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LAWG seeks money to keep network active.

The Latin America Working Group, a non-profit organization that seeks to end the U.S. embargo against Cuba, is seeking donations to keep its Cuba policy e-mail network alive.

In an e-mail asking supporters to contribute at least $50 to the cause, LAWG said: "Maintaining this e-mail network is part of LAWG's work to change U.S. policy on Cuba, and it requires significant staff time and resources. Your generous donation assists us in carrying out our Cuba project work and in continuing to provide current, understandable and often urgent e-mail policy updates and alerts."

LAWG's Mavis Anderson claims that the organization's supporters "are getting closer and closer to achieving significant changes in U.S. foreign policy governing our relationship with Cuba.

"Our efforts to promote better understanding and a more just policy toward Cuba will lead, with our sustained effort, to an end of the embargo. Now is the time to increase the pressure."

Details: Mavis Anderson, LAWG, 110 Maryland Ave. NE, Box 15, Washington, DC 20002. Tel: (202) 546-7010. URL:
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