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title: Organize a Tor meetup
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subtitle: Learn how to organize a Tor meetup with your friends.
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Organized by the community, meetups are a great way to find and strengthen the privacy supporters community in your local area.
### Step 1
Connect with a local space that will allow you to meet for an hour or two.
A public library, a social center, a hackerspace or a room in a university are some spaces that you can usually host your event.
### Step 2
Choose a date and time that is convenient for your group and the local space.
On weekends or during week days, after working hours (7 pm) might be better.
After confirming a local and date, create a poster and an online invitation to spread the event.
### Step 3
Find a meetup facilitator and draft an agenda, for example, question & answer about Tor, how to setup relays.
Read and follow our [best practices](https://community.torproject.org/training/best-practices/).
### Step 4
Before the meetup, organize the space. Buy some chips and snacks, hang some [posters](https://community.torproject.org/outreach/kit/) nearby the local, so people can find easily.
If you have some printed materials and/or Tor swag, put it on a table.
### Step 5
Load your presentation and wait a few minutes to people arrive.
During the activity take notes about questions, how many knew about Tor before, how many are relay operators, etc
### Step 6
After the meetup, clean up the space, remove the posters and upload your notes to [Tor Community Team](https://lists.torproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/tor-community-team) mailing list.
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## Talk about Tor
Word of mouth is critical to reaching new people and helping them protect themselves online. Here's how you can help.
Here you'll find materials on basic Tor explainers and concepts, ideas for preparing a Tor talk, suggested social media posts, and more.
## Explain how
### Privacy and freedom are human rights.
These rights are denied online around the world, but Tor gives them back.
### Tracking and surveillance are widespread.
We think privacy should be the default online, and that's what our software provides.
### Privacy isn't about having something to hide.
Privacy is about protecting who we are as human beings: our fears, our relationships, and our vulnerabilities.
### People shouldn't be exploited for using the internet.
Trackers are harvesting our every move, but a safer internet is possible.
### Tor software is developed by the Tor Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
We build free and open source software anyone can use.
### Tor software is used by millions of people around the world.
Journalists, activists, and everyday internet users rely on Tor.
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