29th March EU Super Hero Protest

by Madeleina Kay in London, England, United Kingdom

29th March EU Super Hero Protest
We did it
On 13th March 2018 we successfully raised £2,021 with 34 supporters in 28 days

To organise an EU super hero protest on 29th March. One year after triggering Article 50 we need to make our campaign to #StopBrexit heard.

by Madeleina Kay in London, England, United Kingdom

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29th March marks 1 year after Theresa May triggered Article 50, and starts the 1 year count down to supposed "Brexit day"... Unless we succeed in our mission to #StopBrexit.

Oh yeah, and it's also #EUsupergirl's birthday.

After the success of the "Brexit Wonderland Tea Party" stunt last year, achieving national and international press coverage, we need to make the Remain campaign noticed in the media once more and get the Pro EU #StopBrexit message in the public eye. 

It is imperative that we show there is an opposition to Brexit on the day many Brexiters will be celebrating as "Independence Day".

We are organising an "EU super hero" themed protest after the huge success of the #EUsupergirl stunt when Madeleina Kay was thrown out of the press conference in Brussels. One thing that stunt taught us is the media love an image and a story. So we want an army of "EU super heroes" to gather in London and show that we are ready to fight Brexit to the bitter end. 

This protest will include a rally  and musical performances at the No 10 Vigil outside Downing Street.

We are also planning several publicity stunts, which will be kept "Top Secret" until we make the press releases.

Please support the crowdfunder for this protest event, money will go towards "EU Super hero" costumes, and organising the various stunts on the day to try and create eye catching, memorable images that will achieve press coverage for the Remain campaign.

Also, please donate if you want to wish #EUsupergirl a happy birthday... All she really wants for her birthday, after all, is to #StopBrexit!





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