Saturday, October 8, 2011

GMO Right2Know campaign- looking for housing in the mt washington area



Can you help out?  The march is coming to Baltimore on October 12. The walkers need your support, as well as some housing.  Let me and/or Gail know if you might support this effort.  Thanks.




Tuesday, September 13, 2011 3:04 PM
GMO Right2Know campaign- looking for housing in the mt washington area


Hey Max,


Hope you are doing well. Just writing to follow up on our brief

conversation at the White House last Sunday.


I wanted to give you info about the GMO Right2Know march so that you can

let folks know. It's too bad people in Baltimore don't know about it. It's

not too late to sign up to march with us!


Also, we're still looking for housing in the Mt. Washington area. Our stop

on October 12th is at a Whole Foods on Smith Avenue in the Mt. Washington

neighborhood. Would you be able to get us in touch with activists in that

area who might be able to offer homestays? Also, if you have contact info

for that church nearby for sleeping bag space that would be great too.



More info about us as well as an attached pdf.




Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, have been altered at the

molecular level.  There have not been adequate long term studies to

determine whether these are safe to eat, yet the majority of processed

foods sold in this country contain GMOs.  The majority of USAmericans,

when polled, agree that we have a right to know what we are eating and

decide what we choose to eat.


I am writing first to encourage you to join us on the march!  You don't

have to come for the whole trip; meet up with us for any leg of the

journey.  And stay tuned for more info about our New York Kick-Off events.


You can also support the march in other ways.  Spread the word.  Extend

the invitation to your networks (a call to action is attached), follow us

on facebook and twitter.  Volunteer to hang our posters in key places near

you.  Hold a solidarity event in your community or throw a party to raise

funds to support marchers.


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