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Tori Hogan author of Beyond Good Intentions

Wednesday, October 10, 7pm – Non-Fiction Tori Hogan author of Beyond Good Intentions: A Journey into the Realities of International Aid ($16.00 Seal Press) Young and idealistic, Tori Hogan travels to Kenya as an intern for Save the Children, intent

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Uhuru – Stop Obama’s Wars

Sunday, June 10, 9:00am “Stop Obama’s Wars: Occupy Imperialism!” Uhuru Solidarity Movement National Convention The theme of the 2012 National Convention of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) is “Occupy Imperialism: Crisis, Resistance and Solidarity with the Liberation of Africans and

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EVENT CANCELED

Wednesday April 4, 7pm – Film & Discussion Bayard Rustin was born 100 years ago.  A new film, Brother Outsider, and a new book, I Must Resist, have both come out this year to commemorate the centennial. We will screen

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Wade Rathke in Discussion

Friday, March 23, 6:30pm – Non-Fiction Wade Rathke in Discussion Wade founded and ran ACORN from 1970 until 2008, and since then has directed ACORN International, working in a dozen countries around the world, mostly in megaslums in India, Kenya,

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The Nation Magazine Discussion Group Presents Eugene McCarraher on The End of Capitalism

Sunday, January 15, 11am – Discussion The Nation Magazine Discussion Group Presents Eugene McCarraher on The End of Capitalism and the Wellsprings of Radical Hope Eugene McCarraher, Associate Professor of Humanities and History at Villanova University was published in a

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Support Midwives! Party and Fundraiser to support the ACNM-PAC

Saturday, December 10, 7:30pm – Suggested Donation: $10 for students. $15 for all others* Support Midwives! Party and Fundraiser to support the ACNM-PAC Live Music! Silent Auction! 50/50 Raffle! Food and Drink! The ACNM Midwife-PAC raises the voices of midwives

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Matt Meyer author of Seeds of New Hope: Pan-African Peace Studies for the Twenty-first Century

Saturday, December 10, 1pm – Non-Fiction Matt Meyer author of Seeds Bearing Fruit, Seeds of New Hope and Time is Tight: Transformative Education in Eritrea, South Africa, and the U.S.A Pan-African Peace Action for the Twenty-First Century edited by Elavie

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ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE and ENSURING your RIGHT to PROTECT the EARTH

Wednesday, November 30, 7pm – Non-Fiction ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE and ENSURING your RIGHT to PROTECT the EARTH Margaret Motheral was forced from her home in East Mt Airy in 2006 when the City of Philadelphia dug up a contaminated industrial site

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Hope for Afghanistan Comes in Small Steps – A Talk by Budd MacKenzie founder of Trust In Education

Tuesday, November 1, 7:30pm – Non-Fiction Hope for Afghanistan Comes in Small Steps A Talk by Budd MacKenzie founder of Trust In Education “As we withdraw our military forces from Afghanistan, most people are asking, “What will happen to Afghanistan?”

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Class Warfare – Part 4

Thursday, October 20, 2011, 7:00pm Class Warfare in Philadelphia – Part 4 – Unions and the Public Sector 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund Auditorium, 100 S. Broad Street, 10th floor 7:00pm: The David Harvey animated lecture 7:15: Panel Discussion with:

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