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Stop The Frack Attack -Rally In DC
July 18, 2012, 8:08 am
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Stop The Frack Attack -Rally In DC

July 28, 2012
The U.S. Capitol
Washington D.C.

From California to New York, from North Dakota to Texas, people across the country are converging on the U.S. Capitol to tell Congress, the President and the world to end the rush to drill and STOP THE FRACK ATTACK.

JOIN — a nationwide coalition of citizens, communities and organizations declaring the time is NOW to use our collective power to end oil and gas drilling that harms public health, water and air quality, and the climate.

Revolution Against Climate Catastrophe
July 16, 2012, 8:49 am
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Revolution Against Climate Catastrophe

Wednesday Jul 25, 7PM @ Red Emma’s

From Red Emmas:

Red Emmas is excited to welcome Institute for Anarchist Studies and AK Press author, Javier Sethness-Castro, to present on the newly released fourth title in the highly-acclaimed Anarchist Intervention Series: Imperiled Life: Revolution Against Climate Catastrophe. 

In Imperiled Life, Javier Sethness-Castro theorizes an exit from the potentially terminal consequences of capital-induced climate change. This proves to be both a collection of reflections on the phenomenon of catastrophe—climatological, political, social—as well as the possibilities of overcoming disaster.

Sethness-Castro presents the grim news from contemporary climatologists while providing a reconstructive vision inspired by anarchist intellectual traditions and promoting critical thought as a means of changing our historical trajectory.

Join this important discussion at Red Emmas.

The World Without Us – Discussion
July 15, 2012, 10:32 am
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The World Without Us – Discussion

Ever wondered what the world would be like without people?  Join the discussion at Atomic Books Reading Club July selection :

The World Without Us – Discussion
Wednesday, July 25.
7:30PM. Atomic Books.
Hampden, Baltimore.

This year the Atomic Books reading club has selected the theme of APOCALYPTIC READING. On the last Wednesday of each month, they get together to discuss a different book.

For news and updates, join the Atomic Books Facebook group.

Forks Over Knives – Free Film Screening
July 15, 2012, 10:09 am
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Forks Over Knives – Free Film Screening

Forks over Knives Free Film Screening
July 24, 2012, 7-9pm
Location: Govans Presbyterian Church,
5828 York Road, Baltimore

Film screening sponsored by CLF’s Baltimore Food and Faith Project.

Charm City Farm & Garden Tour
July 8, 2012, 8:00 am
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Charm City Farm & Garden Tour

Charm City Farm & Garden Tour
July 28, 2012, 2 – 8:00pm
Location: Cylburn Aboretum
4915 Greenspring Ave., Baltimore

From Parks and People:

Join us for the 3rd annual Charm City Farm & Garden Tour! This year’s tour will explore and celebrate gardens of Baltimore’s west side.

Choose from either the bicycle tour or charter bus tour options or just join in the fun at the party afterwards. The post tour garden party will be filled with locally sourced supper, live entertainment, a produce contest and awards for outstanding gardens throughout the City.

Tours will depart from Cylburn at 2:00pm and the party will begin at 5:00pm. Cost for tours are $15 for the bike tour, $20 for the bus and $2 for the party. Space is limited on the bus tour so please RSVP as soon as possible.

Please RSVP. For more information and to RSVP, email or call (410) 448-5663 x128.

The Charm City Farm & Garden Tour tour is held in partnership with Baltimore Green Space, Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks, CGRN (Community Greening Resource Network), Farm Alliance of Baltimore City, Parks & People Foundation, University of Maryland Extension (UME) and UME Baltimore City Master Gardeners.

Training Session For Activists
July 5, 2012, 9:34 am
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Training Session For Activists

Counterpower, Discussion Of Real Change With Activist Tim Gee
Thursday, July 10th, 7pm
Red Emma’s
800 St. Paul St. Baltimore

Change can and does happen. But why is it that some campaigns succeed while others fail? Is it luck, or is there a common strategy unifying those that have achieved their aim, and what can we learn from the past? In Counterpower, activist Tim Gee seeks to get to the root of how change happens by taking an in-depth look at the strategies and tactics that have contributed to the success (or otherwise) of some of the most prominent movements for change from India’s Independence Movement to the Arab Spring. He concludes that any campaign is winnable in theory, but only if we are aware of our power.

About the Author: Tim Gee delivers training sessions for political activists. He studied Politics at Edinburgh University, where he was also active in the student movement. Tim has also contributed to several campaigning guides and manuals. This July, Tim is due to embark on a tour of the US to promote Counterpower and campaign for social change, after completing an extensive UK tour.