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February 9th, 2012

 

 

 

Join us on Wednesday, February 15, 2011 for Support Your Media Day, an online, 24-hour fundraising event to support and strengthen independent media outlets—the media that informs the 99%.

On that day, every donation and donor IPS gets will help us claim our share of more than $10,000 in grants.

These contributions will fund the critical work we do every day and our unique brand of international reporting. They’ll support our writers, photographers, editors and media trainers throughout the world – from the streets of Damascus to the Dadaab refugee camps, from the Amazon basin to the Mekong Delta – wherever citizens are acting for change.

Support Your Media Day is going to be a big event. Please join us. This is your opportunity to sustain reporting and analysis that is especially critical in this time of global upheaval.

Help us to continue to write the news that you want to read:

1) Mark Wednesday Feb. 15 on your calendar, bookmark this giving link: http://supportyourmedia.razoo.com/story/ipsnews/ and make a donation to IPS on Support Your Media Day.

2) Share this event on Facebook and Twitter and help build the buzz. You can tweet about this day using #supportyrmedia.

3) Spread the word! Share this post with your family and friends along with a personal note explaining why you believe in our work, and why they should give on Feb. 15.

We can’t wait to celebrate the difference your generosity will make.

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