Kent State shootings, 1970 and Today - Peace@ThePub May 9
Thomas Grace author of "Death and Dissent in the Long Sixties," professor and survivor of the Kent State shootings will discuss the decade long tensions that led to the tragic shootings, their effect on the peace and anti-war movement, the U.S. and the state of Ohio in particular. He also looks at the similarities between the political and social climate of 1970 and today.
7 pm at Market Garden Brewery 1947 W. 25th Street
Tax Day March, April 15
Wind and rain couldn't stop us
190 letters delivered to Sen. Portman's office
The Women's March on Washington, January 21, drew a million people. Sister march in Cleveland drew 20,000. We were proud to march in both.
Move the Money:
Fund Our Communities, Not War
F-35 - The Jet that Ate the Pentagon
View short film on this absurd waste of taxpayer dollars - from Brave New Films