Events of Interest…

 

State of the Ferguson Commission Report Town Hall #2

Find out what has been accomplished since the release of the Ferguson Commission Report, what still needs work, and share your insights.

Wednesday, October 10 | 6:30-8:30 pm
Grace Hill Water Tower Hub (North City)

 

Happening: Clean Energy Revolution film showing

A 55-minute film about technological advance and human resilience followed by discussion. Two showings of the same film. Pizza provided if you arrive early!

Thursday, October 11 | 6:15 pm  OR  Tuesday, October 16  |  6:15 pm
St. Francis Xavier College Church (SLU)  Grand and Lindell

 

Homing in on Housing Policies: Moving from Segregation to Diverse, Inclusive Communities

Dr. Jason Purnell and Dr. Molly Metzger will speak about a century of discriminatory housing policies and practices in St. Louis.  Thursday, October 11  7 pm  The Heights (Richmond Heights) Ron Stallworth, “The Black KKKman”… speaks Oct 12th, 7 PM @ Webster University, Grant Gymnasium

 

Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America Monthly Meeting

Hear the latest updates on how to take action in large and small ways to end gun violence in our country. 

Saturday, October 13 | 10-11:30 am   Pilgrim Congregational Church (Central West End)  Thursday, November 1 | 7-8:30 pm   Kirkwood Baptist Church (Kirkwood)

 

Mass Incarceration of Young Black Men (and Women, Too)

Rev. Dietra Wise Baker, Break the Pipeline Campaign, speaks as part of Aquinas Institute of Theology lecture series. $25 registration required.   Tuesday, October 16 | 6:30-8:30 pm  Aquinas Institute of Theology (SLU)

 

Budget 202 Webinar

Missouri Budget Project will be hosting a webinar on how to navigate the state budget and advocate for your priorities.  Wednesday, October 17  |   2 pm

 

Nuns on the Bus: Town Hall for Justice

Join the Catholic Sisters of NETWORK Lobby bus tour “On the Road to Mar-a-Lago”

Wednesday, October 17  |  6 pm  St. Alphonsus “Rock” Church (Grand Center)

 

Bread for the World Sunday


A moment when we can come together to pray for those who struggle with hunger—and rededicate ourselves to advocate for legislation that will help achieve the international goal of ending hunger by 2030

Sunday, October 21 (or any Sunday in October))

COMING SOON! 

NOV 8, POVERTY, PEOPLE AND PUBLIC POLICY—

How to lobby your legislator

Scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 8th at St. Clare of Assisi Church (15642 Clayton Road.  Ellisville), The event presents an opportunity to learn how public policy affects all in our region, and what you can do to ensure the needs of all people are considered by law makers. Featured speakers will be Ms. Tamara Kenny (Director of Advocacy and Community Engagement at Catholic Charities) and Father Christopher Martin (Pastor, St. Clare of Assisi). The meeting is scheduled from 6:30-8:30 with pizza and soft drinks provided.  Please RSVP to Ms. Sally Kellogg (314-256-5901 or skellogg@ccstl.org so that we have an estimate of attendees which will help with plans for food and drink).

Housing Empowers 2018 Annual Conference

The theme of this 117th annual conference is the impact of affordable housing

Saturday, November 17 | Time TBD – Columbia, Missouri

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