Sep
18
6:30 PM18:30

Phone Banking, or Writing Postcards and Letters to the Editor in Support of the Massachusetts Safe Communities Act (S1401, H3573)

This event is sponsored by the Tikkun Olam Committee of the Jewish Community of Amherst. 

When: Wednesday, September 18, 6:30pm–8:30pm
Where:
Jewish Community of Amherst, 742 Main Street, Amherst

What: Build support for the Massachusetts Safe Communities Act (SCA) to get this bill to a hearing and favorably reported out of the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security after the hearing. The SCA protects the rights of immigrants and also helps make communities safer for all. Find more information at miracoalition.org/safe-communities.

Call registered Democratic voters in target districts, write postcards to voters in these districts and to our legislators, and write Letters to the Editor of the various area newspapers. For phone banking, please bring your laptop computer, and your cell phone, along with chargers. If you don’t want to phone bank, come to write postcards or letters.

Please RSVP to Jane Myers (janemyers18@gmail.com) or Annique Boomsma (anjeff@caremail.every1.net)

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Sep
20
11:00 AM11:00

Boston Climate Strike

When: Friday, September 20, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Where: City Hall and Statehouse

What: In Boston, high school students are organizing a rally from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM with speakers, chants, music, chalking, a live stream of Greta, and a march from City Hall to the Statehouse. This will be the largest event in Massachusetts, and an inter-generational moment. Do all you can to make it there, particularly if you are young or can help a young person go. Youth organizers are also seeking funding and help reaching out to their peers, both to publicize strikes across the region and to help those who want to get to Boston.

Main event page - bit.ly/boston-climate-strike.

Bus interest form: bit.ly/wmass-rsvp.

Donate: bit.ly/strike-donate.

Share school contacts: bit.ly/give-us-your-school-contacts

Visit http://climateactionnowma.org/september-strike-week/ for other links and transportation options.

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Sep
21
1:00 PM13:00

We The People Local Solidarity Rally

Hosted by Indivisible Northampton

When: Saturday, September 21, 1-2 pm
Where: Pulaski Park, Main St, Northampton

What: If you can't make it to Washington, DC for We the People March, come to the local solidarity march. We the People are rallying to be seen and heard. We are here to remind our elected officials that they work for us. We are here because the current regime is a threat to out democracy and values. We are here to demand action. Silence and inaction are complicity. Speakers include Jennifer Taub, others TBA.
Contact Debby Pastrich-Klemer if you would like to volunteer at debp326@gmail.com or if you would like to help organize a bus to the DC march, if there is enough interest.

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Sep
23
5:30 PM17:30

Census Briefing with Rep. Paul Mark, Chair of the House Committee on Redistricting, and Rep. Sabadosa

When: Monday, Sept 23, 5:30-7 pm
Where: Pioneer Valley Workers Center, 20 Hampton Ave #200, Northampton

What: Join Reps Mark, Sabadosa, representatives from the US Census Bureau, and the local Complete Count Committee for a briefing on the upcoming 2020 Census. They will do a quick canvass training, provide canvass literature and script, and then send people out to knock doors and spread the word about the importance of the upcoming census.

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Sep
26
6:30 PM18:30

Solidarity Training: Rideshare and Court Accompaniment

Hosted by the Pioneer Valley Workers Center and Massachusetts Jobs with Justice

When: Thursday, September 26, 6:30-8:30 pm (Rideshare training 6:30-7:30 pm; Accompaniment training 7:30-8:30 pm)
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church, 361 Sumner Ave, Springfield

What: Training to join The Pioneer Valley Workers Center Rideshare and Court Accompaniment networks, details below.

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Rideshare: Many PVWC members are not able to drive. Rideshare drivers participate in a one-hour training and are then notified of opportunities to drive community leaders when needed. Rides support PVWC worker members organizing for justice, and also support Lucio Perez and his family during this time in sanctuary. The community counts on this vital support. Email contact sisrideshare@protonmail.com

PVWC Court Accompaniment: Many PVWC immigrant members are fighting immigration cases and have regular ICE check-in appointments and court dates. Court Accompaniment volunteers provide support in these stressful times by attending the appointment or court date with immigrant community members. The Workers Center has received many requests recently for this solidarity support. Attend this one hour training and join the team.

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Sep
27
11:00 AM11:00

Rebellion Begins

When: Friday, September 27, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Where: Amherst Center, Amherst College and UMass Amherst

What: Western Massachusetts Extinction Rebellion putting on street theater. Actions will take place in Amherst Center, Amherst College and UMass. Includes a dramatic funeral and die-in at UMass, launching the rebellion and symbolically presenting UMass with their four demands.

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Sep
27
1:00 PM13:00

Food is Public Health Oversight Hearing

Hosted by Senator Jo Comerford and organizations listed below.

When: Friday, September 27, 1pm - 4pm
Where: Greenfield Community College, 1 College Drive, Greenfield

What: Join us for an oversight hearing on the impact of food insecurity and inequitable access to nutritious food on public health. Experts on the food system and its impact on public health will discuss how state, federal, and non-profit programs work together to improve the health of the Commonwealth. Topics will include food as medicine, food deserts and healthy food access, the role of agriculture in public health, and school food programming. Hosted by Joint Committee on Public Health Massachusetts Food Systems Caucus, Baystate Health, Cooley Dickinson Health Care, CISA, the Food Bank of Western Mass, Greenfield Community College, Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation, Inc, MA Food System Collaborative, Northeast Organic Farming Association/Massachusetts Chapter (NOFA/Mass.)

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Oct
5
10:30 AM10:30

Solidarity Training: Rideshare and Court Accompaniment

Hosted by the Pioneer Valley Workers Center and Massachusetts Jobs with Justice

When: Saturday, October 5, 10:30 am-12:30 pm (Rideshare training 10:30-11:30 am; Accompaniment training 11:30 am-12:30 pm)
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church, 361 Sumner Ave, Springfield

What:
Training to join The Pioneer Valley Workers Center Rideshare and Court Accompaniment networks, details below.

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Rideshare: Many PVWC members are not able to drive. Rideshare drivers participate in a one-hour training and are then notified of opportunities to drive community leaders when needed. Rides support PVWC worker members organizing for justice, and also support Lucio Perez and his family during this time in sanctuary. The community counts on this vital support. Email contact sisrideshare@protonmail.com

PVWC Court Accompaniment: Many PVWC immigrant members are fighting immigration cases and have regular ICE check-in appointments and court dates. Court Accompaniment volunteers provide support in these stressful times by attending the appointment or court date with immigrant community members. The Workers Center has received many requests recently for this solidarity support. Attend this one hour training and join the team.

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Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

Swing Left Voter Letter-Writing in Holyoke

When: Sunday, October 13, 10am
Where: Bistro at Gateway City Arts, 92 Race St, Holyoke

What: In the 2020 presidential election, many people who agree with Democratic policies are not yet registered to vote. Swing Left is working to increase registration among unmarried women, people of color, and millennials in key states. Join us to help reach these likely-Democratic voters at a house party that will be stocked with drinks, snacks, and friendly volunteers. Please bring as many stamps as you can; the host would like to keep this event open to all regardless of circumstance, so if you are able please bring at least one 20 stamp book of 55 cent stamps. Volunteers will cover the cost of printing and envelopes. Our partners at Voter Participation Center have found an increase of 4.3% in registrations and 1.6% in voting through letter-writing campaigns. With elections determined by razor-thin margins in key states, these efforts may mean the difference between victory and defeat. RSVP and join us as we build the good government we want and deserve.


RSVP and join us as we build the good government we want and deserve!
Coffee, snacks and a fully-loaded brunch will be available to purchase. Handicap Accessibility: The Bistro is accessible.
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Oct
18
11:30 AM11:30

Rural Public Health: A Path Forward Oversight Hearing

Hosted by: Joint Committee on Public Health, Rural Caucus, Franklin Regional Council of Governments, Baystate Health, Cooley Dickinson Health Care

When: Friday, October 18, 11:30 am-3:30 pm
Where: John W. Olver Transit Center, 12 Olive Street, Greenfield

What: The Massachusetts Joint Committee on Public Health will hold an oversight hearing to review the public health and health care findings and recommendations of the Rural Policy Plan developed by the Massachusetts Rural Policy Advisory Commission.
Rural health care and public health stakeholders will discuss how they are addressing rural health inequities in innovative ways and how to improve the health of the residents of the Commonwealth’s 170 rural communities.

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Sep
17
9:00 AM09:00

Climate Action Now's Carbon Pollution and Fee Rebate Group Meeting

When: Tuesday, September 17, 9-10:45 am
Where: Panera's, 335 Russell St (Mountain Farms Mall), Hadley

What: This is an important time to build on the success of gaining many co-sponsors on the carbon pollution pricing bills. Meetings focus on educating legislators and interested groups about carbon pricing. Get trained to meet with legislators and work with a statewide coalition focused on carbon pricing legislation.

For more information.

For questions or to get involved, contact Mary Jo Maffei at maryjomaffei22@gmail.com or 413-265-6390

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Sep
16
6:00 PM18:00

Represent US Western Mass - Monthly Meeting

Represent US Western Mass - Monthly Meeting

When:  Monday, September 16, 6-7:30 pm
Where:  Greenfield Savings Bank, 325 King St. Northampton. Across from the Bluebonnet Diner

What:  Monthly meeting of the local chapter of the non-partisan group Represent.US, working for campaign finance reform and fighting government corruption to make our democracy stronger.  This is a crucial meeting as we mobilize for initiatives getting underway this fall. Work to get big money influence out of government by moving local, state, and national initiatives forward. Find out how your town can have a voice for clean government. All are welcome – bring a friend!

For questions or carpooling, email repwma@gmail.com

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Sep
16
5:30 PM17:30

Potluck with Lucio and Family

Hosted by First Church Amherst and Florence and Pioneer Valley Worker Center

When: Monday, September 16, 5:30 pm
Where: First Church Amherst, 165 Main St, Amherst

What: Gather together in support of our work together. At this potluck Pelham residents Lorna and Imre Kepes will be selling beautiful Guatemalan art as a fundraiser for Lucio and his family. You can read more about this at:
http://guatemalaartandcultureconnection.blogspot.com. Lucio Perez will speak about his life in Tacana, Guatamala before he came to the United States and life in Tacana now.

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Sep
14
5:00 PM17:00

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser for Irida

Hosted by Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence and Pioneer Valley Worker Center

When: Saturday, September 14, 5-6:30 pm and 6:30-8 pm (two seatings)
Where: Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence, 220 Main St, Northampton (entrance through side door)

What: Fundraiser for support and legal assistance for Irida Kakhtiranova, who has been living in sanctuary since April 2018. Come enjoy pasta (meat/veggie/vegan/gluten-free)salad, beverage, dessert.

Advance ticket purchases only: $15 adults * $8 kids under 10 * $40 family of 4. Tickets for sale Sundays from 11:00-11:30 in the UU Parlor Room or by arrangement. Contact cathie53brown@gmail.com. If you are unable to attend but want to support Irida, please purchase a ticket that can be donated to someone who cannot afford to attend.

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Sep
11
7:00 PM19:00

Pioneer Valley Citizen's Climate Lobby Monthly Meeting

When: Wednesday, September 11, 7:00-8:45 pm
Where: Unitarian Society, 220 Main St (downstairs), Northampton

What: Monthly meeting. New and experienced CCL volunteers learn, practice skills, connect with each other, inspire each other, and strategize how to move our country toward solving climate change. We focus on carbon pricing as the policy with the most impact to spur innovation and make fossil fuels obsolete. We have several carbon pricing bills to support in both the Massachusetts and U.S. Congress. This year, we’ll use our respectful, nonpartisan approach to make climate legislation a reality.

Questions, contact lorasandhusen@gmail.com, peterthunfors@hotmail.com; adonson@umass.edu, or markdhart56@gmail.com.

Click here for more about Citizen's Climate Lobby

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Sep
11
6:30 PM18:30

Western Mass Medicare for All General Assembly

When: Wednesday, September 11, 6:30 pm (After the August break, now resuming monthly meetings the second Wednesday of every month.)
Where: Mass Green High Performance Computing Center, 100 Bigelow St, Holyoke

What: Updates, actions, information, and resource-sharing. Connect with other Medicare for All supporters and groups across the region. Help make Single Payer a reality in Massachusetts and the nation.
Please RSVP to info@wmmedicareforall.org. New folks welcome.

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Sep
10
9:00 AM09:00

Climate Action Now's Carbon Pollution and Fee Rebate Group Meeting

When: Tuesday, September 10, 9-10:45 am
Where: Panera's, 335 Russell St (Mountain Farms Mall), Hadley

What: This is an important time to build on the success of gaining many co-sponsors on the carbon pollution pricing bills. Meetings focus on educating legislators and interested groups about carbon pricing. Get trained to meet with legislators and work with a statewide coalition focused on carbon pricing legislation.

For more information.

For questions or to get involved, contact Mary Jo Maffei at maryjomaffei22@gmail.com or 413-265-6390

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Sep
8
4:00 PM16:00

Voter Registration and Letter Writing - Leverett

When: Sunday, September 8th, 4:00pm
Where:  RSVP for host's address in Leverett

What: In the 2020 presidential election, many people who agree with Democratic policies are not yet registered to vote. Swing Left is working to increase registration among unmarried women, people of color, and millennials in key states. Join us to help reach these likely-Democratic voters at a house party that will be stocked with drinks, snacks, and friendly volunteers. Please bring as many stamps as you can; the host would like to keep this event open to all regardless of circumstance, so if you are able please bring at least one 20 stamp book of 55 cent stamps. Volunteers will cover the cost of printing and envelopes. Our partners at Voter Participation Center have found an increase of 4.3% in registrations and 1.6% in voting through letter-writing campaigns. With elections determined by razor-thin margins in key states, these efforts may mean the difference between victory and defeat. 

RSVP and join us as we build the good government we want and deserve!
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Sep
8
3:00 PM15:00

“Time To Act” Picnic

Sponsored by the Democratic Committees of six towns (Leverett, Pelham, New Salem, Shutesbury, Sunderland, New Salem)

When: Sunday, September 8th, 2019, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Where: Shutesbury Athletic Club, 282 Wendell Road, Shutesbury

What: Picnic with Congressman Jim McGovern, State Senator Jo Comerford and State Representative Natalie Blais. Tadea Martin-Gonzalez, representing Pioneer Valley Students for Gun Control, will speak. 

Representatives from area action organizations will be on hand to provide information on ways to be active and involved. The following will be represented: Climate Action Now, Medicare For All, We the People Massachusetts, Abortion Rights Fund of W. MA., Western MA Young Democrats, and Voter Registration.

Music by the Helen Winter Trio.   Food and drink!   All are welcome!

Contact: Penny Kim, Chair, Shutesbury Dem. Committee Pen2noho@msn.com

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Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

Swing Left Voter Letter-Writing in Holyoke

When: Sunday, September 8th, 10am
Where: Bistro at Gateway City Arts, 92 Race St, Holyoke

What: In the 2020 presidential election, many people who agree with Democratic policies are not yet registered to vote. Swing Left is working to increase registration among unmarried women, people of color, and millennials in key states. Join us to help reach these likely-Democratic voters at a house party that will be stocked with drinks, snacks, and friendly volunteers. Please bring as many stamps as you can; the host would like to keep this event open to all regardless of circumstance, so if you are able please bring at least one 20 stamp book of 55 cent stamps. Volunteers will cover the cost of printing and envelopes. Our partners at Voter Participation Center have found an increase of 4.3% in registrations and 1.6% in voting through letter-writing campaigns. With elections determined by razor-thin margins in key states, these efforts may mean the difference between victory and defeat. RSVP and join us as we build the good government we want and deserve. 

RSVP and join us as we build the good government we want and deserve!
Coffee, snacks and a fully-loaded brunch will be available to purchase. Handicap Accessibility: The Bistro is accessible.
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Sep
7
to Sep 12

Defund Hate Week of Actions

Sponsored by Indivisible Northampton

When: Saturday September 7- Thursday, September 12
Where: Various sites in the Pioneer Valley

What: Join Indivisible Northampton (and many organizations across the country) in demanding that Congress act to stop the camps, ICE raids, and family separations by defunding them in this September's appropriations process. We'll be spending the week of September 9-12 distributing flyers throughout our local area to raise awareness and call on our representatives to cut DHS funding. We'll provide the flyers, info, and talking points.  On Sept 12th, we'll gather together for a Post Flyer-ing Debate Watch party at 25 Mountain Laurel Path, Florence.

To get your flyers, contact Beth at beth.tabor.lev1@gmail.com
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Sep
5
6:00 PM18:00

Swing Left Voter Registration Letters

When: Thursday, Sept. 5th, 6-7:30 pm
Where: RSVP for host's address

What: In the 2020 presidential election, many people who agree with Democratic policies are not yet registered to vote. Swing Left is working to increase registration among unmarried women, people of color, and millennials in key states. Join us to help reach these likely-Democratic voters at a house party that will be stocked with drinks, snacks, and friendly volunteers. Please bring as many stamps as you can; the host would like to keep this event open to all regardless of circumstance, so if you are able please bring at least one 20 stamp book of 55 cent stamps. Volunteers will cover the cost of printing and envelopes. Our partners at Voter Participation Center have found an increase of 4.3% in registrations and 1.6% in voting through letter-writing campaigns. With elections determined by razor-thin margins in key states, these efforts may mean the difference between victory and defeat. RSVP and join us as we build the good government we want and deserve. 

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Sep
5
3:00 PM15:00

Department of Energy Resources (DOER) Smart Program Review

When: Thursday, Sept. 5th, 3:00 - 5:00pm
Where: UMass Amherst Campus Center, Amherst Room, 1 Campus Center Way, Amherst

What: State Representatives Natalie M. Blais, 1st Franklin, Mindy Domb, 3rd Hampshire, and State Senator Jo Comerford will host the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) in Amherst to present their review of the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program and accept public comment on the new regulations. The SMART Program is established to support and incentivize the development of solar in Massachusetts. DOER recently completed its mandatory review of the program, and at the invitation of Representatives Natalie Blais and Mindy Domb, and Senator Jo Comerford members of DOER’s Renewable Energy Division will hold a stakeholder meeting in Amherst to present their findings and take public comment. More information about the SMART Program can be found here: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/solar-massachusetts-renewable-target-smart-program


Public comments can be submitted electronically to DOER.SMART@mass.gov, with the subject “400 MW Review Public Comments.” Comments should be submitted to DOER by Friday, September 20, 2019.

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Sep
4
5:30 PM17:30

Hampshire County: Restore the #Right2Vote for Prisoners in MA

When: Wednesday, September 4th, 5:30 to 7:30
Where:
First Churches of Northampton, 129 Main St, Northampton

What: Join Massachusetts Prisoners and Organizers Working for Enfranchisement and Restoration (Mass POWER) for our Hampshire County campaign kick off to restore the #right2vote to prisoners in Massachusetts. Learn more about this issue and about how you can support a campaign to get this issue on the ballot in 2022.

There will be food. All ages are welcome.

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Sep
3
6:30 PM18:30

Moms Demand Action Pioneer Valley Member Meeting - Holyoke

When: Tuesday, September 3, 6:30pm-8:00pm
Where:
Holyoke Public Library, 250 Chestnut St, Holyoke

What: Come check out our Pioneer Valley Moms Demand group and find out how you can get involved in the fight for sensible gun safety regulations and gun-safe communities\. Everyone is welcome - no need to be a mom to come to Moms Demand Action.

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Sep
1
3:30 PM15:30

Sanctuary in the Streets: Direct Action Legal Training

When: Monday, September 9th, 6:00pm-8:30pm
Where: Northampton Center for the Arts, 33 Hawley St, Northampton

What: This month’s general assembly of Sanctuary in the Streets (the avenue for activists and workers to engage with the work of Pioneer Valley Workers Center and Jobs with Justice in the upper valley) will be a legal training by Rachel Weber on non violent direct action.

We will also begin with a brief orientation to Sanctuary in the Streets and how to join and become voting member of the Pioneer Valley Workers Center.

Childcare provided.

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Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Sister District Postcard Writing

When: Thursday, August 29 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Where:
59 Shadowbrook Estates in South Hadley, MA

What: Write postcards for Hala Ayala in VA.  She's a current VA state delegate running for re-election.  There are 4 parking spots in the driveway, a few on the street, and 4 on the driveway across the way.  RSVP to boenel.verizon.net@send.mailchimpapp.com.

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Aug
28
8:30 AM08:30

State House Hearing on Firearms Bills - Boston

When: Wednesday, August 28, 8:30am-3:00pm
Where:
Massachusetts State House, 24 Beacon St, Boston

What: Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security Hearing on Firearms bills.

H2045 An Act relative to crime gun reporting and analysis
H2091 An act requiring live fire practice for a firearms license
A ghost guns bill [3D guns]

8:30 a.m. - Begin lining up to ensure we fill seats with red and orange t-shirts
10:00 a.m. Hearing begins - Hearing Room A2

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Aug
25
5:00 PM17:00

Dan McCready Special Election Letter-Writing

When: August 25, 5:00pm-7:00pm
Where:
Panera Bread, 935 Riverdale St, West Springfield

What: Write letters in support of Dan McCready. On Tuesday, September 10th, a midterm election redo pits solar entrepreneur Dan McCready against a nationally known homophobe and the author of North Carolina’s notorious Bathroom Bill. Join SwingLeft’s national campaign to elect McCready

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Aug
22
5:00 PM17:00

The Western Mass Area Labor Federation Launch Meeting

When: Thursday, August 22, 5-7 pm
Where: VFW, 18 Meadow St, Florence

What: The Western Mass Area Labor Federation (WMALF) invites all working people to our launch meeting. Join together across trade and industry for an introduction to the WMALF and strategize how to deepen solidarity and build power for the working people of Western Mass. The WMALF is an exciting new coalition that brings together workers and leaders to build a stronger and more unified voice for the more than 50,000 union members and the hundreds of thousands of non-union workers across Western Mass. Food provided and drinks available for purchase

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Aug
20
9:00 AM09:00

Climate Action Now's Carbon Pollution and Fee Rebate Group Meeting

When: Tuesday, August 20, 9-10:45 am
Where: Panera's, 335 Russell St (Mountain Farms Mall), Hadley

What: This is an important time to build on the success of gaining many co-sponsors on the carbon pollution pricing bills. Meetings focus on educating legislators and interested groups about carbon pricing. Get trained to meet with legislators and work with a statewide coalition focused on carbon pricing legislation.

For more information.
For questions or to get involved, contact Mary Jo Maffei at maryjomaffei22@gmail.com or 413-265-6390

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Aug
20
9:00 AM09:00

Climate Action Now's Carbon Pollution and Fee Rebate Group Meeting 


When:  Tuesday, August 20, 9-10:45 am
Where:  Panera's, 335 Russell St (Mountain Farms Mall), Hadley
What:  This is an important time to build on the success of gaining many co-sponsors on the carbon pollution pricing bills. Meetings focus on educating legislators and interested groups about carbon pricing.  Get trained to meet with legislators and work with a statewide coalition focused on carbon pricing legislation.  

For more information.

For questions or to get involved, contact Mary Jo Maffei at maryjomaffei22@gmail.com or 413-265-6390

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Aug
19
7:30 PM19:30

Indivisible Northampton Bimonthly Meeting - Action Meeting, Ranked Choice Voting

When: Monday, August 19, 7:30 - 8:45 pm (Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month.)
Where: 25 Mountain Laurel Path (Pathways Cohousing), Florence

What: Jeanette Rivera from Voterchoicema.org will run a training on how to collect signatures on a ballot petition drive to be prepared in the event we need RCV on the ballot, which would require collecting 120,000 signatures which would start the second week of September. Come learn about action groups, or start one.

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Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

Single-Payer Healthcare: others have it and we need it

When: Sunday, August 18, 1pm-3pm
Where:
Massachusetts Green Computing Center, 100 Bigelow St, Holyoke

What: Roundtable discussion on why Medicare for All’s time has come and what can be done to gain Representative Richard Neal’s full support. Panelists: Dr. Marty Nathan, Jerry Friedman PhD, Hon. Alex Morse, Stephanie Nakajima, Larry Cervelli, Russell Freedman, and Judith Atkins.

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