MARK ALLEN TAYLOR
(FIRST BOY SHOT AT COLUMBINE HIGH)
At the International Coalition for Drug Awareness we have been in the process of putting together some very critical information on antidepressants and school shootings and other acts of violence for the Columbine anniversary and we need your help. For over two decades I have worked to fund by myself most all of what we have done in the raising awareness of the dangers of antidepressants (mortgaging my own home multiple times and putting the funds from our materials back into this). But after a couple of decades at this point I do not have any funding to help when we now need to gather some of the most critical information yet – information that should REALLY help to wake up society. So I am asking for help from all of you to help us do that.
We have been informed that to get this information it is going to cost us between $400 – $600. Any of you who can help us in any way we urgently need your help! This is because we need to get the information BEFORE the Columbine anniversary on April 20 to get media attention from that. (I am sorry because of the late notice. It took me some time to track this information down and I would have sent this request out much sooner had it not been for the terrible accident my brother suffered last week – thank you for the prayers as they have produced miracles but things are still extremely critical.)
Please help if you can! Any amount so that we can get this done will be GREATLY appreciated and this information will be shared with the world. Much of this information most have been unaware of before and this will bring it to public light. I firmly believe it will make a BIG difference in this battle we are waging for truth about these drugs. I know you will be excited to share this as soon as we get it. PLEASE go to our website to make your donation now: Support donation
Then watch over the next couple of weeks for this explosive information to begin to be posted from our DrugAwareness.org site!
Ann Blake Tracy, Executive Director