Show Rep it is important to address TPP – 4/5/16 in Durham
Join a coalition of over 40 organizations at Congressman Butterfield’s ‘State of the District Address’ to emphasize how harmful Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is to women and the 99%.
Our coalition of over 40 organizations (including NC NOW) has been trying to meet with Congressman BK Butterfield about TPP . So far, he has not agreed to meet on TPP with the coalition, nor has he met with people who live in his district. We’re taking this opportunity to show how important TPP is to so many people and organizations.
Picture of coalition at 2/4/16 press conference which was held underneath Rep. Butterfields office building. This was the turnout despite the rain!
Photo Credit: Markatos Photography
Meet at Durham Tech in Durham at 5:30 in front of the Educational Resources Center for an event that goes from 6-7p.m.
This is not a protest. People can bring signs but signs won’t be a focus. There will “No on TPP” stickers.
Email president at raleighnow.org if you can go. Renee Maas at rmaas at fwwatch.org is organizing carpooling, in case you need that.
April 5 – DURHAM
State of the District Address
A look ahead at transforming North Carolina’s First Congressional District.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
6:00 – 7:00 PM
Durham Technical Community College
Educational Resources Center
1637 East Lawson Street
Durham, NC 27703
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