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Join us for the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Western, and Southern Regional Conferences taking place this fall! Regional Conferences bring together hundreds of Amnesty members and other human rights activists from around the country. Together we will continue our tradition of engaging in networking opportunities, inspiring plenaries, and hands-on skill-building workshops, as well as shaping the policies of the organization.
Join us for a free talk by Nyima Lhamo, Niece of Tenzin Delek Rinpoche and Dorjee Tseten, Students for a Free Tibet's Asia Director & Member of Tibetan Parliament in Exile, on SFT's Political Prisoners’ Campaign and the Tibetan Freedom Movement. Hosted by Amnesty International Local Group 133, Students for a Free Tibet, Amnesty International USA Northeast Regional Office, and the NonProfit Center. About Nyima Lhamo: Ms. Nyima Lhamo, 27, is a human rights defender and the niece of the…Find out more »
Instead of our regular monthly meeting- we will be having a Pot Luck BBQ in Montclair, NJ hosted by the Oostings. RSVP to Steve: stephenoostingdma at gmail dot com for address info. Families welcome. Steve will provide desserts. BYO everything else. (Let Steve know what you're bringing) Even if you are brand new to the group you are welcome!Find out more »
Tabling at the Montclair Farmer's market: RSVP to our tabling coordinators Steve and Ben to sign up for a shift! oosting.ben at gmail dot com and stephenoostingdma at gmail dot com https://g.co/kgs/oR2SE5Find out more »
Amnesty International Group 4 Seattle will be tabling at this production by Seattle Opera, which explores the lives of two Puget Sound women during World War II: a Japanese American forced to leave her home and a German Jewish immigrant preoccupied by those she left behind. Performances Thursday 9/7; Friday 9/8; Sunday 9/10 (2:00PM); Thursday 9/14; Friday 9/15; Sunday 9/17 (2:00PM).Find out more »
Join us to hear about and discuss issues affecting Denver area people experiencing homelessness. We will have guest speakers from the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, Denver Homeless Out Loud, and Urban Peak share about their experiences and ways we can become more involved in advocating for this population. Join us afterwards for drinks and continued discussion across the street at Bar Max.Find out more »
We're the Amnesty International chapter of the Twin Cities. Each month we have a friendly, informal meeting where we review recent human rights news, plan events, and host a guest speaker. Snacks provided. Note that in December we usually change the meeting date.Find out more »
Join us every second Wednesday as we learn about human rights and take action to protect human rights in our community and around the world!Find out more »
You're invited! What: Amnesty International Local Group 30 Where: First Unitarian Universalist Center - 1187 Franklin Street (at Geary) in San Francisco When: Wednesday, August 9th at 7:30 pm (we meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm) Why: We are a community-based collection of volunteers who meet, write letters, and organize events to advance the principles of human rights promoted by Amnesty International worldwide. For more information, please visit http://aigroup30.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/sfgroup30Find out more »
Looking for volunteers to staff the Amnesty International action / information table Contact [email protected], [email protected] Date City Venue AUGUST 01 Auburn WA @ White River Amphitheatre 02 Portland OR @ Moda Center 05 Oakland CA @ Oakland Alameda Coliseum 07 Salt Lake City @ Usana Amphitheatre 09 Denver CO @ Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre 11 Kansas City MO @ Sprint Center 12 Omaha NE @ CenturyLink Center 14 St Louis MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre 16 Noblesville IN @ Klipsch Music…Find out more »
Give a Home is the first-of-its-kind. The one-day event is aimed at bringing more than 1,000 established and emerging artists together with refugees and local communities. These small, intimate, concert gigs will take place in people’s living rooms or secret venues, with hosts opting to “give a home” for the evening.Find out more »