Columbus Progressive Alliance
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Meetings and Organizations
Meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM at Summit United Methodist Church, 86 E. 16th Ave. (near the Ohio State campus).
For more information, contact: email@example.com
Meetings are the second Monday of every month. Location: Northside Library, 1423 N. High St. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Central Ohio Greens work to improve central Ohio by advocating for:
· Practical recycling solutions
· Alternative energies
· Education and awareness of current environmental issues
Fair and equitable representation of diverse viewpoints in government and mass media.
The Central Ohioans For Peace meet every Monday at 7:00 pm. at the Columbus Mennonite Church on Oakland Park. Check the Central Ohioans For Peace Web Site for additional details.
Please note other related events:
Please see our Demonstrations & Vigils section for additional information regarding these, and other related events.
The Relocalization Network supports Local Post Carbon Groups as they work to develop and implement the strategy of Relocalization in their communities.
http://www.columbus-jwj.org. Or see the website of the national organization: www.jwj.org. Labor, community and religious groups can present their actions and campaigns and talk with each other about developing common actions! Location: 27 East Euclid Avenue, Columbus. For more information: 614-291-5951.
We are a coalition of service providers, currently and formerly homeless people, and concerned citizens. We meet on the first Wednesday of every month at the Salvation Army at 966 E. Main St. in Columbus, OH. We meet from 9-11 AM. If you are at all concerned about ending homelessness in our community, please join us. Our monthly meeting is open to all. If you would like to send us a question or if you are homeless and have a problem with existing services or accessing assistance, please e-mail email@example.com or call (614) 252-3257. We will do all we can to answer your question or to help you resolve your grievance. Website: www.columbushomeless.org
www.democracyohio.org. Topics will range widely, from political history, to the use of science in a democracy, to the abuse of public education, to the abuse of the public commons, and more. To a limited extent the site was developed in relation to the Ohio Bicentennial being perhaps an "educable moment," and the poverty of meaningful content being presented by the sanitized programs and events of the official Ohio Bicentennial. The other reason for the development is somewhat self-evident. The site is open to submissions that will be moderated. A forum is to be added soon as well, hopefully to support discussion of a more informed and less partisan nature than commonly found on many list serves. Contact: Tadit Anderson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: http://dsco.org/When: Every third Thursday at 7:00 PM (business meeting) and program at 8:00 PM
Where: The Northwood Bldg (corner of Northwood and High).
(aka League of Pissed Off Voters) meet every Monday at the Surly Girl Saloon, (1126 N. High St.) 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. This Monday June 5, they will call our state reps to tell them where we stand on Ohio House Bill 228, the total abortion ban... then we'll settle in with some 75-cent PBRs and start talking about the League's plans for ComFest, our political film festival, and our fall voter guide. Website - http://columbus.indyvoter.org/
See the Central Ohio Sierra Club Web site for additional information: http://www.ohio.sierraclub.org/central
OCFT meetings are the 4th Monday of each month, (except December), at 12 noon for one hour.
What is 9/11 Truth: In short: it’s a movement that questions the U.S. Government’s official story and demands the real answers and explanations for what happened on September 11th, 2001.