WRFG’s Summer Pledge Drive July 8-17

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National Day of Action to Close the Concentration Camps!

July 12th is being called for as a national day of action to close the migrant and refugee camps that have been created along the US-Mexico border and inside the interior, and to let all the migrants and refugees into the country with protected status. Actions are being organized by a coalition of migrant and refugee rights groups in different cities across the country. We are calling on all who are opposed to the repression of migrants and refugees and the existence of concentration camps to organize or join an action.

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Atlanta Activists Stand Strong Against War

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Stand with McDonald’s Workers!

McDonald’s workers have been leaders in the Fight for $15 and a union. Now, they are courageously taking on the climate of sexual harassment and abuse in the fast food industry and workplaces in general. Show them they are not alone! Stand in visible support with your presence and signs!

Saturday at 11 AM – 12 PM
526 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30308


At this address

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May 3rd Day Of Action For Journalists &Whistleblowers -Stand Up For Assange & Manning

May 3rd is the U.N. World Press Freedom Day and recognized around the world as a day to defend journalists and media workers. Attacks on the media by governments have grown over the years as journalists are facing threats of imprisonment, torture, and even murder. 

On World Press Freedom Day Friday May 3, 2019 join the rallies and marches around the world to FREE Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning and all jailed journalists and whistleblowers.

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Exposing Crimes Isn’t A Crime

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Move To Amend: Barnstorming Event with Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap

Saturday, April 6, 2019 – 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Ponce De Leon Library

980 Ponce de Leon Ave NE

Atlanta, GA 30306 

See map: Google Maps

Join Move to Amend’s National Director Kaitlin Sopoci Belknap for an inspiring call-to-action and discussion on the nationwide movement to pass a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to end corporate personhood.

  • Learn the history of how the Supreme Court got us here and what it will take to overturn the Citizens United v. FEC decision, abolish corporate constitutional rights and get big money out of politics!
  • Discover why abolishing corporate constitutional rights is directly connected to reforming campaign finance laws, access to safe food, providing affordable health care, strengthening worker rights, protecting the environment, and so much more…
  • Hear a panel of Atlanta organizers speak to how local issues are influenced by corporate rule and big money in politics.
  • Find out about specific actions we can take and how to get involved in Atlanta!

Free & open to the public.  Move to Amend finances these tours through the generous donations of event attendees.  Join us!

RSVP and share with your friends on Facebook!

Sign up to carpool on our rideshare board.

Move to Amend is a coalition of over 460,000 people and hundreds of organizations committed to social and economic justice, ending corporate rule, and building a vibrant democracy that is genuinely accountable to the people, not corporate interests.

Contact Information

National: Milly Harmon

Email: barnstorming@movetoamend.org

Phone: (916) 318-8040

Local: Mark Harding.

Email: hardingm@mindspring.com

Phone: (470) 379-6949

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Israeli Apartheid Week: Stop Arming Colonialism

Invite friends, family and colleagues, and spread the word about the following events happening organized by Students for Justice in Palestine, Emory for Israeli Apartheid Week: Stop Arming Colonialism

Each day next week offers another perspective for addressing issues of Justice.

Monday, April 1, Faith and Anti-Zionism with a Birthright Walk-off and Dr. Corrie. 6:00-7:30pm at New Psychology Building 36 Eagle Row

Tuesday April 2, Homonationalism and Pinkwashing with Dr. Warner at New Psychology Building 36 Eagle Row

Wednesday April 3, Israel: A Settler-Colonial State with Amith Gupta 6:00-7:30pm at New Psychology Building 36 Eagle Row

Thursday April 4, Keynote and Panel: Stop Arming Colonialism, and poetry by Remi Kanazi 6:30-9pm in collaboration with Emory, GT, GSU, Spelman at Howey L1 in the Howey Physics Building at Georgia Tech

Additionally,Sunday March 31 from 3:00-5:00pm, Joining Hands for Justice in Palestine/Israel has an event on Christian Zionism with Dr. Stephen Sizer

Stephen Sizer- “Why Christian Zionism is not Biblical”Sunday, March 31, 3:00 -5:00 pmPastor, photojournalist and author, Christian Zionism: Road Map to Armageddon and Zion’s Christian Soldiers
Harrington Center Auditorium
Columbia Theological Seminary
701 S. Columbia Dr., Decatur, GA 30030
RSVP: Sarah.h.humphrey@gmail.com

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