Mass Mob I: April 12, Most Holy Trinity at 9:30 AM (Archbishop Carlson presiding)
Mass Mob II: June 7, Visitation/St. Ann’s Shrine
Mass Mob III: August 2, Sts. Bridget & Teresa
Mass Mob IV: October 11, Our Lady of the Holy Cross
Mass Mob V: January 10, St. Augustine Church
Mass Mob VI: March 20, St. Mary of Victories
When: March 30th, 2015
Where: JC Penny Bldg, UMSL
Topic: What does compassion look like?
Please join us!
Organized by MO Immigrant and Refuge Advocates
When: Tuesday March 10, 2015 from 9:00 AM-3:00PM
Where: Missouri State Capitol, 201 West Capitol Avenue, Jefferson City
This is your chance to meet face-to-face with lawmakers to discuss what’s important for immigrants and refugees in your community. Click here to register!
Charter for Compassion St. Louis will hold their first public meeting on Nov. 13 7-9pm at the Sheet Metal Workers’ Union Hall, 2319 Chouteau (at Jefferson). Click the links to download informational flyers to distribute and share: TownHallFlyerNov13 Invitation to Town Hall Gathering on November 13-1
Monday, November 10th
“Unconscious Racial Bias and the Challenge of Solidarity: Catholic Social Teaching Post-Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and …”
Rev. Bryan N. Massingale, S.T.D., Marquette University
Doerr Chapel, Ryan Hall
Excellent speaker! Highly recommended!
“HARVEST OF EMPIRE:The Untold Story of Latinos in America”
on Sunday, Nov 9th at 11:45 (after our 10:30 Mass)
in the College Church ballroom – light lunch included.
If anyone cooks – and would like to bring a dish – GREAT!
“Harvest of Empire: ” presents a punchy history of a seldom-explored basis for the “immigration crisis,” of Latin American emigration after U.S. interventions”
“Harvest of Empire
is a breakthrough documentary in the way it connects the historical interaction between the US and Latin America with the immigration debate. Using rarely seen newsreel footage and interviews with prominent migrants from countries in the Caribbean, Mexico, and Central America, the film puts a human face on an issue too often reduced to vulgar stereotyping. It has the effect of changing the discourse from one of “illegality” to “historical truth.”
Ed Morales, Univision News and Columbia University’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race
– See more at: http://harvestofempiremovie.com/articles/#sthash.SVUL9kEo.dpuf
October 10 -13
Please join the Organization for Black Struggle, and Don’t Shoot Coalition members for a weekend of demonstrations demanding racial justice in Ferguson, MO. Events will include:
– Saturday, Oct 11th – large mobilization march.
– Sunday, Oct 12 – local break out events, including a possible
Anti-Racism workshop hosted by the STL CW Anti-Racism Collective
– Monday, October 13th – multiple civil disobedience actions
throughout the area.
For more information see: http://fergusonoctober.com/
For the Sake of All Community Conference
Friday, May 30, 2014
8am – 12pm
Missouri History Museum
5700 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112
Join us at the Community Conference where the final report will be released, panelists will discuss report topics, and the community will engage in conversation on implications and next steps. This conference is free and open to the public –a light breakfast will be provided.
RSVP: Click here to register.
Bike for Peace! Sunday, May 4th!
Bike for Peace, seeking the abolition of nuclear weapons, is coming through
St. Louis May 4 en route to New York City during the group’s 2014 world tour.
Several Bike-for-Peace members from Norway invite all comers to bike with them
or ride in companion vehicles. They are circling the world in about 75 days,
using planes, a van, and bicycles. To welcome them or bike with them, contact
Jane Stoever at 913-206-4088.
5:15 p.m. Gather at Tower Grove Park, Turkish Pavillion, near Arsenal (west of
6:15 Begin bike ride with Bike for Peace, to Lindell and Grand
7 p.m. Join the Vigil for Justice, Not War, at Lindell and Grand, welcoming
Bike for Peace to St. Louis
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1407321922876648/
Friday Film Series: Unmanned: America’s Drone Wars
Friday, May 2nd, 7:00 p.m.
Rowan Center, 1401 Rowan Ave.
This documentary investigates the deadly impact of U.S. drone strikes at home
Sponsored by the Justice Institute in collaboration with Drone Free St. Louis.
For more information:
Drones and Donuts, Impacts on Communities of Color
Wednesday, May 7th, 7:00 p.m.
St. Louis Friends Meeting House, 1001 Park Ave.
Join Drone Free St. Louis for part three of a four part panel series that will
explore various concerns and implications of domestic drone use by the St.
Louis Police Department, with donuts!
This panel will zero in on how militarized policing and surveillance, and the
new technology of drones, impacts communities of color, as well as immigration
For more information: www.dronefreestl.org
Also of note this weekend:
A Call To Action : White Activist Fighting Racism and White Supremacy
Sunday, April 27th, 4-6 p.m.
Rowan Center, 1401 Rowan Ave.
Workshop and paper release.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Meeting is Tuesday, April 22nd
7-8pm at St. Alphonsus “Rock” Church