Ellen Danchik

Mississippi Blues – Birthplace of the Blues (Terry & Ellen Trip)  http://www.earlyblues.com/The%20Mississippi%20Delta%20-%20Birthplace%20of%20The%20Blues.htm

https://media-alliance.org/2016/05/dissenting-voices-of-the-street-by-terry-messman/

2015-09-07REMEMBERING HIROSHIMA AT LIVERMORE’S HOLOCAUST LABORATORY  Photo by Ellen Danchik https://thestreetspirit.org/2015/09/07/remembering-hiroshima-at-livermores-holocaust-laboratory/

2001-06-19 CONTRA COSTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS  C.97 APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Ellen Danchik in an amount not to exceed $60,780 to provide continuing consultation and technical assistance with regard to housing for Mental Health Program clients for the period July 1, 2001 through June 30, 2002.   https://www.contracosta.ca.gov/Archive.aspx?ADID=455

2012-09-06 BLOOD ON THE TRACKS: BRIAN WILLSON DANCES IN RESISTANCE TO THE WEAPONS OF MASS MURDER   by Terry Messman   Ellen Danchik, the legal coordinator of Nuremberg Actions during this period (and, in full disclosure, my (Messman) marriage partner), witnessed this boomerang effect. Danchik said, “Brian’s stand at the tracks was an act of redemptive suffering. His blood was spilled on the tracks as he exposed the truth to the world, that the Concord Naval Weapons Station was sending weapons to El Salvador to kill innocent men, women and children.

“The Navy tried to silence him, but instead, his suffering and the spilling of his blood exposed their dirty little secret to the entire world. The U.S. Navy tried to stop his voice and attempted to silence him forever. Their plan backfired and four days after Brian was nearly killed, 10,000 people came to the Concord Naval Weapons Station, outraged at what had happened.”

Danchik said that Willson had seen at first-hand the terrible suffering caused by his own government in Vietnam, and was determined to never let the massacre of innocent civilians happen again.

“Brian’s blood was poured on the tracks in self-sacrifice to save others,” Danchik said. “The love that he showed on that day was the same love that the martyrs before him had shown — Martin Luther King, the four young girls in Birmingham, Gandhi and the Kennedys.”  https://thestreetspirit.org/2012/09/06/blood-on-the-tracks-brian-willson-dances-in-resistance-to-the-weapons-of-mass-murder/

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