Paul de Armond, the former research director at Public Good Project, passed away peacefully yesterday. In 2001, Paul was presented the Whatcom Human Rights Task Force award for putting his life on the line organizing opposition to anti-Indian, property rights, Christian Patriot, white supremacist militias in Washington state. Paul was a featured speaker at the 1996 Center for World Indigenous Studies conference on The Politics of Land and Bigotry.
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