(1) Good advice from an online linkedin member
I have the following critique. First, you have to make it much simpler in your profile. For example,
Business woman and International Human Rights Activist (e.g. Human Right Abuses).
Most of the recommendations that you received are people who have just single connection (that is you). This is not good and not going to help you very much. Above all, the people that you receive recommendation must have some national and international authorities in this area (e.g. Human rights lawyers, politicians, Authors, movie directors, TV hosts, etc. etc.). They must know, first hand knowledge about what you're doing and help you in case if you're in trouble of
some sort. Being an activist is not an easy thing, you have to have high level connections (if you're in China) and international connections (if you're traveling). For this purpose, you have to be a member of Green Peace or Amnesty Inernational, and organization of that standing (popular elsewhere in the world, not only in China). You could join some lawyers associations, write some newsletter along with them and get it published, or get their advice and help in your cause, and so on. Bear in mind, you have to view things from outside the box.
I mean rationale look at a particular issue.
My suggestion to you to think along this line and look for high calibre people and get introduce yourself and start to network with them. You could start with local people (within your home town in china), then slowly expand your network. If you attend meetings, (national or international), it will help to strengthen your profile.
You may attend seminars, symposium, or short courses for these purpose.
The people that recommend you, especially with regards to your work must also include some high ranking figures in the society especially in human rights area.
I thought I could write and critique what I really felt. This will help to consolidate your efforts and make you go in the right direction where you could get proper recognition for your hard work.
(2) Please write to Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin
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(6)Letter to California Medical Board from Geral Sosbee, a former FBI agent being targeted.
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Anyone wanting to follow the constitution in the CIA and FBI are neutralized in one form or the other.
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Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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Mrs Samantha Willey OF SAFE HOUSE
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(8) Write to Obama
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