Saturday, May 18, 2019

Donate to Censored News: Coverage of Inter-American Commission on Human Rights




Censored News has live coverage of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Jamaica

Please donate for travel expenses
Donations received $140 as of May 18.

Amount needed $880
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Hello readers,
I was not sure if I could do this. I was legally blind when I jumped on a plane and went to Jamaica alone. Not only was the travel difficult, but I knew I would have to write the articles on my tiny phone. I'm not a part of any non-profit. I went to Jamaica because of the importance of the testimony, and because of the incredible Native women who were to testify. Thanks to the Creator, I made it. Even though it meant sleeping in an airport one night, finding a bus to Kingston and traveling across the country alone, and finding a cheap hotel in another city. Thanks also to the Jamaicans who helped me, and are such wonderful generous people. Hopefully, I'll be seeing well again after surgery. So have heart, the impossible is really possible. Best, Brenda Norrell, publisher, Censored News Thank you, Brenda Norrell




Hi Readers and Friends,

Censored News is raising travel funds to provide coverage of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Jamaica, beginning Wed., May 8, 2019.
Standing Rock Water Protectors will deliver testimony on police abuses, as they join human rights defenders from throughout the Americas on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Thank you, Brenda Norrell, publisher
Amount received as of today $140
Amount needed $880
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https://www.paypal.me/BrendaNorrell

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The United States has launched a war on truth-tellers and defenders, with the systematic monitoring of phone calls, stalking, spying with drones, police abuse and imprisonment.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights will hear testimony from Standing Rock Water Protectors next week in Jamaica, along with testimony on human rights abuses in Colombia, Chile, Guatemala, and elsewhere in the Americas.
The oil, gas, and coal companies in the U.S., migrants, militarization of borders, loss of land to dams in Brazil and the struggle for peace in Colombia are in the forefront. Join Censored News and take their messages to the world. https://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2019/05/the-criminalization-of-indigenous-human.html

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