Activism Picking Up Next Week

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  1. Columbine Anniversary

Believe it or not, this Friday, April 20th,  is the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre. 

In our now upside down world the horror of the events at Columbine didn’t drive our country to a sober assessment of the relationship between our populace and guns, instead it drove explosive gun sales and the sickening spineless response of legislators who bowed like weak twigs to the pressure of the NRA.

Now 19 years and many massacres later a group of young survivors of a massacre are leading this country to finally begin to assess America’s love affair with guns. 

So on the anniversary of Columbine student walkouts are scheduled for some 2,127 schools across the country. In Iowa walkouts are scheduled in these schools at this writing:

Davenport Central

Pleasant Valley

North Scott

Muscatine

Cedar Rapids Kennedy

Vinton-Shellsburg

Dysart Union HS

Waterloo West

Cedar Falls – Peet Junior High

Nevada

Gilbert HS

Ames High

Iowa State U. – Ames

North Polk Middle School

South View Middle School Ankeny

North View Middle School, Ankeny

Ankeny Centennial HS, Ankeny

Johnston HS

Summit Middle School, Johnston

Urbandale HS

Roosevelt HS, Des Moines

Valley HS, West Des Moines

St. Francis of Assisi School, West Des Moines

Waukee HS

Prairieview – Waukee

Timberline – Waukee

Indianola HS

Oskaloosa HS

Sioux City West

A list for the country can be found here:    

  1. Earth Day

From Iowa CCI:

Join us Earth Day weekend to discuss climate and clean energy solutions we can achieve in our communities and throughout the state.

Come hear from Chris Woolery, a clean energy leader in Kentucky. He coordinates the Pay As You Save (PAYS) program for energy efficiency in Kentucky and is an activist leader with the powerhouse organization Kentuckians for the Commonwealth.

You’ll learn …

· The major challenges and barriers preventing us from transitioning to clean energy more quickly.

· How to build power in our communities to transition to 100% clean energy and energy efficiency that benefits 100% of the people.

· How the Pay As You Save (PAYS) program for energy

efficiency works in Kentucky. (Hint, we’d love to see it in Iowa)

Join us for a powerful teach in and meet-up near you! 

Click here to RSVP:

Saturday, April 21 at 11am in Boone

Saturday, April 21 at 6:30pm in Marshalltown

Sunday, April 22 at 1pm in Iowa City

Sunday, April 22 at 6:30pm in Des Moines

Let’s transition our energy system in a way that benefits all people and our planet!

  1. What If Mueller Gets Fired?

Moveon.org has a map of currently planned protests should Trump do what suspect he will do eventually and fires Mueller

Current sites in Iowa include Davenport, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Waterloo, Decorah, Ames, Des Moines, Indianola, Red Oak, Council Bluffs-Omaha and Sioux City.

Be Prepared!

About Dave Bradley

retired in West Liberty
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