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Third Annual Break the Gridlock Conference

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  • Robert J. Matter
    Please forward ( ala John Lennon) across the universe as in words are flying out - Break The Gridlock a grassroots activist organization working to
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 26, 2002
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      Please forward ( ala John Lennon) "across the universe" as in words are flying out -

      Break The Gridlock a grassroots activist
      organization working to overcome car dependency in
      Chicago by promoting a sustainable and equitable
      transportation policy invites you to attend:

      THE THIRD Annual Break the Gridlock Conference!

      Saturday, October 12, from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

      Pulaski Park Fieldhouse
      1419 W. Blackhawk St. (1500 N.) Chicago
      (Near the CTA Blue Line Division St. Station)

      Don't miss these speakers

      Michael Shiffer, Vice President of Planning and
      Development, Chicago Transit Authority.

      Chris Carlsson, a founder of the Critical Mass, a
      worldwide movement to promote bicycling as

      John Wetmore, independent producer of the TV show,
      "Perils of Pedestrians."

      And FUN:
      Aaron Naparstek, the "Honku Poet" of New York.

      ...plus displays, exhibits, and hands-on workshops and lunch prepared and served
      on site by the Gridlock Kitchen Crew, a treat in itself!

      Registration is $20.00 at the door, but you can
      pre-register for $15 at
      http://www.breakthegridlock.org,or send your check
      made out to The Center for Neighborhood Technology
      (BTG’s fiscal agent - thank you CNT) to:

      Break The Gridlock
      1573 N. Milwaukee Ave. #447
      Chicago, IL 60622-2009.

      More info at http://www.breakthegridlock.org

      This is your opportunity to meet the leaders in
      Chicago's burgeoning activist community and contribute
      to making our city a model for a sane and sensible (and car-less)
      transportation policy.

      Mark your calendar and register today!
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