The Atlanta Project is going on as previously announced, this coming Sunday (5/14). The Coalition for Drug Policy Reform will hold a public protest from 1-4pm in front of the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Peachtree St. in downtown Atlanta, in response to Mayor Campbell's "Cities Against Drugs" anti-legalization conference. The Coalition calls for an open dialogue on alternatives to prohibition. If you are going to be anywhere near Atlanta, please consider attending. On Monday 5/15, Georgia NORML will host an activist summit at the Days Inn, 300 Spring St., from 11am to 7pm. For more information, contact James Bell at (404) 739-4765.
2. Peace in the Drug War flyer
A new DRCNet recruitment flyer, focusing on the peace theme (there's a peace symbol right in the middle of it), is now available and can be downloaded from the internet. You can help the movement grow by making copies (preferably on colored paper) and putting them up on campuses and other appropriate places in your area. The document can be retrieved by anonymous ftp from calyx.com, in the directory /pub/DRCNet. Currently the only form available is postscript (flyer1.ps); other versions will be placed there as they become available. If you can't download it, but are serious about wanting to put them up, send me your address and I will mail you a master copy and/or some photocopies. I am hoping that some of these will make it onto the campuses before all the students leave. Thanks in advance for your help.
3. Addendum to Jimmy Montgomery Bulletin
DRCNet member John Finn has researched the following additional contact information for the prosecutor (persecutor) in the Jimmy Montgomery case:
Oklahoma Judicial District #2
P.O. Box 507
Sayre OK 73662
I will be out of town for a few days, and probably won't be able to respond to e-mail until late next week. Thank you all for your participation and support.
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