Title: Wee Print Discriminates Against HSA
From: AMER Intelligence
The Official Journal of the Alliance for Magical and Earth
Religions, Volume 1, Number 1.
copyright 1991 by AMER and the respective authors. All rights
reserved. (Permission to reprint has been granted by AMER.)
According to the premier issue of HSA News, Heartland Spiritual
Alliance is the victim of religious discrimination by Wee Print
Copy Center. Wee Print, (Kansas City, MO) had been printing
HSA's materials for two years. Then, one of Wee Print's
employees allegedly stole an HSA map packet, brochure, and
perhaps other materials, which are said to have been distributed
to local Christian churches in an attempt to persuade the
churches to boycott Wee Print.
Ken Coons, manager of the center, denied knowledge of the
incident and the potential boycott, but told an HSA source that
his employees were "uncomfortable" publishing HSA's materials,
and that he no longer wished to handle the organization's
printing needs. According to Rhiannon Bennett, Coons "didn't
perceive this incident as a case of religious discrimination".
HSA's legal advisor has written to Coons about the incident.
AMER has written a letter to Wee Print Copy Center in which we
point out that their treatment of HSA does constitute true
religious discrimination. We urge our readers to add their
voices to this protest by writing to: Mr. Ken Coons, Manager,
Wee Print Copy Center, 1935 McGee, Kansas City, MO 64114.
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