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Monday, July 12, 2004

The Silent No More Awareness Campaign has added a testimonies page to their website, along with other new content.

The Silent No More event on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court on January 22, 2003 was the first public event sponsored by SNM. A few months later, national leaders associated with SNM decided that their visions and goals for SNM were incompatible. Two new groups were formed, the Silent No More Awareness Campaign and Silent No More-Operation Outcry.

Both groups appear to be thriving, which makes me believe that they both have strong, competent leadership. (Did the original, unitary, Silent No More have an excess of strong, competent leaders?)

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