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We continue to march forward in getting the word out about the Red Cross cover-up.  We now have a new page that lists all the known media this topic has received: mmswiki.is/index.php?title=Red_Cross_

If you know of any others then please let us know so we can add them to this list.

We’ve also put out a press release that you are encouraged to distribute: mmswiki.is/index.php?ti
tle=Red_Cross_Malaria_Cover up_Press_Releases

Things have been a bit busy around here on all fronts so we are going to ask for a bit more from you since we gave you some time off on the Call to Actions.  But, don’t worry… they are easy and fast to do. 

Call to Action #6

One of the suggestions we received just the other day was to contact Mother Jones Magazine (motherjones.com), which has been around since the 70s helping expose stories the mainstream media won’t touch.  It’s time for them to learn about what the Red Cross has been keeping to itself.

Please go to motherjones.com/about/contact

For a subject select “Send us a story tip” and fill in the rest.  They specifically say NOT to send them a press release, so please tell them what is happening with the Red Cross in your own words.  Please DO include a link to the leaked video: youtube.com/watch?v=FrwZN1cPfX8

Alternatively, you can email them directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  There’s also a phone number on their contact page, but it doesn’t say that it is for the purpose of story suggestions.  If you’re not into writing, you can give them a jingle to get their attention.

Note:  If you email them and are so inclined to share your communications, please put This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in the BCC (NOT CC) so we can get a feeling for what everyone is doing out there, as well as forwarding any responses you get.

Call to Action #7

Another media outlet many of you suggested was the TV program, Democracy Now.  They accept story ideas here:  democracynow.org/contact?to=1.  They also provide this phone number:  (212) 431-9090.

Keep your suggestions and ideas coming

Please continue to share your ideas.   We need to go beyond just writing various media outlets.  Come up with some crazy (but safe) ideas that would result in public attention. 

Send them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  We do read all your emails within 24 hours, but we are a bit behind on responding to some of them.

Thanks for your support,
Archbishop Jim Humble & Staff

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