Signal boost: Black people discriminated against in immigration reform (Article by Dr. Ron Daniels, Institute of the Black World)
From the The Shawn Greenwood Working Group:
Thank you to everyone who came out for last Tuesday’s community conversation at the A.M.E. Zion Church. We were able to put Mayor Myrick’s proposed replacement of Gino Bush as a commissioner on the Community Police Board (CPB) into the larger context of systemic racism. Common Council will vote on this issue on Wednesday, June 5, and we need your help.
This conversation can’t stop here.
Show Up! Speak Out!
Wednesday, June 5th, 6pm, Common Council Meeting
City Hall, 108 E. Green Street
Please come at 6pm and fill out a card to have your voice heard in the public comment.
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Art Opening Friday, April 5th – Ink Shop Printmaking Center
People’s History: This show, curated by Ryan Clover-Owens, will feature artwork from the Just Seeds Artists’ Collective, a group of contemporary artists who have addressed a myriad of topics in the “Celebrate People’s History” series, from Emma Goldman and Malcom X to the Occupation of Alcatraz and the Zapatista uprising in Mexico. The show is an educational program of the Durland Alternatives Library at Cornell University and is comprised of about 60 posters.
Ink Shop Printmaking Center (2nd floor)
at Community School of Music and Arts
330 MLK Street / E. State Street 1st floor
Legacy Foundation Gallery Hallway Ithaca, NY 14850
Ink Shop Hours: Tuesday to Friday 12 -6 PM, Sat 12-4 PM; CSMA Hours: Monday-Thursday 10-6 and Friday 9-5
Contact: The Ink Shop 607 277-3884
Email: email@example.com Web site: www.ink-shop.org
An ally is a person who stands up for those who are oppressed, even when that’s the unpopular thing to do. We vegans might primarily consider ourselves allies to animals, but hopefully we’re allies to oppressed human beings, too – and we can certainly learn from allies in other movements. Oppression is oppression is oppression.
Here’s an ally whose speech is close to my heart, since I’m queer and in love and wishing my country (and not just my state) would recognize Shira and I as married women. Get ready for a beautiful statement of support and love from Washington State Rep. Maureen Walsh (a Republican).