Another easy one today. Just take that same letter and contact your senator. Most of this writing is easy, and it should take just a few moments a day. Those moments however when repeated again and again, change the world
I don't think it will be necessary to do another video for a couple of days since the instruction is about the same.
The difference is that we're going to focus on smaller and smaller newspapers. These small town papers are read by people who are passionate for them. There might be a smaller readership, but you have an audience that cares. So today is a little smaller. The Long Beach Press telegram: http://www.presstelegram.com/ Specifically, let's talk about infrastructure in reference to the article:
These are going to be letters to the editor. See down below for our topic.
Try to keep them short, maybe 200-300 words at the very most. Just a quick note so we can get attention on our subject.
We're going to talk about the need for infrastructure improvements in California so incidents like what is happening in Oroville doesn't happen in more places.
The point of this is that we'll be able to talk about the fact that bad weather IS going to happen more and more. It's kind of a subversive discussion about global climate change. I will have my letter up tomorrow morning. The new post will go up in the afternoon.
Ideally, we'll all send it to the same place (The LA Times) with the hope that one of us will publish.
Put your letter down below and we will workshop it.