Date: Fri, 25 Mar 1994 10:57:27 CST From: Dennis Baron Subject: Re: for the record In Message Thu, 24 Mar 1994 16:04:39 -0600, Natalie Maynor writes: >Here are some e-mail addresses for NPR. I hope people will follow >Dennis's suggestion of protesting. I may do it, although I'm afraid >my anger will end up making my protest less coherent. Anti-Southern >bias is one of very few things in the world that evoke anger in me. >The only thing that makes me even angrier than anti-Southern bias is >the even more specific anti-Mississippi bias. Like many Southerners, >I feel what is perhaps an irrationally strong attachment to my state. > --Natalie (maynor[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] > >********************************** >Weekend Edition/Sunday (wesun[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] >Weekend All Things Considered (watc[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] >Talk of the Nation (totn[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] >Science Friday (scifri[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] >Fresh Air (freshair[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] Add to Natalie's list NPR's 800 number: 1-800-235-1212 And snail mail: 635 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC 20001-3753. Dennis -- > >Please note that e-mail to the above addresses cannot be >forwarded to other NPR departments (Audience Services, >Transcripts/Tapes, Morning Edition, Weekday ATC, Weekend >Edition/Saturday, etc.). >For more information, or to order a transcript or tape, call NPR Audience >Services at (202) 414-3232. debaron[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] (\ 217-333-2392 \'\ fax: 217-333-4321 Dennis Baron \'\ ____________ Department of English / '| ()___________) University of Illinois \ '/ \ ~~~~~~~~~ \ 608 South Wright St. \ \ ~~~~~~~~~ \ Urbana, IL 61801 ==). \ __________\ (__) ()___________)