June 17th, 2019.
WYPR. “Midday” is live and talking about transportation challenges in the Baltimore region. Our guests are (from left): -Kevin Quinn, CEO and Administrator of the Maryland Transit Administration. –Klaus Philipsen, urban planner.-Samuel Jordan, president of the Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition.-And Baltimore City Councilman Ryan Dorsey joins us by phone. How could transportation be improved in the region? Share your thoughts in the comments.
April 14th, 2019. “Forum on Nonviolent Peace-Making Initiatives presented by MUPJ/Institute for Peace Action”.
M.J. Park, Little Friends for Peace
Eli McCarthy, D.C. Peace Team
John Ericksson, Global Peace Services
MUPJ Meeting March 10th 2019. “The Connection Between Live Peace & Peace Building” – MJ Park and Joyce Lang
SJ1 starts at 2.20. Thanks.
MUPJ at the 50th Anniversary of the nonviolent Civil Disobedience action of the Catonsville 9 in 1968 against the Vietnam War. (Catonsville Library -Saturday May -05-2018
About the event http://www.catonsville9.org/
MUPJ With Prince George’s County Peace and Justice Coalition’s PGPJC’s, Greenbelt Climate Action Network [GCAN], Co-host Alexis Baden-Mayer, Lawyer and activist on April 15th 2018
September 11th. Memorial Concert
The Prince Georges County Peace & Justice Coalition hosted a Memorial Concert to remember those who lost their lives on September 11th. Renaud D. Brown, tenor, was featured with Vincent Henningfield as the pianist, on Sept. 11th, 2017, in the Greenbelt Community Center.
Charlie Cooper of Get Money Out MD on this year’s HJ6/SJ4 in Annapolis: Note that in two years this resolution that will: 1. Affirm that Congress & the states may regulate raising & spending money in elections;
2. Reserve Constitutional political rights to human beings; and
3. Affirm every citizen’s individual right to vote.
HAS NOT HAD A HOUSE VOTE BECAUSE ANNE HEALEY, RULES AND EXEC. CHAIR, CONTNUES TO THROW IT IN THE DRAW DUE TO OUTRAGEOUS FEARS, AMONG RECORD SUPPORT.