CAMP JUSTICE update 03/27/2000

Subject: [Camp_Justice] <<<<CAMP JUSTICE>>>> 03/27/2000
Mon, 27 Mar 2000 18:27:40 -0500
From: Mike Wicks <>
Organization: American Indian Cultural Support
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From: Mike Wicks <>

Date: March 27, 2000
From: Camp Justice, Organizers, Leaders and Supporters of: "Camp Justice" and The "March for Justice" to White Clay, Nebraska
Contact: Spokesman: Tom Poor Bear, Camp Justice Leader, Sergeant at Arms "Serving the Oglala Lakota Oyate" 605-867-5821 or 605-462-6302
Assistant Spokespeople: Tom Clifford, Loren Black Elk
Camp Justice, c/o Tom Poor Bear, P.O. Box 823, Pine Ridge SD 57770
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South Dakota Advisory Committee to Release Report from Hearings of 12/03/99

The South Dakota Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights will release its report, Native American in South Dakota: An Erosion of Confidence in the Justice System, at a press conference on Tuesday, March 28, 2000, in Sioux Falls, SD.

The 42 page report summarizes information gathered by the advisory committee at its forum held on December 6, 1999 in Rapid City and contains a statement of "Concerns, Conclusions and Recommendations."

The document was formally submitted to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, which accepted it by a unanimous vote. The press conference will be held at the Sioux Falls Convention Center, 1201 North West Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104, 605-339-7854, beginning at 10:00 am.

The press conference is open to the public and limited copies of the report will be available for distribution. The complete text will also be available on the Commission's Internet site

After March 28, individual copies can be obtained free from the Publications Office, US Commission on Civil Rights, 624 Ninth Street, NW, Room 600, Washington, D.C. 20425

Camp Justice wishes to that John Dulles, Regional Director, and the entire staff and advisory committee of the commission for producing the report on schedule.

Camp Justice will continue to stand United and Strong in our efforts to obtain the Justice and Accountability our nation deserves and expects.

In the Spirit of Human & Civil Justice,

Tom Poor Bear, Spokesperson, Camp Justice
We thank all supporters who have been sending food and supplies to Camp Justice.
We will continue to stand united and strong in our efforts to obtain the justice and accountability our nation deserves and expects.

In the Spirit of Human & Civil Justice,

Tom Poor Bear, Spokesperson, Camp Justice
Written and Presented on behalf of: Camp Justice Organizers, Volunteers and millions of Supporters protecting the Lakota Nation
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Camp Justice & March for Justice Organizers:
Spokesperson: Tom Poor Bear.
Asst. Spokespeople: Tom Clifford, Loren Black Elk
Elder Spokespersons: Chief Oliver Red Cloud, Johnson Holy Rock,
Legal Spokesperson: Jerry Matthews, NSBA, 155517,
Other Organizers:
Ben Black Elk, Wayne Black Elk, Reggie & Faye Cedar Face, Ede Sherman, Dave Clifford, June Little, Alberta Black Bear, Chaz Little Bear, Moses Thunder Hawk, Lloyd Fire Thunder, Billy & Rose Beane, Robin Mesteth, Webster Poor Bear, Tony Brave, Lyman Red Cloud, Guy George Janis, Tuck LeBeau, Steve Little Sky, Vicky Thunder Hawk, Gary Moore, Sandra Matchen, Mike Wicks, Kathy Morning Star, Natasha Laflin and AIM leaders: AIM Arizona, Clyde Bellecourt, Vernon Bellecourt and Dennis Banks.

Send Letters of Support, Donations and Supplies to:

Camp Justice                                    Camp Justice
c/o Tom Poor Bear                           c/o Fay Cedar Face (packages)
P.O. Box 823                                   200 Eastridge Rd
Pine Ridge, South Dakota 57770       Pine Ridge, SD 57770

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