October 27 2015 Email Blast


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Justice For the River: the Movie!

Please see this link for upcoming screenings of “The Penobscot: Ancestral River, Contested Territory”, a documentary that “traverses the landscape of deal-making and deal-breaking which has historically defined tribal-state relations in Maine.

TOMORROW: 350 Greater Portland is co-sponsoring the screening on 10/28. Location: Beam Classroom, Visual Arts Center, Bowdoin College, Brunswick. Time: 7:30 p.m. Speaker: Maria Girouard. 


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“Jobs, Justice and Climate: Defending New England’s Future”
Join us in Boston on December 12  

Please see this note from Lee Chisholm (350 Maine coordinator for the 12/12 event) — exploring the realities of the still developing action and preparation here in Maine (including a November 5 planning meeting).

Please be in touch with Lee to support and participate in the action. And be in touch with Bob Klotz to travel the distance to Boston by bicycle! 


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Fracked Gas Risks — make your presence 
(and your opposition) known!  

  • South Portland; 11/9: Join us at the South Portland City Council chambers at 25 Cottage Road at 6:30 p.m. to say “No!” to the proposed Rigby Yard propane-transfer fuel depot. See more information here


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The Maine Peace Walk concludes — an update

350 Maine supporters participated in the Maine Peace Walk — traveling from Ellsworth to Portsmouth from 10/9-24. Please see information here and a link to various images here.

Please support an associated action in protest of the christening of an Aegis destroyer at Bath Iron Works on Saturday, 10/31 at 9 a.m. See this link for additional information. 


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Additional October (and November) Events  

Please see —and share —  events via our developing Public Calendar. If you have a suggestion for a listed event, please contact Bob Klotz​; use the subject heading "Calendar"​.


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Don’t miss the Portland Press Herald series: 
"MAYDAY: Gulf of Maine In Distress"

...and consider this time-sensitive creative action in opposition to tar sands oil (a huge risk to the Gulf of Maine and now all the more essential with the approval of the reversal of Line 9 to Montreal — and the ongoing lawsuit in South Portland [see — and support — the Clear Skies Legal Defense Fund]):

A Climate Welcome for the new Canadian Prime Minister



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