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Posted: February 24th 2011
Crowds in Wisconsin have swelled to more than 70,000, with more expected today. What the protesters are doing in Wisconsin is working.
Workers who are under attack—and the communities that know and respect them—have created such a powerful show of solidarity that all 14 Democratic members of the Wisconsin state Senate left the Senate chambers in protest, indefinitely delaying a vote on Gov. Scott Walker’s anti-worker bill. And Republicans are starting to waver.
This is the kind of strength it takes to win. We need to make our voices heard whenever and wherever attacks occur, in Wisconsin and in our own states.
Watch the video—it’s a few minutes, but worth every second.
Then, sign the AFL/CIO statement of solidarity.
Posted: February 15th 2011
The Quad Cities Civil Rights Watch invites you to attend an informal discussion, “How the hypothetical demise of the dollar could impinge on our civil rights.”
Tuesday, February 15th, 7pm – St John’s United Methodist Church locate at the corner of Brady and 14th St in Davenport – Please use east side door. For more information contact Jose Bucksbaum at 563-355-0901
Posted: February 14th 2011
Journey: A meditation on Slavery is on display at the library, Scott Community College, through March. A series of fifteen photographs by artist Ann Hailey, each is accompanied by text selected from African American spirituals. These were on display last summer at the Bettendorf Public Library.
Posted: February 11th 2011
Hope to see everyone at the coffeehouse this month! It’s happening Friday, February 11th from 7-10pm at First Lutheran. As usual we will have refreshments, thank you to Libby and Sara. All donations will benefit the St. Joe’s Evening Meal. Bring your friends, a song to sing, a poem to read, or just bring your good ol’ self. Call Wanda 309-788-9661 or Chris 309-7863464 for any questions.