From We Need A Law:
The second hour of debate on Cassie and Molly’s Law is only one week away!
This #WagantallWednesday we are asking that you print one of the attachments, take a photo (selfie or otherwise) and share it on your social media accounts. Just like Cassy is doing in this photo.
If you are not on social media there’s no need to worry! You can still participate by sending us your photo and we’ll share it on ours. If you can send it to firstname.lastname@example.org that’d be great!
Please use the hashtags #WagantallWednesday, #C225, and #mollymatters when you share your images.
Thanks everyone! We really appreciate the work you are putting in to support Cathay Wagantall and her bill.
Join the Thunderclap!
If you are on Facebook or Twitter, this action item is for you!
Right now, you're probably asking yourself: What is a Thunderclap? It's a platform that allows people to pledge to Tweet or Facebook a message which will be unleashed all on the same day at the exact same time - in order to achieve the maximum effect. Think of this action as a massive flash mob on social media. It's a highly effective way to be a voice for the voiceless and to get our message heard by as many as possible!
Our Message: "I do not support gender-based violence. Protect pregnant women and their pre-born children. #mollymatters #C225".
Click on this link and choose either "support with Twitter" or "support with Facebook" - or both! Then, add your name to the Thunderclap and on October 5 at 10:00am when the debate starts in the House of Commons, the message will be automatically posted to the Facebook or Twitter account of everyone who has signed up.
In order for our Thunderclap to be unleashed, we need to reach our supporter goal: 500 people! The more who participate, the more people we can reach. We've got one week to reach our goal. Imagine hundreds of thousands of people sharing the same powerful message at the same time!
Join our Thunderclap now and - along with thousands of others - send a loud message to our MPs on the Hill on October 5.