Amnesty International holds its 25th annual Write-A-Thon on Sunday (Dec.16th) between 1 and 5 p.m. in the Parish House at the First Unitarian Church in Providence. The church is located at the corner of Benefit and Benevolent Streets on the city’s East Side.
The Write-A-Thon is organized to help the public write letters on behalf of prisoners of conscience and people at risk.
After a long, strange trip, Election 2012 is in the books. It’s been a long week, so sit back and relax with my latest edition of TGIF. Your comments are welcome, as always, at idonnis (at) ripr (dot) org.
James Diossa has landed the endorsement of RI’s senior senator, Jack Reed.
Via news release:
“I am supporting James because I know that he is the right leader to turn Central Falls around and lead it to a bright new future,” Senator Reed stated. “I have walked the streets of Central Falls with him and I trust that he will be a strong advocate for the people of his city.”
Reed said that, “this coming Tuesday is a critical election and I hope you will stand with James Diossa, a candidate who truly embodies the city’s motto of ‘a bright future.’”