The Passing Of A Warrior, Jim Rosenfield Activist

The Passing Of A Warrior, Jim Rosenfield Activist
Posted by FoM on December 19, 1999 at 21:12:10 PT
From Richard Lake
Source: MapInc.
The Passing Of A Warrior, Jim Rosenfield Activist, friend and computer wiz kid, Jim Rosenfield, passed away Friday, December 17th., of a heart attack. His wife, Victoria says that he died happy; he was doing the thing he loved most, ballroom dancing. 
Jim was an relentless media hound; involved with, and founding many political organizations and media watch groups including, Media Awareness Project (MAP), She Who Remembers, Cannabis Freedom Fund (PAC), ACLU, DRCnet, NORML, November Coalition, Americam Medical Marijuana Association (AMMA) and others. He Will Be Deeply Missed. Jim leaves behind his wife Victoria; two young children, Ariel and Richard; and his best buddy, "Stash" the dog. Victoria has asked for a large gathering at his memorial. She would like his family to understand just how important his activism was to him and how many people, his relentless work, affected. PLEASE send us any information you have regarding your experiences, memories, and personal thoughts about working with Jim over the years for this purpose to, tperkins A Memorial Service will be held on: Date: Tuesday Dec 21 Time: mid-afternoon (To Be Announced) Location: Kehillat Isreal Address: 16019 Sunset Blvd. Pacific Palsades 310-459-2329 We will update you further on any arangements for some kind of gathering afterwards. Thank You! Sincerely, Genie BrittinghamTim Perkins She Who Remembers Productions Tim Perkins She Who Remembers Radical Earth Solutions Cannabis Freedom Fund Think for YourselfA Drug Policy Reading Room On The Drug War 
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Comment #2 posted by DdC on June 24, 2000 at 20:15:56 PT
see yaDdC
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Comment #1 posted by kaptinemo on December 20, 1999 at 16:31:59 PT
Another good one gone.
It was Rosenfield who wrote to an absolute stranger who had vented his spleen on the Web about the treatment of the sick who wanted to use cannabis, and motivated him to join and contribute to organizations like NORML. The stranger never got to really know Rosenfield, but, nevertheless, he will be missed greatly.Ave atque vale, Jim Rosenfield. Hail and farewell.
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