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Saturday, December 28, 2019

Jewish Voice For Peace: On A Bus To Iowa - EXAMPLE OF WHAT ONLINE CENSORS (GOOGLE) DO TO FULL MESSAGES THEY DON'T LIKE!

On a bus to Iowa!   
Sat, Dec 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Dear James,
Freezing temps, gusty winds, and a bus full of my JVP Action comrades. In just two weeks, I’ll be rolling through Iowa on the JVP Action Palestinian Freedom 2020 bus!
We’re heading into the final stretch before the Iowa caucuses, so JVP Action college students and staff are taking a bus across Iowa to send a message to the 2020 presidential hopefuls: Palestinians deserve to be free. The U.S. must stop funding Israeli injustices and oppression now.
It’s the end of the year and your inboxes are full, so I’m going to get right down to it: taking a busload of student activists across a state to trail presidential candidates costs money.
Will you donate today to help us hit the road?
We need your support to get our Palestinian Freedom 2020 yard signs up on lawns across the state; to put Palestinian Freedom signs in the hands of campaign event attendees; to have the biggest signs and banners at rallies demanding an end to U.S. military funding for Israeli injustices.
And then there’s gas, housing students for a week, food to keep the energy flowing, and maybe a couple of hot chocolates? It’s cold out there.
It’s not complicated. Like all people, Palestinians deserve to be free. Let’s make sure these presidential hopefuls know it too.
Iowa or bust!
Onward,
 
Maya Edery
Campus Organizer


JVP Action is a multiracial, intergenerational movement of Jews and allies working toward justice and equality in Israel/Palestine by transforming U.S. policy. We are an independent, nonpartisan, 501(c)(4) organization formed as the political and advocacy arm of Jewish Voice for Peace.

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