Monday, March 25, 2024

Baltimore Activist Alert -- March 26 - 27, 2024

25] Support juvenile justice – March 26

26] Scientific Integrity Act – March 26

27] Fundraiser for Odette Ramos – March 26

28] Fair Share for Maryland Working Group meeting March 26

29] Stopping the militarization of border communities – March 26

30] A labor movement webinar -- March 26

31] Research and Education to End the Vietnam War – March 26

32] Politics and Economies of Food Preservation – March 26

33] Struggle for Nuclear Abolition and Black Liberation -- March 27


25] – Jews United for Justice [] want you to take action for juvenile justice on Tues., March 26.  Jam the phone lines and urge your legislators to oppose SB744. RSVP at

26] -- The Union of Concerned Scientists [] will talk about How to strengthen scientific integrity in government on Tues., March 26 at 5 PM ET. Join UCS experts to learn about the Scientific Integrity Act and how you can help protect federal science from political manipulation.  REGISTER at

27] -- Toki Underground and Chef Carlos Delgado from Causa (Michelin Star Restaurant) will be collaborating to host a fundraising event in support of the re-election campaign for Baltimore City Councilmember Odette Ramos.  You are invited at on Tues., March 26 at 6 PM ET at Toki Underground, 2731 Greenmount Ave., Baltimore 21218. Odette is grateful to have the support of a fabulous District 14 business and a renowned Chef who is coming to our city for this event! She indicates that her time as your Councilwoman so far has been one of the most challenging but best experiences of her life. It would be an honor for her to continue being your Councilwoman. RSVP at

28] -- Jews United for Justice [] are holding a Fair Share for Maryland Working Group meeting on Tues., March 26 at 6:30 PM ET.  RSVP at

29] -- AFSC [] on Tues., March 26 at 7 PM ET is hosting an event -- Stopping the militarization of border communities. This is part of a monthly series “Protecting Migrant Rights in an Election Year.” Hear firsthand from AFSC staff with the U.S.-Mexico Border Program and New Hampshire Program. Examine how militarized approaches to migration harm people seeking refuge and people living in border communities. RSVP at

30] -- The Metro DC DSA [] on Tues., March 26 at 7 PM ET is hosting “Inclusive Revolution,” a labor movement webinar.  Systemic racism within the labor movement is the focus of an Emergency Workplace Organizing Committee webinar and workshop. Labor historian Dr. Tamara Lee of Rutgers University leads a panel of union leaders, activists and workers of color in this national DSA-based practicum, which will include breakout sessions for local-context strategizing. Register at

31] -- The Vietnam Peace Commemoration Committee [] is holding a webinar on Tues., March 26 at 7 PM ET -- Research and Education to End the Vietnam War. Intellectual fire-power as well as protest was brought to bear to end the US war in Indochina. Former activists in organizations that fulfilled an indispensable role will speak. For speaker bios and a registration link, click here:

32] –  The Maurin Academy <> on Tues., March 26 at 8 PM ET are holding a session on The Politics and Economies of Food Preservation with Ryan, Deacon Chris and the Maurin Academy Team. Visit or email

33] –  Check out Intersectional Struggle for Nuclear Abolition and Black Liberation, a webinar taking place on Wed., March 27 at noon ET.  RSVP at  This is a discussion on how the Black freedom movement started the work to create an intersectional, global, antinuclear movement rooted in racial justice, and ways we can continue the fight against white supremacy and nuclear weapons. One of the speakers is Dr. Vincent Intondi, Senior Lecturer, Webster Leiden Campus

To be continued.

Donations can be sent to Max Obuszewski, Baltimore Nonviolence Center, 431 Notre Dame Lane, Apt. 206, Baltimore, MD 21212.  Ph.: 410-323-1607; Email: mobuszewski2001 [at] Go to

"The master class has always declared the wars; the subject class has always fought the battles. The master class has had all to gain and nothing to lose, while the subject class has had nothing to gain and everything to lose--especially their lives." Eugene Victor Debs

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