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Letters to the Editor:


Recently CofCC members have gotten three different excellent Letters to the Editor published in three different states. This is one of the most effective forms of activism, because the Letters to the Editor are probably the most read part of the paper. More people read the letters to the editor than the front page articles.

It is probably easier than you think to get an LTE published! Just keep it short and relevant. Most papers set limits for 250 to 300 words. Keep it short, to the point, and in response to a recent article. Most newspapers allow you to submit letters to the editor over the internet.

 

CofCC Board Member Leonard Wilson got an LTE about the Robert E. Lee Day holiday published in the Jasper, AL Mountain Eagle last January.

 

This one was published in the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader in Pennsylvania:

Writer sees nothing good about ‘diversity’ agenda

 

This one was published in the Orangeburg Times and Democrat in South Carolina:

Intersection plan attacks Confederate symbols