Economic inequality has reached dramatic levels not seen since the Great Depression — yet with climate change, we face potentially insurmountable environmental challenges in the decades ahead too. Many of us deal with these systemic problems every day — either directly or indirectly — and our struggles are often pitted against each other. An old adage says that in times like these, we must not mourn, but get organized. Join us for these upcoming events — come talk to your neighbors about the impacts of wealth inequality on families and communities.
Community Conversations on Inequality:
- Wednesday 2/17 from 6-8PM at the Old Labor Hall, Barre (childcare provided)
- Monday 3/14 from 6-8PM at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Barre (childcare provided)
- Monday 4/11 from 6-8PM at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Barre (childcare provided)
Canvassing Days and Indoor Tabling - Inequality Survey:
- Saturday 3/5 from 1-4PM at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Barre (Training and Door-Knock Canvass)
- Saturday 4/2 from 1-4PM at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Barre (Training and Door-Knock Canvass)
- Various mornings in February-March from 7-9AM at community breakfasts in Barre (Indoor tabling)
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