49]Get involved in Progressive Maryland’s MOCO Chapter
General Strike – May 1
51]An Impactful Annapolis May Day – May 1
Contract – May 1
rescue – May 1
54]White House vigil – May 1
55]Protecting Both Public Health and Civil
Liberties – May 1
Swarm the Capitol and the White
House – May 1
57]Roots of food
insecurity – May 1
58]Join a May Day Strike– May 1
59]Friday Free Food Distribution – May 1
60]Peace and justice vigil – May 1
61]Interview with Council
President Brandon Scott – May 1
City Cheers – May 1
63]Hear from Ben Sheehan with Rep. Jamie Raskin – May 1
64]5-year anniversary of the death of
Freddie Gray – May 1
Workers Assemblies-- May 1
for Animals – May 2
Revolution Maryland meeting-- May 2
Hungry 2020 Food Drive – May 2
69]“This is an
Uprising” -- May 2
– May 2
Nature DC – May 2
72] Two Berrigan Books
still in print
Demonstration against an attack on Venezuela or Iran
books, videos, DVDs and records
you need any book shelves?
76]Join the Global Zero
77]Peace Park Antinuclear Vigil
48] –Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) is working to
flip the Senate by supporting strong progressive challengers, and by keeping
great incumbents in office. Corporate Democrats oppose policies we need, like
the Green New Deal, Medicare for All, Climate Emergency Action, Clean
Elections, Dignity for Immigrants, Ending Corporate Rule, and Peace. Volunteer
to Help PDA Build a Massive Progressive Wave by emailing email@example.com.
51] –On Fri., May 1 from 10 AM to 10 PM, have An Impactful Annapolis
May Day, hosted by Ward One Residents Association.For May Day 2020, in coordination with the
Garden Club of Old Annapolis Towne, which has faithfully led May Day in
Annapolis for 65 years, residents of Ward One are encouraged to decorate their
doors and porches and chalk up their sidewalks to celebrate their favorite
downtown restaurant or small business, as well as thank the healthcare workers
that live among us.Place a tip-jar near
the sidewalk to collect tips from passersby, which you can donate directly to
the business you are highlighting.Donate non-perishable goods to the Anne Arundel County Food Bank. Place
them in a cardboard box outside your door and let the Ward One Residents
Association know to collect by sending your address to
AnnapolisMayDay@gmail.com. If you prefer, there will be large collection boxes
in Acton Landing Park, Lafayette Park, and Fleet Street Park.Share images of the day with
#MayDayAnnapolis2020. Check out https://www.facebook.com/events/250205019682567/.
52] –On Fri., May 1 from 11 AM to 1 PM, Workers
of the World Unite for a New Social Contract with No Excuses, hosted
by the AFL-CIO Global and AFL-CIO. The COVID crisis exposes
systemic injustices that the global labor movement has long fought to change —
informality in our economy, weak health care systems, lack of a social safety
net, structural racism, gender discrimination and inhumane and exploitative
migration regimes. This discussion will highlight issues that workers around
the world are facing right now, with particular attention to migrant workers.
Our speakers will provide examples of the work that unions are doing to ensure
that all workers, regardless of status, have protections amid the pandemic, and
we strategize about how to use the crisis as a catalyst to push for a new
social contract with no exclusions.Tune
in at https://www.facebook.com/events/722808838459041/.
54] – The Dorothy Day Catholic Worker will host a peace
vigil at the White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, WDC, on Fri., May 1 at noon.Contact
the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker: 202-882-9649 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
55] –On Fri., May 1 from noon to 12:45 PM,
Protecting Both Public Health and Civil Liberties is hosted by SNF Agora
Institute at Johns Hopkins University.A
live webcast is at coronavirus.jhu.edu/live. Protecting both public health and
civil liberties is always a balancing act—think of the ongoing and very heated
debate in the United States and elsewhere between gun control and the right to
bear arms. In the current pandemic crisis, how do we negotiate the tightrope
walk between putting extraordinary measures in place to save lives, while also
protecting individual freedoms? Watch coronavirus.jhu.edu/live.Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/566807537273089/.
56] – On
Fri., May 1 at 1 PM, join May Day - Swarm the Capitol!This is hosted by Shut Down DC-Climate
Strike in Washington, D.C. See www.shutdowndc.org.
This year, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we find ourselves
just ten years from plunging irreversibly into a catastrophic climate crisis
driven by fossil fuels that threatens our collective survival. It is clear that
bold direct action is as essential as ever. The COVID-19 pandemic has placed
the inequities in health care, wealth, housing, education, and much more on
full display. The politicians and lobbyists will continue to take advantage of
this pandemic to suppress the vote, funnel hundreds of billions of dollars to
their corporate cronies, and loosen already inadequate environmental
Swarm the Capitol and White House. Come by car, bike or on foot.
Wear masks and other appropriate personal protective equipment and keep each
other safe by practicing appropriate physical distancing. Bring signs, banners,
pots, pans and other noise makers.If
you’re coming by car, line up along Constitution Ave. facing East starting at
Constitution and 7th NW. Stay in your car but dial into the Zoom conference for
updates!If you’re coming by bicycle or
on foot meet in McPherson Square.The
Live Stream Begins at 12:30 PM.At 2:30
PM, bang pots and pans, honk your horns and make some noise! Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/601218447142825/.
of Americans have lost their jobs and food banks across the country are
experiencing unprecedented demand – in a country where an estimated one in nine
people – more than 37 million – already struggle with hunger. Physicians for
Human Rights (PHR) will host a conversation with medical experts on the roots
of food insecurity in the United States and how COVID-19 has worsened an
already dangerous situation for communities most at risk. Panelists will
discuss how social determinants of health contribute to food insecurity, the
shortage of supplies reaching starving communities, the broken system of equity
and distribution in U.S. food chain systems, and how the destruction of
livelihoods will shape policies responding to food insecurity going forward.
Join PHR for this conversation on Fri., May 1 at 1 PM EDT, the seventh webinar
in an ongoing series on COVID-19-related issues.
conversation will be moderated by founding member of PHR, past board chair, and
board member emeritus Dr. Robert S. Lawrence, who is the Center for a Livable
Future Professor Emeritus at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public
Health. He serves on the board of the Socially Responsible Agriculture Project.
The first featured panelist will be Dr. Hilary Seligman, a nationally
recognized expert in food insecurity and a professor at the University of
California San Francisco, with appointments in the departments of medicine and
of epidemiology and biostatistics. She directs the Food Policy, Health, and
Hunger Research Program at UCSF’s Center for Vulnerable Populations and the
CDC’s Nutrition and Obesity Policy, Research and Evaluation Network.The other speaker is Dr. Kofi Essel, also
nationally recognized in the area of food insecurity and an assistant professor
of pediatrics at the George Washington University School of Medicine &
Health Sciences, where he directs the Community/Urban Health Scholarly
Concentration and the Clinical Public Health Summit on Obesity.
Fri., May 1 from 4 to 6 PM, get with Friday Free Food Distribution
by A.I.R.S., 3701 Cottage Ave., Baltimore 21215-7727.This will continue each Friday through May
29.This is a partnership with the
Italian Cultural Center of Maryland and their Be a Chef for a Day program to
distribute free boxes of food every Friday. Come to Restoration Gardens 1. One
box will be given to a household. Go to https://www.facebook.com/events/225129895461807/?event_time_id=225129898795140.
is usually a silent peace and justice vigil on Fridays, from 5 to 6 PM,
sponsored by Homewood Friends Meeting, outside the Homewood Friends
Meetinghouse, 3107 N. Charles St. The next scheduled vigil is on May 1.
Black Lives Matter.
Fri., May 1 at 5 PM, the Baltimore Teachers Union will continue doing Mayoral
Candidate Interviews Live on Facebook. The next interview is with Council
President Brandon Scott. If you cannot attend, you will be able to watch the
recorded interviews at your convenience. If you'd like to submit a question in
advance for a candidate, email Corey Gaber at email@example.com. See
Fri., May 1 from 7 to 7:02 PM, participate in Charm City Cheers, hosted
by Councilwoman Shannon Sneed.May
Day, a day celebrated for the tribulations and triumphs of working people,
Baltimore City Council President and Members, led by Councilwoman Sneed, ask
that we applaud Baltimore's frontline workers.Utilizing social distancing protocols join your neighbors, co-workers,
and friends to thank those on the frontline who are working to keep us all safe
and sustained.Open your windows, step
outside, hoot, holler, honk horns, ring bells, and bang pots and pans.For two minutes, make some noise and unite Baltimore’s
neighborhoods in solidarity and celebration.Take a selfie between 7 and 7:02 PM and post to your social media with
#CharmCityCheers.Go to https://www.facebook.com/events/251346019345880/.
63] –On Fri., May 1 from7 to 8 PM, hear from Ben Sheehanwith Rep. Jamie Raskin, hosted
by Politics and Prose Bookstore. This event will be streamed online as
part of our P&P Live! Series.Sheehan’s mission to increase voter participation began in 2016, when,
as executive director of Save the Day, he used digital videos to help register
50,000 new voters. In 2018 he founded OMG WTF (Ohio, Michigan, Georgia,
Wisconsin, Texas, and Florida) to teach voters about executive races during the
midterm elections. That project generated Gerrymander Jewelry—a finalist for
Fast Company's World Changing Ideas 2019—and now this essential primer on how
our government was designed to work. Using clear commentary and graphics,
Sheehan has annotated the entire Constitution, from its preamble through the
amendments, explaining the document’s provisions, pointing out its loopholes,
and giving readers everything they need to become informed, effective voters.
64] – Join Marc Steiner and his colleagues at The Real News Network on
Fri., May 1 at 7 PM ET for a live online film premiere and interactive town
hall discussion commemorating the 5-year anniversary of the death of Freddie
Gray and the Baltimore Uprising.On
April 19, 2015, 25-year old Freddie Gray died while in police custody, after
sustaining injuries to his spinal cord during his arrest for allegedly
possessing a knife. After days of questioning and rising tensions around the
circumstances leading to his death, Baltimoreans took to the streets on April
25 of that year, resulting in what is now called the Baltimore Uprising.
"Freddie Gray: Five Years Later," explores the conditions leading to
Freddie Gray's death and the Baltimore Uprising, reflects upon where we are
now, and looks to the future with an eye on solutions.
documentary will be streamed on The Real News Network (TRNN) at https://therealnews.com/.It will be followed by a live chat and panel
65] –On Fri., May 1 at 8 PM ET, get with an
International Workers Day video conference. The topic is Building Workers Assemblies, and the event is
hosted by Workers World Party. The webinar will pose a
radical challenge: How can we build our own power through workers
assemblies?Commemorate the radical
history of International Workers Day, from the Haymarket Square bombing in 1886
to the Day Without Immigrants in 2006. Look at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kfrLfQEzT56BIXmMbdHLEg.
66] –On Sat., MAY 2 from 9:30 to 10 AM, get with Junior PAWS:
Animal Talk - Compassion for Animals, hosted by Animal Welfare League of
Alexandria. Tickets are at www.signupgenius.com.The Animal Welfare League of Alexandria is
excited to share its new virtual humane education program, Junior Pet Advocacy
and Wildlife Series (PAWS), with your family! Junior PAWS is a series of humane
education lessons ranging from crafts to careers. Lessons utilize Zoom and
Google Classroom to bring fun and learning directly to kids and their families
at home! Families who register will be emailed the Zoom meeting link and
password along with any digital resources needed for their lesson (such as
access to the Junior PAWS Google Classroom). Registration is required at
68] – On
Sat., May 2 from noon to 4 PM, get over to No One Hungry 2020 Food Drive &
Giveaway, hosted by Rising Sun Baptist Church,1901 N Regester St., Baltimore 21213. Because
of the COVID-19 crisis, thousands of Baltimoreans are out of work, low income,
and many are facing food insecurity. Rising Sun Baptist Church, NJahiem
Ministries (Jah'iem McNill) & Greater St. Johns FGBC along with 10+
organizations and churches will be conducting a #NoOneHungry2020 Food Drive
& Food Giveaway.EVERYONE MUST
follow CDC 6ft social distancing guidelines. Masks and gloves will be required.
All donations are accepted, especially cases of water, baby diapers and wipes,
bath products, and feminine hygiene items.Food giveaway will be handled by members of each partnering church or
organization. Deliveries start as early as 10 AM.If you'd like to donate, volunteer or have any
questions, please contact Minister N. Jahiem McNill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
69] – On Sat., MAY 2 from 2 to 3 PM, get with the Sunrise Movement DC
Hub Book Club.The book club will take
place each Saturday through May 23. The book club is reading “This is an
Uprising” by Mark and Paul Engler.Discuss Chapter 4. Check out the Book Club page on the website to get
the book and join #book-club channel in Slack! Look at https://www.facebook.com/events/2634683346788043/?event_time_id=2634683360121375.
70] --On Sat., MAY 2 from 3 to 4 PM, hear William
Drozdiak, hosted by Politics and Prose Bookstore. Tickets are at www.crowdcast.io. This event will be streamed
online as part of the Politics and Prose Live! Series.
Since being elected president of France in 2017, Emmanuel Macron
has emerged as both an unexpected domestic radical and a strong voice for
Europe. In this detailed profile, Drozdiak, former senior editor and foreign
correspondent for The Washington Post and now a nonresident senior fellow at
Brookings’s Center on the United States and Europe, draws on several one-on-one
interviews with Macron to chart the one-time Socialist from his founding of the
centrist En Marche party in 2016 through a wide range of challenges including
Trump's attacks on NATO, Merkel's step away from public life, Italy's government
of nihilists and satirists, the Gilets Jaunes protesters, the resurgence of
anti-Semitism, and the endless turmoil of Brexit. You are asked to contribute
what you can to support Politics and Prose Bookstore and the virtual event
series. The other way you can show support is always by purchasing a copy of
the book from the website: https://www.politics-prose.com/book/9781541742567.
Join the Live Event at https://www.crowdcast.io/e/william-drozdiak-europe/register.Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/2720361381402560/.
71] – On
Sat., MAY 2 from 6 to 8 PM, check out Our Stories - Our Lineages - Our
Directions, hosted by Decriminalize Nature DC and Catharsis on
the Mall. Join the Campaign to Decriminalize Nature DC for a livestream
presentation hosted in conjunction with Catharsis on the Mall’s virtual event,
"A Temporal Haven." RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/3048137798541330/.
With the intent to create an agreeably shared vision of haven, the
Decriminalize Nature DC presents three consecutive segments of programming
addressing our Campaign's stories, lineages, and directions.
72 –Two books by Fred Wilcox are still in
print. The first one is “Fighting the Lamb's War Skirmishes with the
American Empire” by Philip Berrigan and Fred A. Wilcox with a FOREWORD
by Tripp York. It can be purchased by Wipf and Stock: https://wipfandstock.com/fighting-the-lamb-s-war.html.
It is a Memoir in paperback/ISBN: 9781532660078/240 pages/republished
8/21/2018/ Retail Price: $26.00/and Web Price: $20.80.
The second one is “Uncommon Martyrs The
Berrigans, the Catholic Left, and the Plowshares Movement” by Fred Wilcox,
who profiles members of this anti-war movement, whose Christianity compels them
to acts of civil disobedience against the military industrial complex.
The ISBN is 0201522314/$6.50 for a hardcover, and it can be purchased at
Powell's Books. See https://www.spiritualityandpractice.com/book-reviews/view/7094/uncommon-martyrs.
Trump Administration is again beating the war drums. Most recently, the
target is Iran. Should the Trump administration initiate an act of war
against Iran, consider joining us. It is a violation of U.S. law for the Trump
Administration to attack a country that has not attacked us, as only Congress
can declare war. The Trump administration is nevertheless beating the war drums
for war against Iran and Venezuela. Should a war criminal, John Bolton, convince
Trump to attack either of these countries, such a military strike would demand
an immediate and unequivocal response from us to show that we will not tolerate
his abuse of power.
Let's mobilize to show
that we the people will not tolerate another military
adventure, which would be bound to have profound negative consequences. If
a military strike against Iran or Venezuela takes place, then meet at 33rd and N. Charles St., Baltimore 21218. If the attack
is before 2 PM local time, then the event will begin at 5 PM, local
time. If the attack occurs after 5 PM local time, then the event
will begin at 5 PM, local time, the following day. Contact Max at
410-323-1607 or mobuszewski2001 at Comcast dot net.
74] --If you would like to get rid of books,
videos, DVDs, records, tarps and table cloths, contact Max at 410-323-1607 or
mobuszewski2001 at comcast.net.
75] --Can you use any book shelves? Contact Max
at 410-323-1607 or mobuszewski2001 at comcast.net.
76] --Join an extraordinary global campaign for
the elimination of nuclear weapons: http://www.globalzero.org/sign-declaration.
A growing group of leaders around the world is calling for the elimination of
nuclear weapons and a majority of the global public agrees. This is an
historic window of opportunity. With momentum already building in favor
of Zero, a major show of support from people around the world could tip the
balance. When it comes to nuclear weapons, one is one too many.
77] –A Peace Park Antinuclear Vigil takes place every day in Lafayette
Park, 1601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, 24 hours a day, since June 3, 1981. Go to
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] comcast.net. Go to http://baltimorenonviolencecenter.blogspot.com/.
“One is called to live nonviolently, even
if the change one works for seems impossible. It may or may not be possible to
turn the US around through nonviolent revolution. But one thing favors such an
attempt: the total inability of violence to change anything for the
better" - Daniel Berrigan
28]Healthcare Emergency online town hall / webinar – April 29
29]Interview mayoral candidates – April 29 - 30
30]Repair the earth – April 29
31]Sustainable Future– April 29
32]Warheads to Windmills -- April 29
33]Reimagining an Equitable Baltimore – April 29
34]Zoom call with Congressional Progressive Caucus Center – April 29
35]Colonialism & Contamination – April 29
36]Joint Platform Team Call – April 29
37]Protect Nurses, Patients, and the Public
Health.– April 29
and Equity Act– April 30
39]Food donations needed -- April 30
40]Physicians for Social Responsibility Member Web Conference – April 30
Rescue – April 30
42]VIRTUAL ORGANIZING WITH PROGRESSIVE MARYLAND – April 30
43]Dangers associated with nuclear power plants –
Conversations -- April 30
45]Poor Peoples Campaign meeting – April
46]Secure Our Vote – April 30
47]Our Revolution is
holding its monthly membership call – April 30
–Progressive Maryland is supporting mutual
aid efforts for folks who need it, and are fighting even harder for a more just
society and a better democracy. Join the campaign as a volunteer at this this
link to get involved: https://outreachcircle.com/TMF525.
– On Wed., April 29 from
10 to 11 AM, hear about Covid-19 & Human Rights in Latin America with
Michelle Bachelet, hosted by Inter-American Dialogue. Tickets can be had at www.thedialogue.org. RSVP to receive dial-in information: https://www.thedialogue.org/events/online-event-covid-19-and-human-rights-in-latin-america-a-conversation-with-michelle-bachelet/.
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has called the
Covid-19 crisis a “colossal test of leadership.” Since the pandemic emerged,
Bachelet has advocated forcefully for a human rights-based response, calling
for universal access to health care, global solidarity, and efforts to mitigate
the impact on women and vulnerable groups such as migrants, prisoners, and the
poor. Bachelet has warned of the threat to civil liberties posed by governments
that use the Covid-19 emergency as cover to concentrate power or introduce repressive
policies. She has cautioned that gender gaps and inequalities worsen when the
effects of such crises on women and vulnerable populations are not considered.
As a two-time former president of Chile, former head of UN Women, former health
minister and practicing physician, High Commissioner Bachelet is uniquely
attuned to how Covid-19 is impacting human rights in Latin America.
April 29 from noon to 1 PM, join in on Wednesdays at Baltimore Free Farm, 3510
Ash St., Baltimore 21211, hosted by Food Rescue Baltimore. Bring a bag, bring a
friend, and take delicious, nutritious, free rescued food. Look at https://www.facebook.com/events/745646795923837/?event_time_id=745646815923835.
27] –World BEYOND War is excited to be partnering with CODEPINK
on a 5-week divestment webinar series, continuing until May 19!On
Wed., April 29 at 4 PM ET, the second segment will be Creating a Divest
Research Team. What about strategic campaign planning,
power-mapping, and base building, as well as how to do the research to get the
facts to back up your divestment campaign. It will feature Cody Urban & Kelsey
Zazanis of CODEPINK, along with Susi Snyder of Don't Bank on the Bomb, the only
global report on the private financing of the nuclear weapons industry.
–Progressive Democrats of America
invites you to join a Healthcare Emergency online town hall / webinar on
Wed., April 29 from 4 to 5 PM ET. Dr. Bill Honigman and guest
speakers will address your concerns and answer your questions about the Novel
Coronavirus pandemic. Contact Mike Fox to RSVP to join Wednesday’s
Emergency Healthcare Webinar at MikeFox@PDAmerica.org.
You must RSVP. The access codes, phone numbers, etc. have changed.
–On Wed., April 29 at 5 PM, the Baltimore Teachers
Union will continue doing Mayoral Candidate Interviews Live on Facebook. The
next interview is with Sheila Dixon; and on Thurs., April 30 at 5 PM with Thiru
Vignarajah. If you cannot make one of these times don't worry, you will be able
to watch the recorded interviews at your convenience. If you'd like to submit a
question in advance for a candidate, email Corey Gaber at email@example.com. See
– On Wed., April 29 from 5
to 6:30 PM, hear about Practical Work to Repair the Earth: Earth Day 50th
Anniversary, hosted by Beth Am Synagogue. The Beth Am Environmental Team
is proud to present a panel discussion on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day.
The panel is composed of a talented group of five Beth Am members who are
active in improving the environment and reducing climate change through their
work and volunteer efforts. Join the discussion on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85314099988. Look at https://www.facebook.com/events/256505972211968/.
April 29 from 6 to 7 PM, tune in to Sustainable Future: Community Solar Webinar,
hosted by Blue Water Baltimore. What do you know about solar energy? Join
Blue Water Baltimore and Neighborhood Sun for a webinar on building a
sustainable future through community solar projects! Neighborhood Sun is
bringing community solar to any BGE resident, helping them get clean energy and
save at least 10% every month on electricity!
Make the switch for a great cause: Blue Water Baltimore will
receive a donation for each subscriber that comes through their page, helping
to forward their missions and create a more sustainable Maryland. To sign up
for community solar, visit neighborhoodsun.solar/bwb. See https://www.facebook.com/events/226139851990175/.
–Join Massachusetts Peace Action and the Center
for Nonviolent Solutions for an evening of practical hope: Warheads to Windmills:The
Nuclear Ban Treaty and the Green New Deal on Wed., April 29 at 7 PM EDT. WARHEADS
TO WINDMILLS an exciting new initiative detailing how we can pay for a Green
New Deal. Timmon Wallis, founder of NuclearBan.US identifies the three major
crises threatening the planet today – the climate emergency, expanding nuclear
arsenals, and extreme inequity – and proposes one solution: redirect funds and
technology for nukes to the development of green energy and green jobs. Also
speaking will be U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern. Register in advance for this
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information
about joining the webinar.
33] –On Wed.,
April 29 from 6:30 to 9:30 PM, check out Divided by Design - Reimagining an
Equitable Baltimore, hosted by Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse and Black
Yield Institute. Baltimore has a long history of grassroots organizing as well
as hyper-segregation and police violence. Legal scholar Garrett Power has
referred to the racialized geography of Baltimore as an “apartheid city”
referencing the kinds of segregation and racism found in South Africa.
Baltimore’s hyper-segregated neighborhoods that are over policed and
underserved provide the root causes of a divided city with an expanding murder
rate, health disparities, and civil unrest.RSVP NOW TO JOIN THE ONLINE BROADCAST: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3UVjtHpqQXSzJFN8UAAO6Q.
35] -On Wed., April 29 at 7 PM ET, get with a Webinar: Colonialism &
Contamination: Mapping U.S. Military Injustices on the Chamorro People of Guam.
Join World BEYOND War for a webinar, as part of the “Close Bases” campaign.
Hear speakers Dr. Sasha Davis & Leilani Rania Ganser to talk about the
negative impact of U.S. military bases in Guam. Explore how the military
presence threatens the indigenous Chamorro culture and people, as well as the
environmental impacts of the weapons stored on the bases. RSVP to Greta, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patients, and the Public Health.Join
The Online Town Hall With Progressive Hero Kara Eastman at 9 PM ET on Wed.,
April 29. Email Mike Fox to RSVP and to Get Log in Info: email@example.com.
Thurs., April 30 from 11 AM to noon, get over to an Informational Hearing -
Water Accountability and Equity Act, hosted by Council President Brandon
M. Scott. The Taxation, Finance and Economic Development Committee will host a
virtual Informational Hearing to discuss Implementing the Water Accountability
and Equity Act for the purpose of inviting representatives from the Department
of Finance and the Department of Public Works to provide the City Council with
an update on the Administration’s progress implementing the Water
Accountability and Equity Act. Watch the meeting online at
charmtvbaltimore.com/watch-live or on CharmTV (Channel 25/1085HD). Call in to listen live at +1-408-418-9388, Access
code: 715 775 314. Check out https://www.facebook.com/events/243023803726692/.
Thurs., April 30 from 5 to 7 PM, there is another ACTC Food Donation Drop Off
by the Valley Baptist Church Valley Baptist Church, 1401 York Rd,
Lutherville 21093. Check out www.valleybaptistchurch.org. During this
time of national emergency, serve the community in a meaningful way. The
Assistance Center of Towson Churches is involved in meeting the most severe
need in the area--feeding our neighbors. Valley would like to contribute to
this effort, so it is to be a food collection drop off site on Thursdays
through June 4.
Food donations should include non-perishable, non-expired items in
sealed packages. Beside food items, toiletries (deodorant, lotions, soap,
shampoo, toothpaste, diapers, feminine hygiene products, etc.) will be
accepted. Check out https://www.facebook.com/events/670185337112322/?event_time_id=670185340445655.
–PARTICIPATE IN VIRTUAL ORGANIZING WITH PROGRESSIVE
MARYLAND on Thurs., April 30 from 5:30 to 7 PM.Dive into the impact of COVID on the Maryland elections. Learn about the
updated elections timeline and vote-by-mail process, as well as how to do important
outreach to support fellow Marylanders in submitting their ballots. Meet
some of the progressive candidates PM has endorsed! Click here to RSVP. https://secure.everyaction.com/ymmJ1QJAoEqeDX3oTY5wGg2.
43] –Although technologies exist to support a full
transition to clean, renewable energy, big energy companies are still peddling
false solutions like nuclear energy expansion as a way to tackle climate
change. Just this year, for instance, Governor Hogan introduced a bill (that
ultimately failed) that would have made nuclear energy a large component of his
climate plan. Join policy experts to talk about the nuclear energy industry's
current playbook and their false promises about it being clean and renewable.
On Thurs., April 30from 6 to 7 PM, RSVP for a webinar, which willcover how the nuclear industry has used a new
term, "carbon zero," to redirect conversations away from the dangers
associated with nuclear power plants: https://secure.foodandwateraction.org/act/va-webinar2-nuclear?j=531292&sfmc_sub=5823356&l=35&mid=100001791&utm_source=MarketingCloud&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=FWA_Climate_Renewables_MD_Invite+to+Webinar+2+Nuclear+(FWA%2c+no+GL)_JA0420&ms=onor-em-04272020-FWA_Climate_Renewables_MD_Invite+to+Webinar+2+Nuclear+(FWA%2c+no+GL)_JA0420&oms=onor-em-04272020-FWA_Climate_Renewables_MD_Invite+to+Webinar+2+Nuclear+(FWA%2c+no+GL)_JA0420&eml_name=FWA_Climate_Renewables_MD_Invite+to+Webinar+2+Nuclear+(FWA%2c+no+GL)_JA0420&eml_id=531292&gs=GxlJbkxjcq%2B8UZOd9mKlA%2FrUqmVv9Bhub1uCcnoOsk%2FAQ6T%2FAXyET%2BMg3cRAarznEzHCt2OjmsdtrlSDEDixGGAEUZALOZueWujWnmqqAL6EdUG%2FrkG9nV1e1aPSVG%2Br&af=RA1%2BJp3N228aRV69knhQi6HdXOURCg1a8LjFy%2FqVNQ3Po1gpJ2TWtaez2njMlOuEAnWCHkgEsbpWshTz9SyXZHZ4ZBqwHCVVpKJ%2BZXlAWLZyR%2BzfO2QzqSyd2JPeL%2BzCwsk6jgcMJb7Pj3wbBih8ImqkfiHWDev%2BgezUDN3cgbh1mDCeaXiPKbkB9fKqQpGU.The next webinar will be on Thurs. May 7 at 6
PM -- Maryland's Electricity Grid and How New FERC Federal Rules Could Impact
–Our Revolution is holding its monthly membership call
on Thurs., April 30 from 8:30 to 10 PM EDT. Discuss the importance of the task
ahead and what’s next for the political revolution! RSVP at
"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