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Meetings # 3,471 - college regular Andy Anderson of the NW Information Service
Special Earth Day Speaker
Resist the Trump Administration’s Regressive,
Anti-Environmental Agenda, and Empower a Progressive, Pro-Ecological Agenda to Make America Even Greater!
Meetings # 3,473 - According to DENNIS NELSON, an energy-environmental researcher, writer, speaker, and organizer:
"The most serious institutional threat to environmental protection and environmental quality is now President Donald Trump, his administration's cabinet members, and the extreme agenda of the Republican Party. I will bring newer and different material to help with the RESISTANCE to the Trump fiasco, and the EMPOWERMENT in challenging those die-hard Trump apologists who still want to give him a chance. My topics will include: How the Trump Administration is destroying the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA); the Trump Administration's continuing climate science denial/climate policy delay; the Trump Administration's attack on our ocean protections and marine national monuments; renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); stopping Trump from starting a nuclear war (a great eco-threat which must be reemphasized); the Trump Administration's agricultural and food policy; and what role do energy markets and government intervention have in determining our energy policy. The extreme agenda of the Republican Party will also be discussed. What we need is a good, solid, progressive-populist agenda for public and environmental health, climate protection, eco- justice, economic well-being, and national/global security, and make America an even greater nation."
The History and Current Situation on the Ground in
Palestine / Israel – through poetry, prose, and art
Meetings # 3,474 - Through poetry, prose, and art, semi-retired librarian Daniel Staub Weinberg will analyze the background and recent developments in the Middle East..
BDS - Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions
Classrooms Around the World
Meetings # 3,472 - "We all have memories of various American schoolrooms but what do they look like in Korea, Sweden, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, China, and Lebanon? Peter Pero, who has offered several international talks at the college, will show photos of school rooms around the world. How are they organized, furnished, and decorated? What are the purposes behind various stylizations? This a College talk about colleges."