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Treva (Sister Seven Feathers)
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Action Resource List
Date: Fri, 01 Oct 1999
Subject: Action Resource List
Action Resource List - Here are several channels for getting the word out.
Resources for letter writing, telephone and e-mail. Use for
action alerts, global issues, initiatives and public awareness.
Sun Singer web site:
RADIO STATION EMAIL
GENERAL MANAGERS, NEWS DEPT'S AND CONTACT ADDRESSES
firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org; WAMH@amherst.edu;
email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org;
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firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com;
firstname.lastname@example.org; KVCU@colorado.edu; email@example.com;
firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org;
Fox News Now
Fox News Watch
NBC Nightly News
Write Media and your government rep's and the white house with relative ease. It's at
My Turn submissions should be sent to:
My Turn Editor, Newsweek
251 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019-1894
or e-mailed to: email@example.com
or faxed to: (212) 445-4120 (Attn: My Turn Editor)
For your reference, here are some other e-mail addresses at The Globe:
story ideas, suggestions
letters to the editor (please include full name and address)
comments on our coverage (to Globe Ombudsman)
submissions to "Ask The Globe"
submissions to "Confidential Chat"
City Weekly section
NBC Nightly News firstname.lastname@example.org
E-MAIL ADDRESSES AT NBC NEWS - Our Fleecing of America segment
can be reached at Fleecing@nbc.com.
The Today Show can be reached at
Dateline can be reached at
Sunday Meet the Press
Local Chadron AM News Radio Station
GORDON NEB GOVT. CONTACTS
City Officials The city offices are located at 311 North Oak Street and are
open for business Monday through Friday - 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Phone - 308
282-0837 Fax - 308 282-1431 E-Mail - email@example.com
Manager, Fred Hlava
Mayor, Neal Ziller
Vice Mayor, Charles Smith
Council Member, Jane Morgan
Council Member, Nancy Russell
Council Member, Kelly Grant
City Clerk, Toni Siders
Deputy Clerk, Sandy Farmer
Public Works The offices of the Public Works Director and Utilities
Superintendent are located at 209 East First Street. Phone - 308 282-0797
Public Works Director, Mike Winter
Utilities Superintendent, Ash Anderson
The Gordon Police department is located at 311 1/2 North Oak Street and is
manned Monday through Saturday 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. After hours assistance
may be obtained by dialing 911. Phone - 308 282-0308
Chief of Police, Ron Ehlers
NEBRASKA AREA CHURCHES TO RALLY FOR SUPPORT
Gordon Church Of God: (308) 282-1455
Bethany Chapel: (308) 282-1250
First Presbyterian Church: (308) 282-0661
Gordon Bible Church: (308) 282-1705
Grace Lutheran Church: (308) 282-0584
Seventh Day Adventist Church
St. Leo's Catholic Church: (308) 282-0427
St. Mark's Episcopal Church: (308) 282-1303
United Methodist Church: (308) 282-0526
Wesleyan Gospel Chapel: (308) 282-0668
Rock of Ages-Lutheran (Wisconsin Synod): (308) 282-1999
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: (308) 282-9969
This is the email and links to Gordon Neb. which is in close proximity of
White Clay, I believe.
Also below our note to the fine city manager.
City of Gordon Nebraska
% Fred Hlava - City Manager
P.O. Box 310
1-308-282-0837 - phone
1-308-282-1431 - fax
This is a Radio corp. that covers the entire region. The Station mgr and
EXAMPLES OF LETTERS TO SEND - FIRST ONE WORKED
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 1999 9:25 PM
Subject: story needing your attention
There is a breaking story that the press seems to be ignoring.
Why has nothing been heard about this? There is another protest
planned this weekend. It is feared without media attention, these
murders will go unsolved.
American Indian activists Russell Means, Dennis Banks and
Clyde Bellecourt attended a rally Saturday at Pine Ridge, S.D.,
to protest the deaths of two Lakota men. The rally then moved
to White Clay, Nebraska.
The bodies of Wilson Black Elk Jr., 40, and Ronald Hard Heart, 39, were
found June 8 in a culvert about 1 1/2 miles south of Pine Ridge near
the Nebraska border. They appear to have been beaten, then executed
with a bullet to the back of the head.
The Sheriff, Terry Robbins claims they have no unsolved deaths in
his county. Natives claim, and can prove, that there have been
numerous unsolved murders of Natives in the past years.
A law official is suspected in this, as well as 7 other Native murders.
There are Many cases of abuse and attacks on Natives by law officials. Outside
attention Is greatly needed.
This is not just a "local" issue. The global community is waiting to
see that justice is served. People around the world via the internet
are asking questions about this, and they want some answers.
For more information, contact:
John Old Horse - 303-825-3305 (Denver)
Tom Poor Bear - 605-867-5821 (relative of victim in SD)
KILI radio - 605-867-5002 (local radio station on Pine Ridge)
Sent: Saturday, June 26, 1999 2:04 PM
Subject: [Ameri-Advocate] Executions of Native Americans - White Clay NE -
Pine Ridge SD
We are outraged at the events that have transpired in your area and want you to know
that the Global Community is watching very closely. We hope that your community
will join in expressing the common disgust and outrage at the executions in the Native
American community in White Clay NE and support the efforts to stop the unacceptable
violence waged on the Sioux Nation. This event has disgraced your region and only a
clear and visiable act of support on your communities part will deter the worlds current
view of the people and Government of this region. You as Broadcasters in this region
have the moral responsibility and obligation to insure that not only are the events taking place
in Pine Ridge and White Clay are reported but also in motivating the communities
in the region to join in expressing the outrage that this kind of tragedy could take
place in this day and age.
Ellis Smith NJ/CA -AMERI-ADVOCATE -
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