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Amnesty International At The Gold Rush

Author: Author unknown, Issue: March 1998, Topic: Volunteering

Amnesty International is a volunteer organization dedicated to supporting the human rights of prisoners of conscience and helping to get them set free. The local English-speaking chapter of Amnesty has been in existence for several years and has worked on a number of cases calling on governments in a variety of countries to guarantee human rights.

The March meeting will be held at the Gold Rush Saloon across the street from Doho Park. Even if you are just curious and not sure you really want to commit yourself to any particular activity, you are welcome to drop by to ask questions and listen in on the discussion. See the ad on the back for directions.

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