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Capitalism vs The Climate, 350CT and others to protest the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline in New Haven

10 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturday, March 23 Join Capitalism vs The Climate, 350CT, and others on the green across from the TD Bank at 994 Chapel St., New Haven, to protest the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline! TD Bank is one of the biggest financiers of the pipeline–let’s tell them to stop funding dirty, unsustainable energy and start putting people and the ...

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People’s Parade for Peace, Equality, Jobs, Environmental Stewardship, Social & Economic Justice 2 p.m. Sunday, March 17, Boston

People’s Parade for Peace, Equality, Jobs, Environmental Stewardship, Social & Economic Justice Unite, Participate, Celebrate Assemble: 2pm. Parade start: 3pm Contact: Veterans for Peace, Pat Scanlon, info@massvfp.org, 978-475-1776; Massachusetts Peace Action, Cole Harrison, info@masspeaceaction.org, 617-354-2169 Web: smedleyfvp.org Twitter: @SmedleyVFP Facebook: www.facebook.com/smedleyvfp Please join us for our Third Annual Saint Patrick’s Peace Parade, the Alternative People’s Parade for Peace, Equality, Jobs, ...

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Video Discussion with Bill McKibben 7 p.m. Sunday March 10

As you probably know, despite the recent #FORWARDONCLIMATE Rally, the State Department released an environmental report saying the pipeline posed no environmental problems. This Sunday, March 10th, there will be a video discussion with Bill McKibben and 350.org staff about climate strategy in the weeks and months ahead. Who: Bill McKibben, 350.org staff, and You! What: Video Discussion on Climate Strategy Where: 311 DeLoreto Hall ...

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The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident, March 11-12, NYC | PSR

March 11, 2013 – March 12, 2013 New York City, New York Location: The New York Academy of Medicine A unique, two-day symposium at which an international panel of leading medical and biological scientists, nuclear engineers, and policy experts will make presentations on and discuss the bio-medical and ecological consequences of the Fukushima disaster, will be held at The New ...

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Peace through music: Heartbeat to perform at 3 p.m. Sunday March 3, Yale University | Yale Daily News

“When you play music, you can’t offend anyone or hurt people, but you can make people feel your passion,” said Siwar Mansour, an 18-year-old Palestinian violinist and ukulele player in Heartbeat: The Israeli-Palestinian Youth Music Movement. Consisting of Israeli and Palestinian musicians ages 17 through 21, Heartbeat will be visiting Yale this Sunday on the group’s debut tour in the ...

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We need you in Washington, D.C. March 2 to stop war in Iran | Fellowship of Reconciliation

“Shaping Tomorrow Together” — that’s the theme for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) annual conference this weekend in Washington, D.C. For decades, the “tomorrow” AIPAC has been shaping has been one of war, occupation and apartheid at the expense of human rights, justice, and international law. Their tomorrow is a continued push for war with Iran. Their tomorrow ...

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Amnesty International Annual General Meeting and Human Rights Conference March 22-24, Washington D.C.

From March 22-24, you’re invited to do so in a major way during Amnesty International’s Annual General Meeting and Human Rights Conference. We’ll gather just minutes away from Washington, D.C. in the beautiful city of Bethesda to tackle some of most pressing human rights issues and questions facing our world today. You’ll be able to connect with leading human rights ...

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The Peacemakers by Karl Jenkins, 3 p.m., Sunday March 3, 2013, Newtown

The Peacemakers by Karl Jenkins ~ plus ~ Fantasia on Greensleeves by Ralph Vaughan Williams ~ and ~ Nimrod (from “Enigma Variations”) by Sir Edward Elgar Winter 2013 Concert Notes Tina Johns Heidrich, Conductor Joseph Jacovino, Jr., Accompanist Holy Cross High School Girls Choir, Lyn Nagel, Director Connecticut Master Chorale Orchestra Sunday March 3, 2013 – 3:00pm St. Rose of ...

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New Haven Peace Commission and Exhibit of International Anti-War Cartoons March 11-22 | par-newhaven.org

The City of New Haven Peace Commission, in collaboration with Gateway Community College, will commemorate its 25th Anniversary by sponsoring a two-week exhibit of the winning submissions to the acclaimed International Contest of Anti-War Cartoons. After traveling throughout Europe, the exhibit will officially open on Monday, March 11 and continues through the March 22, 2013, with a reception at 5 ...

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