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Syria Call Resources

April 13, 2017


Thank you for joining Kate and Jim for the April 12 call on the United States' escalating war in Syria and what you can do to stop it.

Transcript of Kate's Remarks
Update What You Can Do to Stop Escalating U.S. War in Syria 

The abhorrent chemical weapons attack in Syria in early April was an act of reprehensible violence against civilians, deserving of the strongest condemnation by the U.S. and the international community.

Three Things You Can Do Now

1) Email your members of Congress

Ask them to oppose President Trump's unauthorized airstrikes against a Syrian airbase, and to speak out against further escalation.

2) Ask a question at a town hall

Right now, members of Congress are back in their districts holding meetings with constituents. Look for a town hall near you, and ask this simple question:

Will you urge Congress to immediately debate and vote against U.S. war in Syria, and press for diplomacy to stop the killing?

Action Alert Meet Face-to-Face to Stop Escalating War in Syria 

Congress is in-district from April 7-24, and they'll be listening closely for your perspective on the recent attacks on Syria. Dropping by their office or going to a town hall is one of the best ways to make your voice heard.

3) Drop by your member of Congress' office

Bring your message directly to your congressional office! Print out the article below, go to their website to find the nearest office to you, then pay them a visit -- no meeting required. Here's what to say when you get there:

I'm stopping by to say that I’m concerned about the U.S. escalating the war in Syria. Could you pass this document along to the right staff member for me and ask them to let me know your office's position?

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