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Fwd: Democracy Forum: Listen – Friday, November 15


Have a listen! Is Government Doing Good? …. Friday, November 15 Is Government Doing Good: Policy Feedback Effects and the Civic Divide LWV-Downeast hosts a monthly radio program on democracy in cooperation with WERU FM.  This month, we'll talk about new political … Continue reading

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Protecting Maine’s fishing heritage


From: KarenTom Adamo <radiusmyfairpoint@outlook.com> TO: ALL RECIEPIENTS, From: Tom Adamo Subject : Your Permission Good Morning All, As you may know the Maine Department of Marine Resources has just approved a 40 acre aquaculture lease  in Maquoit Bay, near Brunswick … Continue reading

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Armistice Day Poem


From Doug Rawlings                NOVEMBER COMES November comes on to me like a C-130 slinking into Dover Air Force base laden with tin caskets draped in red, white, and blue I know, I know … Continue reading

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LWV Saturday meeting cancelled


Martha Dickinson 40 Washington Street Ellsworth, ME 04605 667-5863 martha.dickinson@gmail.com Facebook Twitter Instagram lwvme.org Decolonizing ThanksgivingWith Maulian Dana CANCELLED What a shame. We were looking forward to it.Maulian Dana has been unavoidably detained out of state. No meeting tomorrow – … Continue reading

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Fwd: LWV-Downeast Monthly Meetings


can you distribute?  Thanks, Starr ———- Forwarded message ——— Subject: FW:  LWV-Downeast Monthly Meetings   From: League of Women Voters – DowneastSent: Monday, October 28, 2019 1:05 PMTo: Starr gilmartinSubject: LWV-Downeast Monthly Meetings   Facebook Twitter Instagram lwvme.org Saturday, November … Continue reading

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Grannies Respond: Online Auction for asylum seekers


Grannies Respond join forces with artists to raise money for migrants and asylum seekers “This is first-world work. Third-world work is walking 1,200 miles with a toddler on your hip, toward a better life.” — Pixie Holbrook     Four activist … Continue reading

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Almost Sunrise at UUCE November 8


Martha Dickinson 40 Washington Street Ellsworth, ME 04605 667-5863 martha.dickinson@gmail.com

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Fwd: Taking Next Steps Toward Nuclear Abolition – Kathy Kelly


Subject: Taking Next Steps Toward Nuclear Abolition – Kathy Kelly Kathy Kelly writes on this week’s trial, on grave charges, of nuclear weapons protesters the Kings Bay Plowshares 7.  Taking Next Steps Toward Nuclear Abolition by Kathy KellyOctober 20, 2019 My friend Marianne … Continue reading

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The War at Home, Friday 10.25 film, Blue Hill


Please join Peninsula Peace & Justice for a screening and discussion of the documentary THE WAR AT HOME on Friday October 25, 7 p.m., Blue Hill Library.  What can we learn from the anti-war movement and organizing of the 1960s? … Continue reading

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Fwd: Restorative Justice Mentor Training in 4 sessions


From: “Leslie Ross” <leslie@leslieross.net> Are you interested in working with local youth to foster to make positive change in our community? Restorative Justice Mentor Training in 4 sessions All sessions will run from 5-730 pm. On Wednesday October 30 we … Continue reading

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