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January 15, 2018
34th Annual MLK Day Celebration
January 15, 2018 N/A
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January 17, 2018
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH WEDNESDAYS!
January 17, 2018 –
ENOUGH? ?IS? ?ENOUGH WEDNESDAYS!
Wednesday? ?Actions? ?to? ?Demand? ?Accountability
Beginning November 29, 2017
through January 17, 2018; 12 noon - 1:00 pm
The President and his administration must be held accountable.
Their behavior is immoral and illegal, and is destroying America.
They do not represent us. Silence allows this to continue.
Waiting for others to act is also silence. We? ?will? ?not? ?stay? ?silent!
Beginning on November 29, we will gather each Wednesday at noon in the center of Amherst, Massachusetts (corner of Main and E. Pleasant).
We invite everyone to join us - anywhere? ?you? ?are?. Go to the center of your town. Or just step outside your home and office. Bring signs, drums, pots and pans, noisemakers.
We will stand up each Wednesday before the national march planned for January 20th, saying clearly, “Enough is Enough!”
? Enough corporate control of government!
? Enough racism, sexual abuse of women and bigotry from the highest offices of the land!
? Enough allowing the fossil fuel industry to destroy the environment and indigenous rights!
? Enough warmongering and nuclear proliferation!
? We stand for respect, safety and opportunity for all people!
? We stand for moral leadership in all branches of government!
? We stand for a government that protects our environment!
? We stand for the rule of law and a politics of love!
REGISTER? ?AND? ?POST? ?YOUR? ?PICTURES.?
Anywhere you are, whether you are one...or many, share a picture of yourself:
It’s time to stand up. Joining together we will send a powerful message.
We will not stay silent. Enough? ?is? ?Enough!
January 18, 2018
Cracking the Code: Examining Racial Bias, Supporting Racial Justice
January 18, 2018 –
Cracking the Code:
Examining Racial Bias, Supporting Racial Justice
Hosted by Interfaith Council of Franklin County
Thursday, January 18, 2018
5:30pm vegetarian potluck, 6pm program
Temple Israel, 27 Pierce St., Greenfield
The Interfaith Council of Franklin County will present an evening training on understanding systemic racial bias, Thursday January 18 at Temple Israel, 27 Pierce Street in Greenfield. The program will begin with a shared meal at 5:30 pm followed by a film and discussion at 6 pm and is open to the public and free of charge.
“The council wants to contribute to civic dialogue and intergroup relations,” according to Ben Tousley, president of ICFC.“This training is our regular monthly meeting and we are very pleased to share this program with the community.”
The program will begin at 6:00PM sharp with the screening of a film called “Cracking the Code” and a facilitated discussion by Lora Wondoloski and Zaida Govan. Both women have extensive experience in human development and undoing racism. Wondolowski is the founder of Leadership Pioneer Valley and Govan is a professor at Simmons College and UMass in social and family systems.
Temple Israel will provide a main dish of lasagna. Participants are welcome to bring a salad, beverage, vegetable side or dessert. Temple Israel is a vegetarian facility.
The Interfaith Council of Franklin County seeks to bring together faith communities and organizations for the purpose of dialogue, information sharing, celebration and social transformation, with forums for greater understanding, spiritual enrichment and social justice. For more information please contact Interfaith Council president Ben Tousley at 413-475-3592.
Grassroots Activism: Its Success in the Election of Doug Jones in Alabama
January 18, 2018
The Leverett Alliance
presents an informal talk
TIM BULLOCK & DAVID DETMOLD on
Its Success in the Election
of Doug Jones in Alabama
“If grassroots activism can elect a Democrat to the Senate
from the reddest state in the nation, then it can elect
progressive candidates anywhere.”—David Detmold
Thursday, January 18, 2018 7 pm
Leverett Town Hall
9 Montague Road, Leverett
Both Tim and David canvassed on behalf of Doug Jones’ campaign for U.S. Senate in December 2017 and are eager to share their experiences with us. Leverett’s Tim Bullock is a member of the New England Peace Pagoda and is dedicated to building unity though our commonality. Longtime grassroots activist David Detmold of Turners Falls was founder of the Montague Reporter.
Time for questions, answers and discussion will follow their talk.
This talk is a feature of this month’s regular meeting of the Leverett Alliance.
Come early for 6:30 pm Dessert Potluck
7-8:00 pm Talk & Questions; 8:00-8:30 Alliance meeting
reviewing activities of our working groups:
Hands Across the Hills Sanctuary Building Bridges
Community Building Climate Change Book Group
ALL ARE WELCOME. INVITE YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY & NEIGHBORS
For further information: [email protected]
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