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Neighborhood Networks Northwest Community Meeting

Sunday, January 29, 3 pm - January 29, 5 pm
Where: The First United Methodist Church of Germantown
6001 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

We'll continue the resistance organizing among folks in Northwest Philly that we began at our meeting in December. In particular we'll hear reports from each of the committees that we gave birth to on that day: Environment, Education, Public Banking, Trump Resistance, Ellison campaign, Turning Surburbs Blue. And we'll all have a chance to join the work.


"Always Forward, Never Back!”

Saturday, January 7, 9:30 am
Where: Arch St. United Methodist Church
55 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA

This is an ALL inclusive event, where you can meet other like-minded individuals and groups attending the Women’s March on Washington, as well as the PA state organizers.

We’ll hear from the ACLU about our first amendment rights, civil liberties and demonstrating at the Women’s March on Washington.

Dian Williams, a veteran Civil Rights advocate, will discuss preps for the march, what to expect the day of such a march and rally, and how to turn the moment into a movement. Check out the Facebook page for more info.


Philadelphia's Day Against Denial

Monday, January 9, 12 pm
Where: Senator Casey office
2000 Market St., Philadelphia, PA

On January 9th, people in all 50 states will send a message to every US Senator: reject President Elect Donald Trump's reckless climate denying cabinet nominees. In Philadelphia, we will gather at Senator Casey's office then march to Senator Toomey's office (just a few blocks away at 1628 JFK Boulevard) and deliver this message. Get more info and sign-up to attend here.


Our First Stand: Save Health Care

Sunday, January 15, 1 pm
Where: Temple University Front Plaza
3401 North Broad St (at Ontario St.), Philadelphia, PA

Democratic members of Congress, trade unions, senior citizen groups, health care activists and all those who believe in economic and social justice are organizing a day of action called “Our First Stand: Save Health Care.” Rallies will be held around the country and in Philadelphia it will be at Temple U.


Philly MLK Day D.A.R.E March

Monday, January 16, 11:30 am
Where: Independence Visitor Center
6th and Market Streets to Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church, 6th and Lombard, Philadelphia, PA

The March for a Better America will begin at the slave quarters on Independence Mall (6th and Market St.) at 11:30 AM and conclude at Mother Bethel AME Church (6th and Lombard St) for an outdoor rally. At the rally we will unveil our 21st Century Declaration of Rights which will call on politicians, community leaders, and common citizens to support the basic human rights we cherish like affordable housing, health care, and quality public education for all. Here's the Facebook page.


Senator Daylin Leach Resistance Forum

Wednesday, January 18, 6 pm
Where: Upper Merion Middle School
450 Keebler Rd, King of Prussia, PA

Join Senator Leach and advocates from across Pennsylvania for Daylin's Resistance Forum, where we'll discuss how we can protect all the progress we have made. Here's the Facebook page with details.

We'll learn how to lobby our elected officials and advocate for the policies we are passionate about. You'll have the chance to meet with experienced advocates from organizations that promote a variety of issues including civil rights, women’s health, and firearm safety. Most importantly, come to meet others who, like you, care deeply about protecting progress.


Women's March on Philadelphia

Saturday, January 21, 10 am
Where: Logan Square to Eakins Oval
, Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia will unite with Washington, D.C. and over 150 cities around the world for the historic Women’s March. We stand together in the birthplace of our nation, united with our partners, friends and children for the protection of our civil liberties, civil rights, and equality. Regardless of race, gender, age, ethnicity, religious affiliation, political party, immigration status, sexual identity or orientation, we come together in Philadelphia to represent the fabric of America, to voice our concerns, and to peaceably express our grievances.

For more info, check out the march website.


Women's March on Washington

Saturday, January 21, 10 am
Where: intersection of Independence Avenue and Third Street SW, near the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

In the spirit of democracy and honoring the champions of human rights, dignity, and justice who have come before us, we join in diversity to show our presence in numbers too great to ignore. The Women’s March on Washington will send a bold message to our new government on their first day in office, and to the world that women's rights are human rights. We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us. Check out the Facebook page for this event here.


Let's End Gerrymandering

Wednesday, January 25, 7 pm
Where: Arch Street United Methodist Church
55 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA

As things stand in Pennsylvania, voters don't pick their politicians. Politicians pick their voters. Districts are designed by party leaders to reelect legislators who support them and eliminate those who do not.

Carol Kuniholm of Fair Districts PA will speak about redistricting, how gerrymandering undermines democracy and what you can do to help. Learn about Fair District PA's plan to reform redistricting in Pennsylvania and how recent Federal court decisions and changes in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court may give Pennsylvanians the opportunity to take back control of our electoral process. There will be time afterward for Q & A and organizing as a regional group. Here's the Facebook page for the event.

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