|Progressive Calendar 11.11.10||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: David Shove (shove001tc.umn.edu)|
|Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2010 15:03:48 -0800 (PST)|
P R O G R E S S I V E C A L E N D A R 11.11.10 1. Eagan vigil 11.11 4:30pm 2. Foreclosure forum 11.11 6pm 3. Armistice Day 11.11 6:30pm 4. State budget 11.11 6:30pm 5. Choice 11.11 7pm --------1 of 5-------- From: Women Against Military Madness <wamm [at] mtn.org> Subject: Eagan vigil 11.11 4:30pm Eagan Peace Group Enters Its 7th Year of Standing Vigil Thursday, November 11th (coincidentally "Veterans Day") marks the 6- year anniversary of the weekly peace vigil that takes place at the intersection of Pilot Knob and Yankee Doodle Roads in Eagan, Minnesota. This Minnesota peace vigil has gone on for six years through heat and snow, rain and sleet, every Thursday afternoon for one hour (from 4:30 pm to 5:30 p.m.) to the tune of "Honk for Peace" and other pro peace signs. After all these years, Eagan Peace Vigil founders Greg and Sue Skog note how "big government" and out of control wasteful spending, resulting in massive debt locally and nationally were some of the major themes of the recent elections. "But the fiscal problems will remain intractable with over half of our nation's budget going to the Pentagon and then earmarked to funding of the ongoing wars through borrowed money from China. It is time to become fiscally responsible by ending the wars and occupations launched by the Bush Administration without any clear exit strategy. Not only do we need to bring our troops home but we also need to bring our war dollars home as soon as possible to avoid further financial catastrophe." Veterans Day is usually considered a time to honor those who gave up part, and sometimes all, of their lives in service to our country. Certainly we need to ensure that that our country continues to care for its veterans, many of whom have returned not only with serious physical wounds but also mental ones in the form of alcoholism and PTSD. Along with that theme, we must also not forget that the holiday was created in 1919 and originally called "Armistice Day", not only a day to celebrate and honor the soldier, but a solemn day to remember the "War to End All Wars". [How about the "Peace to End All Peace"? Makes as much sense. -ed] Contacts: Sue and Greg Skog FFI: Call 651-278-1103 --------2 of 5-------- From: Amber Garlan <agarlan [at] hammclinic.org> Subject: Foreclosure forum 11.11 6pm There will be a foreclosure moratorium in Fridley Thursday, 11/11/10 at 6:00. Senator John Marty will be attending. The location is at The Old Country Buffet on the corner of University Ave. and Mississippi. --------3 of 5-------- From: Women Against Military Madness <wamm [at] mtn.org> Subject: Armistice Day 11.11 6:30pm Thursday, November 11, 6:30 p.m. Our Lady Chapel, 1890 Randolph Avenue, St. Paul. Armistice Day Prayers for Peace Service honoring Howard Zinn. Prepared by: Veterans for Peace Chapter 27 and the Justice Commission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates. Endorsed by: WAMM. FFI: Call Joanne, 651-690-7079. --------4 of 5-------- From: Diane J. Peterson <birch7 [at] comcast.net> Subject: State budget 11.11 6:30pm I hope many of you can participate in the Bush Foundation's info-gathering project from Minnesota citizens on how to govern our state's budget. Last night, I took a friend to one of the workshops in a St. Paul library to give my input, and now I want every progressive voter to participate! Go to http://citizensleague.org/commoncents/ to see more info and to register for this FREE opportunity. (They even provide light refreshments.) Minneapolis (NE) Thursday, November 11 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Logan Community Center 690 13th Ave. NE Contact Stacy Becker, 651-295-4033. There are 20 more input sessions being conducted around the state besides this one. The last one is in Worthington on December 15. The project is being conducted by the Citizens League, and the money is from the Bush Foundation. The facilitators of last night's session said they strive to be nonpartisan in presenting information and conducting the input session, and they performed well on that score. --------5 of 5-------- From: Erin Parrish <erin [at] mnwomen.org> Subject: Choice 11.11 7pm Minnesota Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice Short and Sweet: Annual Meeting, Desserts, and Coffee. Please come meet board and staff and learn more about the positive changes at MNRCRC. 7 - 9 PM at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, 5730 Grove Street, Edina. RSVP by November 5. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- - David Shove shove001 [at] tc.umn.edu rhymes with clove Progressive Calendar over 2225 subscribers as of 12.19.02 please send all messages in plain text no attachments vote third party for president for congress for governor now and forever Socialism YES Capitalism NO To GO DIRECTLY to an item, eg --------8 of x-------- do a find on --8 Research almost any topic raised here at: CounterPunch http://counterpunch.org Dissident Voice http://dissidentvoice.org Common Dreams http://commondreams.org Once you're there, do a search on your topic, eg obama drones
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