We still have no word on the Reggie Clemons case. As we await the decision from Judge Michael Manners, we will continue taking action on others issues in other parts of the world. Tomorrow is our monthly letter writing meeting, and we hope you can join us to provide a voice for the voiceless and to pressure governments to do the right thing. Below our the details for the Amnesty letter writing meeting:
Letter Writing Meeting Details:
Who: Amnesty International St. Louis chapter members, friends, family, and human rights activists
Where: Hartford Coffee Company’s Meeting & Study Area. 3974 Hartford St. (at Roger Pl in South City) St. Louis, MO 63116
When: 7 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m.
What: This meeting is about writing letters together that help change the world!
Why: There are plenty of issues, and people, that need our help and attention. Let’s not forget about them.
Issues to be Addressed
In case you’re wondering what sort of human rights issues we’ll be working on tomorrow, here’s a quick sneak peek. Hopefully, there’s something here that interests you and encourages you to join us. Please attend if you can, if only for a little while!
- Risk of Forced Eviction in Peru
- LGBTI Violence in Macedonia
- Persecution of Human Rights Activists in China
- Human Rights Defender Threatened in Mexico