Peace and Justice calendar items: March-April 2011

March 10, 2011 at 6:18 pm Leave a comment

Some discussions, events, and demonstrations which might be of interest to the PeaceSmiths community:
(see details at the readmore)

Tuesday, March 15, 2011:
“The Struggle for Immigrant and Women Rights on Long Island”

Friday, March 18th:
Five Towns Forum
“The Green Scare: Dissent as terrorism under the Obama administration”

Tuesday, March 22nd:
Long Island School of The Americas Watch
“US Militarization of Latin America”

Friday, April 1st:
Vigil for Jobs: Pass HR 589 to extend unemployment benefits; Resume financial assistance to state and local governments; Create “Green Jobs” and defund foreign wars and military bases.

Friday, April 1st:
PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse
Poets: Maxwell Corydon Wheat, Jr. and guest
Music by Richard Barnhart

Saturday, April 9th:
Antiwar March in New York City
(Endorsed by Veterans for Peace, Suffolk Peace Network, and other peace and justice groups.)

Details

Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at 5:30pm
“The Struggle for Immigrant and Women Rights on Long Island”
Wang Center Lecture Hall 1
For more information or directions,
contact the Workplace Project at (631) 732-4713

Friday, March 18th at 8pm (sharp!)
7:30pm for coffee and cake
Five Towns Forum
“The Green Scare: Dissent as terrorism under the Obama administration”
A talk by Rachel Meeropol
Hewlett-Woodmere Library, 1125 Broadway, Hewlett, NY
Admission is free
For more info: (516) 623-5689

Tuesday, March 22nd at 7pm
6:30pm for light refreshments
Long Island School of The Americas Watch
“US Militarization of Latin America”
Songs by Ronald Duncan
Introduction by Bill McNulty
Speakers: Gabriela Uassouf and Nico Udu-gama
South Nassau Unitarian, 228 South Ocean Ave, Freeport, NY
For more info: (516) 379-8522

Friday, April 1st at 12 noon to 1pm
Vigil for Jobs
In front of Congressman Peter King’s office
1003 Park Boulevard 11762
For more information, contact
LI Vigil Coordinator, Judy Sanford Guise
jsguise AT aol DOT com

Friday, April 1st:
PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse
Poets: Maxwell Corydon Wheat, Jr. and guest
Music by Richard Barnhart
More info: (631) 798-0778

Saturday, April 9th:
Antiwar March in New York City
(Endorsed by Veterans for Peace, Suffolk Peace Network, and other peace and justice groups.)

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