PHILLY & PA ACTION:
"Democracy Now" IS HERE on WYBE, Channel 35
The Cuban Revolution's influence on Latin America today
PennEnvironment : Volunteer for a New Energy Future
September and October are shaping up to be a very busy time for "Code
VOICES FROM THE MIDDLE EAST
A Palestinian/Jewish Israeli Theater Initiative by Muhammad Ahmed Zaher
and Billy Yalowitz
PHILLY BEYOND OIL 2006 ((& scroll down to see Tons of Other Good
Action Alert: Call Congress Today to Sign Declaration!
202-224-3121 (9-5 Eastern)
The Senate Can Stop Torture - FCNL & Amnesty International-
Legislative Action Message
Prisoner Visitation and Support: A Unique Ministry
[education-not-incarceration]-Work with Youth to Build Our Movement
DO YOU REALLY WANT TO PUT AN END TO SWEATSHOPS?
Dole Socks it to workers!
ZIMBABWE: GLOBAL DAY OF SOLIDARITY CALLED FOR FRIDAY
An invitation from Jerusalem-Sabeel's Sixth International Conference
NARAL Pro-Choice America/ WANT TO SUPPORT REAL FAMILY VALUES?
PHILLY & PA ACTION:
"Democracy Now" IS HERE on WYBE, Channel 35
9p.m., Mon & Thurs; / 10 a.m., Tue & Fri; 7 p.m., /
Sat (repeat Fri)7PM
Philly Socialist Action presents:
The Cuban Revolution and its continuing influence on Latin America today
What are the next steps in the Latin American revolution? How can the
struggle be moved forward? What lessons can socialists in Latin America
and the US draw from the example of Cuba? What are the prospects for
revolutionary renewal in Cuba?
Speaker: Jeff Mackler, National Secretary of Socialist Action and
candidate for US Senate from CA. Time:
Saturday, September 23 @ 11 am (bagels and coffee will be served from
Place: The A-Space, 4722
Baltimore Ave, West Philly
Contact: email@example.com or 609.558.1869
PennEnvironment : Volunteer for a New Energy
Are you interested in volunteering to get Congressional candidates'
support for a bold, new energy future? We've teamed up with the
Progressive Voter Network and our organizer, Clayt Freed, will contact
you and let you know how you can help out.
To get involved, click on
the link or paste it into your web browser:
We're asking candidates to support a new energy future, including the
* Saving one-third of the oil we use today by 2025. Through improved
gas mileage, better transportation choices and clean fuels, we could
save more than twice the amount of oil we import from the Persian Gulf.
* Harnessing clean, renewable homegrown energy sources like wind, solar
and alternative fuels for at least a quarter of all energy needs by
* Helping America save energy with high-performance homes, buildings
and appliances so that by 2025 we use 10 percent less energy than we do
* Investing in the New Energy for America Initiative. Triple research
and development funding for energy-saving and renewable technologies so
we can accomplish these goals.
September and October are shaping up to be a very
busy time for "Code Pinkos".
1. The City Council resolution to put a question on the ballot about
bringing the troops home failed, Four reps voted against
it. They are: Krajewski (D, District 6), Kelly (R), Rizzo
(R at large), and O'Neill (R District 10). Kathleen O'Donnell
will write an open letter from Code Pink, thanking the reps who voted
in favor of the resolution and taking to task those who voted
against. Philadelphians are urged to call these four and
tell them how disappointed we are by their vote on this resolution.
Councilwoman Joan Krajewski,
Room 506 City Hall, Phila 19107 215-686-3444
Councilman Jack Kelly, Room
594 City Hall, Phila, 19107 215-686-3452
Councilman Brian O'Neill,
Room 562 City Hall Phila 19107 215-686-3422
Councilman Frank Rizzo
Jr, Room 582 City Hall Phila, 19107 215-686-3440
2.Thursday Sept 21st 7:30 PM 2nd & Market Code Pink delegation at
candlelight vigil. Wear pink . Bring a candle in a
windproof holder (put pink paper around the glass?)
3. Monday Sept 25th - Declaration of Peace day of actions.
Gathering at 10:30 at 4th and Race where Specter's office is and
marching west. Somewhere around noon, the crowd is expected to be
across from City Hall - 1 South Penn Square -the Weidner Building on
the Northeast side of City Hall where Santorum's office is
located The civil disobedience action will take place
there. Code Pink will stand in support with those risking arrest.
4. Tuesday Sept 26th. Cindy Sheehan at the Free Library -
5. Saturday October 7th 1:00 outside the Petco at Grant and Roosevelt
Boulevard. Gather to hang the pink Don't Buy the War price tags
at the stores there, including the Wal-Mart. If folks needs a
ride, they should call (215-474-4081 box 4 or reply via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org)- several cars are available. June Cohen is
checking the location to be sure there is a Wal-Mart there.
6. Weds October 18th 4:30 at the Federal Building (between
6th & 7th on Market St) Code Pink Undesecrating the Flag - flag
washing action. House of Grace Catholic Worker Group hosts
a weekly vigil at this location against the war. Mary Jo is
checking with them, but she felt sure they would welcome a Code Pink
presence with the flag undesecrating theme.
7. Next Code Pink meeting = Sunday October 29th at noon
30th Street Station. South side with tables and chairs... Peace Z
VOICES FROM THE MIDDLE EAST
Saturday, September 30, 2:30 - 4:30
Stapeley in Germantown 6300 Greene St. (at Washington Lane) recreation
Najib Yateem, President of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the
Intern in the national
office, previously intern at WILPF's U.N. office & former campaign
coordinator, Gender and Human Rights at
the Women's Studies Center in East Jerusalem.
Nachshon David Mahanymi
Peace and Justice activist
and cofounder of the Philadelphia Tikkun community.
Moderator: Libby Frank- Women Challenge U.S. Policy: Building
Peace on Justice in the Middle East.
Wednesday, September 20
4:30-7:30 p.m. PCCY's Picnic in the Park
Smith Playground, East Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, PA
Please rsvp for free picnic supper For info, call 215-563-5848 x.11.
7:00 p.m. The Camden 28 (film) International
House, 3701 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA
$10 admission ($8 students/seniors, free to Scribe Video members)
Sponsored by Scribe Video Center For info, see www.scribe.org.
Thursday, September 21
12:00-1:00 p.m. "Combating Crime in Philadelphia:
Causes & Solutions" with Dr. Lawrence Sherman
Racquet Club of Philadelphia, 215 South 16th St., Philadelphia,
Sponsored by the Philadelphia Committee on City Policy
Cost is $32 (includes lunch) For info, email email@example.com.
6:00-8:30 p.m. Sustainable Architecture: How
Building Green is Transforming the World
Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Ben Franklin Parkway,
For info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
6:30-8:30 p.m. Antiwar Rally & Candlelight
Camden County College, Rte. 70 & Springdale Rd., Cherry
Hill, NJ -info, email@example.com.
7:30 p.m. International Peace Day Candlelight
Meet at Christ Church, 2nd & Market Sts., Philadelphia, march to
Federal Building (6th & Market Sts.) For info, call 610-544-1818.
Friday, September 22
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Training: "Building
Strong Community Partnerships"
Sheraton Park Ridge, King of Prussia, PA Sponsored by the PA
Department of Education
For info, to register see http://www.21stcclc.org.
7:00 p.m. Public Forum: "From US War and Racism
in the Middle East to Racism and War Against Working People at Home"
LAVA, 4134 Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia, PA Sponsored by the
Philadelphia Anti-War Forum and Philly Socialist Action For info, email
Saturday, September 23
8:00 a.m. March to the White House to Demand Freedom for the Cuban Five
Buses leave Philly from 30th & Market Sts. For info, see
11:00 a.m. "The Cuban Revolution and its
Continuing Influence on Latin America today"
A-Space, 4722 Baltimore Ave., Philadelphia, PA For info, email
11:00 a.m. Executive Committee & Green
Council of the Green Party of NJ
Cyber Spot, 610 East Landis Ave., Vineland, NJ For info, email
Sunday, September 24
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. White Dog Cafe
Foundation's Fair Food Project Presents: Green Meadow Farm Tour
Carpooling available--trip is to Lancaster County Cost is $25,
kids 6 and under free, kids 7-15 half price For info, email
2:00 p.m. Picnic on the Beach
End of JFK Blvd., Sea Isle City, NJ Sponsored by Vegetarian
Society of South Jersey
Bring your own beach chair/blanket For info, call Jane at 609-272-1975.
2:30 p.m. "Democracy" a series of short videos
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 26th & the Parkway, Philadelphia, PA
Free with regular museum admission For info, see www.termite.org.
Monday, September 25
10:30 a.m. Gather to Declare Peace
Meet at Old First Reformed Church, 4th & Race Sts.,
Philadelphia, march to Federal Building, then Santorum's Office (some
will face arrest) For info, call 610-544-1818.
3:00-6:00 p.m. PICC Annual Meeting: "Hazleton
& Beyond: Immigration Policy at the Local & State Level" 1199C
Training and Upgrading Fund, 100 South Broad St., 10th floor,
For info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
4:00-6:00 p.m. White Dog Cafe Foundation's Fair
Food Project Presents: 1st Annual Local Food Expo
Reading Terminal Market, 12th & Filbert Sts., Philadelphia,
PA info, email@example.com.
6:00-8:00 p.m. Jobs with Justice Quarterly
Steering Committee Meeting
AFSC, 1501 Cherry St., Philadelphia, PA For info, email
7:30-8:30 p.m. Neighbors Association for a
Better Riverfront General Meeting
Old Brick Church, Marlborough & Richmond Sts., Philadelphia,
PA info, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, September 26
noon Prayer Vigil to End Handgun Violence
Capitol Steps, Harrisburg, PA- legislative visits following the
vigil, and have a 2 p.m. rally in the rotunda. Buses from Philly info
by calling 215-923-1940 or see www.september26rally.org.
Wednesday, September 27
10:00 a.m. Interracial Task Force
COMHAR, 100 West Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia, PA For info, email
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Networking Meeting for Out of School Time Staff
United Way of SEPA, 7 Ben Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA For
info, call 215-898-0793.
7:00 p.m. Caught in the Crossfire: Children
& Violence in Philadelphia (with moderator Dr. Michael Eric Dyson)
Central Library, 1901 Vine St., Philadelphia, PA
Sponsored by PCCY & the Free Library of Philadelphia For info, to
RSVP call 215-567-7710.
Thursday, September 28
7:00 p.m. Center City Amnesty International
Ethical Society, 1906 S. Rittenhouse Sq., Philadelphia, PA For
Friday, September 29
6:30 p.m. Film Screening: "Sir! No Sir!"
Collingwood Library, Haddon & Frazier Aves., Collingswood,
7:30 p.m. Poems Not Prisons Open Mic
A-Space, 4722 Baltimore Ave., Philadelphia, PA For info, call
Saturday, September 30
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Community Power!
Stiteler Auditorium, Arcadia University, 450 S. Easton Rd., Glenside,
PA For info, see www.poex.org.
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Citywide Family Resource
Fair: "Students, Schools, Families & Communities: Building Toward
Success"- School District Administration Building, 440 North
Broad St., Philadelphia, PA For info, email email@example.com.
9:30 a.m. Neighborhood Networks Conference:
"Doing Politics from the Ground Up"
Temple University Law School For info, see www.phillynn.org.
1:00 p.m. Town Hall Meeting on "Quality Jobs,
Quality Home Care"
St. James United Methodist Church, 199 E. Tabor Rd.,
Refreshments Served For more info, call 215-425-6548.
Tyler School of Art at Temple University and
Peace Child Israel present
Six Actors in Search of a Plot - A Palestinian/Jewish Israeli Theater
by Muhammad Ahmed Zaher and Billy Yalowitz- Directed and choreographed
by Billy Yalowitz,
original Palestinian-Israeli and Jewish-Israeli cast!
PHILADELPHIA PERFORMANCES, Oct 10 - 15*:
Oct 10, 8 pm. Temple University, at Conwell Dance Theater.
5th floor, Conwell Hall, NE Corner of N. Broad St & Montgomery Ave.
No tickets; Donation at the door. Limited Seating
Available. Free with Temple University ID
Oct 13, 14, 15 at 8 pm plus Oct 15 at 3 pm Painted Bride
Art Center, 230 Vine Street. Tickets: $25 (Group Discounts
Available) For info, visit www.paintedbride.org or call 215-925-9914
*Group rates are
available for all performances. For more information,
contact Jane Stojak at
215-760-0230 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
PHILLY BEYOND OIL 2006:
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, through the Peace and Concerns Standing
Committee and Earthcare Working Group, is co-sponsoring Philly Beyond
Oil 2006, Saturday, October 14, 9 to 4 at the 4TH & Arch Street
Meeting House. The focus will be on a vision for adapting our lives and
communities to provide for food, shelter, and transportation in a time
of much higher energy costs and greater regional self-reliance.
More info at 215-219-5158 or www.fossilfreephilly.org
Call Congress Today to Sign Declaration!202-224-3121
Here is a script you can follow when you make your call:
Ask to speak to the Legislative Aide in charge of Iraq policy. If you
get their voicemail, ask them to call you back. Polls show that a
majority of Americans, Iraqis and US troops are ready for Congress and
the president to set a timetable to end the war and bring the Troops
home. I am calling to encourage Rep. (or Senator) X to listen, and work
for a comprehensive, principled and rapid plan to end the war.
Specifically, I am asking Rep (or Senator) X to sign the Declaration of
Peace Congressional pledge, which was hand-delivered to your office
yesterday. The pledge asks members of Congress to support these bills:
In the U.S. House:
H.R. 4232: End the War in Iraq Act Introduced by Rep. Jim McGovern
H.Con.Res.348: Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to
accomplishing the mission in Iraq Introduced by Rep. Mike Thompson
H.Con.Res.197: No Permanent Bases in Iraq Introduced by Rep. Barbara
In the U.S. Senate:
S.Con.Res.93: Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to
accomplishing the mission in Iraq Introduced by Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA)
Will the Representative (or Senator) support the Declaration of Peace?
Will the Representative (or Senator) support any of the legislation I
Please let us know how your Representative and Senators respond to
these calls! It is especially important if any offices tell you that
they will sign the Declaration of Peace! We will need to follow-up with
them! Report on your calls to Congress@declarationofpeace.org
p.s. -- There are hundreds
of Declaration of Peace events around the country starting this week!
Visit the Declaration of Peace Events Calendar. http://www.declarationofpeace.org
Phone: 773-777-7858 / E-mail: email@example.com
The Senate Can Stop Torture - FCNL & Amnesty
International- Legislative Action Message
Read this alert online: <http://www.fcnl.org/action/2006/lam0918.htm>
Congress is in a bind. Many members of Congress are opposed to any
legislation that would condone torture, secret prisons, or other
programs that would undermine U.S. security, and violate the moral
principles on which this nation was founded. But member of Congress are
under pressure because the president is arguing that these techniques
are necessary for the defense of the United States.
Hearing from their constituents now could help them resolve this
dilemma and do the right thing. Please contact your senators today to
let them know you oppose brutal, inhuman and degrading.
Write or call 1-800-AMNESTY and speak out against torture and
Torture is Not Acceptable, Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
Support "Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions", the Supreme Court
has upheld international law calling for fair trials and prohibiting
torture and other cruel and degrading treatment. I urge the Senator to
maintain this ruling by rejecting any proposals that would weaken the
Geneva Conventions, allowing for unfair trials and ill-treatment of
people in detention.
Order FCNL publications and
"War is Not the Answer" campaign bumper stickers and yard signs.
Friends Committee on
National Legislationfirstname.lastname@example.org- http://www.fcnl.org
We seek a world free of war and the threat of war* We seek a society
with equity and justice for all
We seek a community where every person's potential may be fulfilled* We
seek an earth restored.
Prisoner Visitation and Support: A Unique Ministry
Prisoner Visitation and Support (PVS) is the only nationwide,
interfaith visitation program with access to all federal and military
prisons and prisoners in the United States. Sponsored by 35
national religious bodies and socially-concerned agencies (consisting
of Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim and secular organizations), PVS
seeks to meet the needs of prisoners through an alternative ministry
that is separate from official prison structures.
PVS was founded in 1968 by Bob Horton, a retired Methodist minister,
and Fay Honey Knopp, a Quaker activist, to visit imprisoned
conscientious objectors. In its first five years of service, PVS
volunteers visited over 2,000 conscientious objectors. PVS was
encouraged by the war resisters to visit other prisoners and, today,
PVS visits any federal or military prisoner wanting a visit.
Today, PVS has 300 volunteers who visit at more than 90 federal and
military prisons across the country. The visitors make monthly
visits to see prisoners who rarely, if ever, receive outside
visits. PVS visitors also focus on seeing those prisoners with an
acute need for human contact: those serving long sentences, those
frequently transferred from prison to prison, and those in solitary
confinement and on death row. No other group has this access.
PVS is very selective in appointing local volunteer visitors, who are
appointed only after a personal interview with one of the two PVS
visitor recruiters. Visitor training is provided by ongoing
contact with the PVS national office, a PVS training manual, a PVS
video, and an annual workshop. PVS visitors must:
Be able to visit regularly,
at least once a month.
Be good listeners, who reach
out to prisoners in a spirit of mutual respect, trust and
acceptance. Be aware not to impose their religious or philosophical
beliefs on prisoners.
Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking, says, "PVS does good
work and I should know that. I had the privilege of addressing
the PVS visitors at their annual training workshop in Leavenworth,
Kansas, in 1994." Since PVS does not seek or receive any government
money, so as to be independent of the prison system, it is dependent
upon donations, which are tax-deductible, from individuals and
congregations. If you know of anyone who might wish to make a
donation to PVS, or who might be interested in becoming a prison
visitor, please let PVS know by writing to:
Prisoner Visitation and Support: 1501 Cherry Street;
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Email: PVS@afsc.org / Phone: (215) 241-7117; Fax: (215)
with Youth to Build Our Movement
YOUTH ORGANIZERS, PARENTS, EDUCATORS, YOUTH, COMMUNITY MEMBERS:
Volunteer or Work with Young People in Your Life to Help Build a
Movement to Stop Students from Being Pushed Out of School into Prison.
(You don't have to live in Oakland to participate!)
As you have been reading, Education Not Incarceration
(www.ednotinc.org) is in an exciting growth phase.
We are a national movement based in Oakland. In the last two months we
have established chapters all over California and some in other parts
of the country, we have built a national office, from donations and
love, and we have taken huge steps in furthering the development of our
campaign to stop students from being pushed out of school into prison.
If we are to build a movement that will truly change the way young
people are treated, then young people must be at the center of creating
How you can help:
1. VOLUNTEER: We need people to help with a partnership with East
Oakland Community High School work to run a class 1 time per week Mon,
Tues or Thurs from 1:45-3:45 beginning in October to engage
students in one of the below programs or one of your/their creation. We
need people to help with a documentary on pushouts that students at
Youth Sounds at McClymonds will be creating. Finally, if you aren't
available for this work, but would want to develop your own
after-school or in school program, we can help link you with youth to
2. WORK WITH YOUNG PEOPLE IN YOUR LIFE: Youth organizers, educators,
parents, youth: engage young people in your life in one of the programs
listed on the back of this flyer or create your own!
Call us at 510.533.3204 or e-mail email@example.com
WAYS FOR YOUTH TO GET INVOLVED:
1. Start your own after school group to address the issue of students
pushed from school to prison.
2. Youth Leadership Council: Organize yourself and youth from
throughout your area to participate in a ENI Youth Leadership Council
to develop the direction of ENI and what actions will most effectively
address the issue of pushouts in your community.
3. Mentorship: Youth mentor younger youth in your community, tutor
them, provide them with positive ways to live.
4. Work with Incarcerated Youth: Build relationships with incarcerated
youth, make sure they feel valued and supported.
5. Research: Research the issue of students being pushed out of school
into prison and successful programs to stop this trend; turn your
6. Mobilization: Develop a community calendar and inform and mobilize
ENI members to attend events such as migrant rights marches, rallies
for equitable schools, lobbying against prison growth, cultural
7. Art/Music/Video: Create something that expresses the issues facing
young people today that can be used to spread the word about the
Education Not Incarceration movement and get more people involved!
8. Chapter Creation: Help other cities establish chapters by helping
them plan their first meetings, develop agends, outreach to their
community, creating a vision for their work and an infrastructure and
of action to make their vision happen.
9. Economic Independence: Develop a program and work with community
members to develop skills to become economically independent with the
ability to live a happy and healthy life.
10. Fundraising: Work with our fundraisers or initiate your own
programs to write grants, hold benefit concerts, send letters, phone
fundraising (we could arrange for your group or the
youth involved to keep part of what you raise).
11. Communication: Develop literature, t-shirts, banners, building our
website, tabling at events
12. Media: Help get the word out! Write letters to the editor, organize
press events, outreach to the media about events taking place, build
relationships with reporters.
13. Office Development: Integrate better technology into our office,
find donations, organize working office systems, help answer and return
e-mails, help us expand our space.
14. Community Partnerships: Work with some amazing community groups in
your area; groups like Peoples Grocery (www.peoplesgrocery.org) that is
working to help young people develop healthy and sustainable ways
15. Conference Planning: Help organize a national conference to bring
together ENI chapters and other organizations to develop a national
strategy on the issue of pushouts and build a national infrastructure
16. Your Own Project!! Come up with your own plan and present it to us.
Anything positive is welcome!
Education Not Incarceration,
Education not Incarceration
DO YOU REALLY WANT TO PUT AN END TO SWEATSHOPS?
Last month we did a survey and of the more than 2,000 of you that
responded, fully 50% expressed an interest in buying union-made
No Sweat is doing fantastic things, including a new line of clothing
to be released made by unionized Palestinian workers in the West Bank
city of Bethlehem.
With the winter holiday season fast approaching, I urge all
all readers of this message to visit the No Sweat site and start
your orders. If you're serious about putting an end to
sweatshops, you'll buy something here today:
Dole Socks it to workers!
On Thursday this week, Dole (the world's largest fruit company)
its 50th birthday in Costa Rica. In spite of Dole's corporate
about social responsibility, the fact is that its workers continue to
harassed and even sacked for joining trade unions. In the last
months, for example, hundreds of workers at Dole's banana suppliers
Ecuador have lost their jobs; hundreds more are on strike. Dole
unions across Latin America are calling on all of us to send off a
and clear message to the company, today:
Please spread the word -- let's flood their corporate headquarters with
ZIMBABWE: GLOBAL DAY OF SOLIDARITY CALLED FOR
The International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) is
for an international day of action on Friday, 22 September, to
worsening anti-union repression in Zimbabwe. Full details of
the latest news from the front lines are here:
Greetings and an invitation from Jerusalem-
Sabeel's Sixth International Conference, Nov 2-9 in Palestine and
The theme of the conference is "The Forgotten Faithful: A Window into
the Life and Witness of Palestinian Christians in the Holy Land."
The conference will differ from previous Sabeel conferences in that it
will be a "roving" conference. It will begin in Jerusalem and move to
Bethlehem, Jericho, Ramallah, Nazareth, and the Sea of Galilee in
addition to a number of smaller Christian villages around Ramallah and
in the Upper Galilee. Through lectures, workshops, worship and
excursions in the Holy Land, the conference will provide a unique
opportunity to encounter the realities that Christians in Palestine and
Israel face on a daily basis. Registration is open for one
more month for this conference. You can find more information including
a draft program, speakers and conference updates on Sabeel's website
www.sabeel.org and register on our website. If your
schedule does not allow you to attend, please encourage others to be
with us and follow the conference summaries on our website.
We thank you for your interest and support and hope to welcome you in
Jerusalem in November.
Sabeel , Ecumenical
Liberation Theology Center , P.O. Box 49084, Jerusalem
Fax: 972-2-5327137 - E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
NARAL Pro-Choice America/ WANT TO SUPPORT REAL
What would YOU want your child to learn in health class -
scientific facts or right-wing propaganda? If you want honest,
accurate sex ed to be taught in our schools, work with your
local school board. Check out our easy instructions for making a
* * * * * * * *
The late Paul Wellstone urged people to 'Vote For What You Believe In.'
He also said, 'The future will not belong to those who sit on the
sidelines. The future will not belong to the cynics. The future belongs
to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.