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Politics, Poetry, Music: Events this week to heal the world, invigorate the soul, and/or challenge power

There’s so much to do  in the world, I can hardly keep up with sharing the news…

So, here are some (somewhat vague) mentions of things happening in the LI/NYC area over the next week that might heal the world and shift the Ch’i:

February 1st: Start of Black History Month

February 2nd: (Morning) Groundhogs look for shadow
Malverne Mel
at the Gazebo at 7am
Info: here

February 2nd: (Evening) Poetry
Saeed Jones with Metta Sama & Amy King
Word bookstore in Brooklyn
RSVP at FB: here.

February 3rd: Protest against NDAA (Indefinite detention of Americans!)
at your local Congressperson’s office.

There is one on Long Island at
Tim Bishop’s office – 31 Oak Street, Patchogue.
Occupy Patchogue has called it for 3pm-6pm

Background info about national actions at FB: here.

February 3rd: (Evening) PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse at 8pm
George Mann and Steven Schmidt
This one has poetry, music, and politics
(Plus! Make your occupy, peace, justice, environments announcements on our lit table!)
Info: here.

February 4th: Don’t Attack Iran actions
Info at FB: here.

Local, Long Island Feb4/Iran action
Join Veterans For Peace Long Island and Occupy Patchogue
at the “National Day of Action Against War in Iran”
Saturday, February 4, 1:00-3:00pm
Capital One Bank Plaza, Across from CHASE bank –
116 East Main St, Patchogue, NY 11772

NO war! NO sanctions! NO intervention! NO assassinations
Stop the Insanity!!!!

February 5th: Poetry
Super Poem Sunday
at The Walt Whitman Birthplace
in Huntington at 1pm

February 5th: Music
The Defibrillators at
Syosset Public Library at 2pm
Info: here

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