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Environment

Save the Date: Traces of the Trade free film screening

Join us for this free film screening and conversation. In the feature documentary Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North, filmmaker Katrina Browne discovers that her New England ancestors were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history. She and nine cousins retrace the Triangle Trade and gain powerful new perspectives on the […]

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Everybody’s Got a Right to Learn: Teach-in by Janelle Wood

How important is education for elevating and supporting the next generation? Join us for a conversation with Minister and Black Mothers’ Forum founder, Janelle Wood. We will be discussing: – The need for safe and supportive learning environments – Disproportionate disciplinary practices with respect to children of color; especially Black children – The need to […]

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Your Voice Matters: How to testify before your elected officials

Just like there’s an art to public speaking, there’s an art to communicating to our elected officials. And it’s not as hard as you think. Perhaps you’re inspired to head to the State Capitol this Legislative season to testify before a legislative committee. Perhaps you want to go before elected officials in your own backyard. […]

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YWCA Galleria Opening Art Reception: Love and Light – A New Journey

Exhibition runs from January 20th – April 1st 2019. OPENING ART RECEPTION YWCA Francis McClelland Community Center Friday, February 1st from 5-7pm The YWCA Galleria welcomes the works of Gavin Hugh Troy for our next exhibition. This exhibition is inspired by the new changes in Congress starting 2019. With a newly diverse and Democratic Congress, […]

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Defend AZ Club Meeting

Details Join us for our first Spring 2019 club meeting! Located in MU 302, we’ll be discussing local and national environmental topics. Snacks will be provided, and feel free to bring friends!

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AZ PPC Clergy Working Meeting

Details CALL FOR ACTION: Arizona Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is requesting the presence of all faith leaders in Arizona to come to this meeting to WORK! We have many issues we as faith leaders need to tackle this year! This is open to ALL faith leaders! Let’s come together and […]

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Stop Rosemont Rally and Informational Picket

Rally and Informational picket in response to the proposed Rosemont mine, which would to drain the water in the Santa Ritas and dump toxic tailings in creeks and streams that compose the watershed for Pima County.

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Climate/Clima & Arizona: A Panel/Public Hearing

According to a recent UN report, we have 12 years to limit climate change catastrophe. So what are we going to do? The Stand Together Arizona Training and Advocacy Center’s Operation Haboob is bringing together a panel of global and micro-local experts from our backyard to talk about climate, but we also want to hear […]

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Our Fight for VAWA

Indivisible Tohono will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by providing a day of service dedicated to Our Fight for VAWA. We are asking for hemajkam to bring a shell item to represent our MMIWG, this could be a shell earring or necklace. We will display the Shell Exhibit in communities that request. 12-2:30 pm […]

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service 2019

RSVPs are limited. Please register at http://bit.ly/2019MLK. We will be helping the City of Phoenix with several projects along the Rio Salado Restoration Area to celebrate service, a key aspect of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Projects could include: tree planting, seed planting, invasive plant removal, picking up litter, removing dead vegetation (fire […]

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