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Want To Watch CITIZEN KOCH?

"KPBS San Diego: Listen to public television viewers like us and air the documentary Citizen Koch!"

“KPBS San Diego: Listen to public television viewers like us and air the documentary Citizen Koch!”

[Email Petition]

A Personal Message From MoveOn About Citizen Koch

(This was issued to me, Reviewer Rob)

I’m Reece Castellano, and I live not far from you. I started a petition on MoveOn.org urging our local public television station, KPBS 15, to ensure that the documentary “Citizen Koch”—which exposes the billionare Koch Brothers who helped launch the Tea Party—gets shown to the public.

Now that Tea Party Republicans have shut down the government, it’s more important than ever that we expose the Tea Party and its funders.  

We need “Citizen Koch” on the air in San Diego. Will you sign the petition I created urging KPBS 15 to take action?

Click here to sign the petition I started on MoveOn.org urging KPBS 15 to make sure “Citizen Koch” is aired in San Diego, and then pass it along to your friends.

The petition I created as part of a massive joint-organizing campaign launched by the organizations MoveOn.org and Working Families, says:

Koch money shouldn’t influence public television programming — we want to see the film “Citizen Koch” aired on PBS!

You probably haven’t seen the film “Citizen Koch,” which was created to show on public television. That’s because it was yanked out of fear of upsetting David Koch, one of the extreme-right-wing billionaire Koch brothers, who was instrumental in funding the Tea Party. He’s also donated millions to public television stations.

Working Families and MoveOn members delivered 350,000 signatures to public television’s flagship station in New York City, urging a national broadcast of the film “Citizen Koch.”

But they still haven’t responded. To ratchet up the pressure, I, and hundreds of other Working Families activists, have taken the fight to our local stations by starting our own petitions.

Click here to sign the petition I started on MoveOn.org urging KPBS 15 to make sure “Citizen Koch” is aired in San Diego, and then pass it along to your friends.

Thanks!

–Reece Castellano

This petition was created on MoveOn’s online petition site, where anyone can start their own online petitions. Reece Castellano and the organization Working Families didn’t pay us to send this email—we never rent or sell the MoveOn.org list.

Want to support our work? MoveOn Civic Action is entirely funded by our 8 million members—no corporate contributions, no big checks from CEOs. And our tiny staff ensures that small contributions go a long way. Chip in here.


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Editor’s Note: below is a 30-minute video that came up when I typed “Citizen Koch” in Google. It was not included with the petition email reprinted above.

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