Community Forum: Deconstructing the Current Events in Palestine/Israel


The news media paints a confusing picture of recent events in Palestine/Israel, about the tragic kidnapping of three Israeli teens, and the subsequent military crack down, killing and arrests by the Israeli on the Palestinian population of the West Bank and Gaza, and revenge kidnapping by unidentified Israelis. This forum seeks to get behind the confusing headlines to understand what has taken place and the terrible human and political impact it is having on the Palestinian population.

Community Forum:
Deconstructing the Current Events in Palestine/Israel

Sponsered by:
Jewish Voice for Peace-ABQ,
Students for Justice in Palestine, and
Friends of Sabeel, Albuquerque

Tuesday, July 15, 7 - 8:30 PM

Albuquerque Peace and Justice Center

A Teach In with Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb

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A Teach In with Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb

Tuesday, July 15, 7pm

At the Peace Center

Join us for a teach in featuring Rabbi Lynn Gottlieband others about connections between police violence, economic inequality, and oppression of Palestinians. They will also call upon the Albuquerque City Council to take a first step against injustice.

March to End Police Brutality

  Albuquerque Demands Justice and Accountability

Groups and individuals in Albuquerque are organizing a large march against police brutality, and hope you will join us!

Details will be posted as they are agreed upon by this large coalition, made up of families of victims of APD and many social justice organizations.

June 21st 2014

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Roosevelt Park

1398 Coal Ave SE (at Sycamore)

ABQ NM 87106

Visit the Event page on FaceBook
Hosted by Albuquerque PD in Crisis

It's Time to Eat Cake!

Everyone is invited to Celebrate our new entry with cake and beverages at the Peace Center.

Friday, June 6th

Between 4pm and 6pm

We'll see you there!

Celebrate the Earth Festival with the Co-op

For two dozen years it has been the La Montanita Co-op's great pleasure to create a community celebration that provides an opportunity for us all to come together. The 24th Annual Celebrate the Earth Festival on Sunday, April 27 th in Nob Hill is a chance to get your bedding plants, talk to and learn from the farming and gardening experts in our midst, get educated on the important environmental issues we face, get active and take action to make our community and the world a better place for us all to share. As always you can expect a fun and inspiring time filled with information and education booths from dozens of environmental, social and economic justice organizations, local farmers, seedlings, drought resistant plants, beautiful art from fine local artists and crafts people, inspiring performances from some of our favorite local artists and of course great Co - op food. At the Celebrate the Earth Fest in Nob Hill , our little street fills up quickly, so please reserve your booth space early. We do give first priority to environmental, social and economic justice non - profit organizations and farmers and farming organizations. Artists and crafts people must make and sell their own art (no kits or imports allowed), be Co - op members, be juried if they have not set up with us before and be willing to participate in the ―placement lottery.‖ Some of our artists, activists and farmers will be setting up in front of Immanuel Presbyterian Church, our long time community partner and Earth Fest co - sponsor. Watch for more info in the April Coop Connection News on the fest, or visit http://lamontanita.coop/24earthfest .

To reserve your FREE space contact Robin at 217 - 2027, toll free 877 - 775 - 2667, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Note: The Peace Center will be tabling and could use some volunteers to help staff it. Call 268 - 9557 if you are interested in helping cover a shift.


Medicine for the People by the People The Third Annual Day of FREE Health Care for the Community

Endorphin Power Company, 509 Cardenas St. SE Saturday, April 5, 2014 We hope to empower each other with awareness about health justice and our inherent right to heal and be cared for during times of illness and transition. This event is in- tended to be part of a movement to change the model of health care pr ovided in our community. We will be serving those who live in fear of limited or no access to health care, as well as those who have had no success with the health care provided to them. We will make available knowledge and exposure to many forms of health care avail- able within our community. By providing exposure to and education in many paths of wellness, we wish to freely share what we believe is innately human: a right to heal! We believe that all seekers of wellness, mind, body, and spirit may find empowerment and freedom. 11am -- Ceremony Noon to 6pm -- Treatments Treatments include reiki, acupuncture, massage, limpias, ayurveda, blood pressure checks, diabetes consultation, food as medicine kitchen, and more! We are looking for volunteers to help the day of the event as well as healthy food donations for our ―Food as Medicine‖ kitchen. Please contact Ilse Biel at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (505) 507 - 4940 if you can volunteer or donate food. For more info : http://unoccupyabq.org or http://on.fb.me/1e7xGix

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