World Can’t Wait received this message from Displaced Films:
As we near the holidays, we want to give a big THANK YOU to all of you who responded to our urgent request to contact your local PBS station asking them to air "This is Where We Take Our Stand" in January and February.
If you haven’t yet contacted your local station, below is a list of contact links for the largest thirty stations. Just click on the one nearest you and send them a message. Do it this week, send it to your own lists, and let PBS know that you want this story and these veterans to be seen by millions.
As a reminder of just how crucial and heroic the soldiers and veterans in this film are, read this article from the November 15 edition of the New York Times. We warn you that this is far from a feel good holiday story, but it does nothing less than vividly portray the reality of this hideous war:
Special announcement for
On Wednesday, February 1, "This is Where We Take Our Stand" will screen at the
Then on Thursday, February 2, the film will screen at Busboys and Poets in
And again, Thank You!
David Zeiger and Bestor Cram
KOCE (LA) – http://www.pbssocal.org/about/contact.php
KCET (LA) – http://www.kcet.org/about/contact-us.html
(While KCET is no longer PBS, it can air this program)
WTTW (Chicago) – http://www.wttw.com/main.taf?p=0,2,4
KERA (Dallas) – http://www.kera.org/about/contact/
WGTV (Georgia) – http://www.gpb.org/television/stations/wgtv
KUHT (Houston) – http://www.houstonpbs.org/aboutus/contact.html
KCTS (Seattle) – http://kcts9.org/about/contact-us
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WVIZ (Cleveland) – http://www.ideastream.org/feedback
WBBC (Orlando) – http://www.wbcctv.org/about_contacts.html
WUNC (Raleigh) – http://wunc.org/about/contact-us
WUNE (Charlotte) – http://www.unctv.org/aboutus/contactus.php
WMPT (Owing Mills, MD) – http://www.mpt.org/contact