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8:00 am

Delaware Facebook 101: Facebook for Activists

March 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This is a meeting organized for Indivisible: Delaware, Ohio. All are welcome to attend, however! The agenda: - Download: Been to outside meetings or workshops? Share what you learned! - Facebook 101: Want to know all the cool ninja tricks to make Facebook work for you? Want to know why some posts show up unavailable?

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4:00 pm

Ohio Statewide No DAPL Week: CBus Shows Up

March 27 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Chase Bank, 3250 Tremont Rd
Columbus, OH 43221 United States

Throughout the timeline of the DAPL project, we have seen just how important citizen engagement is in this conflict. To achieve change, we must consistently show just how many of us are against DAPL, and by proxy are against Nexus, Rover, and other such projects which threaten both the environment and human rights. During the

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6:00 pm

Dayton Unit NAACP General Membership Meeting / Monthly Community Meeting

Founded in 1915, the Dayton Unit NAACP is the oldest and largest Civil and Human Rights organization in the Dayton Region. Our members, volunteers, office staff, organizers, committee chairs and Facebook friends continue to fight for social justice for ALL Americans.

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6:30 pm

This Land is Your Land–But Who Governs It?

March 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Maumee Branch Library, 501 River Rd
Maumee, OH 43537 United States

Learn about the traditional missions of the federal land management agencies. All of them are threatened in some way, so the more we know, the better we can advocate. Presented by Marianne Duvendack, former National Park Service Ranger and environmental educator.

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