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4 May 2008

Join Bloggers Unite for Human Rights

Bloggers   Unite

"Those who today still feel a sense of impotence can do something:
they can support
Amnesty International. They can help it to
stand up for freedom and justice."
Peter Benenson (1921-2005) Founder of Amnesty International


Blog Catalog is partnering with Amnesty International for the 2008 Bloggers Unite For Human Rights on May 15th.

Bloggers are asked to post an entry on any Human Rights subject they feel strongly about. See Amnesty International's topic page here for ideas, if required, on what you could write about.

So sign up here today and let the World know how you feel.

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8 comments:

Shinade said...

Hi Jackie,
Well I finally got here. thanks for being such a dear and being so patient with me.

It is taking me forever to make all of the rounds.

Thank you for this post. I am doing my drops right now.

I shall return later and follow the links.

Thank you ever so much for your lovely comment. We are very fortunate indeed that he is home and safe.

Now we americans can get the power away from current idiots(excuse my harshness...but it's the truth), then maybe we can start to get some things resolved. And, once again become the great country that we used to recognised as.

Hope you're having a simply marvelous day over on your side!!

Wally Banners said...

Where was Amnesty International when Japan was nuked? Jackie your a Doll,but Darling ugly men exist like me to protect you sweethearts from the true dangers inflicted by men worldwide. Yes I would be the first to bask in the peace of men but we even killed the Son of God. We are beasts but in defense of my kind. You ladies raised us from Birth. God granted you the most divine gift of all. To create life.Its up to you honeys to change mankind. Get snapping Doll much work to be done. In short you helped make us what we are today.Which brings me to next question. Jackie you want to make a baby? LOL :)

Jackie said...

LOL Wally, I'm bit old in the tooth to make babies. Sadly Amnesty International can only do so much. How do you go against major 1st World governments is the question ?

Shinade, didn't realize you also were running behind in visits like I have been lately. Thanks for the Bloggers Unite follow up :)

Embracing Health For Life said...

Hi Jackie thanks for the info. I have received an email about this and unfortunately ignored it.. Good thing I visited your site... I'll take a look on that

Matthew S. Urdan said...

All,

Thank you very much for stopping by and taking the time to comment on the Cherry Blossom pictures. Stop by often to see great photos throughout the week, but every Tuesday evening here on the east coast of the states, when Almost Wordless Wednesday gets posted, count on breathtaking and beautiful photos from MTMD.

Katztales, where in Michigan is your husband from? I encourage you to visit the Michigan Tourism Site for more great pics. You can find some great links for Michigan photos and lifestyle on my left sidebar--scroll down and click on the drop-down list under Michigan Travel Resources.

Mariuca, the photos do have a calming effect, don't they? Thanks again, as always, for stopping by.

Rox, I'd love to see the Cherry Blossoms from Roxiticus Valley.

Jackie, it's my pleasure. Where is Ficksberg? South African Geography isn't exactly my forte.

Cheers!

Wally Banners said...

Jackie your too old? lmao Doll you look perfect to me if not for babies then how bout breakfast heheh.BTW I always vote for you in blog battles. You have such a sweet and gentle nature. Bet your hubby must be a Roman God. :)

Matthew S. Urdan said...

Actually, I do know where Lesotho is, so that was helpful! Thanks!

Neil Cowley said...

I'm glad we can unite on this, to help heal the world:
http://makelovereal.net/thoughts/unite-for-human-rights/