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Help Sally-Alice to Get the MOP!
Turning 91 on the second day of her walk from Albuquerque to Santa Fe beginning Monday, October 13, 8am at the Peace Center, Sally-Alice Thompson will join Rhana Bazzini (hiking 333 miles from Sarasota to Tallahassee) to embrace the spirit of the late campaign-finance reform activist Doris Haddock (Granny D), who gained fame by walking across the U.S. in 1999 in an effort to amend the Constitution and get the Money Out of Politics. Sally will host a breakfast at 9am at the Convention Center before continuing 4 miles north on 4 th Street. She plans on walking six miles per day ending at the Roundhouse on Oct. 25.
Walk is at www.facebook.com/sallyalicethompsonmops. Sponsored by the ABQ Center for Peace & Justice, Common Cause NM, Central NM Move to Amend, Veterans for Peace and a rapidly growing number of other organizations. See back page for related events.
Support peace and justice while getting rid of your clutter at home! Bargains galore! Find new treasures! See old friends! Clothing, jewelry, books, some furniture, political buttons and posters.
Drop off your donations of clean items in good, working condition to the Peace Center Wednesday thru Friday, Sept. 24 - 26 between 9am & 5pm. Please, no used computers or electronics.
Pre-sale for $10 admission the evening before the yard sale, on Friday, Sept. 26 from 5-7pm. Thanks for your support!
Saturday, September 27th
9am to 3pm
People who traveled on the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice tour to
Paso/Juarez in April will tell about experiences meeting with the Border Patrol, immigrants and deportees at the Wall and their interviews with people who servethem, including a doctor, a lawyer, small library staff, volunteers at Annunciation House and others. (See page 5 for Lily Hansen’s personal reflections about her immersion experience.)
We want to take more people on tours to witness the border, become involved and inform others about the horrendous conditions on our Southern Border. Come and help work at the local, state and national levels to change this intolerable situation- the most important civil rights issue in American today. If you wish, bring clothes or money to send to children attempting to cross the border into the U.S. We need to work together to help protect the children arriving in the U.S. and to respond to their basic needs. Border immersion experiences help us to understand the root causes that compel children to flee their homes and come to the U.S. Please join us Thursday, Aug. 21, 6-8pm at the Peace and Justice Center to learn more and lend a hand to help us in reaching out to these children. Refreshments will be served, contact Joanne Calkins 268-1733 or Mary Beth Howe (816) 516-1246 for info.
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Peace Center Supports March and Rally to End Police Brutality
On Saturday, June 21 st , hundreds of people marched peacefully from Roosevelt Park along Central
Avenue to Girard and back down Silver, passing in front of the Peace Center,
Palestinians & Israelis Visit Peace Center
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