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Gary Leupp:The U.S. and Russia: the Centrality of the NATO Issue

When: Sunday, April 23, 2017, 11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • 02116 • Boston

Gary Leupp will review the course of U.S.–Russian relations since 1991, from the decade-long honeymoon with the Yeltsin regime to the Putin era. Leupp will discuss the Ukrainian situation in historical context, emphasizing the ethnic divide in that country and how the February 2014 regime change backed by the U.S. provoked a much misunderstood secessionist movement. Leupp will comment on the unpredictable Trump positions on Russia. Gary Leupp is an Author and Professor of History, Tufts University, since 1988.

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Containment - A Film by Peter Galison and Robb Moss

When: Thursday, April 27, 2017, 7:00 pm to 8:45 pm
Where: Falmouth Public Library • 300 Main Street • Hermann Foundation Room • Falmouth

Two showings of film:  Containment

Thursday April 27 at 7 pm Falmouth Public Library with Presenters, Karen Vale, Cape Cod Bay Watch, Heather Lightner, Concerned Neighbors of Pilgrim and William Maurer, Cape Downwinders, Sponsored by Cape Downwinders and Engage Falmouth, Contacts:  Elise Hugus - and Bill Maurer -


Friday April 28 at 7 pm

Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, 2357 Route 6, Wellfleet MA

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National Mobilization: People's Climate March

When: Saturday, April 29, 2017, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Where: National Mall • gathering point and route to be announced • Washington D.C.

On the 100th Day of the Trump Administration, we will be in the streets of Washington D.C. to show the world and our leaders that we will resist attacks on our people, our communities and our planet.

We will come together from across the United States to strengthen our movement. We will demonstrate our power and resistance at the gates of the White House. We will bring our solutions to the climate crisis and the problems that affect our communities to our leaders in Congress to demand action.

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Statement by United for Justice with Peace (Boston) 

UJP calls on the peace and antiwar community to support both local and national protests of the Trump presidency during inauguration week and the women's rights march in January.  We need to oppose racist appointments and many other actions and policies, and promote our alternative vision of peace and social justice.

The 2016 presidential campaign barely mentioned the wars abroad; both candidates had a pro-war stance disregarding considerable public skepticism about the wars.  The massive war economy and war budget is a major contributor to the income inequality that fueled the anger and discontent of much of the electorate, both Democratic and Republican.

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