HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ST. LAWRENCE ISLAND.mp4



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Working Together to Protect Our Future Generations

The Yupik people of St. Lawrence Island have been harmed and displaced by contamination from former military bases. The military disposed of massive quantities of toxic waste on their Island that continues to adversely affect the health and well-being of the people. Annie Alowa, a respected elder, raised concerns about adverse health effects. The people of the Island are working to hold the military and chemical industry accountable for violations of human rights. They ask for cooperation in community-based research and advocacy efforts to protect lands, water, and the health of present and future generations.

Pamela K. Miller
Executive Director
Alaska Community Action on Toxics
505 West Northern Lights Boulevard, Suite 205
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Phone (907) 222-7714; Fax (907) 222-7715
www.akaction.org
We believe everyone has a right to clean air, clean water, and toxic-free food.
Please support our work by donating on-line at www.akaction.org or volunteering.
Thank you!

Workers Needed:Tour Gambell & Savoonga, Alaska, Seventh-day Adventist Parsonages



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This “NW Spotlight on Mission” feature highlights the need for good quality, dedicated Bible workers who are willing to relocate to Gambell & Savoonga, Alaska to build up the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church there. Produced by Todd Gessele with Ken Crawford, Leon Ringering, and Monte Church.

North Pacific Union Conference
Producer: Todd Gessele