Netroots to Obama: Don't Kill the Internet

When President Obama visited Silicon Valley and Los Angeles for fundraisers on July 23, our protests filled the news coverage from California to Washington—on ABC, NBC, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Hill, and more.

It was awesome. Hundreds of activists with, Free Press, CREDO, Color of Change, Demand Progress, and other grassroots, Internet-based groups came out to deliver a message to President Obama: fulfill your promise to protect Net Neutrality, and stop the FCC’s proposal to turn the Internet into a pay-to-play scheme that favors wealthy corporations.

photo credits: Stacie Isabella Turk/Ribbonhead, Erica Lee, Greenlining Institute

There’s still time for the president to call for what’s right. And there’s time for us to demand that he take that stand.

Can you watch and share this video so that more people know that, yes, President Obama can take a stand to save the Internet?

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