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Jun 21, 2019 at 01:48 PM

Get the word out.  

Join an initial twitter storm (a rain before the storm perhaps);

the Momentum is building!

 @Raptors #SkipTheTrip to Israel

 on Saturday, June 22, 

Starting at 13:00 ET, 20:00 Palestine, 10:00 PT.  

Join us for 1-2 hours

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WHAT DO I DO?

GET READY IMMEDIATELY: 
Follow @Canadian_BDS on twitter

PARTICIPATE on Saturday, June 22
  1. Retweet: from @Canadian_BDS
  2. check website for sample tweets & for twitter accounts of Raptor players and others
Other Ways to Engage:
Like & Follow on Facebook @BDSCoalition. Watch for more actions & information.

Read More About the Campaign:
The Middle East Monitor Please #SkipTheTrip to Israel, Toronto Raptors

Sign the Petition

Be in touch: bdscoalition@gmail.com
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