Organizing & Network Building
Each Friday the Philadelphia Coalition Advocating for Public Schools (PCAPS) will hold events at schools, engage elected officials and otherwise seek to draw atte
In previous years, our story slam has been a time to share the tales of years past -- the good, the bad, and everything inbetween.
Have you been concerned about how you and your community can stand up to egregious invasions of our privacy -- on our cell phones, internet services, and other vital tools we use to communicate?
Member of the Point Breeze Community will call for a better Point Breeze for the people of Point Breeze; NOT monied interests. We will call for equitable and democratic development and protest OCF's profits before people model of Development.
Get involved talking about community radio and community wireless networks with Prometheus Radio, Palabra Radio and Rhizomatica.
Members of New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia (NSM) are breaking their 40 day fast for immigration justice on Wednesday. The campaign to stop local police collaborations with ICE has been supported by 13 different faith communities with over 100 people participating in the fast.
Featuring MMP’s One Love Movement rally video and focusing on immigration and refugee issues.
MAG-Net Presents a Digital Dialogue: How the Zimmerman Verdict Ignited a National Conversation on Race andthe Role of Culture & Media
This event addresses the intersection of activist movements that Kiyoshi Kuromiya fought for: civil rights, HIV activism, drug policy reform, indigenous people's rights, LGBTQ rights, Internet access, and more.
Coalition of Labor Union Women's Young Women's Committee presents:
A Rethinking Schools conversation with CUNY Professor Michelle Fine and RS editor Stan Karp.
The last few years have been marked by crisis and change. On one hand people are increasingly called into the media production process, through the ascendance of a range technologies from social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to affordable video cameras and smart phones.
We Cannot Keep Silent:
The Philadelphia Coalition of Labor Union Women invites you…
ANNUAL BENEFIT FOR WOMEN AGAINST ABUSE
“OUR MOVEMENTS, OUR VOICES, OUR HISTORIES”
Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 5:30 p.m.
Time to take it to the streets! Come to City Council at 8:00 am on Thursday, March 14th.
For information and to join the fight for our schools, call ACTION United at 215-301-0023 or PCAPS at 267-908-4201.
The next School Reform Commission meeting will take place this Thursday at 4pm.
Let's talk about the system we're living in, and what we need to do to change it in a way that works for everyone.
Meet at Peirce School, 2300 Cambria St., March to Dobbins High School.
From Poverty Initiative:
In the last year we have lost two of our dear Poverty Scholars and elder movement leaders -- Ronald Casanova and Larry Gibson.
Join our brothers and sisters of Put People First (VT) and Vermont Workers' Center to pack the Vermont Statehouse for the 2013 Legislative Session Kickoff.
Gather at City Hall and march to School District Building at 440 N. Broad Street to join with parents, students, school workers, and community members at School Reform Commission meeting.
Sponsored by Philadelphia Coalition Advocating for Public Schools (PCAPS).
From Philadelphia Student Union:
The Reels for Rights: US Human Rights Media Arts Screening on Friday, November 30th at 6pm in New York City. Reels for Rights aspires to raise consciousness about human rights
Join the United Workers on December 1 as we celebrate 10 years of movement building in Baltimore and across Maryland.