Speakers are: Saeed Kamali Dehghan, with panelists Mahmoud Hamad, Ellen Pirro and David Skidmore. Mr. Kehghan currently writes on Iranian issues for the British daily newspaper, The Guardian. He has a strong interest in human rights and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues, especially as they relate to Iran. The event is co-sponsored by the iowa International Center.
Help kick off the legislative session in a people-powerful way. This is an important and fun day you don’t want to miss. We'll meet with top decision makers, key legislators and stand alongside hundreds of everyday Iowans who (just like you) are ready to stand up and speak out to put our communities before corporations. Busses planned from Dubuque and Waterloo, Iowa City and Grinnell and Ames areas.
“Equal Rights for All” is the message delivered to the Des Moines offices of Senators Charles Grassley and Tom Harkin by a hastily-gathered group of Iowans responding to Israel’s latest attacks on the Israeli-closed city of Gaza. As of November 16, Israel has unleashed more than 100 missiles on the people locked inside Gaza, and Israeli troops are being moved toward the city.
Please join Iowans Against the Death Penalty in marking our 50th anniversary. Marty Ryan will be presented with the Gov. Harold E. Hughes Award on November 10, 2012 and Rob Warden, executive director of the Innocents Project at Northwestern University Center on Wrongful Convictions Bluhm Legal Clinic will keynote the event.
Reception, dinner, award ceremony at 6 p.m., Marriott Hotel, Des Moines, $30 per person. Please RSVP to Patti Brown at email@example.com,
The Occupy Wall Street Movement continues to fight economic injustice and corporate greed. Occupy Des Moines celebrates its 1st anniversary by reaching out to the community to join us in confronting economic inequality. We are expanding our movement and this event is an opportunity to learn about Occupy and how you can make a difference.
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