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Peace in Ukraine Sept Week of Action Day 3

Wednesday, September 14

National Call-In Write-In & Tweet Day to Media 

(Wash Post, NY Times, CNN, MSNBC) 

Tell the media to stop driving war – click to send a message.

Tell the media to promote alternative voices to end the war in Ukraine – click to send a message.


Contact the media to request anchors & journalists feature alternative voices to resolve the crisis in Ukraine.

Suggested guests: Medea Benjamin, cofounder CODEPINK and coauthor with Nicolas J. Davies of the soon-to-be-released "War in Ukraine: Making Sense of a Senseless War"; Ann Wright, retired diplomat; Jeffrey Sachs, economist; John Quigley, professor and former US negotiator in Crimea; Katrina vanden Heuvel, publisher, The Nation; Norman Solomon, cofounder, RootsAction; David Swanson, executive director, World Beyond War.

Send an email to: 

Other options for contacting the media:

- New York Times: To report errors regarding our coverage, send an email to [email protected] or leave a message at 844-NYTNEWS (844-698-6397).

- Washington Post: The online Help Center directs questions about The Post to the appropriate departments for resolution. The Help Center is also available by phone at 800-477-4679.

- CNN: Call 404-827-1500 and select option 1 to leave a news tip or story idea by phone. The CNN corporate office phone number is 404-827-1700, or you can fax them at 404-827-2600. The customer service number for CNN’s Washington D.C. bureau is 202-898-7900.

- MSNBC: Send an email to the editor at MSNBC News. The 2 main emails are [email protected] and [email protected]. Or, you can locate the page for MSNBC News on Facebook or Twitter to write to MSNBC news directly. Find the Facebook page at Their Twitter page is at Typically,
it will pop up with a separate window where you can write your message. Viewers may call msnbc Media Relations at 212-664-6605 or send an email to [email protected].




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