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 Just Local Notes: St. Louis Justice Events 

 

WHAT:  Sacred Conversations on Race (+ Action)

Are you ready for the conversation, are you ready for the change?  Come and join us:  Congregations United in spreading the word of God.  Congregations working together to help create systemic change among our Churches, Families, Neighborhoods and Institutions to bring about justice and peace for all peoples and Nations.  RSVP 314-367-3484 (leave on voice mail) or email:  dotandjim@sbcglobal.net  Refreshments

WHEN:  Saturday, March 7, 1- 5 pm
WHERE:  St. Theresa and St. Bridget Catholic Church,  3636 North Market  Ave, 
St. Louis, MO 63113

WHO:  Congregations United in spreading the word of God.


WHATLobby for Medicaid Expansion. Inspired by Pope Francis and the call to #WakeuptheWorld in this year of Consecrated Life, an Inter-Communal group of Sisters and Associates invite you to join in the MO Healthcare for All lobby.  The caravan will leave St. Louis for Jefferson City at approximately 7:30 a.m. (carpooling available).  At 10:00a.m. there will be training in the Capitol for the day; 2:00 p.m. there will be a debriefing; 2:30 p.m. caravan leaves for St. Louis.  Contact Clare Bass, CSJ by email cbass@csjsl.org or phone 314-550-4133 if you are interested.
 
WHEN: Tuesday, March 10, 2015, 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. (approximately)
WHERE: At our Capital in Jefferson City, Missouri
WHO: Inter-Communal Sisters and Associates 

WHAT:  What Will WE Do?  A one day workshop to increase our understanding of racism and privilege and explore what possibilities are available to each one of us for action. Teachers, Lay ministers, social justice workers, concerned citizens, are invited.  (Must be 18 to participate.) Cost:  $10 registration fee.  Register by March 7th.  Space is limited; Lunch and continental breakfast provided.  *Full day attendance is required* To register:  www.paxchrististl.org   
WHEN:  Saturday, March 14th, 2015, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m
WHERE:  Catholic Student Center at Washington University, 6352 Forsyth Blvd., St. Louis, M0, 63105
WHO:  Pax Christi St. Louis

WHAT:  Citizens Against Pornography's Human Trafficking Forum:  Not For Sale.   Trafficking is a horrific crime against the basic rights and dignity of the human person – and it is happening locally.  Students and parents of students ages twelve and older are urged to attend.  There will be a panel of presenters:  Amanda Colegrove, organizer for Coalition against Trafficking and Exploitation; Police Sergeant Adam Kavanaugh will discuss the law enforcement view; Jaci Winship will discuss legislative action, and Warrine Bazow will talk about Crisis Aid International.  Questions and answers follow presentations.
WHEN:  Tuesday, March 24, 7-9 p.m.
WHERE:  St. Joseph Church (in the school cafeteria)

6020 Old Antonia Road,  Imperial, Missouri, 63052. 

(Exit #186 off 55, turn west.  Church on left across from fire house.)
WHO:  Presented by Citizens against Pornography, a Ministry of Mary Mother of the Church.

WHATSave The Date!  Presenting a special IPJ benefit performance of Paul Robeson.   In Phillip Hayes Dean’s biographicaltwo-man play, the legendary actor, singer and political activist Paul Robeson sings songs and tells stories of his multi-faceted career from triumphs, to his fight for racial equality, to accusations of Communist involvement.  A special Institute for Peace and Justice benefit ticket price of only $50.  
 
WHEN:  Saturday, March 28, 2015
 
WHERE:  The Emerson Performance Center Theatre

Harris Stowe State University,  3026 Laclede, St. Louis, MO 63103

WHO:  The  Black Rep and The Institute for Peace and Justice.


WHAT:  Faith in Ferguson.  Everyone is invited to continue praying for Justice, Peace & Charity.  Join us for prayer and song.  For more information please contact the Parish Office:  314-522-9264.

WHEN:  March 10, S. Antona Ebo; April 14 – Fr. Leobardo Amlazan, O.P.; May 5, Marie Kenyon.   Each month the program starts at 4:30 p.m.
WHERE:  Our Lady of Guadalupe, 1115 S. Florissant Road, St. Louis, MO 63121
WHO:  Consecrated Life 

WHAT:  Community Coalition for Clemency: You can help 14 Women seek clemency. The purpose of the new organization is to advocate for incarcerated women in Missouri who received sentences that were disproportionate to their crimes, and in many cases, harsher than what anyone would receive in similar circumstances today. The Coalition asks Governor Nixon to reflect on the words of Pope Francis and show mercy to these women. Several of them have life sentences based on crimes committed against domestic and sexual abuse perpetrators. Just recently Pope Francis labeled life-long prison terms as a “hidden death penalty”.
WHEN: Act now and help make the lives of these women and their families better in the new year. Follow the link and add your name to the petition https://www.change.org/p/jeremiah-nixon-grant-clemency-for-14-women-in-missouri-prisons
WHERE:  To learn more about the individual women who need you’re your help visit https://www.change.org/p/jeremiah-nixon-grant-clemency-for-14-women-in-missouri-prisons
WHO:  Coalition for Clemency and Justice for Patty Prewitt

WHAT:  St. Louis Green’s Holiday Light Recycling Drive 2014.  Wondering what to do with you old or unworkable holiday lights?  You can recycle them!  Last year  participants diverted 104,000 pounds of holiday lights from our local landfills.


WHEN:  The drive runs Thanksgiving through mid-January.  This year's goal: 134,000 pounds!

WHERE: Collection bins are located on the Danforth campus.  For a complete list and other Collections sites, visit the St. Louis green website Questions?  Email  sustainability@wustl.edu

WHO:  St. Louis Green


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