Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Baltimore Activist Alert -- March 31 -- April 2, 2021

45] Today is the International Transgender Day of Visibility – March 31

46] COVID Community Partnership Town Hall – March 31

47] Baltimore Action Team Meeting – March 31

48] John Lewis Mobilization Town Hall – March 31

49] I Saw a Bird – March 31

50] For the People Act March 31

51] Join a pipeline action in DC April 1

52] Check out Korea and Sino-U.S. Relations. April 1

53] Food Rescue at the Dovecote CaféApril 1

54] Eyes on ICE Forum April 1

55] Food Rescue Giveaway – April 1

56] Urge Rep. Kweisi Mfume to support Improved Medicare for All. – April 1

57] A World on the Wing – April 1

58] National Activist Call – April 1

59] Boycott Georgia April 1


45] – Today is the International Transgender Day of Visibility — a day dedicated to celebrating transgender and gender-nonconforming people while shining a light on the urgent and necessary work that remains to achieve trans justice.

46] – JoinTheFight [] is holding a town hall on Wed., March 31 from 7 to 8 PM ET. Join in the first MedStar COVID Community Partnership Town Hall to share study updates, discuss the vaccine rollout in our community, and allow time for Q&A with the principal investigators, Dr. William Weintraub and Dr. Kristen Miller.  RSVP at You may still submit questions for the investigators here:

47] – There is a Jews United for Justice Baltimore Action Team Meeting on Wed., March 31 from 7 to 8 PM ET. Discuss the ongoing issue campaign work. Share updates for all the local campaigns, as well as the Maryland statewide campaigns that need local attention, and brainstorm on how to move the work forward. Everyone is welcome, whether you are a regular attendee or new to the work!  You will receive call-in instructions via email after you RSVP at Email

48] – Join activists from Indivisible on Wed., March 31 from 7 to 8 PM ET for the John Lewis Mobilization Town Hall. This town hall is for activists and local organizations to learn more about the May 8th John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Day of Action mobilization. Sign up at

49] –The National Audubon Society []  invited you to this month’s episode of I Saw a Bird on Wed., March 31 at 7 PM ET on Zoom and Facebook Live.   Spring is in the air and that means millions of birds are beginning their epic migratory journeys to nest and raise their young in the north. Founder of, Charlie Annenberg Weingarten, will kick things off with a look at their Sandhill Crane cam which lets viewers watch one of the most spectacular migrations in North America from the comfort of home. Then, talk about baby owls with Center Director, Katie Warner, and Education Manager, Laura VonMutius from the Center of Birds of Prey in Audubon Florida. Followed by a conversation with Audubon’s Senior Network Content Editor, Martha Harbison, and Avian Ecologist Joanna Wu, both members of The Galbatross Project, a team that got its start competing in the World Series of Birding by only counting female birds, and now spreads awareness about female birds to other birders. And finally, actor and writer Elena Passarello will join in to talk about the world’s oldest known wild bird, Wisdom, a Laysan Albatross who at 70-years-old hatched a new chick last month. RSVP at

50] For the People Act [] invites you to attend a Webinar with Sen. Jeff Merkley talking about the For the People Act (H.R. 1/S. 1) -- a groundbreaking bill to make our government work for everyone.  This groundbreaking bill for free and fair elections has already passed the House, and to pass this bill through the Senate filibuster, which will only happen if thousands of speak up to demand it.

The For the People Act is a voting rights, campaign finance, redistricting reform, and ethics bill to level the playing field in our democracy. It was introduced as the top priority of the new Congress -- H.R. 1/S.1 -- because everything else depends on our democracy working for all of us. Join in on Wed., March 31 at 8 PM ET, by doing a RSVP at Common Cause is hosting the event.

51] – Climate Hawks Vote [] wants you to join a pipeline action in DC on Thurs., April 1 at 11 AM ET -- From DAPL to Line 3. It’s time to shut down the Line 3 and Dakota Access Pipelines once and for all.  Join frontline Indigenous youth and organizers from the Dakota Access and Line 3 pipeline fights at the Army Corps of Engineers office, 441 G Street NW, W DC 20314. Demand that President Biden “Build Back Fossil Free” by stopping these climate-destroying projects. Call all water protectors, land defenders, climate hawks, and friends to join and show President Biden that his administration must listen to frontline and Indigenous voices and live up to his own climate change promises by shutting down these pipeline projects. RSVP at

   Five years ago on April 1, the Sacred Stone Camp was founded and history was made as thousands of people descended to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). On this important anniversary, we’re bringing the frontline, Indigenous pipeline resistance to Washington DC to demand that President Biden revoke the Army Corps permits for Line 3 and shut down DAPL.

52] – On Thurs., April 1 at 1 PM ET, check out Korea and Sino-U.S. Relations. Stimson Center senior fellow and China Program director Yun Sun and Asia Society Arthur Ross director of the Center for US-China Relations Orville Schell join senior director Stephen Noerper to discuss where Korea sits relative to China and US priorities. They explore China policy in the new US administration, alliances and expectations, and prospects for improvements or further deterioration in Sino-US ties. This program is made possible thanks to the support of the Korea Foundation. Go to

53] – Thursdays in Reservoir Hill at the Dovecote Café, 2501 Madison Ave., will continue through May 27 from 4 to 5 PM.  This event is supervised by Food Rescue Baltimore.  Bring a bag, bring a friend, and take delicious, nutritious, free rescued food. See

54] – Families Belong Together [] is inviting you to an Eyes on ICE Forum on Thurs, April 1 from 6 to 7:30 PM ET.  Hear directly from community members who've been deported due to policies like Title 42, and how you can support a more humane immigration system.  We can all agree that children belong in schools, on playgrounds, and in the company of their loved ones--not in cages, or detention facilities, or alone at the border separated from their families. 

Also hear the dedicated organizers, public health experts, and lawyers who are determined to help welcome them with dignity. REGISTER at Title 42 was one of many executive actions made by the Trump administration to kick out and keep out refugees and immigrants--and it's still being used today to put children in harm's way. Disguised as a public health measure at the start of the pandemic, Title 42 had one goal and one goal only: to harm immigrant families. 

55] – On Thurs., April 1 from 6 to 8 PM ET, check out the Food Rescue Giveaway! Thursday Evenings at Old Major, 900 S. Carey St., Baltimore, will continue through April 29. Go to This is a long-awaited evening Rescue, and Rescue in Southwest Baltimore, all in one! Get prepacked boxes from the carryout window on the Herkimer Street side of the building. Use the window bell or call 443-873-7363. And please, masks must be worn at the window. 

56] – Progressive Maryland [] is asking you to join a phone bank on Thurs., April 1 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM ET to urge Rep. Kweisi Mfume to support Improved Medicare for All. Healthcare is a human right. Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin (D) said in 2019, “In the richest country in the history of our species at its richest moment, not to advance forward to adopt a Medicare for all system is to deny, I think, the common humanity of our fellow citizens.”  The COVID-19 pandemic has shown all Americans the dire need for a universal health care system.

  Medicare for All was recently reintroduced in the House of Representatives by Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal. The Medicare for All bill is currently co-sponsored by many Democrats in the House, including Maryland Representatives Sarbanes, Raskin, and Brown.  Kweisi Mfume, the member of Congress representing large parts of Baltimore, has not yet signed on as a co-sponsor of the bill. Rep. Mfume needs to follow in the footsteps of the late Elijah Cummings, the previous holder of his congressional seat, and join the majority of the Democrats in the U.S House by supporting Medicare for All!  This is why people will be calling voters in Rep. Mfume’s district to ask them to call his office and ask the Congressperson to support Medicare for All. Sign up at

57] – Get over to A World on the Wing: A Talk with Author Scott Weidensaul on Thurs., April 1 at 7 PM by Zoom.  The cost is $7.  In the past two decades, our understanding of the navigational and physiological feats that enable birds to cross immense oceans, fly above the highest mountains, or remain in unbroken flight for months at a stretch has exploded. What we’ve learned of these key migrations―how billions of birds circumnavigate the globe, flying tens of thousands of miles between hemispheres on an annual basis―is nothing short of extraordinary.

A World on the Wing, the newest book from acclaimed nature writer Scott Weidensaul, is at once a celebration of global bird migration, an exploration of our rapidly evolving understanding of the science that underpins it, and a cautionary tale of the challenges humans have placed in the way of migrating birds. It conveys both the wonder of bird migration and its global sweep, from the mudflats of the Yellow Sea in China to the wilderness of central Alaska, the remote mountains of northeastern India to the dusty hills of southern Cyprus. Sign up at

58] – The Indivisible Team [] wants you to RSVP for the upcoming April National Activist Call on Thurs., April 1 at 8 PM ET. Find out what you can do to kick-off this spring Recovery Recess! Learn more about March recess and other upcoming Indivisible programs.  Sign up at

59] – Join a Voter Suppression Protest, make the Georgia Boycott National!!!!  On Friday, April 2, 2021, everyone is asked not to purchase or support certain businesses as a means to make their voices heard over the recent voter suppression law signed into legislation by Georgia's Governor, Brian Kemp.  By signing the legislation, Gov. Kemp has severely limited where and how hundreds of thousands of voters - primarily affecting African American voters - will make their voices heard beginning with the next election in 2022.

  The Georgia Boycott on Friday, April 2nd, will include the following: All plays, theaters & movies; and all National & International Companies Headquartered in the State of Georgia, as of the signing date of Governor Kemp's Suppression Law.

   Do not TRAVEL through Georgia, or go to gas stations [buy gasoline on Thursday, April 1] or purchase airline tickets in or out of Hartsfield Airport in Atlanta, Georgia.  Avoid Home Depot, ACE Hardware, Chick-fil-A, Coca Cola and its products and the Georgia Lottery.  It is important that everyone stay strong UNTIL these new Suppression Laws are Repealed and Replaced.

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


Baltimore Activist Alert -- March 31, 2021

36] An electric car rally – March 31

37] End Medical Apartheid – March 31

38] Asking the Hard Questions – March 31

39] Coffee and a Column – March 31

40] Expand Global Supplies of COVID-19 Vaccines March 31

41] The Iran Nuclear Deal or No Deal -- March 31

42] Avoid mass extinction and climate catastrophe March 31

43] Fracking and Covid-19 -- March 31

44] Quaker Changemaker Event -- March 31


36] – The CCAN Action Fund [] is organizing on Wed., March 31 at 11 AM an electric car rally in support of Climate Solutions Now!  CCAN needs at least 20 electric cars on the street!  This will be a socially-distanced rally — you won't even have to leave your car. Hear from an amazing array of speakers, including non-profit leaders and potentially some local politicians. See

37] – Emily Kaplan [] is inviting you to participate on Wed., March 31 at noon ET in an End Medical Apartheid event. There has been an uptick in members of Congress who are finally speaking out against the Israeli government’s failure to provide vaccines to Palestinians living under occupation. After months of grassroots pressure, including a coordinated campaign by the Invest in Justice coalition (of which JVP Action is a proud partner!), three separate letters were sent to Secretary of State Antony Blinken demanding the U.S. increase pressure on the Israeli government to fulfill its obligations under international law. The folks leading the charge? Representatives Rashida Tlaib and Mark Pocan (both JVP Action endorsees!), Andre Carson, and Senator Bernie Sanders. Since these letters were sent, the U.S. has announced $15 million in humanitarian assistance to Palestinians for COVID-19 response. While this is a welcome first step to supporting Palestinians during the pandemic as well as undoing the harm of the Trump administration, that’s all it is: a first step. Sending aid without also demanding accountability and change from the Israeli government will not solve the problem. Join the conversation and call to action.  Visit   Hear from Dr. Ghassan Abu Sitta, Dr. Sahar AlSulibe, Manal Shqair, Farah Kader, and Ahmad Abuznaid by registering at

38] – On Wed., March 31 at 12:30 PM ET, hear Osama Elewat from Combatants for Peace and Parents Circle spokeswoman, Robi Domelin, examine the hard questions and sensitivities that go into putting together the Joint Memorial Day Ceremony. They will discuss the challenges that arise from both the political right and political left - and address the concerns of those who challenge the legitimacy of this event. Time will be reserved for discussion, so you’ll have the chance to ask your questions as well. Join the WEBINAR: Asking the Hard Questions at

39] – Jim Zogby (@jjz1600) [] wants you to join him on Wed., March 31 from 2 to 2:30 PM ET for Coffee and a Column. Zogby will be joined by Jerusalem-based author, Nathan Thrall. They will discuss Thrall’s recent article in the New York Review of Books, "A Day in the Life of Abed Salama," about how a Palestinian father's tragedy was compounded by the daily indignities and obstacles of the occupation.  They will also discuss Zogby’s column, "How Can We Be Silent?" He wrote about how the US rightly objects to terrorist groups in other countries' governments, but so far, has done nothing in light of the election of Kahanists in Israel.  After you register, you will automatically get the dial-in information for the call:

40] – Ryan Harvey [] wants you to know about an Emergency Briefing to Expand Global Supplies of COVID-19 Vaccines on Wed., March 31  at 2 PM ET. Pressure is increasing on the Biden administration to support an emergency waiver at the World Trade Organization (WTO) that's needed to ramp up production of COVID-19 vaccines and treatments worldwide. RSVP at

41] – Peace Action is sponsoring an expert panel to discuss The Iran Nuclear Deal or No Deal on Wed., March 31 at 2:30 PM ET featuring Senator Chris Murphy, and other key international relations and nonproliferation experts. RSVP at The expert panel includes Peter Beinart, Professor of Journalism and Political Science at the City University of New York; Kelsey Davenport, Director of Nonproliferation Policy at Arms Control Association; and Trita Parsi, Executive Vice President of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft.

42] – In order to avoid mass extinction and climate catastrophe, scientists say we need to safeguard at least 30 percent of America’s land by 2030. The Sierra Club is working with partners to secure an additional 500 million acres in the narrow window of time we have left! 

The Sierra Club [] is hosting a forum on Wed., March 31 at 3 PM ET with Representative Raul Grijalva and the Hispanic Access Foundation. Discuss the new era of equity-centered conservation. Register at

43] Is there a connection between fracking air pollution and Covid-19?  Are there possible links? Find out on Wed., March 31 from 4 to 5 PM ET.  This event is sponsored by PSR and the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, a webinar that examines the possible links between air pollution from oil and gas operations and greater susceptibility to Covid-19.  The webinar presents highlights of recent reports on this topic by both ANHE and PSR. Go to

44] – Alicia McBride, FCNL [] informs us that on Wed., March 31 at 6:30 PM ET there is a Quaker Changemaker Event.  Effective Quaker advocacy is about opening hearts as much as changing minds. Register for a powerful intergenerational conversation with Friends Mary Lou Hatcher and Bobby Trice. They will carry their unique experiences and stories with them when they lobby. Register at  The event is “Bringing Ourselves into Lobbying,” and effective Quaker advocacy is about opening hearts as much as changing minds.

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

Monday, March 29, 2021

Baltimore Activist Alert -- March 29 - 30, 2021

22] Building the Labor Movement from the South -- March 29

23] Progressive Except for Palestine – March 29

24] Day of Action for Haiti!   National Organize to Win Call – March 29

25] Our Revolution organizing meeting – March 29

26] Get Money Out – Maryland – March 29

27] Care Corner Food Pantry -- March 30

28] Celebrating the Rise in Black Women Political Leadership – March 30

29] See virtual film screenings and debate-- March 30

30] Protest JHU’s weapons research – March 30

31] Animal Bereavement Support Group – March 30

32] Advocates for nuclear abolition -- March 30

33] Recovery Recess Mass Call – March 30

34] Friends Committee on National Legislation training -- March 30

35] Global Vaccine Equity vs. Medical Apartheid -- March 30


22] – Rev. Dr. William Barber and Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis [] are reminding you about Moral Monday: Building the Labor Movement from the South.  Monday, March 29 is the voting deadline for the Bessemer 6000, the Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama engaged in a historic labor struggle.   Join the Poor Peoples Campaign on Moral Monday at 3 PM ET for a recap of that struggle and a conversation with Dr. Robin DG Kelley, one of the nation’s leading public intellectuals; a historian, professor, activist and author who has dedicated his life to studying and supporting freedom movements across the nation, and especially in the South. RSVP

23] – Mass. Peace Action [] is hosting a book talk about Progressive Except for Palestine with Mitchell Plitnick on Mon., March 29 7 to 9  PM ET.  Being progressive, except for the issue of Palestinian rights, is a phenomenon within the progressive community. Among liberals, Democrats, progressives, and others, it is not uncommon for many to take progressive positions on climate change, health care, taxation, criminal justice reform, and more, while being unwilling to challenge the US support of the Israeli occupation of Palestinians. Join this important discussion at

24] – CODEPINK [] wants you to participate on Mon., March 29 at 8 PM ET in the International Day of Action for Haiti!   ‌Register at  ‌ ‌Take to the streets during the day and enjoy an exhibit and concert in the evening. Demand that the U.S. and the Organization of American States (OAS) end their interference in Haiti. Monday, March 29, marks the 34th anniversary of Haiti’s constitution. The constitution is being violated by former Haitian president Jovenel Moïse’s attempts to stay in power, fully backed by the U.S., OAS and CORE Group. Demand that Moïse step down. Moïse is being backed by the U.S. for at least three reasons: his government prioritizes the welfare of transnational corporations over that of Haitian citizens; Haiti has natural resources that U.S. corporations want; and his government supports U.S. plans for regime change in Venezuela (and by extension, in Cuba and Nicaragua).

25] –Our Revolution [] has an organizing meeting on Mon., March 29 from 8:30 to 9:30 PM ET, and the special call is to End Fossil Fuel Subsidies. Hear from Rep. Ko Khanna and Bill McKibben and others. Support the passing of S.R. 1 - For the People Act to defend our democracy. The filibuster undermines democracy: The 50 Democratic senators represent 40 million more Americans than the 50 Republican senators. Less than one-third of the country is blocking the agenda supported by over two-thirds of the country.” RSVP at Join the call at  The Facebook Event link is at

26] – There is a Get Money Out - Maryland BOARD MEETING on Mon., March 29 at 7:30 PM.  There is two ways to join the conference: 1) dial 1 301 715 8592 with a meeting ID: 931 3066 2622. The password is 173976 and 2} click on your device if you have downloaded the app from Zoom.  This is a GMOM Board strategy session. Observers are welcome. Visit

27] – On Tues., March 30 from 9:30 to 11:30 AM ET, get over to the Care Corner Food Pantry at the Pasadena United Methodist Church, 61 Ritchie Highway, Pasadena. This will continue each Tuesday through June 29.  Food bags are available for individuals and families in need. Food bags are first-come, first-served each week.  Volunteers are needed each week to help distribute the food. Sign up here: All COVID safety measures are followed, including outdoor distribution, mask-wearing and social distancing. 

28] – Get involved with the Sojourner Truth Legacy Project Virtual Program: Celebrating the Rise in Black Women Political Leadership on Tues., March 30 from 11 AM to noon. Register at

29] – Here is an Invitation to film screenings and a round table taking place on Tues., March 30 at 1 PM ET.  See virtual film screenings and debate: 33 Days in Utopia & The Beekeeper.  Register at All those who RSVP for the event will receive a private link to view both films. The Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Washington, DC in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Washington, DC, and Beyond Nuclear will present four events during 2021, in a year that marks 10 years since the Fukushima nuclear disaster, and 35 years since the Chernobyl nuclear accident. The event series Standing Up to Nuclear Power through Protest and the Arts will showcase different examples of both mass protest and deeply personal resistance. Jointly, we will explore how the performing and visual arts, including film, music, theatre, fashion and painting — along with protest and resistance — can make a powerful statement of opposition to nuclear power and propel action against climate change.

The opening event—Defiance on Film—features the directors and protagonists from two new documentary films: 33 Days of Utopia (2020, Germany) and The Beekeeper (2020, United Kingdom). The German documentary, 33 Days of Utopia, literally digs up history, as an archeologist unearths artifacts that were part of a 1980 encampment of 800 people who created their own “utopia” as they protested a proposed nuclear waste dump at Gorleben.

The Beekeeper features Katie Hayward, a beekeeper in North Wales, who stood almost alone in her fight against the bulldozers that would destroy her farm in preparation for a new two-reactor nuclear site at Wylfa-B on the island of Anglesey. Rejected by her neighbors who sold out to the nuclear company, Horizon (Hitachi), Hayward spirals in and out of depression and near suicide as she navigates her one-woman battle to save her bees, her farm animals, and the ancestral land she loves.

  The March 30 event will feature 33 Days of Utopia director, Roswitha Ziegler; Rebecca Harms, who participated in the Gorleben encampment and went on to become a Green Party Member of the European Parliament; Attila Dészi, archaeologist at the University of Hamburg; Anglesey beekeeper, Katie Hayward; and Will McGregor, director of The Beekeeper. The ‘round table’ discussion will be moderated by Beyond Nuclear’s Linda Pentz Gunter, followed by questions from the audience.

30] – There is a Vigil to say "No Drone Research at JHU" at 33rd and N. Charles Sts. on Tuesdays from 5 to 6 PM. Contact Max at mobuszewski2001 at Comcast dot net or 410-323-1607.  You may consider contacting President Ron Daniels and telling him that the university should reject all military contracts, including those for killer drone and nuclear weapons research.  The president’s mailing address is Office of the President, 242 Garland Hall, The Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Maryland 21218.  You can also reach his office by Phone: (410) 516-8068, Fax: (410) 516-6097 or email:

31] – On Tues., March 30 from 7 to 8:30 PM ET, get with the Animal Bereavement Support Group at the Baltimore Humane Society, 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown 21136. This will continue each Tuesday, through August 3. See  The loss of an animal can be a devastating blow. Our friends are often loved as a member of our family, and we believe their passing should be treated with the same respect. RSVP to 

32] – The recent entry into force of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons brought a welcome positive moment to a bleak disarmament landscape. But none of the nuclear-armed states have joined the Treaty, and all are expanding or modernizing their nuclear arsenals. Peace and justice advocates must respond! JOIN THE United for Peace and Justice WEBINAR featuring three internationally recognized advocates for nuclear abolition on Tues., March 30 from 8 to 9:30 PM EDT. Register at

33] – Women's March [] wants you to join Our Time to Thrive: Recovery Recess Mass Call on Tues., March 30 at 8 PM ET.  Women's March is joining forces with organizations across the country to turn Congress' upcoming spring recess into Recovery Recess! As Congress breaks for recess, use this important time to make it clear that women are demanding the relief needed to not just recover, but thrive.  On the call, hear from women leaders from across our movement about the urgent need for the THRIVE Act, a $15 minimum wage, and universal childcare and national paid leave for all. RSVP at

34] – Friends Committee on National Legislation is looking for people to join an Advocacy Team.  There is a training on Tues., March 30 at 8 PM, and it will cover the basic skills and information you need to start taking action with your local team. Contact with any questions. Sign up at

35] – Global Vaccine Equity vs. Medical Apartheid makes the Case for a People's Vaccine.  Join CODEPINK CONGRESS on Tues., March 30 at 8 PM ET.  RSVP at Robert Weissman, President of Public Citizen, a 500,000 member organization fighting corporate power, will discuss the need for the Biden-Harris administration to support a waiver of patent protections on vaccines while ramping up vaccine production for global distribution.  Last month, more than 100 high-level leaders from public health, faith-based, racial justice, and labor organizations, including Public Citizen’s President, joined former members of Congress, economists, and artists to sign a public letter calling on President Biden to make the COVID-19 vaccine a People’s Vaccine: a global public good, freely and fairly available to all, prioritizing those most in need here at home and around the world. Weissman will discuss next steps in the campaign for a People’s Vaccine.  After the discussion, join us for our Capitol Calling Party to ask members of Congress to co-sponsor H.R. 978 for vaccine equity and urge President Biden to support a waiver on patent protections for big drug companies.

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