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#1: LEARN MORE about how TPP endangers our food, our health, our jobs, our environment, human and animal rights, and our ability to regulate Wall Street by visiting http://tradejustice.net/tpp. Also be sure to visit our video gallery at http://tradejustice.net/videos

#2 SIGN UP at http://tradejustice.net/form to join TradeJustice's anti-TPP activist network to receive critical updates on the fight against TPP and get involved in our anti-TPP organizing efforts. Even if you've already filled out one of our sign-up sheets at an event, please visit this link, which will help us determine what email lists to add you to and what tasks you'd like to help with.

#3: MAKE A DONATION to TradeJustice's campaign against TPP at http://tradejustice.net/tppdonate.

#4: PRINT FORM LETTERS AGAINST TPP, get people to sign them at rallies, forums, protests, meetings, and other events, and main them to TradeJustice (address is on the bottom of the letters). You can find form letters on a variety of TPP issues and informational handouts to give to signers at href=http://tradejustice.net/tppformlet.

#5 WRITE TO YOUR SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVE about the TPP and Fast Track through this online action alert.  Please also post the alert on Facebook, Twitter and other social media.  Over 2,000 messages have been sent to Congress since the State of the Union, and want to make sure that every Member of Congress is hearing from multiple constituents about it.  

#6: HELP MAKE CONGRESS AWARE OF TPP SECRECYSix hundred official corporate advisers have access to negotiating documents while the public, press and even Congress are being kept in the dark. Help raise awareness of the dangers and secrecy of the TPP in Congress by using these action alerts to requesting a copy of the TPP draft text using this from your Congressional Representatives and your Senators.

#7: WRITE A LETTER TO THE EDITOR of your local newspaper using this online tool.  A sample letter is provided, but the more you can personalize and localize your letter, the more likely it is to be published.  Here's one example of a letter that was published, provoking lots of positive responses in the paper's comments section.

#8: ADOPT A CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVEWe need volunteers in every Congressional district in the NY metropolitan are who are willing to keep an eye out for Town Halls and other public events held by U.S. Representatives and U.S. Senators.  Please take a moment now to visit your Member of Congress' websites and sign up for their email lists, so that you're receiving invitations to their constituent events.  Once you've done so, please let our friends at Citizens Trade Campaign know at by filling out this online form to join the TPP Congressional Accountability Project. When you hear about an upcoming Town Hall or public event with your Members of Congress, please email adopt@tradejustice.net and info@citizenstrade.org.  Whenever possible, please attend the event yourself and ask a pointed question like:  "I am angry that U.S. trade negotiators have refused to tell the American public what they've been proposing in our names for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, while simultaneously giving hundreds of corporate lobbyists, including those from Walmart, Chevron and Cargill, access to the negotiating texts.  We can't afford for the TPP to become another back-room deal the enriches big corporations at the expense of working people.  Will you commit to opposing Fast Track authority for the TPP?" This is also an opportunity for us to bring up their voting record on recent trade agreements – you can learn how the voted on the Panama, South Korea, and Colombia Free Trade Agreements at http://tradejustice.net/votes.

#9: GET YOUR ORGANIZATION TO SIGN THIS STATEMENT – Are you a member of a union, religious congregation,community group, or activist organization? Ask the organization to add it's name to the Tri-National North American Unity Statement Opposing NAFTA Expansion through the Trans-Pacific Partnership.  You can read the statement at http://tppxborder.org/ and add your organization as a signer at http://tppxborder.org/organizational-statement-of-unity/.

# 10 … AND THE HEMISPHERIC STATEMENT AGAINST THE TPP – Also ask your union, religious congregation,community group, or activist organization to sign the Statement of Social Organizations of the Americas in opposition to the TPP by filling our this form.

#11: CONTACT YOUR STATE SENATOR AND ASSSEMBLYMEMBER and urge them to add their names to Maine State Representative Sharon Treat's letter to US Trade Representative Ron Kirk concerning TPP and the environment. They can view the letter, Rep. Treat's cover letter, and find out how they can sign on at http://tradejustice.net/treat. Also ask them to co-sponsor The New York Jobs and Trade Act (S.1072/A.1695), which they can find at http://tradejustice.net/nyjt. You can find your state legislators' contact info at http://tradejustice.net/sleg

#12: MAKE A 1-2 MINUTE ANTI-TPP VIDEO - One of the best ways to get people fired up about the TPP and Fast Track is to show how it impacts our everyday lives. Public Citizen is collecting 1-2 minute videos from individuals and groups explaining

·         Why your group if you are part of an organization) was one of the over 400 groups that signed on to the organizational letter against fast track for TPP to Members of Congress (you can check if your organization signed at http://tradejustice.net/ftlet)

·         Why you (or an organization you are part of) oppose the TPP

·         Why you (or an organization you are part of) oppose Fast Track

·         What you (or an organization you are part of) think trade policy in the 21st Century should look like.

Please send videos to Public Citizen's Lacey Kohlmoos at LKohlmoos@citizen.org. Submissions will be used to create one full-length video, but will also be posted individually to the Global Trade Watch (GTW) Facebook page, YouTube channel, TPP website, and twitter feed. Be as creative as you want. GTW welcomes everything from a simple statement, to an interview, to a song, to visuals and mixed media. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email Lacey or call her at (202) 454-5134.