ISSN #1088-8136

Vol. 7, No. 2
Spring 2001



Printable PDF - This Issue

Previous Issue

Back Issues




Spring 2001

Will East Timor See Justice?

Despite Resistance, ETAN Continues Legislative Efforts

ETAN Conference Launches New Phase of Solidarity

West Timor Refugee Crisis Continues

Support East Timor in Your Community

U.S. Activists Respond to Indonesian Military Violence

Indonesian General on Trial in U.S. Court

U.S. - East Timor Relationship Raises New Questions

Madison Becomes East Timor's First Sister City in U.S.

About East Timor and the East Timor Action Network



Tuapukan refugee camp, West Timor. (May 2000)  

Help ETAN Keep Working

Now that East Timor has disappeared from the media once again, ETAN needs to rely on old and new sources for money. Please support ETAN’s important work to bring the refugees home, achieve justice, and build a democratic and prosperous East Timor. Your donation will help us advocate for the East Timorese people during this new phase of the country’s transition to independence. The UN has made the U.S. dollar East Timor’s official interim currency. Show your patriotism by sending a check to ETAN today! Tax-deductible donations of over $50 for ETAN’s educational work can be made out to “ AJ Muste Memorial Institute” and mailed to ETAN’s White Plains office. If you’d like to make a tax-deductible credit card donation via the internet, point your browser here.



Latest ETAN Action Alerts
Search all online issues of Estafeta
Check out ETAN's updated Resource List

The East Timor Estafeta is the quarterly publication of the East Timor Action Network of the United States. We welcome your comments and suggestions aimed at improving the newsletter. We are looking for volunteers to help with editing and layout - are you interested?
Editors: Ben Terrall
Proofreaders: Charles A. Scheiner; John M. Miller
Paper Layout: Eric S. Piotrowski
Online Layout: Frank Fitzgerald

Looking for an online company to host a website? We recommend Hostings Masters, the company that hosts