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2:00pm [2:00pm] GIRL RISING Community Screening, RSVP by 2/28
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GIRL RISING Community Screening A M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence Event hosted by Janine Burge, a Gandhi Institute fellow and as part of my research on girl’s education. GIRL RISING(PG-13) will engage the audience by "using the power of storytelling to share the simple truth that educating girls can transform societies". Everybody is invited to experience this amazing documentary film together. Free parking across the street, snacks, and discussion to follow: RSVP by 2/28/17 at (585) 392-8074 with any requests, go to FB, or at www.eventbrite.com. See you there!

[2:00pm] People,s March for Education Justice - Rochester
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On March 4, students, teachers, parents and community members across New York State will come together for the People's March for Education Justice. RSVP HERE! http://www.metrojustice.org/march_4?utm_campaign=march4s1&utm_medium=email&utm_source=metrojustice As we continue to defend the institution of public education from federal attacks by Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos, we march to defend that same institution here in New York. The public investment Governor Cuomo proposes in his education budget this year is woefully inadequate and falls way short of being equitable. It will negatively impact our most vulnerable students from early child care to higher education all across the state. Black, brown, immigrant, refugee , low-income, LGBTQIA, English Language Learners , homeless students and students with disabilities , are worthy of an investment that will meet their needs not deny them opportunities to be successful. We march to demand that Governor Cuomo finally fully funds the $4.3 billion owed to public statewide as a result of the Campaign for Fiscal Equity including the $170 million owed to Monroe County We march to Raise the Age and stop the criminalization of our youth. We should be able to provide social workers and other nurturing and committed support staff in schools for struggling youth We march to end the state's over-reliance on high stakes testing We march to demand that NYS invests on the front end in childcare and pre-K and invests in truly making SUNY and CUNY free for all on the back end in order to ensure a successful transition to adulthood We march because we need a Governor in NYS who is not afraid to make the super rich pay just 1% more by extending and expanding the millionaire's tax and closing corporate tax loopholes, which could bring billions to fund high quality education for all and so much more We only have until the end of March, when the budget is finalized to have an impact. If you were inspired by the historic Women’s March like we were, march with us to answer the call for 10 Actions in 100 Days. What: People's March for Education Justice - Rochester When: Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 2:00PM Where: 1 Liberty Pole Way, Rochester, NY RSVP HERE! http://www.metrojustice.org/march_4?utm_campaign=march4s1&utm_medium=email&utm_source=metrojustice Metro Justice http://www.metrojustice.org/

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