US: Attend the #MillionsMissing USA call this Sunday!

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This Sunday at 4pm ET, US organizers for the September #MillionsMissing protests will be meeting together to plan, mobilize, and connect with other protesters.  Those who have volunteered to lead a city protest are highly encouraged to attend; those just wanting to learn more about the protests are also very welcome.
If this is the first time you have volunteered for #MillionsMissing, these calls represent a great opportunity to get your questions answered and learn from those who have been active in the protest before.  If you have been active in advocacy, these calls represent a great opportunity to share what you’ve learned with others.
Let’s get moving, and let’s get loud! Let’s show the world that we may be missing, but we are mighty when we raise our voices together.
RSVP for the call by clicking on the link below.
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