Great Decisions 2019 Week Two: The Middle East: Regional Disorder
Monday, February 4th, Mon. 7:00 PM at the Benicia Public Library, Dona Benicia room.
Come and view the Foreign Policy Association’s informative video and discuss the issues presented in the video and in the companion chapter provided in the FPA briefing book. Click on this link to find out more about the Great Decisions program: https://www.fpa.org/great_decisions/?act=gd_about2
Tom and Debra Shrout will be presenting at our meeting. They have joined forces to help local and state governments, advocacy organizations and transit agencies to develop and implement strategic plans to educate the public about the benefits of improved transit, walking and biking. For more info contact Virginia Wexman, vwexman [at] uic.edu
Appreciating Diversity Film Series opens its 2019 documentary film series in Piedmont and Oakland with free showings of the inspiring story of Blackfeet Treasurer Eloise Cobell’s 30-Year Fight for Justice.
Appreciating Diversity Film Series opens its 2019 documentary film series in Piedmont and Oakland with free showings of the inspiring story of Blackfeet Treasurer Eloise Cobell’s 30-Year Fight for Justice. Read more about the film series here!
It’s time again for everyone to join together and set our League’s agenda through the Program Planning process. This is a truly grassroots organization and our yearly program planning meeting is the opportunity that each League member has to help choose the focus of our local and state League for the next two years. We will discuss League policy and positions at the state level. Where should the League focus its energy over the next two years?
The League of Women Voters North County San Diego (LWVNCSD) is sponsoring a four person panel discussion about “Guns in the Community: Daily Impacts and Long Term Effects.” Focusing on factual information about how guns affect our community, the goal is to educate our audience about the realities of everyday life.