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Tell us outside which local Congressional office your May 14th protest will be so we can post it on the Team Internet map and recruit others to join you.

The Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution is Congress’ ONLY chance to overturn the FCC’s repeal and save real net neutrality rules for all—and in order for the resolution to pass the Senate and make it to the House, we need 51 senators to vote on our side. Right now, 50 senators are publicly supporting the CRA. Our plan is to protest outside as many Senate and House offices as possible because if we make it past the Senate vote, the battle quickly shifts to the House. Congress needs to hear from us before they vote on the CRA resolution in mid-May, which is why we’re protesting on the 14th.

Don't worry if you’ve never done anything like this before. We’ll provide you with everything you’ll need, including optional coaching calls for event hosts and an optional pre-event call for hosts and attendees. We’ll also help recruit people to your event—though you should definitely encourage your friends to join you! If you have questions about how to complete this form, reach out to us at

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      Tell us where your event is so others can join you!

      Tell us which Congressional office your protest will be at. Events will not be approved if they are submitted with residential addresses.

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      NOTE: Event addresses are public.

      Tell us about your event:

      Add your member of Congress’ name to the protest’s event title so we can add it the map and recruit others to join you. For example, before submitting your event, the name should read, "RED ALERT: Protest for Net Neutrality outside Senator John Kennedy’s office," or, “RED ALERT: Protest for Net Neutrality outside Representative Mike Coffman’s office."

      Now, please review these Team internet rules:

      • Team Internet events are open to the public.
      • Events must have a specific street address so they can be placed on the map.
      • Event descriptions should specify support for Net Neutrality. We don’t post generic meetings or events.
      • We promote events that are free to the public. If a contribution is required (rather than optional) for attendance, it won’t be approved. Events that appear to be fundraising focused will not be posted.
      • Events including obscenities or offensive language won’t be approved.
      • Team Internet is nonpartisan. If your event refers to defeating or electing candidates for office or promoting a political party, it can’t be approved. 
      • Candidates for office and political parties can post events if the focus is on organizing support for Net Neutrality as opposed to electioneering.

      Next, we’ll review your event for approval.