SAMPLE DOCUMENTS
1. PLEDGE TO PRAY, STUDY, AND ACT REGARDING
BOYCOTT/DIVESTMENT
To end oppression of Palestinian people and
Occupation of their land
In response to the ongoing cycle of violence that undermines negotiations and hope for an
enduring peace in Palestine and Israel, and in support of the principles of the KAIROS Palestine
Document 4.2.6, I endorse the use of divestment and an economic and commercial boycott of
products linked to oppression of Palestinian people and occupation of their land.
As a peacemaker committed to nonviolent resolution of deep-seated conflicts, I join a growing
number of international and religious partners, including Jewish, Muslim, and Christian voices,
who believe that economic sanctions can inspire a more useful dialog and negotiation towards a
just and lasting peace in the Middle East. Respect for the dignity of every human being,
alongside a vision to put aside the violence of terrorism, oppression, and military force is key to
moving negotiations forward for a lasting peace for all involved.
We are all the children of Abraham, let us no longer profit at the expense of the safety and
security of one another. Instead let us end the violent cycle and build a circle of peace.
I Pledge to Pray, Study, and Act regarding Boycott/Divestment:
Name:
Address:
E-mail:
Phone:
Specifically I agree to:
Refuse to purchase the following items or types of items:
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
Refuse to invest in:
________________________________________________________________________
Write letters to:
________________________________________________________________________
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Please give or mail this pledge to: (insert name and address of boycott organizer)
Session Resolution dated _________________________
2. PLEDGE TO PRAY, STUDY, AND ACT REGARDING
BOYCOTT/DIVESTMENT
To end oppression of Palestinian people and
Occupation of their land
In response to the ongoing cycle of violence that undermines negotiations and hope for an
enduring peace in Palestine and Israel, the ________________Presbyterian Church,
through its session, and in support of the principles of the KAIROS Palestine Document
4.2.6., endorses the use of divestment and an economic and commercial boycott of
products linked to oppression of Palestinian people and occupation of their land.
As peacemakers committed to nonviolent resolution of deep-seated conflicts, we join a
growing number of international and religious partners, including Jewish, Muslim, and
Christian voices, who believe that economic sanctions can inspire a more useful dialog
and negotiation towards a just and lasting peace in the Middle East. Respect for the
dignity of every human being, alongside a vision to put aside the violence of terrorism,
oppression, and military force is key to moving negotiations forward for a lasting peace
for all involved.
We are all the children of Abraham, let us no longer profit at the expense of the safety
and security of one another. Instead let us end the violent cycle and build a circle of
peace.
We, members of the ___________________Presbyterian Church,
_____________________________Pledge to Pray, Study, and Act regarding
Boycott/Divestment of the Israeli Occupation of Palestinian Territories :
Name
Address
e-mail
Phone
________________________________________________________________________
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Please give or mail this pledge to: (insert name and address of boycott organizer)
8. 3 Sample Flyer of Items to Boycott
(Available as a separate document only.)
8.4 Letter to Store Manager
Dear Store Manager,
While shopping today, I noticed that your store sells items that are manufactured by
companies that actively support violations of human rights and international law in Israel
and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. I am a human rights defender and I would hope
this store is also concerned with human rights, not only in our country, but also around
the world, including our government’s stated position regarding the Israeli occupation
and settlement activities that are harmful to our US policies and world standing. I ask
you to stop stocking the following products until they are produced in line with
international law:
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Ahava Beauty Products
Sabra dips and salads
Tribe products
Osem products
Dates produced on the West Bank and sold as Israeli: King Solomon and Jordan River,
and others
If you are not the final authority in your store, please communicate this message to a
higher authority, such as regional or national manager.
Very truly yours,
__________________________________
Name
__________________________________________
Address
8.5 Letter to Ulta Beauty Stores
(Date)
Ms. Lyn P. Kirby, Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Chuck Rubin, President and Chief Operating Officer
Ms. Carrie Lannon, Director of Customer Relations
Ulta Beauty Stores
1000 Remington Blvd., Suite 120
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Fax: 1-630-410-4861
Re: Boycott of Ahava Beauty Products sold by Ulta in Metro
Washington DC
Dear Ms. Kirby, Mr. Rubin, and Ms. Lannon:
This is to inform you that tomorrow morning at 10 am we are planning
to conduct a peaceful, legal, and nonviolent demonstration on the
public sidewalk outside your Silver Spring, MD store located at 914
Ellsworth Drive to deliver a copy of this letter to the store manager on
duty, and to respectfully urge customers entering the store not to buy
the Ahava beauty products sold there.
We are not asking customers to boycott the store. We will politely and
respectfully ask them not to buy Ahava products, and will explain to
them the reason why. We will also hand out information flyers on the
international boycott on Ahava products being coordinated here in the
United States by (among others) the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli
Occupation (www.endtheoccupation.org).
Israeli cosmetics maker Ahava promises “beauty secrets from the
Dead Sea” when in reality the company is hiding the fact that its
products come from stolen Palestinian natural resources in the West
Bank, which has been militarily occupied by the state of Israel for 43
years in violation of International Law. Ahava claims its products are
made in Israel. They are not. They are made in the illegal Israeli
West Bank settlements of Kayla and Mitzpe Shalem from minerals and
on land illegally expropriated from the Palestinian people. Activities by
Ahava and other Israeli companies on the West Bank are destroying
hope for the just peace for Israelis and Palestinians that our U.S.
government is working hard to bring about.
We urge you to discontinue carrying Ahava products in your stores and
salons, and we will be happy to work with you to further explain the
role of the international boycott against Ahava and other West Bank
Israeli products in bringing about a just peace for the people of Israel
and Palestine.
Sincerely,
(Name, address, fax #)
8. 6 Letter to Osem Investments/Tribe Foods
TO: Osem Group Investments, Ltd. ;Tribe Mediterranean Foods, Inc.
SUBJECT: Osem violations of corporate responsibility
As a coalition of Philadelphia area organizations working for human
rights, social justice, and peace in Israel-Palestine, we are appalled by
Osem’s financial support of and partnership with The Jewish National
Fund. Osem is facilitating activities that directly violate international
law and U.S. foreign policy, actively promote racial discrimination, and
contribute to the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians. We urge Osem to
adhere to standards of corporate social responsibility that prohibit
support for violations of international law and human rights. We
request that Osem reconsider its policies, and withdraw support for the
The Jewish National Fund.
Tribe food products are the second largest selling hummus in the
United States. As concerned U.S. citizens, we insist that proceeds from
the sale of your products in our country be consistent with U.S. foreign
policy, as well as the principles of the Geneva Convention, human
rights and international law. Currently they are not.
Documentation regarding the human rights and international law
violations committed by the Jewish National Fund over the past 60
years is abundant. The JNF was created in 1901 to acquire land and
property rights in Palestine for exclusive Jewish settlement. Less well
known is the JNF’s role in the dispossession of Palestinians from their
homes and ancestral lands since 1948, the disastrous environmental
effects of the planting of non-native trees on the ecosystems of
Palestine, or the fact that the JNF pine forests were planted on the
ruins of Palestinian villages that had been razed in order to prevent
their owners from ever returning to reclaim their homes. Because by
law all land owned or administered by the JNF is reserved for the
exclusive use of “the Jewish people in perpetuity,” the JNF has played
a key role in the ethnic cleansing of its indigenous people.
After the 1948 Nakba and the expulsion of approximately two-thirds of
the Palestinian population from their homeland, the JNF was
repackaged as an environmentalist organization carrying out
forestation activities. The JNF's forests, parks and recreational
facilities, planted and built on the ruins of hundreds of destroyed and
depopulated Palestinian villages have critically served to veil from
public view the continuing official Israeli attempts to erase the traces
of the ethnic cleansing of Palestine. The JNF is thus fundamentally
complicit in the denial of displaced Palestinians' rights to return,
restitution and compensation, and in green-washing Israel's regime of
colonization and occupation.
Today the Jewish National Fund, with significant support from Tribe
and Osem, continues its work of appropriating land for Jews and
evacuating Palestinians. Since 1967, the JNF has been the essential
partner of the Israeli government and the army in building the
infrastructure of the Occupation of the West Bank, Gaza and East
Jerusalem – building Jewish-only roads and expanding Jewish
settlements on stolen Palestinian land. Today its $600 million
“Greening the Negev” project is forcing native Bedouins into seven
urbanized Bantustans, destroying their traditional way of life and
building Jewish-only suburban enclaves – complete with non-native
green lawns and water-wasting sprinkler systems – where a desert
community has existed for thousands of years.
We call upon Osem to cease its support of the JNF, and to endorse the
“Boycott From Within” in which Palestinians, Jews, citizens of Israel,
and members of the global community join the Palestinian call for a
Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions campaign against Israel. Together
we call for: an end to the Israeli Occupation of the West Bank, East
Jerusalem, and Gaza; dismantling of the “separation barrier;”
recognition of the fundamental rights of the Arab-Palestinians citizens
of Israel to full equity; and respecting, protecting and promoting the
rights of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and properties
as stipulated in UN resolution 194.
Corporations have a responsibility to uphold human rights and
international law. We call on Osem to withdraw public and financial
support of the Jewish National Fund and to join the Boycott From
Within.
Signed,
Philadelphia BDS Coalition, [email protected]
Philadelphia SUSTAIN (Stop U.S. Tax Aid to Israel Now!)
Philadelphia Jews
From: http://www.phillyalnakba.org/wpcontent/uploads/2010/09/Tribe_Osem_Letter.pdf
8.7 Sabra Food Company
ISRAELI BRANDS SOLD IN THE US:
SABRA HUMMUS
Sabra produces traditional Arab salads like hummus, baba ghanoush, and
fried eggplant. Sabra is 50% owned by the Israeli company the Strauss Group,
and 50% owned by Pepsico (the Strauss Group also owns 100% of Max
Brenner -see below). The Strauss Group is the second largest Israeli food and
beverage company and is widely touted as one of the great successes of
Israeli industry. According to a Strauss Group report, “Humus is one of our
national foods, and can be found in just about every Israeli home.”
On its website in the section on “Corporate Responsibility,” the Strauss Group
emphasizes its support for the Israeli army, noting in a section entitled “In the
Field with Soldiers”, “Our connection with soldiers goes as far back as the
country, and even further. We see a mission and need to continue to provide
our soldiers with support, to enhance their quality of life and service
conditions, and sweeten their special moments. We have adopted the Golani
reconnaissance platoon for over 30 years and provide them with an ongoing
variety of food products for their training or missions, and provide personal
care packages for each soldier that completes the path. We have also
adopted the Southern Shualei Shimshon troops from the Givati platoon with
the goal of improving their service conditions and being there at the front to
spoil them with our best products."
Historically, the Israeli army has been a flagrant violator of human rights and
international law. Even by the abysmal standards of the Israeli army, Israel’s
“elite” Golani Brigade has a history of severe human rights abuses. According
to a January 2009 article in Ha’aretz Daily, the Golani Brigade, “is known as a
brigade that struggles with no small number of disciplinary problems and
scandals, caused by bad behavior ranging from revolts against commanders
to abuse of Palestinians.” During Israel’s January, 2009 assault on the Gaza
Strip, The same Ha’aretz article reported that, “Golani is currently operating in
the sector in which the IDF has seen the toughest battles with Hamas, the
eastern part of Gaza City,” and “since 2003, Golani has also been involved in
combating Palestinian terror groups in Gaza” (more from Ha’aretz on 2004
Golani Brigade destruction in Rafah). “In virtually every conflagration, Golani is
rushed to the conflict point. In April 2002, during the intifada, the brigade
played a central role in Operation Defensive Shield and the missions
preceding it, and Golani’s actions in the Jenin and Tul Karm refugee camps
led to the elimination of a number of wanted militants… Golani participated in
the siege on Yasser Arafat’s Muqata compound in Ramallah, the capture of
the casbah in Nablus (along with the Paratroops), and in the difficult fighting
in Jenin refugee camp… In the… Second Lebanon War, it saw fierce battle with
Hezbollah in the villages of Maroun al-Ras and Bint Jbail and suffered 14
casualties between two battalions.”
“Breaking the Silence”, a group composed of ex-Israeli soldiers, has
documented numerous cases of Golani Brigade involvement in human rights
abuses. As just a few other recent examples, in November, 2008, in a widely
disseminated video, members of the Golani Brigade filmed themselves forcing
a captive, blindfolded Palestinian to sing humiliating songs, some of a sexual
nature, and some about the Golani Brigade. In December, 2005 a Golani
Brigade officer was convicted for beating a Palestinian detainee and
threatening to cut off his penis.
Yigal Amir, the assassin of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, was a member
of the Golani Brigade. A 1995 New York Times article on Amir and the Golani
Brigade reported, “One day reporters came upon some of them [Golani
Brigades] in a Palestinian village near Bethlehem, dragging youths into a bus
packed with soldiers beating their clubs on the steel seat frames in unison
and chanting wildly: ‘We are Golani! We are insane!’… ‘In Golani, everybody
hits,’ Mr. Amir's comrade, Mr. Nagar remembered…. During searches in
Jabalaya, a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, Mr. Nagar said, ‘The officer says,
before breaking into a house, give them a 10,000 mile tune-up.’ The Times
article noted that, in addition to Amir, “Three men who had served in Golani
have committed widely publicized murders of Arabs and an Israeli peace
campaigner.”
The Strauss Group partners in honey production with Kibbutz Yad Mordechai
which is located just outside of the Gaza Strip. According to the historian
Walid Khalidi’s book “All that Remains,” Yad Mordechai, established in its
current location in 1943, has expanded onto the land of the Palestinian village
of Hirbiya, which probably fell to Israel in November, 1948.
Sabra’s headquarters is on 49th St and Astoria Boulevard in Astoria, Queens.
Unfortunately, in September, 2008, the Massachusetts-based Tribe Hummus, a
competitor of Sabra, was “acquired by the Israel-based Osem Group for $57
million.”
From Adalah NY – adalahny.org:
The Strauss Group, which distributes food items under the Sabra label, gives financial
support to the Israel Defense Forces, particularly the Golani Brigade. This facilitates
activities that directly violate international law and U.S. foreign policy, actively promotes
racial discrimination, supports brutal Israeli attacks on Palestinian civilians, and
contributes to the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians. Even by the abysmal standards of
the Israeli army, Israel’s “elite” Golani Brigade has a history of severe human rights
abuses against Palestinian and Lebanese people. According to the Israeli newspaper
Ha’aretz, the Golani Brigade “is known as a brigade that struggles with no small number
of disciplinary problems and scandals, caused by bad behavior ranging from revolts
against commanders to abuse of Palestinians.”
With significant support from Tribe and Osem, the Jewish National
Fund continues its work of appropriating land for Jews and evacuating
Palestinians. Since 1967, the JNF has been the essential partner of the
Israeli government and the army in building the infrastructure of the
Occupation of the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem – building
Jewish-only roads and expanding Jewish settlements on stolen
Palestinian land. Today its $600 million “Greening the Negev” project
is forcing native Bedouins into seven urbanized Bantustans, destroying
their traditional way of life while building Jewish-only suburban
enclaves complete with non-native green lawns and water-wasting
sprinkler systems where a desert community existed for thousands of
years.
From: www.phillybds.org
8.8 Company Info: Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories
AHAVA Dead Sea Laboratories, an Israeli cosmetics company, has situated its main
manufacturing plant and showroom at the Israeli Jewish settlement Mitzpe Shalem in the
Occupied Palestinian West Bank near the shores of the Dead Sea. Mitzpe Shalem, built
on occupied land in 1970, is an illegal settlement, as are all Jewish settlements in the
West Bank. Ahava’s capture of Palestinian natural resources from the Dead Sea is,
according to the Fourth Geneva Convention, a patently illegal use by an occupying power
of stolen resources for its own profit. To add insult to injury, Ahava’s labels claim that
the country of origin of its products is “The Dead Sea, Israel”—this type of labeling has
been decried by Oxfam, among other human rights groups, as blatantly misleading.
While we were working on putting together the new AHAVA boycott campaign we
called STOLEN BEAUTY, CODEPINK led several delegations to Gaza, one of which
never made it into the Strip because the Israeli government wouldn’t let them through the
Erez crossing. Several CODEPINK activists decided to take a fact-finding mission to the
Ahava plant in the West Bank, corroborating what we had read about the plant’s location
and its practices. The women decided to seize the opportunity and—with the avid
encouragement of the Israeli Jewish and Palestinian peace activists that they had met—
they went to the Ahava store at the Hilton Hotel in Tel Aviv to stage a protest action.
Some put on bikinis, wrote on their bodies with mud NO AHAVA/NO LOVE, while
others carried signs with slogans such as “There is no love in occupation.” They chanted,
sang and made the Israeli evening news.
About a week later, we heard that Kristin Davis was going to be at Lord & Taylor on
Fifth Avenue promoting Ahava products and signing autographs. Two of us went to the
store to deliver a letter to Davis, requesting she stop letting Ahava use her beautiful face
and good name to cover up their crimes. She was less than receptive, and we were
escorted out of the store. A week later, the CODEPINK bikini brigade showed up at the
“Tel Aviv Beach Party”—part of the Israeli government’s multi-million dollar “Re-brand
Israel” campaign—in New York’s Central Park. The bikinis and our anti-occupation
message made Fox News.
We recently sent letters to Ahava’s headquarters in Holon, Israel, as well as to Ahava
USA and Kristen Davis, giving them notice of our boycott. We sent copies of these
letters to Shamrock Holdings, the investment company of the Roy E. Disney family,
which owns 19% of Ahava’s shares. On Monday of this week, CODEPINK women
showed up in bikinis and mud at the Cosmoprof North America Trade Show in Las
Vegas to let Ahava representatives know we were launching our STOLEN BEAUTY
campaign.
We have sent letters to over 100 retailers requesting that they stop stocking Ahava
products because Ahava helps finance the destruction of hope for a peaceful and just
future for both Israelis and Palestinians. In August we’ll be outside a drugstore,
department store or mall near you, exposing Ahava’s dirty secrets and showing that real
beauty is more than skin deep. You can go to www.stolenbeauty.org to find out how to
join our campaign. And you don’t have to wear a bikini to do it.
About 37% of the company shares are held by the West Bank settlement of Kibbutz
Mitzpe Shalem, 37% by Hamashbir Holdings (the investment fund of B. Gaon Holdings
and the Livnat family), about 18.5% are held by Shamrock Holdings (the investment fund
of the Roy E. Disney family), and 7.5% by the West Bank settlement of Kibbutz Kalia.
From www.codepink.org
Stolen Beauty – Ahava Boycott
Join our boycott to pressure Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories to end its support for Israeli
occupation and apartheid.
Ahava excavates resources and manufactures their products in illegal Jewish-only
settlements in the occupied West Bank. These settlements, Mitpze Shalem and Kalya,
collectively own 44% of Ahava’s stock and thereby directly profit from Ahava sales.
Use the following resources and information to get involved in the Stolen Beauty
campaign in whatever capacity you can.
Pledge to Boycott Stolen Beauty
Sign our pledge to boycott Ahava until it meets our
demands to end its support for Israel’s illegal settlements.
Spread the Word
Inform your friends and family about Ahava’s dirty secrets in
Palestine/Israel. Simply use our form to send them information about the Stolen Beauty
campaign.
Why Ahava
Get the dirt on Ahava’s operations in Palestine/Israel.
Sign Up as a Local Organizer
Use this form to sign up as a local Stolen Beauty
organizer and we’ll send you all of the resources you need to bring the boycott to your
community.
Stolen Beauty Resources
Use these resources to educate yourself and activate your
community.
Video View videos of creative protest actions that our supporters have taken as part of
the Stolen Beauty boycott.
Support the Campaign to stop Stolen Beauty Ensure that the US Campaign can
continue to provide quality campaign resources like these by making a tax-deductible
donation!
From www.endtheoccupation.org
-----------------------AHAVA DEAD SEA COSMETICS
According to whoprofits.org, “Ahava manufactures cosmetics products using
minerals from the Dead Sea. The company has a factory and a visitors' center
in the Israeli settlement of Mitzpe Shalem in the occupied West Bank. 34% of
the company shares are held by the settlement of Mitzpe Shalem… 6% by
Kibbutz Kaliya (settlement).” All Israeli settlements violate international law.
As the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee
(BNC) explains in its description of L'Oreal, which also uses Dead Sea
products, “It should be noted that one-third of the western shore of the
Dead Sea lies in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. While the entire shore and its
resources are systematically closed to Palestinians by Israeli military
occupation and apartheid practices, Israel exploits the Dead Sea for
international tourism, mining and improving its image.”
Ahava products are not labeled as produced in the West Bank as required in
the UK.
Ahava US is headquartered in New York at 411 5th Avenue, at 37th St..
Ahava’s products are sold in many New York stores.
From www.adalahny.org
Response to questions posed by Melinda Thompson to Who Profits:
You are correct, in the Israeli debate there is a distinction between the 'illegal'
outposts and the settlements that are not illegal according to Israeli law.
However, you should note that the settlements are not legal under Israeli law,
they are just not illegal. In any case, as we know, all of the settlements are illegal
under international law.
Here is what we know about the source of the raw
materials of Ahava: like all other Israeli companies that use minerals from the
Dead Sea they get their minerals from Dead Sea Works, which is the only Israeli
factory licensed to retrieve minerals from the Dead Sea. The factory of Dead Sea
Works is indeed located inside Israel and not in the West Bank. We did get some
initial information from an insider at the Ahava factory that they get their mud
from a site next to the settlement of Kalia, which is in the occupied section of the
Dead Sea, but we have no official documents to back this up. This is why we do
not have this fact on our website. In solidarity,
Merav
Merav Amir
Research
Coordinator
The Who Profits from the Occupation project
The Coalition of
Women for Peace
www.whoprofits.org
Tel: +972-50-8575728
8.9 Sample letter to TIAA-CREF Pension Fund
Sample letter from
https://salsa.democracyinaction.org/o/301/images/JVP_PetitionJune2010FINAL2.pdf
TIAA-CREF
Dear Board:
I am a participant and investor in TIAA CREF Pension Fund ( the Fund) who is deeply
concerned that the Fund invests in many companies that profit from Israel’s occupation
of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem. Some of these companies
provide weapons and covert surveillance supplies that maintain the occupation by force.
Others take or exploit Palestinian resources, including scarce water and even the land
itself. All are profiting from Israel’s violations of international law and international
human rights standards.
Some examples:
CATERPILLAR profits from the destruction of Palestinian homes and the uprooting
of Palestinian orchards by supplying the armor-plated and weaponized bulldozers that
are used for such demolition work.
VEOLIA profits from the construction and expansion of illegal Jewish-only
settlements by operating a landfill in the West Bank, exploiting Palestinian natural
resources to serve the settlements, and by contracting for the future operation of an
illegal light rail system connecting these settlements with Jerusalem.
NORTHROP GRUMMAN profits from the production of parts for the Apache
helicopters and F-16 aircrafts used by Israel against civilians in Gaza during Israel’s
2008-09 assault. ELBIT profits from the confiscation of Palestinian land by providing
surveillance equipment that is mounted on the Separation Wall, which was declared
unlawful by the International Court of Justice.
MOTOROLA profits from Israel’s control of the Palestinian population by providing
surveillance systems around Israeli settlements, checkpoints, and military camps
in the West Bank, as well as communication systems to the Israeli army and West
Bank settlers.
While the specific companies held change over time, the Fund’s investment criteria do
not screen out such investments, which are incompatible with our values and with
corporate social responsibility. Out of commitment to equality, freedom and
international law, I therefore urgently request that the Fund divest from companies that:
• Directly profit from or contribute to the Israeli occupation of the Gaza Strip and the
West Bank, including East Jerusalem.
• Provide products or services that contribute to the construction and maintenance
of Israeli settlements and/or the Separation Wall, both of which are illegal under
international law.
• Provide products or services that contribute to or enable violent acts that target
civilians.
I respectfully request that the Fund establish investment criteria to exclude any such
companies in the future. The Fund strives to provide financial services for the greater
good, helping those of us who are participants to plan for and live in retirement. Please
help us invest the fruit of our labor and enjoy our retirement in good conscience.
Very truly yours,
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