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California Net Neutrality Lobby Day

Advocates from all over California are traveling to Sacramento to tell lawmakers that our digital civil rights matter.

The Color Of Change and Center for Media Justice are teaming up to take buses full of open Internet lovers to the state capital to make sure lawmakers hear our voices and respect our digital civil rights.

We are headed to Sacramento and you’re invited!

Lobby Day for Net Neutrality in Sacramento

Tuesday, May 29th, 8:30AM - 5PM

Location: We’ll meet in downtown Oakland for a light breakfast and short training, then board chartered buses to Sacramento!

More information will be sent after you register.

Space is limited, so register today to reserve your spot on the bus on Tuesday.

There is an urgent need to make ourselves heard in Sacramento to counter overwhelming lobbying by Comcast and AT&T. We need to demonstrate to our lawmakers that we support California’s comprehensive Net Neutrality bill SB 822, the strongest Net Neutrality bill in the country.

Without a fair and open internet, social movements like #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo might not have taken off. An open internet allows Black and other communities of color to be able to tell our stories in our own words, without traditional media gatekeepers.

Earlier Event: May 28
Mill Valley Memorial Day Parade
Later Event: May 30
Phone/Text Bank in San Rafael