10 Actions in 1oo Days: A Postcard for the First Action

Postcard for the First Action

10 Actions in 100 Days: A Postcard for the First Action

The Women’s March has launched a new campaign, Ten Actions in 100 Days. The first action is to write a postcard to our senators explaining why we march. We are asked to post a photo of the cards to social media with the #WhyIMarch tag before mailing it. All of the details about the campaign are at: https://www.womensmarch.com/100/

I modified yesterday’s sketch for this postcard, simplifying the sketch even more and selecting a single message that I want everyone who gets a card from me to think about.(They tried to bury us. They did not know we are seeds.)


Back of Postcard

On the back of the card there is a blank sign for the cause I will write about. I was going to pre-address the cards it but it turns out that each senator and representative has a unique address. Fortunately the site above has an easy way for us to locate the appropriate address. I am having the postcard printed this evening and tomorrow will pick up my cards.

I would love to share this card. Right click on it and select copy image. If you cannot download it, send a note to sullivasarah@gmail.com and I will send you a pdf that you can use to print it yourself or have a copy service do it for you.

Imagine the impact if all 5 million marchers send cards!

About Sarah Sullivan

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4 Responses to 10 Actions in 1oo Days: A Postcard for the First Action

  1. Tara D'Orazio says:

    How would we download it?


  2. When I right click on it it gives me some options. I just downloaded it by selecting, ‘Save a Copy.’


  3. Beverly Barrett says:

    Sarah can I pass this on to Neighborhood news?

    Sent from my iPhone



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