17 Aug: McV20: Responsible Freedom Property Ration Basic Income Homeless Solution

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* 17 Aug: McV20: Responsible Freedom Property Ration Basic Income Homeless Solution.
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TO: CA Sec of State: Alex Padilla:
TO: PN Sec of State: Kathy Boockvar:
TO: NV Sec of State: Barbara K Cegavske:
TO: MA Secretary of State: William Galvin:
TO: NY Sec of State: Rossana Rosado:
CC: Nik Johnson, Feeding America
Re: NJ: Ten Most Homeless Cities in America
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CC: MPI: Terry McGrath
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Re: BBC: When a homeless couple moved in with a millionaire; Piedmont Exeda: Piedmont resident Terry McGrath reflects on sheltering a homeless couple and making national news; SFist: Moms 4 Housing Founder Is Daughter Of Homeless Woman Gifted a Piedmont In-Law Unit Last Year; CBS: Breaking Point: Californias Homeless Crisis.
Ref: 03 May: Ngcobo Concourt Justices Order: Citizen v McBride: First Amici: Expert Witness Affidavit: T. Michael Maher Ph.D: Media Censorship of Causes of Resource Conflict [PDF].

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CC: Biden Harris 2020
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SecState Padilla et al:

EoP TN: McV20 Responsible Freedom Property Ration Basic Income Homeless Solution.

McVeigh 2020 [mcveigh2020:: @Timothy4316] EoP Law [Summary EoP v WiP Law: eop-v-wip-law: PDF] – EoP UN Resolution [PDF: pp.26-67/71] landreform [pp.53-54] responsible freedom [pp.61-62] property ration [pp.60] – with Finley Delancey permaculture gardening responsible freedom skills halfway house option for homeless and those released on prisoner pardons [pp.59] – basic income low tech agrarian economy homeless solution.

Our Ecological Footprint, by William Rees & Mathis Wackernagil: The good news is that—also unlike the woodland wasp which overbreeds and overconsumes his habitat’s resources and befouls it with his shit—humans are gifted by the potential for self-awareness and intelligent choice, and knowing our circumstances is an invitation to change. The first step toward reducing our ecological impact is to recognize that the environmental crisis” is less an environmental and technical problem than it is a behavioral and social one. It can therefore be resolved only with the help of behavioral and social solutions. On a finite planet, at human carrying capacity, a society driven mainly by selfish [procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits greed] individualism has all the potential for sustainability of a collection of angry scorpions in a bottle. [Growth Busters: Limits to Growth: Bacteria in a Bottle; Crash Course: Exponential Growth & Power of Compounding; World Population Balance: Understanding Exponential Growth; Al Bartlett: Arithmetic, Population and Energy]
» SQ: Jay Hanson et al: Social Contract Evolution: Ecology of Peace or War is Peace Maximum Power Principle social contract evolution?; EoP Leg Sub: 03 Dec: EoP Ethics Enwokenment Control of Yellow Jacket Protests.

Mahatma Gandhi wanted an [EoP Steppe Aryan law: sustainable procreation and consumption below ecological carrying capacity limits] self sufficient villages agrarian economy. Nehru wanted a [WiP law] industrial economy.  [Daniel Yergin: Commanding Heights: Battle for World Economy 01. Battle of Ideas; 02. Agony of Reform; 03. New Rules of the Game]
» EoP Leg Sub: 03 Aug: McV20: EoP Re: DNC & GOP objections to Trump postponing 2020 elections.

Dmitry Orlov: Post Soviet Lessons for a Post American Century: Another key difference: in the Soviet Union, nobody owned their place of residence. What this meant is that the economy could collapse without causing homelessness: just about everyone went on living in the same place as before. There were no evictions or foreclosures. Everyone stayed put, and this prevented society from disintegrating. One more difference: the place where they stayed put was generally accessible by public transportation, which continued to run during the worst of times. Most of the Soviet-era developments were centrally planned, and central planners do not like sprawl: it is too difficult and expensive to service. Few people owned cars, and even fewer depended on cars for getting around. After the collapse, Russia experienced a swelling of the ranks of people described by the acronym “BOMZh,” which is actually short for “BOMZh i Z,” and stands for “persons without a definite place of residence or employment.” The bomzhies, as they came to be called, often inhabited unused bits of the urban or rural landscape, where, with nobody to tell them to “move along,” they were left largely in peace. Such an indefinite place of residence was often referred to as bomzhatnik. English badly needs a term for that. Perhaps we could call it a “bum garden” — it is as much a garden as an “office park” is a park. When the U.S. economy collapses, one would expect employment rates, and, with them, residency rates, to plummet. It is hard to estimate what percentage of the U.S. population would, as a result, become homeless, but it could be quite high, perhaps becoming so commonplace as to remove the stigma. A country where most of the neighborhoods are structured so as to exclude people of inadequate means, in order to preserve property values, is not a pleasant place to be a bum. Then again, when property values start dropping to zero, we may find that some of the properties spontaneously re-zone themselves into “bum gardens,” with no political will or power anywhere to do anything about it. I do not mean to imply that Russian bums have a good time of it. But because most of the Russian population was able to keep their place of residence in spite of a collapsing economy, the percentage of bomzhies in the general population never made it into the double digits. These most unfortunate cases led short, brutal lives, often in an alcoholic haze, and accounted for quite a lot of Russia’s spike in post-collapse mortality. [SQ-CO: Post Soviet Lessons for a Post American Century]

Dmitry Orlov: Post Soviet Lessons for a Post American Century: You will need neighbors to barter with, to help you, and to keep you company. Even a small farm is probably overkill in terms of the amount of farmland available, because without the ability to get crops to market, or a functioning cash economy to sell them in, there is no reason to grow a large surplus of food. Tens of acres are a waste when all you need is a few thousand square feet. Many Russian families managed to survive with the help of a standard garden plot of one sotka, which is 100 square meters, or, if you prefer, 0.024710538 acres, or 1076.391 square feet. What is needed, of course, is a small town or a village: a relatively small, relatively dense settlement, with about an acre of farmland for every 30 or so people, and with zoning regulations designed for fair use and sustainability, not opportunities for capital investment, growth, property values, or other sorts of “development”. Further, it would have to be a place where people know each other and are willing to help each other – a real community. [SQ-CO: Post Soviet Lessons for a Post American Century] …….. While many in the world are completely dependent on large scale agriculture, the Russian people feed themselves. Their agricultural economy is small scale, predominantly organic and in the capable hands of the nation’s people. Russians have something built into their DNA that creates the desire to grow their own food. It’s a habit that has fed the Russian nation for centuries. It’s not just a hobby but a massive contribution to Russia’s agriculture. In 2011, 51% of Russia’s food was grown either by dacha communities (40%), or peasant farmers (11%) leaving the rest (49%) of production to the large agricultural enterprises. But when you dig down into the earthy data from the Russian Statistics Service you discover some impressive details. Again in 2011, dacha gardens produced over 80% of the countries fruit and berries, over 66% of the vegetables, almost 80% of the potatoes and nearly 50% of the nations milk, much of it consumed raw. In a myriad of villages like Voskresenskoye, nestled deep in the Russian countryside, the monetary turmoil roiling the nation’s large cities still seems a largely distant threat. “This crisis is for the rich, for people who have dollars. We never had money here,” said Tamara Boychenko, a 68-year-old retired resident of the village located in northwest Russia about 80 kilometres (50 miles) from Saint Petersburg. Food sovereignty puts the people who produce, distribute and eat food at the centre of decisions about food production and policy rather than corporations and market institutions that have come to dominate the global food system. In Havana, Cuba 90% of the city’s fresh produce comes from local urban farms and gardens. In 2003, the Russian government signed the Private Garden Plot Act into law, entitling citizens to private plots of land for free. These plots range from 0.89 hectares to 2.75 hectares. … In 2003 the Russian President signed into law a further “Private Garden Plot Act” enabling Russian citizens to receive free of charge from the state, plots of land in private inheritable ownership. Sizes of the plots differ by region but are between one and three hectares each [1 hectare = 2.2 acres]. Produce grown on these plots is not subject to taxation. A further subsequent law to facilitate the acquisition of land for gardening was passed in June 2006. “Essentially, what Russian gardeners do,” he concludes, “is demonstrate that gardeners can feed the world – and you do not need any GMOs, industrial farms, or any other technological gimmicks to guarantee everybody’s got enough food to eat. Bear in mind that Russia only has 110 days of growing season per year – so in the US, for example, gardeners’ output could be substantially greater. Today, however, the area taken up by lawns in the US is two times greater than that of Russia’s gardens – and it produces nothing but a multi-billion-dollar lawn care industry.” – SQ-RN: Russia’s Rural Villagers are Unphased by Economic Collapse; SQ-NH: Russian Family Gardens Produce 40% of Russian Food; SQ-TB: In 1999, 35 million small family plots produced 90% of Russia’s potatoes, 77% of vegetables, 87% of fruits, 59% of meat, 49% of milk.
» EoP Leg Sub: 30 Mar: McVeigh2020: EoP Law Covid-19 Lockdown Rules Recommendations; 18 Jun: McV20: EoP Law Re: Garden Plots; Re: CHAZ community garden

Ron Finley: In this guerrilla gangster grow your own food gardening class what you are going to learn is how to grow your own food [Masterclass: Ron Finley Teaches Gardening] ……. Mimi Silbert: They call themselves “human garbage”. Burglars, car thieves, armed robbers, pushers, prostitutes, even murderers. Only sex offenders are not welcome. They come to Delancey Street with an average of 18 felony convictions, seven years in prison and no better than an eighth grade education. Most are illiterate, and few have ever held a skilled job for more than a few months. More than 85 per cent have been heroin addicts for an average of ten years, and better than 60 per cent have abused two or more drugs. They range in age from 18 to 68, are equally divided between African Americans, Latinos and Anglos, and one-fourth are women. It’s a recipe for disaster, especially since Delancey Street uses no staff counselors, no social workers and no paid professionals — the traditional gurus who speak the language of social and psychological pathology. Mimi Silbert is a realist. “You don’t do this and not get burned,” she says. “Repeatedly. The people who come here are selfdestructive. They’re nasty, vicious, violent, greedy, take-and-run users. “My job is to be the chief believer, to believe in them when they don’t believe in themselves . . . but that means they go out of their way to prove to me how wrong I am . . . because they’re scared pissless that they don’t have it . . . and that if they ever really try, they won’t make it anyway . . . “So everything in them wants to prove it’s all bullshit, and they do everything they can to betray my belief in them. Sometimes that self-destructiveness wins, and they’ll choose the meanest thing they can think of to hurt me . . . whatever it is I’ve been begging them to do, or yelling at them to do, that’s what they’ll say to me on their way down and out, whatever will hurt the most.” Then her passion fills the room. “But I deal with it . . . because there have been thousands more that are the opposite . . . and the courage it takes for them to succeed is so much greater than the courage it takes for somebody like me to say, ‘Yeah, somebody burned me.’ That’s the business I’m in. Get over it, honey. It isn’t easy, but it’s what you have to do. It isn’t easy to change their lives. It isn’t easy for me, either. I cry, I get depressed, but I choose to remain naive. It is my choice in life to insist upon always believing in the best of everybody . . . because I’ve seen the most incredible people at the bottom rise to become the absolute best of themselves.  “I don’t mean they have to become lawyers or something. I mean, we have people who were such dirtbags in the past and they have gained integrity. Yeah, they make a good living, they do well, many of them. But they are so decent and helpful to others. That’s what’s really important . . . ”  [Socialent: The Mimi Silbert story: Re-cycling ex-cons, addicts and prostitutes; Delancey Street: Welcome]

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How Property Developers Enable [WiP] Media to Censor the Root Causes of Resource Conflict

The Ehrlichs and Howell seem to assume that education is the chief factor driving public opinion about environmental causality. But in Tradeoffs: Imperatives of Choice in a High-Tech World, Wenk (1986) offered a more media-centric view of how the public learns: “Whatever literacy in science and technology the general public has reached is not from formal education. Rather, it is from the mass media. That responsibility of the press has been almost completely ignored” (p. 162).

This study will examine press responsibility for the public’s indifference to population growth by exploring two questions: * To what extent do press reports about population-driven environmental problems link those problems to population growth? * What reasons do reporters give for ignoring population growth in stories about environmental problems?

While it is well known that environmental experts connect environmental degradation to population growth, it is less well known that land developers are equally straightforward in implicating population growth as a causal agent for turning wildlife habitat and farmland into subdivisions. The how-to manuals for real estate development are very explicit about the critical role of population growth. Naturally, they frame the results with different language: what land developers might call conversion of raw land to happy communities is often the same phenomenon that environmentalists would call loss of critical wildlife habitat. But both environmentalists and developers agree that population growth is a chief force driving the process of land conversion. Land conversion, in turn, is frequently associated with species decline and urban sprawl.

As we have seen, both land development economists and environmental experts acknowledge population growth as a key source of environmental change. But journalists frame environmental causality differently.

Why? Communication theory offers several possibilities. First is the hegemony-theory interpretation: reports omit any implication that population growth might produce negative effects, in order to purvey the ideology of elites who make money from population growth. As Molotch and Lester (1974) put it, media content can be viewed as reflecting “the practices of those having the power to determine the experience of others” (p. 120). Since real estate, construction and banking interests directly support the media through advertising purchases, this interpretation seems plausible. A number of media critics (e.g., Gandy, 1982; Altschull, 1984; Bennett, 1988) have suggested that media messages reflect the values of powerful political and commercial interests. Burd (1972), Kaniss (1991) and others have pointed out that newspapers have traditionally promoted population growth in their cities through civic boosterism. Molotch (1976) even suggested that cities can best be understood as entities competing for population growth, with the city newspaper as chief cheerleader. [SQ-MN4S: T Michael Maher: How and Why Journalists Avoid the Population – Environment Connection]

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Important is First, or it isn’t. Honesty is First, or it isn’t Important. Ecology of Peace Radical Honoursty Factual Reality [eop-rh-fr: mcv20: PDF: pp.44-48/71] is honesty about objective reality for sincere peaceniks / honourable warriors. Ecology of Peace Scientific Law [eop-scicultlaw: mcv20: PDF: pp.49-52/71] refers to Procreation and Consumption below carrying capacity limits. EoP Footprint [eop-footprint: mcv20: PDF: pp.40-43/71] defines how procreation and consumption carrying capacity limit is measured. EoP Cultural law refers to any racial, religious, gender cultural value agreed upon, and codified in a written agreement between two or more individuals, which does not violate any EoP scientific laws; enabling a greater degree of cooperation and mutual assistance support between such individuals. Ego literacy [ego-eco-literacy: mcv20: PDF: pp.36-37/71] clarifies how to engage in and/or measure a fully informed consenting agreement. Individuals Rights and Duties under Scientific & Cultural Law: Property Ration [property-ration: mcv20: PDF: pp.59/71] – guaranteed for life – for all individuals who have signed and abide by their responsible freedom [responsible-freedom: mcv20: PDF: pp.61-62/71] oaths. Crimes of Aggression Violations of Scientific & Cultural Law: Violations of (a) Scientific Law are Procreation or Consumption Crimes of Aggression [crimes-of-aggression: mcv20: PDF: pp.32-34/71]; (b) Cultural Law are Deception Crimes of Aggression. EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw] – based on EoP Footprint [eop-footprint] – is the Ecology of Peace culture’s answer to the EoP John Brown – how to get along without deceiving, overbreeding and overconsuming – Question: What is a Sustainable Procreation and Consumption footprint? EoP RH FR [eop-rh-fr] is the recommended objective reality socio-legal cultural frame of orientation process for implementing EoP SciCult law as international law.
» McVeigh 2020: Exploratory Committee.

McVeigh2020 EoP Law ‘rightful owner’ of Allesverloren Winery [Allesverloren: The Malan Dynasty; EoP TRC Ref: 14 Jul: McV20 TN: PM Boris Frederiksen & Nelson Verwoerd Family: Re: 1063-20: LJ v TRC Ruling] and Rian Malan’s house [and Nigel Farage’s House, and Donald Trumps Hotels] answer to Rian Malan [eop-un-res: mcveigh2020: PDF: pp.26-67/71; lj-v-ls: PDF pp.25-66/70]. ……… It was a sunny Tuesday morning in Joburg, and I was cleaning a friend’s swimming pool when the news came through. The sparkly pool belonged to Rian Malan, who had written an open letter to Julius Malema a few months earlier. Malan had heard Malema’s ‘slaughter whites’ line and publicly offered his Emmarentia house in exchange for his life, but only if Malema first explained who exactly the ‘rightful owners’ were. Malan was trying to mentor me into becoming less of a man-child at the time. Cleaning the swimming pool was part of the project, but the real challenge was to train me into journalism. ‘Assuming is the opposite of journalism,’ he said. ‘Research … do your research, then make up your mind, not the other way round. [Daily Friend: Why I turned against BLM Global Network; EoP TRC Ref: 02 Aug: EoP Re: WiP Law White / Black Live$ Matter Global Networks]
» EoP Leg Sub: 07 Aug: EoP Q Re NMBM shut down SA’s landfills; SAAI v COGTA; 12 Aug: McV20 Re: BP-NST: Re EoP TN: US-LB Amb: McV20 EoP Law defn: peaceful protestor.

EoP – OKC TRC – Axis Alliance [31 Mar: EoP Upd: Sergey Lavrov: Re: EoP Axis Alliance negotiations] Honest Lives Matter [29 Jun: EoP Axis Alliance is an Honest Lives Matter culture] Negotiations correspondence is published at EoP Leg Sub [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za]

 

Respectfully,

Lara Johnson,
EoP MILED Clerk [EoP Oath PDF]
16 Taaibos Ave, Heatherpark, George, 6529

Sent per electronic notice to:

CA Sec of State: Alex Padilla:
Voter Services Manager: Steven Carda (Steven.Carda@sos.ca.gov); Mike Somers (Mike.Somers@sos.ca.gov); Jana Lean (Jana.Lean@sos.ca.gov); Elections Division Voter Education and Outreach (MyVote@sos.ca.gov); Webmaster (webmaster@sos.ca.gov); VMB: Jordan Kaku (vmb@sos.ca.gov)

PN Sec of State: Kathy Boockvar:
Pennsylvania Secretary of State: Kathy Boockvar (RA-Elections@pa.gov)

NV Sec of State: Barbara K Cegavske:
Nevada Secretary of State: Barbara K Cegavske (sosmail@sos.nv.gov); Elections Division (nvelect@sos.nv.gov)

MA Secretary of State: William Galvin:
Secretary of Commonwealth of Massachusetts: William Galvin (cis@sec.state.ma.us); Elections Division (elections@sec.state.ma.us)

NY Sec of State: Rossana Rosado:
New York Secretary of State: Rossana Rosado: NYS Board of Elections (info@elections.ny.gov)

San Francisco Chronicle: Otis Taylor:
San Francisco Chronicle: Otis Taylor (otaylor@sfchronicle.com); Paul Kuroda (paul@paulkuroda.com)

Media Alliance: Tracy Rosenberg:
Media Alliance  (information@media-alliance.org); Tracy Rosenberg (tracy@media-alliance.org)

MPI: Terry McGrath:
MPI (support@mcgrathproperties.com); Terry McGrath (terry@mcgrathproperties.com)

Moms for Housing:
Moms for Housing (info@moms4housing.org)

Nick Johnson:
Nick Johnson (robikmarketing1@gmail.com)

Feeding America:
Feeding America (plannedgiving@feedingamerica.org)

NCHV: Nat Coalition for Homeless Veterans:
NCHV: Nat Coalition for Homeless Veterans (info@nchv.org); Andrew Bacevich (bacevich@bu.edu); Ray McGovern via VIPS (vips@counterpunch.org); Common Defense: Jose Vasquez (info@commondefense.us); Veterans: Joe Plenzler: American Legion: National Director of Media Relations via American Legion Arizona (hdqtrs@azlegion.org); IAVA: Iraq Afghanistan Veterans of America: HQ (support@iava.org); Press (press@iava.org); JWV: Jewish War Veterans of USA: HQ (jwv@jwv.org); OpDir: Greg Byrne (gbyrne@jwv.org); Comm: Iryna Apple  (iapple@jwv.org); Programs: Jordana Green (jgreen@jwv.org); Melody Jackson (mjackson@jwv.org); Korean War Assoc: Office (membership@kwva.org); Korean War Assoc: Office (membership@kwva.org); Sec: Frank Cohee (KWVASec@gmail.com); Military Child Educ Coalition: CEO Mary Keller (mary.keller@militarychild.org); COO: Col John Jack Ballantyne  (john.ballantyne@militarychild.org); Staff Counsel: Annette  Farmer (annette.farmer@militarychild.org); Military Officers Assoc of America: HQ (msc@moaa.org); Chapters (chapters@moaa.org); Legislative Issues  (legis@moaa.org); Magazine (msc@moaa.org); Veterans (vso@moaa.org); Military Order of the Purple Heart: NatlCmmdr: Patrick Little (little4j@aol.com); VI Commander: Richard Small  (Richardandshirley@netzero.net); ViceCmdr: Robert Puskar  (rjpuskar@cox.net); LegDir: Hershel Gober (goberh@aol.com); Dr Colin Ross (rossinst@rossinst.com); Give an Hour: Barbara van Dahlen (info@giveanhour.org); African American Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Assoc: Pres: Sidney Lee (tacomaptsd@earthlink.net); AMVets: HQ (amvets@amvets.org); BVA: Blinded Veterans Assoc: HQ (bva@bva.org); Pres: Mark Cornell (bva.mcornell1227@gmail.com); VP Robert Stamper  (dstamper@roadrunner.com); ExDir: Al Avina (aavina@bva.org); Center for Military Health Policy Research: Forces Resources Dir: John Winkler (John_Winkler@rand.org); Kofi Amofa (kamofa@rand.org); Health Comm (RAND_Health@rand.org); Easter Seals: Project Action  (projectaction@easterseals.com); Sec: Frank Cohee (KWVASec@gmail.com); NCHV: Nat Coalition for Homeless Veterans (info@nchv.org); Ntl Military Family Assoc: HQ (Info@MilitaryFamily.org); Operation Purple (OPC@MilitaryFamily.org); Paralyzed Veterans of America (info@pva.org); Mid South (mspva@aol.com); Central Florida (pvaf@aol.com); Colonial  (colonialpva@aol.com); Mid America (mapva@sbcglobal.net); Mountain States (info@mscpva.org); Surviving Deployment (info@survivingdeployment.com); Karen Pavlicin (pavlicin@survivingdeployment.com); Rachel  Robertson (robertson@survivingdeployment.com); TAPS: Tragedy Asst Program for Survivors: HQ (info@taps.org); Info (media@taps.org); VHC: Veterans Health Council (vhc@veteranshealth.org); Veterans of Foreign Wars: John Stroud (Communications@vfw.org); Joe Davis (jdavis@vfw.org); Randi Law  (rlaw@vfw.org); VVA: Vietnam Veterans of America: HQ (communications@vva.org); The Veteran (theveteran@vva.org); Gov Affairs  (govaffairs@vva.org); Chapter Officers (mapchanges@vva.org); Wounded Warrior Project: J Oleary (joleary@woundedwarriorproject.org); John Hamre  (jhamre@woundedwarriorproject.org); Steve Nardizzi (eneu@woundedwarriorproject.org); Jessie Carzoli  (JCarzoli@woundedwarriorproject.org); L Warren (lwarren@woundedwarriorproject.org); S Smith  (ssmith@woundedwarriorproject.org); ISTSS: Intnl Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (info@istss.org); National Center for Victims of Crime (webmaster@ncvc.org); NCTSN: National Child Traumatic Stress Network: Dir Robert Pynoos (rpynoos@mednet.ucla.edu); Dir John Fairbank  (John.fairbank@duke.edu); Dir Alan Steinberg (asteinberg@mednet.ucla.edu); Dir Lisa Amaya-Jackson  (amaya001@mc.duke.edu); Dir Jenifer Maze (jmaze@mednet.ucla.edu); Dir Ellen Gerrity (ellen.gerrity@duke.edu); Dir Mary Mount (mary.mount@duke.edu); Policy Dir: Ellen Gerrity  (ellen.gerrity@duke.edu); Veteran Dir: Gregory Leskin (GLeskin@mednet.ucla.edu); DoD Program: Rio May del Rosario  (RRDelRosario@mednet.ucla.edu); NSVRC: National Sexual Violence Resource Center (resources@nsvrc.org); Brain Injury Assoc of America: HQ (info@biausa.org); Maine (BIAA-Maine@biausa.org); Pres: Susan Connors  (sconnors@biausa.org); Gov Affairs: Amy Colberg (acolberg@biausa.org); VPCOO: Mary Reitter (mreitter@biausa.org); IBIA: Intnl Brain Injury Assoc: HQ (congress@internationalbrain.org); AAS: American Assoc of Suicidology: Pres: David Miller (dmiller@albany.edu); Pres: Julie Cerel (julie.cerel@uky.edu); Sec:  Marnin Heisel (marnin.heisel@lhsc.on.ca); Dir: John Draper (jdraper@mhaofnyc.org); SPAN-USA: Suicide Prevention Action Network: HQ (info@afsp.org); Charter of Compassion (WomenAndGirls@CharterforCompassion.org); Marilyn (marilyn@charterforcompassion.org); Lisa Berkley (lisa@charterforcompassion.org); Sande Hart (sande@compassionatecalifornia.org); Cape Interfaith (ctii.capetown@gmail.com); Tony Marshall (head@oudemolen.org.za); Andrew Himes (andrew@charterforcompassion.org); Ben Roberts (ben@conversationcollaborative.com); Nabella Shunnarah (nabellas1@gmail.com); Pakistan (info@charterforcompassion.org.pk); Center for Engaged Compassion (EngagedCompassion@gmail.com); 

Biden Harris 2020:
Joe Biden 2020 (JoeBidenInfoSite@gmail.com); Kamala Harris D-CA: Kamala Harris (kamala_harrisSF@harris.senate.gov); Cortney Bright (Cortney_Bright@harris.senate.gov); Kamala Harris 2020 (info@kamalaharris.org); Oakland Mayor: Libby Schaaf (officeofthemayor@oaklandnet.com)

RU Pres Vladimir Putin, RU-ZA Amb Ilya Rogachev; RU-UN Amb Vasily Nebenzya:
Kremlin: President Vladimir Putin via Kremlin Press Office (press_office@prpress.gov.ru); RU-US Emb: Anatoly Antonov (RusPressUSA@mid.ru); RU-ZA Emb: Ilya Igorevich Rogachev (ruspospr@mweb.co.za); RU-UN Amb Vasily Nebenzya: Fedor Strzhizhovskiy (press@russiaun.ru);

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