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November 25, 2020

Where do we go from here?

Greenfield Common, Saturday vigil November 7, 2020

Three weeks after the election, groups around the country are focusing on the future, for example:
Massachusetts peace and activist groups' strategy conference via Zoom offers many interesting presenters on December 5-6:
Preparing our Movements for the Next Four Years .
For information: click on link above or email
Meanwhile, youth-led Sunrise Movement climate activists want the new administration to reject hiring anyone with ties to the oil and gas industries: Sunrise Movement Climate Activists Call On Biden To 'Keep His Promises'
Latest news from Black Lives Matter

From Climate Action Now: Tuesday, December 1st - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
     Beyond Stopping Emissions:        Agricultural Climate Change Mitigation,

with Eric Toensmeier

The 3rd talk in the series: Soil Health and Carbon Sequestration See More 
Register here

“Nuclear Power to Save the Climate? You Gotta be Kidding!”

The Citizens Awareness Network (CAN) announces a new, locally made and original 13 minute video that counters the nuclear industry's claims of being a major solution to the climate crisis. See it now at:



Join Racial Justice Rising and Greening Greenfield online, from December 3rd to 7th, to view the outstanding film, Mossville: When Great Trees Fall. A centuries-old black community is uprooted by petrochemical plants and one man stands his ground.

To view this award winning documentary, please RSVP via email to with your name and the town you are in, and we will send you the link on December 3rd. We have only 100 spots available so sign up early. 

This show is FREE. You will have 5 days to view the film with the last viewing on December 7th ending at 4pm. On the evening of December 7th, we will have an online zoom discussion with the insightful Martha “Marty” Nathan at 7PM and will send the link to you.

Please join us! Click here for more information


Streaming free now  --  THE MAN CARD:
White Male Identity Politics from Nixon to Trump

From the Northampton-based Media Education Foundation
For years, right-wing politicians and pundits have accused the left of playing “the race card” and “the woman card” and engaging in identity politics. The Man Card turns the tables, showing the right’s own longstanding use of white male identity politics in American presidential elections. Watch it at


Saturday solidarity and peace vigils continue in Greenfield and Orange

On Greenfield Town Common: 10-11 am, Racial Justice Rising weekly vigil
11am-noon, Greenfield Weekly Peace Vigil.

At Orange Memorial Park by the Peace Statue: 10 to 11 a.m.
Bring signs expressing solidarity      Wear a mask
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