42]Harnessing the power of design for healthier, resilient and
just cities– April 21
43]Towards a Third Nuclear Age? – April 21
44]Sierra Club Executive
Director Michael Brune
– April 21 - 22
36] –On Tues., April 20 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 https://www.facebook.com/BMOREHUMANE/.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
37] –Money for Housing Security will be discussed on Tues., April 20 from 7 to 8 PM ET. Are you
wondering why the DC budget season is important for housing security? Join Jews
United for Justice to learn more about how the budget impacts housing issues in
the District. Hear from and be in conversation with partners from DC Fiscal
Policy Institute and The Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless. In the
conversation, talk about the fundamentals and political context in this budget
season and how to better advocate for a budget that prioritizes getting and
keeping everyone in our neighborhoods housed. You will receive call-in
instructions via email after you RSVP at https://jufj.org/event/money-housing-security/?emci=fcff77d7-ff96-eb11-85aa-0050f237abef&emdi=1ec8ad72-e897-eb11-85aa-0050f237abef&ceid=3403859.
38] – Shaina
Low [firstname.lastname@example.org] wants you to join the #nowaytotreatachild campaign's
Tues., April 20 at 8 PM ET webinar. Hear
the findings of the No Way To Treat a Child report, launching on April 17,
Palestinian Prisoners' Day, and get updates on congressional advocacy in the United
States. Register for the webinar at
at Sunrise Movement Baltimore [email@example.com] wants us
to know about the UMBC Sunrise for Earth Week!
On Wed., April 21 starting noon through 3:30 PM, there will be a
UMBC Research showcase with Dr.
Dawn Biehler from Geography & Environmental Systems, Dr. Sterett from
Public Policy, Dr. Hennigan from Engineering, Dr. Zhai from Atmospheric
Physics, Dr. Demoz from Atmospheric Physics, Dr. Ataca from Physics and Dr.
Bennett from Chemistry. Visit https://www.mobilize.us/greenteamumbc/event/383344/?emci=334d6795-68a0-eb11-85aa-0050f237abef&emdi=b9b7a64a-69a0-eb11-85aa-0050f237abef&ceid=177631.
Vietnamese-American author Viet Thanh Nguyen’s first novel, The
Sympathizer, a spy thriller set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War,
won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, among numerous other awards. His
recently-released The Committed is the sequel to his celebrated
debut and has been receiving widespread notice coast to coast. The
Sympathizer established Nguyen as both a literary star and an advocate for
displaced people around the world. Nguyen is a professor of English, American
studies and ethnicity, and comparative literature at the University of Southern
California as well as a contributing opinion writer for the New York
Times. Tickets are $10. All proceeds directly support The Nation’s
journalism. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
– The Trust for Public
Land [email@example.com] is hosting a Park Bench Chat: Harnessing the power
of design for healthier, resilient and just cities on Wed., April 21 at 2 PM
ET. This Chat will bring together leaders in the movement to put our cities to
work for community, social justice, health, and climate resilience. Trust for
Public Land President and CEO Diane Regas will be in conversation with Dana
Bourland, vice president of the Environment Program at The JPB Foundation and
author of Gray to Green Communities: A Call to Action on the Housing and
Climate Crises; and designer, urbanist, and spatial justice expert Liz Ogbu,
founder and principal of Studio O, which, in partnership with communities,
leverages design to catalyze and sustain social impact. Visit
– On Wed., April 21 from 2 TO 3:30 PM
ET, get an answer to this question: Towards a Third Nuclear Age? Are we on the
cusp on a new nuclear age, where the rules, frameworks and ideas that govern
the way in which we maintain peace in our nuclear world are set to be
fundamentally altered, or at least come under pressure to be reformed? If
so, what factors are driving this shift, where and why is the challenge most
acute, and how can we seek to understand and manage this potentially dangerous
transition? This online talk is sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School Belfer
Center, and the speaker is Andrew Futter, University of Leicester. Register at
Club Insider [firstname.lastname@example.org] wants you to be involved with Earth
Month. Register at https://www.sierraclub.org/earth-month-livable-planet-for-all?utm_source=insider&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter.
This year's Earth Day comes in the midst of unprecedented times. We continue to
endure a devastating pandemic, and we've participated in uprisings for racial
justice, and turned out in record numbers to elect leaders who are ready
to face today’s health, economic, and climate crises. On Wed., April 21 at 5 PM
EST, join Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune, President Ramon Cruz,
and other senior leaders to hear more about the once-in-a-generation
opportunities to create a livable planet for all, and about how you can get
involved. On Thurs., April 22 from 12:30
to 2 PM EST, hear Global Grassroots Voices: Financing disaster in India: US
Export-Import Bank & coal finance overseas.
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] comcast.net. Go to http://baltimorenonviolencecenter.blogspot.com/.
"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