DoPeace online community

The Peace Alliance is pleased to announce the launch of DoPeace, our online community of, by and for volunteers with The Peace Alliance, Student Peace Alliance and the Campaign for a U.S. Department of Peace. At DoPeace, we come together to celebrate, support and foster effective and FUN citizen-based peace activism.

Online networking is a powerful and proven tool for effective grassroots organizing. By participating in the community, we can reach beyond geographic boundaries and time zones to connect with new people, share great ideas, increase our impact and grow the campaign.

Here are the simple steps you can take to join the community and use this powerful new tool:

Go to http://dopeace.ning.com/ and Sign Up
Watch the DoPeace Overview Video if you want tips about the site (linkable off the home page)
Click on the Groups link and search for your state name
Join your State group
Join your chapter group. If it doesn't exist yet, you (yes YOU!) can create it. Be sure to name it with the State Name first, followed by the District Number (e.g., "Maryland 08" for Maryland's district 8).
Get active in the community. You can:
Upload your own pictures and videos of campaign activities you've been part of
Read Peace Alliance Executive Director Lynn McMullen's blog
Write your own blog
Make friends directly with people all across the nation
See what's happening in other parts of the country and get great ideas
Discuss ideas, issues, news or challenges in organizing
Create and publicize events
Spread the word on Facebook, Myspace and many other sites
Get help from the DoPeace administrators
And more!
Invite everyone in your network to join DoPeace and help build the community.
We look forward to connecting with you on DoPeace!

In peace and partnership,

David

David Hazen
Oregon State Coordinator
The Peace Alliance Campaign
for a U.S. Department of Peace

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