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Sunday, October 24th at 11 AM:

 “STOP THE PIPELINE: Enbridge Line 3 Activists Speak out”
with Winona Laduke

Comments by Ken Jones, Catherine Hoffman, Rachel Wyon, Michele Noor Obed

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In the horrific aftermath of yet another catastrophic oil spill, this time off the coast of California, we come together to say, ONCE AND FOR ALL, NO MORE FOSSIL FUEL INFRASTRUCTURE! For the sake for the tribes in the Midwest and elsewhere, and for the sake of the planet, it is time. We’ll hear from activists who have been on the protest’s front lines this year, and from our long time friends, musicians with a hard driving planetary eco-message, MAGPIE!

Native American land rights activist, environmentalist, economist, politician, and author Winona LaDuke has spent her career working on a national level to advocate, raise public support and create funding for environmental groups. A graduate of Harvard and Antioch Universities, LaDuke has become known as a voice for Native American economic and environmental concerns around the globe. from www.womenofthehall.org
music by Magpie
Photo of Winona LaDuke by Frypie – Line 3 Protest June 2021



October 6th – November 10th, 7:30 pm-9 pm

A Better Future For Israelis & Palestinians:
Affirming the Sacredness of All Human Life
A 4-Part Series
For more information and to register click here.
For speaker information click here.

Rev. Dr. William Alberts Memorial Service:
Saturday, October 23rd at 1 pm
Arlington Street Church
To learn more about Rev. Alberts visit Legacy.
Read CounterPunch articles by Rev. Alberts here.


Quotes from Victor Wallis, Red-Green Revolution… by Victor Wallis
After the Mid-Term Elections by Mark Solomon
Global Inequalities, Local Remedies  by Rev. Dr. Norm Faramelli
What Would Gandhi Do? by David Lewit
Remembering Hiroshima with Consideration for its Current and Future Implications  by Virginia Pratt
A Eulogy for Hank Faunce by Edward Beuchert
Agelessness, Ageism, And Aging by Mary Lynn Cramer
The Limits of Liberal Rhetoric: Profits vs. Jobs by Mary Lynn Cramer
It’s Time to Recall the Sub-prime Loans by Virginia Pratt


For listings of regional peace and justice events, see the Act-MA list, the AFSC Weekly Calendar, Boston Indymedia, United for Justice and Peace, and Massachusetts Jobs with Justice’s ResourcesCentro Presente (Somerville), the Democracy Center (Cambridge), Encuentro 5 (Boston),  Lucy Parsons Center (Jamaica Plain) and Spontaneous Celebrations (Jamaica Plain) also publish a ‘calendar of events’ hosted at their respective community spaces.

The Community Church of Boston has also compiled a Homeless and Low Income Resource Guide 2020 for those in need.

Sexually transmitted diseases in Suffolk County and Boston area rates tend to be higher than the national averages. For more information and resources for free testing in Boston contact these local health organizations.


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