Faith leaders support Net Neutrality
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Faith leaders support Net Neutrality

One week until the Federal Communications Commission votes to adopt Net Neutrality. The Internet affects all of us, especially our ability to speak out on social justice.  Congress is threatening to block the new rules.  Faith voices are needed to join the chorus of people speaking out.  We couldn’t run churches or houses of worship, speak out against inequality or share our faithful messages without an open Internet.  Please share this and join the campaign with a testimonial or video!

Sample tweets:

Tell us why an #OpenInternet matters to you. Visit @Thefaithfulnet to create your testimonial! faithfulinternet.org/#main

What if all #socialjustice tweets were in #slowlane behind corporate speech? Speak out 4 #NetNeutrality while you can, join @TheFaithfulNet

As Christians we speak on the Internet against injustice – that’s why we need #NetNeutrality – add your voice to @TheFaithfulNet

.@revjenbailey:  a man was hungry, I fed him because of #NetNeutrality – What can you do? Tell us! www.faithfulinternet.org/#main

 

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