Attend the Protest Meeting Tomorrow

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These demands were originally intended for a protest in Washington D.C. alone, but over time, #MillionsMissing has grown into a national, multi-city protest. With that in mind, we will have an open community meeting on Wed. May 11th, 2 pm EDT to discuss the demands and receive input from the community.  We will also be using this time to check in with the satellite protests to ensure that everything is running smoothly.  Please make sure you have a representative from the satellite protests present, if at all possible.

These demands are a living document. After the protests on May 25, the demands will evolve as #MEAction receives input from the community and when we can gauge government response. MEAction.net will be setting up a mechanism for receiving that community input.

 

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