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26 Jan

“The Penobscot: Ancestral River, Contested Territory” – Film showing

Sunday, February 21, 6:00 pm

Peace & Justice Center, 96 Harlow St, Suite 100

This film illustrates the history of the Penobscot Nation’s tenacious fight to retain their territory and their inherent, treaty-reserved sustenance fishing rights in the Penobscot River, from the 1700’s to the present-day legal battle in Penobscot Nation vs. Mills.

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26 Jan

Feb 2016 P&J Newsletter Available for Download

 

Click HERE to download the Feb 2016 P&J newsletter.

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20 Jan

Sing for Peace, Sing for Justice!

The Peace & Justice Center of Eastern Maine holds monthly sing-a-long/play-a-long music nights to bring together P&J members, local musicians, and any others who want to play, join in, or just listen.

Next sing-a-long, Wednesday, February 17,  from 5:30 to 7:00pm at the Peace & Justice Center at 96 Harlow St., Suite 100, in Bangor.

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All participants are encouraged to bring songs to share. Songs should relate in some way, even loosely, to themes of peace, justice, and/or a sustainable environment. We will use a circle/jam format with each person in turn choosing to play/sing a song, suggest a song for the group to sing, or pass the baton to the next person.
Instruments (acoustic) are welcome, and all are welcome to sing and/or play along. Songs can be popular ones that many people know or more obscure ones that we can learn. Those choosing more obscure songs are encouraged to bring song sheets so others can join in.

Bring yourself, your voice, your instruments, and your passion and let’s raise the roof!

21 Sep

Video from End Violence Together

Mary Ellen’s powerful talk is voice over the setting up for the rally. The rally itself (which includes Mary Ellen’s talk begins @ l7 minutes and 38 seconds.

See also WLBZ Channel 2 coverage of End Violence Together