Transform Now Plowshares Sentencing

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Celebration of Hope

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Join us on the eve of the Transform Now Plowshares sentencing for a Celebration of Hope featuring Bishop Tom Gumbleton. Evening begins at 6:00pm with a potluck dinner Program begins at 7:15 — music, speakers and a ceremony celebrating the courageous witness of Greg Boertje-Obed, Megan Rice and Michael Walli.   Church of the Savior …

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MLK Community Conversation

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Join us at the Beck Cultural Center on Dandridge Avenue in Knoxville for the seventh annual Community Conversation. This year we will explore the Civil Rights Act of 1964—what it meant then and what challenges still face us today. The event begins with light refreshmentsat 6:30 and the program begins at 7:00pm  

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Safety Meeting

Nov 11, 2013 No Comments ›› orepa

OREPA will host an important public meeting on safety issues at the new bomb plant proposed for Oak Ridge. Even after the half-billion-dollar design fiasco at the Uranium Processing Facility, the government continues to cut corners on safety to save money. The potential impacts on people living within 25 miles of Oak Ridge are monstrous. …

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