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  • Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 06:00 PM
    250 W. Huron Street in Cleveland, OH

    Phonebanking with Clevelanders for Public Transit

    Clevelanders for Public Transit plans to hit the streets outside polling places for the November election.

    We'll be meeting to discuss logistics and then phone bank CPT membership to join us!

    Stop by and make a few calls. Solidarity.

    All Aboard Ohio's office is located above the American Greetings store in Tower City.

    Hosted by Clevelanders for Public Transit

  • Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 06:00 PM
    House of Blues in Cleveland, OH

    Make America Blues Again - A Fundraiser for IndivisibleCLE

    IndivisibleCLE presents Make America Blues Again- A stop on the Flippin' for the Blues Tour

    Boston's infamous acid blues band, Bees Deluxe and L.A. blues legend, Sam Hooper join forces to benefit IndivisibleCLE. Come for drinks, activism, and red hot music all to help make America a lot more blue.
    Doors open at 6:00PM

    Location: Foundation Room

    Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at the door.

    ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARDS ACTIONS THAT HELP DEMOCRATS GET ELECTED ON NOVEMBER 6TH.

    IndivisbleCLE unites progressive groups in Northeast Ohio to create a vibrant community of motivated, educated voters.

    ---We work with like minded progressive groups in the area. Indivisible CLE demystifies congressional advocacy, empowering Americans to become active participants in their Democracy.

    ---We organize classes, trainings, and events to educate people on the legislative processes and causes that need our support. Indivisible CLE advocates for a legislative agenda that positively impacts all Americans.

    ---We are active in our community, planning and attending different forms of protest and activism throughout Northeast Ohio.

    Follow IndivisibleCLE on Twitter & Instagram @indivisible_cle

    Follow IndivisibleCLE of Facebook :https://www.facebook.com/indivisiblecle/
    If you have not yet read the Indivisible Guide, you can download it at www.indivsibleguide.com

    Learn more about Flippin for the Blues here: http://www.flippinfortheblues.com/

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  • Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 04:00 PM
    ICE Offices in Brooklyn Heights, OH

    ICE Interfaith Vigil 10/18

    A group of clergy—Jewish, Islamic, Christian, other-- and others concerned for immigrants in our community are organizing weekly interfaith prayer vigils at the Immigration, Customs & Enforcement (ICE) office . This is a step of prophetic faith witness, and we are fortunate to find many neighbors in this city who are trusted partners in this work and share our belief that faithfulness requires prophetic action in situations of where abuse of power and great suffering exist. Please join us each Thursday if you are able.

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  • Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 05:00 PM
    Mid-Term Phone Banking

    Mid-Term Phone Banking

    Let's get people voting! Come help with phone banking every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at our office.

    The phone banking starts October 6th through November 3.

    Hours:
    Tuesday and Thursday: 5 pm to 8 pm. Saturday 12 - 3.

    Bring a laptop if you want to connect to auto dialer. Make sure you bring your cell phone and charger.

    Bring a friend or two! Share some snacks, water and other treats.

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  • Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 06:00 PM
    Lakewood Civic Auditorium in Lakewood, OH

    Grab Em By the Midterms Rally

    The Grab ‘Em By the Midterms Rally aims to harness the energy and activism shown by women since the 2016 election to support Democratic candidates who will stand up for women and our rights.

    This is a RALLY, not a fundraiser. Registration to this event is required, but it is free.

     

    Hosted by Grab 'Em By the Midterms Rally

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  • Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 06:30 PM

    Faith Spotted Eagle - Traditional Leadership from Mother Earth

    We are honored to welcome Native American activist and environmentalist Faith Spotted Eagle (Ihanktonwan Dakota), who provided Indigenous leadership during the gatherings at Standing Rock and protests against the North Dakota Access Pipeline. The Mni Wiconi (“water is life”) was an historic convergence of numerous American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes, as well as supporters and onlookers. Spotted Eagle will share the story of the protest and explain how Traditional Knowledge and beliefs provide a profound and enduring framework for social justice.

    Free and open to the community; a light reception will follow. Co-sponsored by SJI and Native Cleveland with the Beamer Schneider Professorship in Ethics. RSVP to socialjustice@case.edu.

    At the Tinkham Veale University Center, 11038 Bellflower Road, in Cleveland.

    Jeremy Bendik-Keymer Susan Dominguez Native-Cleveland Native American Cultural Garden Cuyahoga Valley Native Sons & Native Daughters Lake Erie Native American Council Social Justice Institute of Case Western Reserve University

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  • Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 09:30 AM
    John Carroll University in University Heights, OH

    OFTN Teach-In and Expo: Dismantling Economic & Environmental Racism

    Initiated in 2005, the Ohio Fair Trade Teach-In & Expo brings people together from across the region to learn about and become more involved in supporting FAIR TRADE – a model for socially and environmentally conscious consumerism.

    The Global Fair Trade Marketplace is comprised of 40 vendors selling clothing, artisan crafts, jewelry, food, and drink products.

    Our speakers include Katherine Nagasawa, the creator of film “Beyond the Seal; ”Nicole Vitello, the President of Oke USA/Equal Exchange Bananas; and Virtually anything that is produced according to Fair Trade principles from anywhere around the world you can find here at John Carroll on October 20.

    Learn more and register (free!) at ohiofairtrade.com and https://www.irtfcleveland.org/calendar/ohio-fair-trade-teach-expo-2017

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  • Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 10:00 AM
    24302 Gessner Road in North Olmsted, OH

    Canvass & Lit Dropping North Olmsted

    You're Invited!
    Please join us in North Olmsted. Meet up on Sat. 10/20 at 10am & 1pm & Sun. 10/21 at 12N on behalf of Susan Moran Palmer for Congress! Your choice whether to canvass voters or to distribute campaign literature ('Lit Drop'). We will have lists & instructions for both. All are welcome! Only 3 weeks left! Can also be done during the week or at a time that's best for you. Contact Bruce Robinson at robins123@gmail.com or 440-206-8464.

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  • Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 12:00 PM
    Mid-Term Phone Banking in Lakewood, OH

    Mid-Term Phone Banking

    Let's get people voting! Come help with phone banking every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at our office.

    The phone banking starts Saturday October 6 and goes until November 3.

    Hours:
    Tuesday and Thursday: 5 pm to 8 pm. Saturday 12 - 3.

    Bring a laptop if you want to connect to auto dialer. Make sure you bring your cell phone and charger.

    Bring a friend or two! Share some snacks, water and other treats.

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  • Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 03:00 PM
    UCC in Cleveland, OH

    Indian Taco Fundraiser

    COMMITTEE OF 500 YEARS OF DIGNITY AND RESISTANCE
    INDIAN TACO FUNDRAISER

    Please support our fundraiser. We appreciate your support help.

    DATE: Saturday, October 20, 2018

    TIME: 3:00 PM TO 7:00 PM
    WHERE: DENISON AVENUE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 9900 DENISON AVE, CLEVELAND, OH 44102

    INDIAN TACO - $7.00
    FRY BREAD - $3.00
    WATER, COFFEE, TEA, POP - $1.00

    Please rsvp me at ferneellen@sbcglobal.net, put “Indian taco fundraiser” in the subject line.
    We need to know how many folks are coming so we don’t run out of Indian Tacos or fry bread.
    There will be buttons and t-shirts for sale.
    Printed resources are free.

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