[act-ma] 11/01 “How to Get Trump Out Without Surrendering to the Parties of War & Wall Street”with Jill Stein- music by Magpie

Charlie Welch cwelch at tecschange.org
Thu Oct 29 07:23:41 PDT 2020

CCB Sunday-Nov. 1ST @11AM:“How to Get Trump Out WithoutSurrendering to 
the Parties of War & Wall Street”with Jill Stein- music by Magpie
Here is what's happening virtually in November & December at Community 
Church of Boston!

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November 1ST, 2020
at 11:00 AM & More*

*“How to Get Trump Out Without
Surrendering to the Parties of War & Wall Street”
with Jill Stein*

In this historic moment, people are rising up like we haven’t seen for 
generations. From wildcat strikes to rent boycotts, there is a growing 
revolt against the rapacious oligarchy that’s brought crises in 
virtually every dimension of our lives. But how can we rise up in the 
halls of power as well as in the streets? And how do we get Trump out of 
the White House without the deadly consequences of voting for the lesser 
evil? Join us for a pre-election power up for people, planet and peace!

•*Jill Stein* was the Green Party’s presidential candidate in 2016 and 
2012. She is an organizer, physician and environmental health advocate. 
She was the first presidential candidate to call for a Green New Deal, 
free public higher education, a student debt bailout, reparations and 
demilitarization through a foreign policy based on human rights, 
international law and diplomacy. Read more about Jill here. 

*Music by Magpie*
Since 1973, Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner have brought their unique 
sound and versatility to audiences everywhere, featuring traditional and 
vintage Americana to stirring original compositions.

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*CCB Sunday Programs coming in November & December at 11AM* For more 
details go to our website 

*11/8 - **“A Transforming Moment: What Next?” with Mark Solomon*
The defeat of Donald Trump augurs well for a democratic transformation. 
How do we, the progressive majority, seize the moment to deliver a fatal 
blow to reaction and usher in a new era of progress, equality and peace? 
(subject to change.) *Music by Alastair Moock*

*11/15 - “You Can’t Keep It Unless You Give It Away” with Arnie King *
Arnie King has been released from Massachusetts custody!! We present 
Arnie here to tell us his story, and to celebrate his freedom, after 48 
years inside prison. For over 20 years, The Community Church of Boston 
has advocated on Arnie’s behalf, written numerous letters, attended 
parole hearings, tried to persuade a string of recalcitrant governors 
that this man was a model of rehabilitation, compassion and community 
engagement, worthy of being in the community. In 2011 CCB awarded Arnie 
(by phone) the Sacco/Vanzetti Award for Social Justice. And now that 
Arnie is free, pending a decision on a new trial, we have a chance to 
hear from him in person (well, by Zoom). Let's welcome Arnie, and join 
our voices to call for a correction system that’s less about punishment, 
and more about restoration, more about education, but most of all, about 
JUSTICE! *Music by Reggie Harris*

*11/22 - "The role of independent media - why we need it now more than 
ever" with Norman Stockwell*
In a time when the very concept of truth has become contested territory, 
the role of an independent media is more critical than ever. 
Community-based, non-profit, and independent media outlets abound. 
Norman Stockwell, publisher of the 111-year-old magazine "The 
Progressive" will look at different forms of independent journalism and 
discuss ways in which readers, viewers, and listeners can become better 
consumers of the news, and even participants in its creation. *Music by 
David Rovics*

*11/29 - "Rebuilding Public Health from the Bottom Up as Pandemics 
Surge"**with Dr. Howard Ehrman*
Since 1980 Public Health in the U.S. & most of the western world has 
suffered enormous cutbacks, privatization and balkanization. The U.S. 
has lost 100,000 local and state public health workers. Climate Change & 
Imperialist Destruction & Extraction of Natural Resources are 
accelerating the frequency and scope of Pandemics. Rebuilding Public 
Health is a necessity for human survival./(photo: The 
Herald-News)/*Music by **Emma's Revolution*

*12/6 - “Where is the Hope?” with Rev. June R. Cooper*
Signs of Hope-Derrick Bell a noted Harvard Professor wrote a book called 
Faces at the Bottom of the Well, The Permanence of Racism (1992) in 
which he states that racism is a permanent feature of American society. 
Do we accept this claim or do we see hope rising for recent protest and 
calls for police reform? *Music by Beatrice Greene*


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President Sandra Ruiz-Harris, Treasurer Dick Keshishian, Clerk Jim 
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