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The Resistance Center needs your help! For a small nonprofit, this year hasn't been easy. As The Resistance Center moved to remote organizing, grappling with the uncertainty of the pandemic and its socioeconomic effects, we realized that the only way to keep up with our vital work is by growing - which we can only do with YOUR support. We are raising funds to hire a full-time organizer, continue our youth internship program, anti-war organizing, host informative webinars, and expand our programmatic work. Browse our lots and bid on your favorites in the name of growing peacework throughout the Valley and beyond!
Please Join Us for a Follow-up Community Environmental Discussion on Air Quality Monitoring and Trees in Springfield.
We want to invite you to attend a virtual Community Roundtable Discussion Follow-up Session on Wednesday, April 14th from 6:00 - 7:00 PM via Zoom and Facebook Live, in order to work on determining more specific locations for the placement of air quality monitors across the city of Springfield and to provide more details on how you can participate in the program.
Additionally, we will let you know how you can help plant trees this Spring and early Summer in Springfield. Please plan to attend if you can!
Also, at the session, you can learn about paid intern positions with the Air Quality Monitoring Program.
** To register for the "Continued Dialog for Springfield's Environment' virtual session, and receive log-on details, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/.../a-continued-dialog-for...
You can find more information on the programming at http://www.regreenspringfield.org/mvp
Finally, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the program team at email@example.com
Reginald Dwayne Betts, poet, memoirist and teacher; Khalil Muhammad, Harvard professor of history, race, and public policy; and Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, discuss current issues in police and justice reform with The New Yorker staff writer and Columbia professor of journalism Jelani Cobb.
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