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How do I Join Pantsuit Nation? , How do i find my local Pantsuit nation Group?
All of the Pantsuit Nation Groups are organized on Facebook, and are set up as secret groups, so you need to get connect in the group on Facebook to get added. BUT, i've found that if you can get connected into your secret State Facebook group, you can get directed to the local groups from there. - You can look at a friends profile, depending on their privacy settings, and if the local group is not secret, it might show up.
Here is what Pantsuitnation says on their new website Pantsuitnation.org
"There are many ways to join the Pantsuit nation conversation. We post publicly on Instagram, Twitter, and on our public Facebook Page. We also have a newsletter where we send out updates such as our manifesto, official Pantsuit Nation merchandise release (hint: coming VERY soon), and calls to action.
Our original, secret Facebook group remains invite only, so if you would like to join, please reach out to your own community to be invited by a friend. "
What is Pantsuit nation?
[OFFICIAL PANTSUIT NATION POST! PLEASE READ!]
Today marks four weeks since I started this group with just a handful of friends. It nearly bowls me over to think about all that has happened since then. Hundreds of thousands of stories have been shared here. Millions of people have come together in this space to listen. You are curious. You’re raw. You’re real and bright and beautiful.
All of this is happening within a context that is too often everything but reflective and civil. Our lives, particularly our online lives, are increasingly subject to a barrage of demands. Click here. Watch this. Sign up. There is incredible value in engaging in all of those ways, so please don’t misunderstand me. But I’m also suggesting that this space is just as valuable in its commitment to allowing YOUR voices and YOUR stories to shine through.
As we continue to do just that, we also look to the future of Pantsuit Nation. We are drafting a mission statement which I hope to share with you all soon. We are working to be inclusive, diverse, and representative in our leadership. We are developing more content to share with you here but also on our website (www.pantsuitnation.org), Instagram and Twitter accounts (@pantsuitnation), public Facebook page (Pantsuit Nation), via local chapters, and through our (upcoming!) online store. We’ve got many projects that are happening simultaneously, including some very exciting ideas around how to use this group to advocate for the very voices and stories that we have all come to recognize and cherish within the group. Those that have often been left out of our narrative as a country.
Thank you for being here.
How do I report Fake news on Facebook?
See image Below. Choose the upper right corner of the fake news piece, 1. click the arrow to open the drop down menu, choose report post. 2. Choose "I think it shouldn't be on Facebook" 3. Then click its a false news story.
How do I report fake news on Google?
Google allows you to give feedback on Search Results. Feedback is at the very bottom of the page . Highlight the page results or just the one article that is fake news and write "The top result is a fake news site and a story that is definitely untrue".
How do I change my Facebook Privacy settings so people can't see my groups?
Why is Pantsuit Nation Changing Names, what is SUIT-UP, Action-Together Network etc.
Still lots of questions about national affiliations. Here's the rundown on the big national activism groups that were created by PN members: Action Together Network ATN is primarily an administrative & infrastructure umbrella group. Their activism group is called Stronger Together. SUAN is the group created by PN admins. Together We Win (TWW) and Code Blue are growing rapidly and are well organized. The statewide groups are each chosing their own names, and often splitting into a Pantsuit group for stories and a parallel group for action. Everyone's goal is to have all the groups working together. You can be sure you're well connected by being a member of Action Together or Stronger Together Group in your state and your local-sub chapter.