progressive calendar 07.05.11
From: shove001 (
Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2011 11:14:39 -0700 (PDT)
1. Shutdown     7.05 1pm
2. Ken Pentel   7.05 2:30pm
3. Pastors/Cuba 7.05 6pm
4. Open salon   7.05 6:30pm
5. uhcan        7.05 7:30pm

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From: Meredith Aby <riot369 [at]> + Subject: Shutdown 7.05 1pm

Protest to Demand the legislature & Gov Dayton keep âSecure Communitiesâ
out of the MN budget talks
Tuesday, July 5th @ 1:00 pm @ MN Stat Capitol, St. Paul

Join us at the Capitol to send the message âNo budget deal on the backs of
immigrants! No more deportations in Minnesota!â In the last-minute late-June
negotiations between the governor and the legislature to try to avoid a
government shutdown, the legislatureâs
proposal<>to the
governor from June 29 appears to include the Secure Communities
deportation program as part of an overall âcompromiseâ package deal. Gov.
Dayton rejected their proposal, but clearly we need to keep up the pressure
to make sure that attacks on immigrants are not part of the final compromise
on the budget to end the shutdown. Info: No More Deportations

*We recently were invited to have **Cynthia McKinney** speak in **Minneapolis
on Saturday, July 9th**. We know this is short notice, but she has an
important anti-war message we'd like you to hear. McKinney has recently
returned from **Libya** and was there during the US/NATO bombing campaign of
Tripoli. It is rare that we get the chance to hear first hand accounts of
this new war. Please try to come. *
-The Anti-War Committee

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From: "Ken Pentel" <kenpentel [at]>
Subject: Ken Pentel 7.05 2:30pm

Dear Supporters and Trackers of the Ecology Democracy Network,

Please contact me ( kenpentel [at] , 612/387-0601) if you will be coming
to any of the outreach opportunities below.

Tuesday, July 5 th
Network Council
We will convene to offer recommendations, ideas, organize, and build
relationships leading towards fulfilling the Network mandates.
Common Roots Cafà , 2558 Lyndale S., Minneapolis, MN 55405 (26 th and Lyndale)

Join me for door knocking in Minneapolis Ward 6
Thursday, July 7 th
Network Council
Common Roots Cafà , 2558 Lyndale S., Minneapolis, MN 55405 (26 th and Lyndale)

Door knocking in Ward 6

Saturday, July 9th
Introduction to the Ecology Democracy Network
Whittier Park 425 , 26 th St, Minneapolis 55405
Look for me with my bike at one of the picnic tables .
If it rains we will meet inside park building or may reconvene at Common Roots
Call: 612/387-0601.

Ken Pentel
Director of the Ecology Democracy Network
P.O. Box 3872 Minneapolis, MN 55403
kenpentel [at]
(612) 387-0601

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From: lydiahowell [at]
Subject: Pastors/Cuba 7.05 6pm

Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba Send-off, July 5th
22nd Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba Send-off!
Join the fun!
***Tuesday, July 5, 2011, 6:00 pm***
St. MarkÃÂÂs Episcopal Cathedral
519 Oak Grove Street
(Hennepin Avenue & Loring Park)
$10 donation
Cuban dinner Program, refreshments

Featured Speaker: DR. LUIS BARRIOS Professor at John Jay College in New York; columnist at El Diario/La Prensa; boardmember, IFCO/Pastors for Peace.

Dr. Barrios is a passionate exponent of the use of nonviolence to
challenge unjust laws and policies. He is a former missionary and was a
priest at St.  MaryÃÂÂs Church in West Harlem.  He has also been jailed
for protesting at the U.S. militaryÃÂÂs School of the Americas and has
written extensively on social justice issues.

Also Cuban music of Viviana Pintado
with RenÃÂ Dance Studio dancers
for more info: Call 763-228-2899,
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From: patty <pattypax [at]> + Subject: Open salon 7.05 6:30pm

Tuesday, July 5, Open Conversation
Pax Salons ( )
are held (unless otherwise noted in advance):
Tuesdays, 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Mad Hatter's Tea House,
943 W 7th, St Paul, MN

Salons are free but donations encouraged for program and treats.
Call 651-227-3228 or 651-227-2511 for information.

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From: Joel Albers <joel [at]> + Subject: uhcan 7.05 7:30pm

due to the monday holiday, next UHCAN-MN mtg, is TUESDAY, July 5, 7:30pm,
Walker Church, 3104
16th ave S., mpls (1 block from Bloomingtom ave and lake Street), lower

items so far:
1.Reportback of tabling at the Pride Festival
2.State government shut-down. Affect on health care services, actions,
networking ?
             Expanding on a tent city at the capitol.
3.Economic development, non-legislative approaches: funding for community
prevention, creating self-funded health insurance pools, other DIY.
4.resources for tabling at your neighborhood art fairs, parades, festivals,
ice cream socials,corn feeds. we want to organize a retreat to do workshops on: importance of
direct action, action networks, art & activism,media, etc. to prepare for upcoming actions ?
              coffee/tea, snacks,


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