Monday, June 26, 2023

Baltimore Activist Alert -- June 27 & 28, 2023

30] Zogby at the UN – June 27

31] Share a meal with caregivers – June 27

32] Discuss electoral accountability – June 27

33] Youth, Peace Education, and Action June 28

34] US Campaign for Burma June 28

35] The Sudan Crisis & Chad– June 28

36] Fulfilling the IRA’s Climate Promise – June 28


30] – James Zogby [] will speak at the United Nations Security Council on Tues., June 27 at 11 AM.  He will attend the special session on the Middle East and the Palestinian Question at the invitation of Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tar Wennesland.  At that meeting Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tar Wennesland, is expected to brief the Security Council on the latest Secretary-General’s report on the implementation of resolution 2334 on Israel's illegal settlement. Zogby will be speaking on the human rights violations facing the Palestinian people under Israeli occupation. You will be able to watch the open briefing using the UNTV link at

31] – Jess Ahart [] is inviting you on Tues., June 27 from 6 to 7:30 PM ET to a Caring across Maryland Social at Cityvies.  Join this event at Come to the City View Apartments at McCullough Homes, 501 Dolphin St., Baltimore. Share a meal with care workers, advocates, and those who rely on Maryland long term care and home care services to build community and coalition power. 

32] – The Metro DC DSA [] on Tues., June 27 at 7 PM ET, the Political Engagement Committee will discuss electoral accountability. The hope is that chapter members will speak, regarding why and how the chapter should hold the elected officials it endorses accountable to DSA’s priorities. Get the Zoom link at

33] – World BEYOND War [] is inviting you on Wed., June 28 at 9 AM ET to a Youth, Peace Education, and Action webinar. Hear from young leaders about work being done to advance the Youth, Peace, and Security (YPS) agenda locally and globally, and get a chance to connect with and learn from others working in the space. You also hear from WBW's Education Director Phill Gittins and have the opportunity to engage in a visualization activity to encourage reflection and dialogue specific to broadening our notions and practices of YPS work moving forward. Register at

34] – The U.S. Campaign for Burma [] is holding an event on Wed., June 28 at 9 AM ET -- "The Power of Inclusion: Solutions for Internally Displaced Persons and Refugees of Karenni and Chin States and Central Burma." Together with Karenni National Women's Organization and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, the Campaign will be launching its "Power of Inclusion" live event series.  The first panel of the series will share the challenges and hurdles experienced by IDPs and refugees from Karenni and Chin states and Central Burma, but also the need to include the voices of these impacted communities in all conversations moving forward. This discussion is becoming increasingly relevant as forced repatriation remains a hot topic. RSVP at

35] – HIAS [] is doing an Emergency Update on the Sudan Conflict: How HIAS is supporting refugees arriving in Chad on Wed., June 28 at 11 AM ET. RSVP at

36] – The Environmental Defense Fund [] wants you to know How States are Key to Fulfilling the IRA’s Climate Promise on Wed., June 28 at 1 PM ET. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is the largest, most ambitious climate legislation Congress has ever passed. It will transform the U.S. energy sector and slash emissions, with opportunities for governments and the private sector to take advantage of its programs and incentives. State-level implementation and participation will be integral to maximizing the climate benefits of the IRA.  Learn how EDF is boosting capacity on the ground in key states to ensure funds are implemented meaningfully and effectively across communities. REGISTER at

To be continued.

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"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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