You are invited
Human Rights Day
St. Charles Boromeo Church
bring a favorite desert or dip
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Help organize/plan a day-long gathering in a central location in Maine on the topic of "Local Organizing against Industrial/Corporate Projects."
Every year, ROSC (Resources for Organizing and Social Change) plans a gathering called "Changing Maine." We try to bring together people from many groups, viewpoints, and parts of the state around a theme that affects us all in this state.
YOU NAME IT. Sometimes, projects with public opposition have been defeated. We can win these struggles!!
These are issues that we are all facing more and more--how can people with less power and money prevent big corporations with deep pockets from dominating our economy, our public policies, and our communities?
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP PLAN THIS GATHERING, PLEASE CONTACT ME ASAP. initial planning meeting (in person or by phone) in early to mid-December
You can do as much or as little as you can; all help will be welcomed. Contact me for more details.
Larry Dansinger (207) 525-7776 or email@example.com
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3RD Annual RALLY FOR UNITY
Thursday, January 8, 2015
10:00 AM–12:00 PM
Hall of Flags, State House, Augusta
...For people and our environment on the first day of the 128th Legislature
The RALLY OF UNITY is organized by the Alliance for the Common Good, an ad-hoc coalition
assembling as a unified front to give voice to all Maine people and to push back against corporate
dominance in government.
JOIN US—The bigger the movement, the stronger the impact!
No particular group will be featured. We do not all agree or endorse each other on every issue, but
we can rally behind the need for:
Respect for community sovereignty
Reserving Maine money for Maine people
An economy that protects our environment.
Keeping money out of politics.
Please feel free to represent yourselves or your group visually and be creative to highlight issues
you're most concerned about. Tabling available starting at 10:00 AM through 3:00 PM.
For more information contact: Jim Freeman, firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-4145