Wednesday, January 19 2011 - Get Involved
Action Item from BuildingWhat.org
"The day we see the truth and cease to speak is the day we begin to die."
-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
January 17, 2011
We would like to extend our deepest thanks to Mark Stepnoski for generously offering $10,000 to match all donations made to the BuildingWhat? campaign during the last three days of 2010. Supporters across the country and around the world rose to the occasion, giving nearly $30,000 on top of Mark's $10,000 to bring the campaign to $67,000. Thank you all for your generous support and your belief in our strategy.
In the next few weeks we will be releasing a series of brand new TV ads. Without giving anything away, we are confident in saying these new ads will generate much publicity and create a groundswell of public demand for a new Building 7 investigation leading up to the 10th Anniversary.
To help pave the way towards that day, we have an important action item that will take you only two minutes to complete. Please help us send 500 emails to the Speaker of the New York City Council to inform her that 2010 was only the beginning of our campaign, and our calls for the empanelment an independent commission to investigate Building 7 will grow as the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 approaches.
Once you send your email you will be asked to click a button to record your participation. This button is on the webpage and transparently displays the total number of letters sent, so we are counting on you to show our numbers. You do not need to be a resident of New York City. We encourage people everywhere to contact Speaker Quinn. Press the link below to take action now.
Thank you for speaking up on this day of honor for Martin Luther King Jr.
The BuildingWhat? Team
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