Great news, Supporter!
In just three days, we’ve raised $7,000 of the $9,000 needed to pay for our 2016 New York Times Billboard & Mail Campaign
— thanks to hundreds of you who’ve chipped in to make it possible!
This means the billboard is now a lock, but we need your help to cover the entire cost
. Help us cross the finish line today, and together we’ll send The New York Times
our most powerful message to date.
That message is to take a look at the very evidence that’s been sitting on their website
for the past 11 years: the FDNY oral histories that the newspaper sued the City of New York to obtain — which include a staggering 118 eyewitness accounts of explosions.
A One-Two Punch
This provocative billboard is just the first step. As soon as it’s up, our plan is to mail a photo of it, plus excerpts from all 118 oral histories
, using our brand new article template, to hundreds of recipients including:
- 500 New York Times editors and reporters;
- The FDNY’s 200 firehouses;
- New York City’s 51 council members;
- And — while we’re at it — the board members of the New York ASCE chapter and the Structural Engineers Association of New York.
And let’s not forget, the billboard will be seen by a whopping 100,000 passersby each day throughout September!
Help Raise the Final $2K Today
With the 15th anniversary of 9/11 upon us, now is the time to show “the newspaper of record” that we’re not going away until they fulfill their duty to really investigate 9/11.
Please help us raise the final $2,000 today, and together we’ll do just that.
The AE911Truth Team