A modest proposal, in seven installments: Seven Days of Action Against the Book Tax:
Day 1: Text/fax/postcard executive officials, supporting appeal of Rep. Locsin to the President to rescind book tax, and supporting, too, the NBDB resolution opposing the tax.
Day 2: Write a letter to the editor of a daily newspaper expressing your concern about the book tax. Demand coverage of the issue.
Day 3: Phone/fax/text a TV network about your concern about the book tax.
Day 4: E-mail UNESCO condemning the book tax.
Day 5: Two For One Day: recruit a Filipino friend to the Cause, and inform a foreign friend about what's going on so they'll raise the issue with their government. Sign the online petition too.
Day 6: Rule of Law Day: sign on to a lawsuit if the President won't listen to the appeal to rescind the book tax.
Day 7: participate in Rock Ed's Book Giveaway Activity, Baywalk, 3-6 pm May 24.
Friday, May 15, 2009
Manuel L. Quezon III's Seven Days of Action Against the Book Tax
Lifted from Manuel L. Quezon's Twitter account: