|Maybe you’ve heard about the “Ides of Trump” postcard protest. On March 15, people around the country will gather to write postcards to the man in the White House to tell him … well, to tell him what they think of him and his policies.
We really like the idea of a social gathering as a form of protest. But postcards? The man doesn’t read! Except on Twitter, of course. So we’re going to Tweet postcards at Trump. Here’s how it works:
On March 15, come to the Peace and Justice Center (actually, the Parlor at First Baptist Church, downstairs from our office) ~ Anytime between 5:00 and 7:00 PM.
Enjoy some snacks and the good company of other activists. Meet new people! Catch up with old friends.
Write your message to Trump on a sheet of paper.
We’ll take a photo of you and your message, then we’ll tweet your postcard at Trump using PPJC’s Twitter account.
If you can’t make it on the 15th, email us your Tweet @ Trump photo and we’ll post along with the others. Please put “Tweet @ Trump” in the subject line.
This event is sponsored by Peninsula Peace and Justice Center
(See event web page)