Human Rights Letters
Here are short letters that you can easily
print and mail.
Select the address and text; copy and paste them into Word or whatever
you use for writing. Arrange on the page to your liking.
Even better is to spend a few moments individualizing the text.
You could change words, add your own remarks, use different points
from the fuller information given.
A short letter in simple language is most likely to be understood.
back to us if you have a question. Or if you have the luck to
receive a replyit could be important. We'd
love to know that you've written.
Guy Ottewell and Tilly Lavenás, founder members
of the Amnesty International groups of Greenville, South Carolina,
and Lyme Regis, England.