Saturday, Oct. 14
CMU Homecoming Parade, 10:00 a.m.-12:00
Meet at Lot 22, from West Campus Drive entrance (north of Towers Dorms). Parade ends at Sacred Heart parking lot, 302 S. Kinney.
Dear Intrepid CCLers,
Re: Parade & meeting, Sat. Oct. 14
I know the weather is supposed to be rainy Saturday for the CMU Homecoming Parade, but since that could be iffy, let’s make a real climate statement in solidarity with all those who have suffered and are still suffering from storms, flooding, and fires. Wear warm clothes with rain gear and bring umbrellas. I think we can wait until start time in the Wesley Foundation. Let’s show we’re serious about climate.
If you’ve indicated you were going to march and have changed your mind (no judgement), please let me know before 10:00 at 989-944-5858.
October Meeting at 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. at Commission on Aging, 2200 S. Lincoln Rd., behind the church 😉
As CCL looks to build relationships across race and culture, our October guest is Barbara, Professor Emeritus of Social Justice Education at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She taught graduate classes on foundations of social justice education, design development and facilitation skills, and on self-awareness for social justice educators and liberation workers.
Sunday, Oct. 22
We’ll be showing and discussing “Merchants of Doubt” with the Gratiot County Dems: 2:00-4:30 p.m., Alma College, Dow Science Bldg.,L1, (behind the Swanson Academic Center, 614 W. Superior Street, Alma. “Merchants of Doubt” the playbook for sowing doubt and misinformation.
Tuesday, Oct. 24
The 21st Century “Clean Energy” Economy: Crossing Traditional Boundaries
Panel Discussion at CMU with Tom Rohrer from CMU’s Great Lakes Institute for Sustainable Systems and representatives from CMS Energy, Apex Clean Energy, and Michigan Energy Innovations & Business Council
161 Anspach Hall