About RAN Twin Cities

We are…a group of activists, organizers, artists, trainers, and everyday Twin Cities folks committed to environmental sustainability, human rights, corporate accountability, economic justice, and building a just better world. Rainforest Action Network – Twin Cities campaigns for the forests, their inhabitants and the natural systems that sustain life by transforming the global marketplace through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action. Take action and Join US today!

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2 responses

26 02 2010
chad

hello! i’m a senior at metropolitan state university. i was wondering if anyone would be available to commit to a 1/2 hour interview for my environmental communication class project in the next week or so? the questions can be submitted before hand, if you would like to prepare responses, but mostly it is about how your organization communicates it’s message to the general public. i think the DNR and MPCA will have plenty of students getting canned responses from their public relations officers, and i think that the other students in my class could benefit from an alternative viewpoint. thanks!

chad
poet134@hotmail.com
fredch@go.metrostate.edu

7 09 2010
Rebecca Orrison

Hello! Within a few weeks I am hoping to be able to host a movie viewing party for my community with the two short films about rain forest destruction provided to me by Rainforest Action Network. I am hoping that at this time I can have a RAN representative to participate in a question/answer session about what is happening in rain forests, and current legislation, etc.
I think that your information would greatly benefit and add to the event.
Hope to hear from you!
Thanks!

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