sexta-feira, 28 de fevereiro de 2020





All On The Line
We just wanted to make sure you heard that there's an AOTL volunteer call tonight and that AG Holder will be making a big announcement. You don't want to miss this!

RSVP here for tonight's 8pm call to receive the dial-in details.

Talk soon!
-- The AOTL Team

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Saumya Narechania
Date: Mon, Feb 24, 2020
Subject: Join a call with AG Holder on Wednesday 2/26

Friend -- One year after launching All On The Line, we're hopping on the phone with Eric Holder to hear a big announcement about the fight ahead.

RSVP here to join the call with AG Holder on Wednesday at 8pm EST!

Organizing is essential to making sure we win the fight for fair maps. We feel the impacts of gerrymandering locally every day -- from our families' access to affordable health care to the lack of gun violence prevention laws to protect our communities. And next year when redistricting starts, we're going to need to hold our local elected officials accountable and ensure they draw fair maps. That's why we're building a strong grassroots organizing network across the country.

Don't miss what AG Holder has to say. Join the call to learn about what's ahead in this fight and how you can be involved:
https://www.mobilize.us/allontheline/event/248606/




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15 Things to Do in New Jersey

TEDxMaplewood: Normal February 29

From TedxMaplewood: Ideas or experiences, perceived as fringe are likely more typical than suggested by social standards. Maplewood is a community which feels normal to those of us who live here but is, in fact a hub for those who are shattering social and racial “norms”. We embrace a diverse cross-section of people and perspectives, […]

TEDxMaplewood Free Art Reception March 1

From TEDxMaplewood: Cat Delett and Jeremy Moss of Good Crowd Events have engaged with six amazing artists in our community. Their time and energy has brought together this original collaboration around our theme ‘normal’, for which we are incredibly grateful. Making art is a powerful form of sharing ideas and integral to our event. Thank […]

Camp Riverbend “Leap Day” Open House in Warren February 29

From Camp Riverbend: Looking for a summer camp for this summer? Come to Camp Riverbend’s “Leap Day” Open House Saturday February 29, 10 am – 12 noon. There will be multiple  Riverbend activities for kids and parents, including “magical” games, crafts, and cooking. There will also be a tour of the camp site. The event […]

Sankofa: Black History Month Community Celebration in Maplewood February 29

From SOMA Entrepreneurs of Color: Sankofa, a word in the Twi language of Ghana that translates to “Go back and get it.” Come join us as we celebrate and amplify African Diasporic cultural traditions that have shaped the people we have become today and inspires a collectively created future. Also, learn about our new community […]

Free Salsa Dance Masterclass in Summit March 1

From The Connection: Come explore the basics of Salsa Dance with Baila Society Company Member and Instructor Kalli Siamidou! Ages 13+, Class is FREE and Open to the Public. Registration recommended. ALL LEVELS WELCOME. Email taina.bey@theconnectiononline.org to reserve a spot. Comfortable clothing and Ballroom Dance shoes or sneakers recommended. More information.

Learn To Knit Classes With Tina Kelley in Maplewood/South Orange March 1

From Nights of 100 Dinners: Join us! A $50 donation to Achieve gets you a fun evening learning a creative, fun and soothing craft, from veteran knitters. For beginners, we will provide the materials you’ll need for learning the basics. More experienced knitters are welcome to bring projects you have questions about or get help […]

Self Defense With New Jersey Tae Kwon Do in South Orange March 1

From New Hersey Tae Kwon Do and Nights of 100 Dinners: Please join us for a self defense class in support of the 16th Annual Nights of 100 Dinners benefiting that Achieve Foundation of South Orange and Maplewood. Participants will be taught a set of awareness, assertiveness, and verbal confrontation skills, as well as physical techniques […]

Jee-Hoon Krska, Ph.D.: Inspiring Healing in Society in Maplewood March 1

From Ethical Culture Society of Essex County and The Village Green Calendar: Jee-Hoon Krska is the founder of Keys 2 Success, a program that seeks to improve the lives of disadvantaged children in Newark through music education. She studied piano in the Juilliard pre-college program and at MIT (Ph.D. EECS). She has performed in concerts […]

SOMA Two Towns for All Ages Community 3rd Annual Volunteer Fair March 1 in Maplewood

From SOMA Two Towns for All Ages: Looking for a place to share your time and talents? Come meet dozens of community organizations looking for volunteers. Are you volunteering for a group already? Please tell them to email SOMA2towns@gmail.com to get information about participating. More information.

Celtic Angels Perform at MPAC, March 8

From Mayo Performing Arts Center: The Celtic Angels Sunday, March 8th at 7pm Purchase tickets online. A joyous celebration of everything Irish will touch American soil this spring when the energetic, exciting young stars of Celtic Angels Ireland tour the U.S. Through their shared zeal and passion for Ireland’s musical traditions, this troupe enables their […]

Asbury Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade, March 8

From the Asbury Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade: Join us for the 7th Annual Asbury Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade March 8, 2020 Parade steps off at 1pm at 5th Ave and Ocean Ave. More information here.  

ATG’s NJ Premiere of the New Musical “TILL” in South Orange February 27-March 8

From American Theater Group: American Theater Group, which most recently brought acclaimed productions of “The Bridges of Madison County” and “Tell Them Im Still Young,” starring Andre Braugher and Michelle Pawk, to New Jersey, is thrilled to present this New Jersey premiere which tells the story of 15-year-old Emmett Till, whose murder helped to ignite […]

2020 Bayonne St. Patrick’s Day Parade, March 17

From Bayonne St. Patrick’s Day Parade: 38th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade 5th Street and Broadway north to Avenue C and 41st Street Sunday, March 17, 2019 1 PM sharp More information

Union County St. Patrick’s Day Parade March 14

From BestofNJ.com: Location: Union Center Wines & Liquor Address: 1046 Stuyvesant Ave, Union, 07083 Event Date: 03/14/2020 Event Time: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Event Description: Come out to the Union County St Patrick’s Day Parade. NJ’s largest St Patrick’s Day Parade featuring dancers, bagpipers, floats and a kids zone with rides and activities. More […]

St. James Gate is the Place To Go for All Day St. Patrick’s Festivities

It’s like a parade squeezed into a bar (and so big that it overflows to The Woodland). Feel the love, joy and cabbage at St. James’s Gate Publick House in Maplewood Village on March 17. Here’s the schedule. St. James’s Gate Publick House, 167 Maplewood Avenue, Maplewood, NJ , 973-378-2222. Happy St. Patrick’s Day to […]

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FEBRUARY 2020 - VOL 31
WHAT’S NEW
Wakuwaku
WED - SUN | 12 - 3PM
Dine in at the latest from Japan Village, Wakuwaku. Offering a sit-down lunch option, wine bar, Izakaya + tatami rooms for private dining.
Evening hours to come. 
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Tyler Schwartz: The Poor Brain
Thursday, Feb 27 | 7 - 8:30pm
Frying Pan Brooklyn - Building 5
An intimate evening of magic, psychology, + productive ranting.
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Build a Cheese Board w/ Sahadi's
Friday, Feb 28 | 6:30 - 8:30pm
Sahadi's - Building 4
Professional cheese mongers will show you how to assemble a photo-worthy cheese + charcuterie board. Participants will receive a brand new cheese slate, along with all of the cheeses + accoutrements.
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Thousand Dollar Dinners
Friday, Feb 28 | 8 - 10pm
Big Alice - Building 6
Enjoy live music by Matt Sucich + a curated tap list. Proceeds go to City Harvest.
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Pop-Up Cinema: Knives Out + Frozen II
Friday, Feb 28 | 7 - 10:30pm
Sunday, Mar 1 | 10:30am - 1:30pm
Factory Floor - Building 1
Free screening of Knives Out on Friday night + Kids' Cinema Club on Sunday featuring Frozen II. Purchase drinks + food on site and enjoy the show. 
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Free Comedy: Emily Duke
Friday, Feb 28 | 8 - 10pm
The Tent - Courtyard 1/2
Celebrating a year of laughs with Emily Duke + Barrows Intense and crew of stand ups, plus a surprise guest. 
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Big Alice: One Year Anniversary
Saturday, Feb 29 | 11am - 7pm
Big Alice - Building 6 
Celebrations are in order! First 100 attendees who spend $20 get a free limited edition barrel room glass.
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Sustainable Pop-up: Av Norden
Saturday, Feb 29 + Sunday, Mar 1 | 12 - 5pm
Innovation Alley - Building 5
Shop sustainable with kids + adult clothing by IC tenant Av Norden.
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Hinamatsuri at Japan Village
Saturday, Feb 29 + Saturday, Mar 1 | 1 - 2pm
Japan Village - Courtyard 3/4
Celebrate the Japanese holiday known as 'Girl's Day' or Doll's Day, with kids painting stations to decorate their own Hinamatsuri ceramic figurines. BYO art supplies, limited available. 
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Eric H. Holder, Jr.

qui., 27 de fev. 08:15 (há 1 dia)
para Sula

All On The Line
When we launched All On The Line a year ago, we knew it would only be successful if dedicated people like you got involved in this movement. One year later, I'm so proud of the work we've accomplished together -- but we have a long, tough fight ahead of us. A fight that can be won. A fight that must be won.

That's why I'm excited to announce the first-ever AOTL Grassroots Redistricting Summit -- a first-of-its-kind gathering of leaders in our campaign to end gerrymandering.

We know that gerrymandering undermines democracy and prevents progress on the issues Americans care the most about. At the summit, we'll roll up our sleeves and dig into our grassroots advocacy strategy. We'll train attendees on the best ways to leverage their power in their communities and with their elected officials.

To learn more about the summit and be the first to know when registration applications open, sign up here.

We can't go into 2021 unprepared. We have the capacity to fight gerrymandering -- but it will only happen if we have a mobilized, engaged American people. All On The Line is galvanizing people to become leaders in this movement -- and this summit will be key to that effort. And after connecting with other local leaders at the summit, people will go back to their communities and share what they've learned. This is how we will build power in our grassroots movement.



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All On The Line
Have you registered your March book club event? We're a month out, which means there's limited reading time left before book club week.

Book clubs will be hosted the week of March 23rd → Register your AOTL Book Club event here so folks in your community can RSVP and start reading!

Our next book is "Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America" by Ari Berman. As a journalist, Ari has dedicated his career to covering voting rights -- we're excited that he'll be joining us for a fireside chat you'll be able to stream at your book club event.

And while you prepare for book club, take a look at this reader's guide from our friends at Sister District.

-- The AOTL Book Club Team



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Further down in this email, I'm going to ask for your help in defeating vote-suppressing Republicans. (You can also donate now by clicking here.) But first, let me explain why.

Republican efforts to suppress the vote are getting more egregious as the stakes in the 2020 election get higher.
    ➔ In Wisconsin, conservatives have attempted to force more than 200,000 people off the voting rolls -- but a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel analysis found that the vast majority are regular voters. (Don't forget that in 2016, Donald Trump won Wisconsin by only 22,000 votes.)
    ➔ Republican-controlled Georgia -- where Governor Brian Kemp defeated Stacey Abrams after suppressing the vote as secretary of state -- recently kicked more than 300,000 people off the rolls.
    ➔ And Texas has been cutting early voting sites on the campuses of historically black colleges and universities.
The pattern is clear: When Republicans are scared they can't win, they cheat -- just like they do with gerrymandering. And it means that if we want to stop them and ensure fair maps, we'll have to work even harder to seek out voters and get them to the polls. Because the 2020 election is too important not to get right.

That's why I'm coming to you. We can't win in target states like Wisconsin, Georgia, Texas, and many more without your financial support. Will you pitch in today to defeat vote-suppressing Republicans and secure a decade of fair maps?


 
 
 
 
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