The Amnesty International head office in New York City says it received thanks from Aung San Suu Kyi of Burma (Myanmar) for our letters to her military junta captors which, she said, helped lead to her release in November. We are writing now on behalf of many other prisoners of conscience including another Nobel Peace Laureate, Liu Okaobo, imprisoned in NE China. He was unable to accept his award in Oslo and his prize sat on an empty chair for the world to see.
You can help by finding your nearest Amnesty International chapter on the website at http://takeaction.amnestyusa.org and obtaining letters, envelopes and other materials from them and sending them.
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