PEACE AND JUSTICE
FEBRUARY 02, 2013;
10:00 AM to 2:30 PM
South Texas College (Weslaco), Student Services Bldg. F
THE NEW FACE OF AMERICA
NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE
Teaches philosophy at Lamar University in Beaumont. He lectures widely on several issues: Aztec and Chicano culture, Toltec mythology, prison issues, and the philosophy of Che Guevara. His presentation will be on the long fight over Chicano Studies.
Executive Director of Grassroots Leadership and the author a new study condemning Operation Streamline. His presentation in on Operation Streamline, a menacing “immigration enforcement” policy, which has been condemned by Libal and his organization in a recently circulated report.
All Day: A Children’s Play- Peace and Protection of Mother Earth.
All are welcome, the event is free and lunch is provided. Come early if you want to set up a display.
(More info: email – Erik Toren (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bob Fowler (email@example.com or call Nick and Linda Braune (956-246-8193)
This event is sponsored by People for Peace and Justice of the Rio Grande Valley, a coalition of individuals and organizations opposed to violence, lies and greed. We welcome opportunities to include others who share our commitment.
You can find our web page at: http://peoplepeacejustice.blogspot.com/
PfPJ thanks all the community groups who participated during the past gatherings
are participating this year:
All Souls Unitarian Universalist church of Brownsville; Amnesty International, South Texas College chapter; ARISE; BARCA; Call to Action RGV; Comite de Apoyo; Flor de Nopal Sangha; Food Not Bombs, South Texas College chapter; Holy Spirit Peace and Justice Community; McAllen Ministerial Alliance; Iglesia Menonita Buenas Nuevas (Good News Mennonite Church); Islamic Society of South Texas (McAllen Mosque); La Union del Pueblo Entero (LUPE); Masjid Arridwan (Edinburg Mosque); MEChA/ACLU; Military Families Speak Out; Mujeres Unidas/Women Together; Partido Socialista del Valle; Pax Christi; Planned Parenthood; Proyecto Azteca; Proyecto Libertad; Rio Grande Valley Friends (Quakers); Rio Grande Valley Islamic Center (Weslaco Mosque); San Antonio Council on American-Islamic Relations; Sierra Club; Socialist Workers Party; Southwest Workers Union; South Texas Civil Rights Project; Stonewall Democrats of the Rio Grande Valley; Students for Peace, UTPA; Students for Peace and Change, UTB; Texans for Peace; Texas Coalition Against the Death Penalty; Texas RioGrande Legal Aid; Unitarian Universalist Church of Corpus Christi; Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hidalgo County; The Socialist Forum; World Peace Alliance. Coalition of Immokalee Workers; Pan Am Students for Medical Spanish; No Border Wall, Valley Interfaith, International Socialist Organization, Pax Christi, Sierra Club, Texas for Peace, and Occupy McAllen.
(PEOPLE FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE APOLOGIZES IF WE HAVE LEFT OUT ANY PARTICIPATING GROUPS. PLEASE LET US KNOW; AND WE WILL ANNOUNCE YOUR PRESENCE IN THE FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
People for Peace and Justice meets monthly at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (14th and Nebraska in San Juan) at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month. Meetings are open to all who want to help.
For information or suggestions, email Erik Toren (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bob Fowler
\(email@example.com) or call Linda and Nick Braune at (956)-246-8193