world.

-Wenonah

One Comment on A Message from Executive Director Wenonah Hauter on Connecting with You through Social Media

  1. Ron J McGill says:

    Pretty soon we’ll be a bigger lobbying power than the AARP! ONWARD!

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