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Monday, Sep. 05, 2005 at 2:59 PM
The Veterans for Peace in New Orleans is setting up a "media center" to document the devastation for the poor. They are looking for donations of media equipment - production gear.
>From: Gordon Soderberg
>Date: Sat Sep 3, 2005 10:23:35 PM America/Los_Angeles
>Subject: help with media
>We need the gear to document and organize what we are doing, we need
>people to keep it organized and we need to show the world what it is like
>down here. That being said If you can get us the gear we need computers
>Imacs with supper drives, fire wire hard drives. A lazor printer. Digital
>Video and Still Cameras, and the people to help document the damage for
>the people who's property has been destroyed. Rich have insurance the poor
>will get nothing if we don't document what happens.
>I will be happy to get one of each but this will take a serious effort. We
>have the room and the power coming via Veteran Democrats of Texas! They
>are also bringing in Ice Machines and a Bigger Generator, as well as the a
>computer network specialist with the gear to set up the LAN at the School.
>Items can be sent to the Veterans For Peace Bus C/O Pine View Middle
>School 1115 West 28th Street Covington, LA.
>I don't want to burden you with all this just do what you can an ask for help.
>equipment needs List is at
>Veterans For Peace
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