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            1Rural Organizing Project Strategy SessionRural Organizing Project Strategy Sessioncounting down the days until our favorite weekend of the year, the Rural Caucus & Strategy Session! On Saturday, June 1st, 150 leaders from across rural and small-town Oregon are coming together to talk about organizing in our hometowns, reflect on the previous year and make plans for our rural human dignity movements in the year ahead. The Caucus is a place to gain new skills and insights as well as a chance to re-energize with fellow leaders from around the state! We have planned an exciting day of sharing strategies and stories to strengthen our work. From organizing for safe and welcoming communities in the face of white nationalism to building power through local elections, we cannot wait to dig in together at this year’s Caucus Cottage Grover, OR
2JCDCC Executive CommitteeJCDCC Executive CommitteeTime: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Democrats Office
3People’s Meeting & Rally to stop Jordan CovePeople’s Meeting & Rally to stop Jordan CoveTime: 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Department Of State Lands (775 Summer St NE, Salem, Oregon)
Women in Black vigilWomen in Black vigilTime: 12:00 pm
Women in Black is a worldwide network of women united in their commitment to a world free of violence. Women in Black vigils are composed of women standing in silence in a public place at regular times to honor the lives lost to violence and to represent peace. Given the current state of American society where hatred and discrimination continue unabated and senseless killings occur daily, you can make a statement by joining Women in Black peace vigils. Women in Black vigils began in Israel in 1988 when a group of Palestinian and Israeli women stood together to bring attention to the violence of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza. The idea quickly spread throughout the world. The movement was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize and an Israeli Women in Black group accepted the 2001 Millennium Peace Prize for Women from the United Nations. Women in Black have a vision of peace, compassion and justice. Since 2002, hundreds of people have stood in Women in Black vigils in Grants Pass, Medford, Ashland, Cave Junction, Shady Cove, Roseburg and throughout the world. The Grants Pass Women in Black vigil is held on the first and third Mondays of each month, with the exception of holidays, from noon until 12:30 on the south side of the post office on Sixth Street.
All are welcome, including men.
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9 10 11Central Committee MtgCentral Committee MtgTime: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Monthly Democrats gathering. See Home Page for the current month's speaker, if any. Social and networking at 6:30PM
Meeting at 7:00PM
Join us at:
129 NW “E” Street
Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
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Women in Black is a worldwide network of women united in their commitment to a world free of violence. Women in Black vigils are composed of women standing in silence in a public place at regular times to honor the lives lost to violence and to represent peace. Given the current state of American society where hatred and discrimination continue unabated and senseless killings occur daily, you can make a statement by joining Women in Black peace vigils. Women in Black vigils began in Israel in 1988 when a group of Palestinian and Israeli women stood together to bring attention to the violence of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza. The idea quickly spread throughout the world. The movement was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize and an Israeli Women in Black group accepted the 2001 Millennium Peace Prize for Women from the United Nations. Women in Black have a vision of peace, compassion and justice. Since 2002, hundreds of people have stood in Women in Black vigils in Grants Pass, Medford, Ashland, Cave Junction, Shady Cove, Roseburg and throughout the world. The Grants Pass Women in Black vigil is held on the first and third Mondays of each month, with the exception of holidays, from noon until 12:30 on the south side of the post office on Sixth Street.
All are welcome, including men.
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23 24 25 26Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Meeting RE LNP PipelineFederal Energy Regulatory Commission Meeting RE LNP PipelineTime: 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Add your voice and ask the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to deny the certificate for this harmful project. The upcoming FERC hearings around the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) are crucial for us to show the federal government and Governor Brown that our communities do not want this fossil fuel export project. Ramada Medford Hotel & Conference Center
2250 Biddle Road
Medford, OR 97504
Democratic President DebateDemocratic President DebateTime: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Home of Beverly Ward. She can only accommodate 14 people, so PLEASE CALL HER TO RSVP. (602-799-7533)  Feel free to bring wine and snacks.  Please plan to arrive by 5:30.     
27June LunchJune LunchTime: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
See Event on website
Watch the Presidential DebateWatch the Presidential DebateTime: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Home of Loree Arthur. She can accommodate up to 40 people, so no need to RSVP. She will provide coffee and hot and cold tea in the buffet area. You're welcome to bring a beverage of your choice and snacks. Loree may not be at home, but her roommates will be there to welcome you. 737 NW Kinney St, Grants Pass
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