The Week Ahead From CU Indivisible: February 17 +

From CU Indivisible Facebook page:

Good Morning! Here are some of the events happening in *The Week Ahead*:

As extensive as this list is, there are many other events. For more events check out the WEFT Progressive Calendar at

Monday 1/18/19 3 pm Champaign Public Library, “Champaign-Urbana Presidents’ Day Protest- National Emergency”
There will be a rally with speakers inside the library, then a march to the Champaign Municipal Building

More detail on this site, from the CUP Facebook team.

Monday 1/18/19 6 pm Citiview Banquet and Meeting Center, “CU Talks Marijuana Legalization” with Scott Bennett and Carol Ammons

Tuesday 1/19/19 12 noon University YMCA “Welcoming Collaborative Kick-Off Lunch”

Tuesday 1/19/19 5 pm “NO ICE Dwight- Caravan”
“We are mobilizing concerned residents from across Central Illinois to give testimony and voice their opposition to a proposed ICE detention center construction in the village of Dwight. We must join together in solidarity to stop the encroachment of ICE in our communities.”

Wednesday 1/20/19 7 pm Urbana Free Library “Speaking From the Heart: Women and Immigration in Our Community”

Thursday 1/21/19 5:30 pm Carol Ammons office “Judicial and Criminal Reform Advisory Panel”

Friday 1/22/19 12 noon University YMCA “Friday Forum with Tamar Manaseh, MASK”
“During the entire month of July 2015, not a single person was shot and killed on the streets Englewood neighborhood of Chicago. Many people have attributed this and an overall decrease in homicides in 2015 to Mothers Against Senseless Killings, or M.A.S.K. At Friday Forum, learn how M.A.S.K. is not only on the watch to curb neighborhood violence, but are making themselves seen and heard in the fight to end gun violence in the United States.”

Friday 1/22/19 7 pm Unitarian Universalist Church of Urbana Champaign “Film: Unacceptable Levels”
“Unacceptable Levels opens a dialogue about the effects of chemicals in everyday products on the environment and on our bodies, discusses the lack of regulatory oversight on industrial chemicals in consumer goods–from cosmetics to household cleaning products to industrial farming–and inspires consumers to push for changes that protect us all.”

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