Organizers' Network

Last updated 20021230 by editors
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[If you would like to have additional email discussions lists created for the Organizers' Network, email a request to editors@BuffaloPeacePeople.org  -- ed.]  

Organizers' Network Lists:
 These lists are for activists and organizers in WNY with common points of unity in opposition to war with Iraq and in support of peace, non-violent conflict resolution and universal human rights for all people. They are intended to facilitate communication, collaboration and cooperation among activist groups wherever their interests intersect.   If you'd like to participate in on-line discussions or periodic meetings, either email a request to a list if it's closed or fill-in the on-line request form for open lists.  All emails to closed lists without message bodies are discarded without response.

  • Discussion and Planning List: This is a closed list, limited to those known to be actively interested contributors to regional peace and human rights activism efforts.  List members may freely post to the list but posts from non-members will be intercepted and reviewed by a list moderator(s) prior to forwarding to the list. Those interested in joining with us or with questions for the group may send email to bpp-organizers@BuffaloPeacePeople.org or to whitlock@BuffaloPeacePeople.org.  All emails to closed lists without message bodies will be discarded immediately without response.  This list was activated 20021226.

[Test elimination of <bpp-> from listserv links.  Also test mixed case BuffaloPeacePeople. - ed.]

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To review and change your subscription options for any list, link to: 
http://www.buffalopeacepeople.org/mailman/options/<listname>/<username>  where
        <listname>   =  <bpp-organizers>, <organizers>, or others as above, and
        <username>  =  <email_subscription_address@subscriber's_email_host_site>

 


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