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Wed 10/31: Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF 2018
Volunteers needed!

Wed 10/31:

Volunteers needed: Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF 2018!
In 2017, our UNICEF committee working with 18 neighborhood schools and doing local outreach focussed on the Park Slope Halloween Parade raised $23,185 for much-needed funds for UNICEF. Join us to make this year’s campaign even better!
Volunteers are needed:
Wed 10/31: 3 pm to 5 pm, 5 pm to 7 pm
Please help! Email to let Monroe Allison, UNICEF Coordinator, know when you will be available, and for specific location.

Wed Nov 7, 6:30 pm:”Tales from the Vault” BFP Archives Opened at Brooklyn HIstorical Society

Wed Nov 7, 6:30 pm:
“Tales from the Vault”: BFP Archives Opened at Brooklyn Historical Society
Join us to celebrate opening the archive of BFP’s work since 1983!  Founded amid the tensions of the Cold War, Brooklyn For Peace is an organization known for its involvement in local, national, and international political issues including nuclear disarmament, military recruitment, and more. Join two members of the Brooklyn Historical Society library staff, Maggie Schreiner and Laura Juliano, as they share BFP’s 30-year history through their vast archival collections. which were recently cataloged and made available to the public in the Othmer Library.
Advance reservations strongly advised as space is limited!
Click here for tickets ($5; or free for BHS membes)
Doors open 6:00 pm; event starts at 6:30 pm
See it on Facebook
Location: Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont St (corner of Clinton), Brooklyn Heights. Wheelchair accessible.
Questions? Contact BHS Visitor Services desk at 718-222-4111, ext. 250.

Wed. Nov 14, 7 pm: Pushing Back the Right-Wing Assault:
Join Us for a Community MeetingJoin Us for a Community Meeting!

Already Active?
Wondering how to get involved?
Looking to have open discussion with Brooklyn neighbors?

With Right-wing assault on many fronts:
>Attacks on communities of color
>$716 billion defense budget
>US military actions around the world, which far too often include bombing of civilians
>Rolling back efforts to combat climate change

Now is a critical time to build the resistance and work for change!
>What strategies have worked in the past?
>What new approaches do we need?
>How can we successfully link issues and build co-operation between diverse communities?

Here’s an opportunity to share ideas with Brooklyn neighbors!
Where: The Brooklyn Commons. 388 Atlantic Avenue
Between Hoyt and Bond. 2,3,4,5 to Nevins, A,C,G, to Hoyt-Schermerhorn
This venue is wheelchair accessible.

Questions? Contact or call 718-624-5291.|
Flier available to distribute. Please RSVP on Facebook!
Co-sponsored by Brooklyn For Peace and Fort Greene Peace (