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Join the Thunderclap for Peace and Planet

Peace Action is encouraging its online activist network to join in on a Thunderclap, Disarm For Our Planet, calling for a reallocation of 10% in world military expenditures and directing the money towards efforts to counter the serious threat of rapidly accelerating climate change

The call was issued by the International Peace Bureau (IPB) of which Peace Action is a member. You may remember IPB is the coalition that leads the Global Day of Action on Military Spending (GDAMS) each year around Tax Day. Peace Action was North American coordinator of the GDAMS in two of the past 3 years. This from IPB’s call to action:

What is Thunderclap?

Thunderclap is a crowdspeaking platform which allows individuals and organizations to spread a message across the Internet via social media. It works almost the same way as crowdfunding, but in this case, if we do not manage to get our desired number of supporters – – a hundred – – the message isn’’t published.

How you can help

The campaign ends on December 13, meaning we only have a few days left and need your help if we want it to succeed. In order to do so, you can start by supporting it on Thunderclap by using this link and choosing one of the three options available: support via Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr.

For increased visibility, we will also be very active on social media during the following week. If you have not already, we strongly invite you to follow us on both Twitter and Facebook, and help us by posting/tweeting using the hashtag #DisarmForOurPlanet and liking/sharing/retweeting our posts. For the last couple of weeks, we have been pushing out the IPB message every day with some interesting infographics, so feel free to take a look at them as well!  You can find our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ipb1910b, our Twitter at https://twitter.com/IntlPeaceBureau and our Instagram @IntlPeaceBureau.

Again, your support is very much needed and appreciated, so thank you in advance!
Best wishes.

Special thanks to Sarah El Gharib and Sarah Lucek, social media and web coordinators for the International Peace Bureau.

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