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Wednesday, December 30, 2020
Baltimore Activist Alert -- December 31, 2020 -- January 15, 2020
36]Get out the vote in Georgia
37]Check out peace seeker– Dec. 31 – Jan. 15
38]Phone bank training -- Dec. 31
39]Candlelight Peace Vigil --
40]New Year’s Eve
celebration – Dec. 31
36] – Progressive
Democrats of America [email@example.com] made a siren call Mitch McConnell
must be Defeated: On to Victory in Georgia.This special election is an Unprecedented Opportunity in Georgia to
Demote the Worst Senator of the 21st Century. Help PDA deliver victory in
Georgia by volunteering with PDA's Georgia GOTV project. Volunteer for the
Georgia GOTV by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
–On Thurs., Dec. 31 from 10
AM to 3 PM EST, check out peace seeker, an
installation by Katie Addada Shlon at the Arcadia-Beverly Hills Historic District. It will continue Fri., Jan. 1, Sat. Jan. 2,
Thurs., Jan. 7, Fri., Jan. 8, Sat., Jan. 9, Thurs., Jan. 14 and Fri., Jan. 15. Get tickets at
calendly.com/theshedbaltimore/peace-seeker. This is hosted by The Shed. Through their latest installation, Katie
Addada Shlon asks visitors to consider how use changes what is possible. Presenting
object/instruments that have been made from second hand materials, Shlon
encourages visitors to touch the sculptures gently while listening for harmony
in the sounds made by the interactions. They explain, “Things may fall or break
with the gentlest touch, but even that will make a sound worth listening to!
People should be advised that there are sharp edges on broken ceramics and
metal strings… hopefully no one gets hurt!” Despite the fragility and potential
risk present in the works, the experience of this installation is conducive to
a meditative state.
"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