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29. October 2014

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Fwd: 13 years, with what result?


Begin forwarded message: From: “Michael Shank, FCNL” <fcnl@fcnl.org> Subject: 13 years, with what result? Date: October 29, 2014 at 5:09:25 PM EDT To: “Judy Robbins” <judy@robbinsandrobbins.com> Reply-To: fcnlinfo@fcnl.org   Dear Judy Robbins, The U.S. has launched airstrikes, drone strikes and two land invasions in a dozen or more countries since 9/11 under the auspices of […]

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29. October 2014

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What can we in Maine do to support Kaci Hickox?


See the article below. What can we do in Maine to support Kaci? There are people on facebook opposed to Kaci even coming back to Maine and supporting a quarantine, regardless of Kaci’s health. Petitions to state government and its Department of Health and Human Services, legislators, etc.? Are there local initiatives being planned?  Larry […]

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26. October 2014

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Fwd: Hear Dr. Mads Gilbert Speak on Emergency Medicine GAZA October 31st


From: Partners for World Health <mclellan.elizabeth@gmail.com> Subject: Hear Dr. Mads Gilbert Speak on Emergency Medicine GAZA October 31st Save the Date! Eyes in GAZA Summer 2014 Darkness at Noon Dr. Mads Gilbert Medical Head Of Emergency Medicine  University Hospital  North Norway, Norway October 31st Friday 7:30p  Wishcamper Center USM Room 133 FREE and Open to […]

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25. October 2014

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fw: Bill Moyers (Common Dreams)


http://www.commondreams.org/news/2014/10/24/bill-moyers-grassroots-pro-democracy-movement-must-rise-challenge-corporate-control Bill Moyers: Grassroots Pro-Democracy Movement Must Rise to Challenge Corporate Control “Either we reverse Citizens United and insist democracy is about equal representation, or we might as well close up shop.”

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23. October 2014

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Jamila Raqib Speaks on Strategic Nonviolent Action in Lewiston, Brunswick, Waterville, and Orono on November 11-13, 2014


Please pass on to others in your group or area. Thanks. Larry Dansinger (207) 525-7776 or rosc@psouth.net Jamila Raqib Speaks on Strategic Nonviolent Action in Maine on November 11-13, 2014   Jamila Raqib, executive director of the Boston-based Albert Einstein Institution, will speak about strategic nonviolent action movements around the world in four locations in Maine […]

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23. October 2014

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WED POETRY MEETING


The 4th Wednesday Poetry Group will meet at The Maine Grind (2nd floor), Ellsworth Wednesday, October 29 6:30 – 8:00 PM All are welcome to attend to read you own poetry/prose or someone else’s

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21. October 2014

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Fwd: October 24th and 25th is ESTIA’s upcoming big event -we hope you join


Please pass along to others in your group or area. Thanks. Begin forwarded message: From: “Emily Markides” <Emily_Markides@umit.maine.edu> Date: October 19, 2014 11:13:47 AM EDT Subject: Re: October 24th and 25th is ESTIA’s upcoming big event -we hope you join  I would very much appreciate it if you could please send this info to anybody […]

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21. October 2014

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Defence for Children Intl – Palestine: talk Blue Hill Oct 28


Dr. Ivan Karakashian, Defence for Children International – Palestine, will speak at Emlen Hall (Bay School, South Street, Blue Hill) 7 pm on October 28. His topic: “What Will Become of Our Children? Voices of Hope for a World Free of Hatred and Prejudice.” This event is part of a New England Tour, Tree of […]

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20. October 2014

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Candidate Forum in Ellsworth tonight


This is your chance meet your candidates and learn their views on the important issues facing Hancock County and the State of Maine.  Candidates will meet the public in a moderated Q&A forum.  There will be an opportunity for audience members to submit their own questions to be presented by the moderator.   EllsworthMonday, October 206:00 […]

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20. October 2014

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Update on Texas Water Project


Thank you to those who have already been able to make a donation to PPJ’s support for the Texas Water for Refugees project. We hope to send our collected contributions by the end of the month. The initial message is attached below. Also, see : “Tell Congress a Humanitarian Crisis Deserves a Humanitarian Solution” (Latin […]

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