Maryland Public Service Commission for the BGE issue!
WEEKENDS I DO NOT BLOG.....THESE ARE SOME POLITICAL ACTIONS:
Right to Housing Alliance Resident Meeting
Submitted by Jessica on Mon, 02/11/2013 - 11:59am When: Monday, February 25, 2013 - 6:30pmWhere: Park Heights Community Health Alliance, 4151 Park Heights Ave
At these weekly meetings, residents are able to work together for real solutions to the problems of housing in Baltimore, and speak to an attorney if they need to.
If you or someone you know is facing eviction, join us at a weekly meeting. If you are interested in volunteering (can you help residents with rides to the meetings?) there are loads of opportunities to help out.
Meetings occur every Monday at 6:30pm at the Park Heights Community Health Alliance, 4151 Park Heights Ave.
Contact us at 443.863.9607 or email@example.com
WWP Forum- How Can We Stop Police Terror!
Submitted by StevenCeci1 on Sat, 02/23/2013 - 6:59pm When: Monday, February 25, 2013 - 7:00pm to 9:00pmWhere: Baltimore Solidarity Center, 2011 N. Charles Street 1st Fl
Hear Larry Hales – Contributing editor of Workers World newspaper and national
organizer for Peoples Power Assembly speak on: How Can We Stop Police Terror!
Participating: Anthony Anderson Sr. and Maurice Johnson families
This forum is part of our Black History Month series.
For more information: 443-221-3775
I DO NOT SUPPORT MUCH OF WHAT PROGRESSIVE MARYLAND PROMOTES AS THEY ALWAYS TAKE THE ISSUE SHORT OF NECESSARY GOALS........THEY ARE THIRD WAY. BUT JOINING IN ON THE ISSUE ALWAYS HELPS.......TELL PROGRESSIVE MARYLAND WE NEED THEM ADVOCATING FOR A NEW POLITICAL SET OF INCUMBENTS........NOT SHOUTING OUT FOR THE SAME INCUMBENTS EVERY ELECTION!!!!
FROM THE PENTAGON BUDGET
-- Annapolis must weigh in!
Sign the Petition to Congress then
RSVP to join us at these 2 actions:
- Annapolis Tues. Feb. 26, 11:30 am sharp
- Capitol Hill Thurs. Feb. 28, 11am
Join LBS for our second annual Black History Month Debate:
Chris Dorner: Revolutionary or Murderer?
We'll be dispelling the myths behind the case and educating people on what the motivations and intentions of Chris Dorner.
When: 2/27/2012 at 7PM
Where: Morgan State University, Communications Building, RM 101
The event is FREE and there will be FREE food.
Click here to stay updated with event info:
Tuesday February 26th, 2013 6:30 - 8 pm
General Meeting of Get Money Out - Maryland (GMOM):
- PRESENTATION / DISCUSSION ON MONEY IN POLITICS: ‘OPPORTUNITIES FOR REFORM
FROM DC TO ANNAPOLIS’
Jennifer Bevan-Dengal, Executive Director, Common Cause – Maryland, and
Michael W. Lore, Citizen activist with ties to Common Cause, Public Citizen, Rootstrikers and the Maryland General Assembly.
The Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation, 4 E. University Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21218-2437 (with parking lot).
Sign-up on the Facebook Event Page.
View the Flier.
Baltimore City Council to Consider Resolution on Hyatt Regency Baltimore!
The Baltimore City Council is considering a resolution urging the Hyatt to uphold its agreement with the City to directly hire all workers at the hotel and to enter into a Labor Peace agreement, similar to the one signed by the Hilton Baltimore, to protect the City’s interests as the owner of the hotel.
The Hyatt is owned by the City of Baltimore and is supposed to regularly pay money to the City. When the hotel was built, the City included in its management agreement that Hyatt must directly hire all employees. Hyatt is violating that lease and breaking its promise to Baltimore by insisting that more and more of our brothers and sisters work for subcontractors for lower wages and with no access to Hyatt benefits. When Hyatt spends money fighting union organizing, that is money which should instead be going to the City.
Come Make Your Voice Heard!
Wednesday, March 6th
Baltimore City Hall, City Council Chambers, 4th Floor
100 N. Holliday
(Picture ID is required for admission to City Hall.)
PS - Check out this recent article from In These Times, "Fired Hyatt Workers Win There Jobs Back"
UNITE HERE Local 7, 1800 N. Charles Street, Suite 906, Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Healthcare is a Human Right - Maryland Healthy Lives. Healthy Community. Join Healthcare Now-Maryland and members of our campaign on March 4th 7-9 pm at the Diocesan Center in Baltimore (N. Charles & University Parkway) for a presentation by Dr. Walter Tsou, past president of the American Public Health Association and former Health Commissioner of Philadelphia, on the pressing need to improve our healthcare system beyond the Affordable Care Act. Specifically, Dr. Tsou will be sharing the crucial moral and economic reasons why we must work towards universal healthcare in Maryland and throughout our country.
This event will provide an opportunity to educate ourselves further in preparation for the Community Dialogues we are beginning to organize across the state. Beginning in April, counties around Maryland will be organizing large public forums where Marylanders from diverse communities will share their health care stories, realize they are not alone, and join the growing grassroots movement to ensure this healthcare crisis does not continue!
We hope y'all can join leaders from throughout the state on March 4th to learn details of why we must fight for our human right to health care, and why we cannot afford to settle for current "reform" that exacerbates inequality and emphasizes profit over people.
When: Monday, March 4th . 7-9 pm Doors Open & Snacks Start at 6:30
Where: 4 E. University Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21218 (Intersection of Charles St. & University Parkway)
The 5th annual Zeitgeist Day
Submitted by DonnaSimone on Fri, 02/01/2013 - 6:46pm When: Saturday, March 9, 2013 - 12:00pm to 5:00pmWhere: Space 2640
2640 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
The 5th annual Zeitgeist Day is being represented in Baltimore by the TZM - Maryland Chapter and is focusing this year on coalition building with other like minded activists groups from around the region. This will be a great opportunity to meet other activists and extend your network beyond just a single affiliation. Presentations will be given from:
Baltimore Green Currency
Adam Kokesh (Adam Vs. the Man)
Transition Town - Media, PA
Station North Tool Library
and more to be announced!
Come rub elbows with some of the best and brightest in the local counter-cultural movements and learn about some new and exciting projects. This is a FREE EVENT that will include light refreshments. Donations are welcome and appreciated but your attendance is worth your weight in gold.
the event page https://www.facebook.com/events/475287342539219/
YOU'LL NOTICE THAT MARYLAND'S RUPPERSBERGER IS BEHIND THIS. MARYLAND IS GROUND ZERO FOR ALL THAT IS SECRET POLICING AND INVASION OF PRIVACY!!! THIS IS ONLY ONE OF MANY MARYLAND CENTERED PRIVACY ISSUES
PLEASE CALL ALL OF YOUR INCUMBENTS TO SAY WE DO NOT WANT MARYLAND TO BE GROUND ZERO FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES VIOLATIONS!!!!
In less than 24 hours more than 60,000 of us have told Congress to respect our privacy rights and kill CISPA 2.0.
Congressmembers are pushing this bill hard. We need to push back -- and fast.
Will you use these links or forward the email below to ask your friends to join the fight?
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CISPA is back.
Remember when we defeated the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) last year? Well, it's back with a vengeance. The leading Republican and Democrat on the U.S. House Intelligence subcommittee re-introduced the cybersnooping bill this week. We beat it once. We can beat it again. Click here to tell your lawmakers to support privacy and oppose CISPA. To refresh your memory, Demand Progress co-founder Aaron Swartz called CISPA 1.0 a Patriot Act for the Internet. But now they've rebooted the effort, and Rolling Stone says that with CISPA 2.0, "Congress is trying to kill Internet privacy again." The bill gives companies like Verizon and AT&T protection from customers' lawsuits when they give the Feds information about your Internet use. Amazingly, Congress and big businesses are claiming they need to violate our privacy to protect us from Iranian and Chinese hackers, but they refuse to put any basic privacy protections in writing. CISPA would undermine our basic rights and jeopardize our privacy online. Click here to tell your lawmakers to oppose to it. CISPA sponsor Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger even said at a hearing this week that he didn't see any reason why businesses needed to hide your personal data from the government. Already over 200,000 Demand Progress members have contacted Congress to oppose this bill, but we need your help again. Help us defend Internet privacy from the latest assault by Congress and big business. Click here to tell your lawmakers to oppose CISPA 2.0 Please urge your friends to take action by forwarding this email or using these links:
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