In the Community: Energy, Democracy, Whiteness, Interfaith Action

Solar Panels on Route 128 Discussion
Monday, January 30, 6:30 pm, Estabrook School

Reclaiming Our Democracy

Tuesday, January 31, 7-9pm, First Parish in Concord

Do you believe that “we the people” need to reclaim our democracy? Do you believe that corporations, Super PACS and the very wealthy have too much influence on our government? If so, please come to a gathering organized by the Americans for Economic Fairness group at First Parish in Concord on January 31 at 7:00 p.m. We will view the 30 minute film Legalize Democracy followed by small group discussions to better understand the issues and what needs to be done. If we have bad weather that evening please call the office at 978-369-9602 to verify that the church is open.

All people from all denominations and beliefs are encouraged to join us. This issue crosses all races, religions and political affiliations. If you are interested in attending, please complete this short registration form or email Fred Van Deusen at

Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race
Thursday, February 2, 7 pm, Waldorf School of Lexington
Talk by author Debby Irving, of Winchester. A collaboration between Waldorf and Lexington Community Education

Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO) Action
February 2, Bethel AME Church, 40 Walk Hill St., Jamaica Plain
Carpooling from Lexington arranged by Temple Isaiah; contact Evy Megerman at
Sustainable Energy First Friday Forum
Friday, February 3, 9:15 am, Carey Library,
 League of Women Voters First Friday forum on Sustainable Energy Initiatives in Lexington 2017