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7:00 pm Mandela – Long Walk To Freedom
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Jun 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Mandela - Long Walk To Freedom @ Madelyn Helling Library
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11:00 am Peace and Justice Center monthly...
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Jul 18 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Peace and Justice Center monthly Board meeting @ Call for Location (530) 265-6207
The Peace and Justice Center board. Call for location, (530)265-6207. Welcoming new potential Board members
4:30 pm Women and Men in Black Vigil for...
Women and Men in Black Vigil for...
Jul 18 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Women and Men in Black Vigil for Palestine Justice @ Brunswick Shopping
Join the women and men in black in vigil for Palestine justice for just one hour, 4:30 to 5:30.   On the third Wednesday of each month we vigil at the corner of Brunswick Road[...]

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Nelson Mandela – Long Walk To Freedom

Mandela

Based on South African President Nelson Mandela’s autobiography of the same name, which chronicles his early life, coming of age, education and 27 years in prison before becoming President of South Africa and working to rebuild the country’s once segregated society.

“Long Walk to Freedom” shows Friday June 22, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Madelyn Helling Library, 980 Helling Way (near the Rood Center), Nevada City.   Come for the film, and stay for the discussion to follow.

$6.00-$10.00 suggested donation. Beverages and treats available.

What do the youth think?

  take a moment

 

“In the same way that there are limitations on the first amendment  where you can’t cry fire in a crowded theater, you shouldn’t be able to get an AR15 or any weapon that can kill a number of people if you are a mentally unstable individual, if you are a person with a criminal background or somebody with a history of domestic violence.  I don’t get what’s so hard for these legislators to understand.  It’s a sensible gun control that both sides can support, but they suddenly can’t because they are bought by the NRA.”

David Hogg
senior at Marjory Stonemason Douglas High School,
MSNBC Feb 26, 2018

 

“Politicians who sit in their gilded House and Senate seats funded by the NRA telling us nothing could have ever been done to prevent this…

WE CALL BS

They say that tougher gun laws do not decrease gun violence…

WE CALL BS

They say a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun…

WE CALL BS

They say guns are just tools like knives and are as dangerous as cars…

WE CALL BS

They say that no laws could have been able to prevent the hundreds of senseless tragedies that have occurred…

WE CALL BS

That us kids don’t know what we are talking about, that we are too young to understand how the government works…

WE CALL BS

If you agree  register to vote,  contact your local congress people – give them a piece of your mind.”

Emma Gonzales
student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
CNN Feb 17, 2018
 

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