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The Sparrow Project is a grassroots publicity & creative direction agency. We help amplify marginalized voices within grassroots activism, social justice movements, and the arts.
Sparrow recognizes that to stay ahead of our corporate opposition within the PR game we not only need tight, timely, forward-thinking press releases, we also need our message to have a social lift.
More then ever mainstream media outlets are allowing social trends on platforms like twitter and facebook dictate their headlines. This makes it all the more important that the important messages of those who fight for social change are not buried in the minutiae but are rather hoisted and amplified, this is where you come in...
By donating your twitter or facebook account you will be allowing our press releases, breaking lead lines, and activist talking points, to have an increased social lift. Your influence will contribute to our influence.
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The Sparrow Project
My Thank You Letter to Renee, Alice, Oscar and the 281 Other Animals I Helped Rescue from Abuse
I Used to Break into Laboratories to Free Animals: A Thank You Letter https://t.co/ne8INBCCy6 http://t.co/jUpJPGIjEj
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Tomorrow at The Base BK: Take notes on how to win a #FOIA street fight w/ @_rshapiro https://t.co/uFALbUzjBQ http://t.co/lshMSrmmvh
Today, The Ridenhour Prizes announced that Edward Snowden and Laura Poitras will be jointly awarded the 2014 Ridenhour Prize for Truth-Telling
Laura Poitras & Edward Snowden Awarded @NationInstitute Ridenhour Prize for Truth-Telling http://t.co/Ff5rrVPq0T http://t.co/EACtLjwwPw
After two years of delays, trial will begin for Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan. Set to begin this Monday, April 7th at 9:30am at 100 Centre St Room 1116 Part 41, Cecily's case marks the last ongoing Occupy trial.
Trial Resumes Monday for Cecily McMillan: Still Facing 7yrs After Beating by NYPD http://t.co/Q3CiGsJTbC http://t.co/CGyNQOv3fC
Theatre of Justice: @mollycrabapple on Cecily McMillan, Jeremy Hammond, Chelsea Manning & courts as preludes to cages http://t.co/pMpd6HKZ8a