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4136Chicago Greens: 3 Upcoming Eco / Energy Programs

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  • Charles Paidock
    Aug 27, 2013
      3 Upcoming Chicago Green Programs:  http://www.illinoisgreens.org/
      August 31, September 14, September 28
      College of Complexes
      weekly free speech forum on social issues and current events
      all in attendance will be afforded an opportunity to ask questions, and make rebuttals and/or remarks for 5 minutes
      www.collegeofcomplexes.org  (information below)
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      Meet Up Calendar + Notices
      Upcoming Programs Scheduled:
      August 31
      Debate: Thorium Powered Molten Salt Reactors - A Solution to US Energy Needs, or Just Another Nuclear Boondoggle?
      September 7
      Andrew Nelson - Candidate for Mayor of Chicago discusses the issues
      September 14
      Obama's New Energy Policy, Keystone Pipeline, Fracking, etc.
      September 21
      Are Many Black Americans Now More Afraid of Getting Shot on the Street as a Result of the Zimmerman Decision?
      September 28
      Mariyana Spyropoulos, Commissioner
      Metropolitan Water Reclamation District - with powerpoint presentation
      October 5
      The Decline of the West, Was Spengler Right?
      October 12
      Join the Democratic Renaissance:  "Virtual Voting" is a Human Right
      The Altruist Party Candidate for Chicago Mayor
      October 19
      Voting Rights Advisory Council
      Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
      October 26
      ONE Campaign to Make Poverty History
      November 2nd
      Expecting More From City Officials - "We Can Do More!"
      Mark Loveless, Candidate for Chicago City Clerk
      November 9th
      contact the Program Coordinator Charles Paidock if you would like to speak at (312) 842-5036, (312) 714-7790 cell or cpaidock@...
      Presentation at 8:00 PM - Every Saturday
      Lincoln Restaurant
      4008 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago - intersection of Irving Park and Damen
      (4000 N - 2000 W)
      Free Parking, 1 Block from the Irving Park Stop on the Brown Line, CTA
      Tuition $3.00 and food/drink purchase requested by restaurant
      Questions from Audience
      Speaker's Final Comments