Saturday, February 25, 7-9:00pm. Fundraiser for Standing Rock with political prisoner Red Fawn Fallis. The Brick House Community Resource Center, 24 3rd Street, Turners Falls, MA. Red Fawn is a political prisoner of the struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline. She is a Lakota water protector and medic facing felony charges stemming from an arrest during the attack on the peace encampment at Standing Rock in North Dakota on October 27, 2016. Come see videos by the West Coast Women Warriors Media Coop and others. See: http://indi.com/freeredfawn. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, February 26, 11:30am. “The United States Under a Trump Presidency: What It Will Mean to Greater Holyoke”. Congregation Sons of Zion (378 Maple St., Holyoke) will host State and Local politicians for a moderated discussion. State Senator Don Humason, Jr., State Senator Eric Lesser, State Representative Aaron Vega, and Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse will participate in the panel discussion. For more information: 413-534-3369, www.sonsofzionholyoke.org.
Thursday, March 2, Noon to 1:30pm. When Democracies Turn Authoritarian. Join us for an interactive discussion with Dr. Maria J. Stephan, whose groundbreaking work on strategic nonviolence outlines effective ways to defend democratic ideals and institutions when countries begin to drift towards authoritarianism. Smith College, 10 Elm Street,
Room CC 103/104, Northampton, MA. Go to: https://www.facebook.com/events/375465736163810/
Wednesday, March 8, 6:45 to 9pm. International Women’s Day event at First Churches, Lyman Hall, 129 Main Street in Northampton. ContactSusan: 413-665-8246