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Start: Nov 9 2011 5:00 pm
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Leonard Lance Town Hall Meeting Nov. 9th in Clark, NJ


Congressman Leonard Lance (R-NJ-7) will hold a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 9, in Clark.

The meeting will take placed from 5-7 p.m. at the Clark Municipal Court Building,  315 Westfield Avenue. All residents of New Jersey's Seventh Congressional District are invited to attend.

Since some of NJPA's members live in District 7, we thought we'd pass this announcement along. We only learned of it late last night, so we apologize for the short notice. Issues like "Moving the Money from War to Peace" or ending the war in Afghanistanare very appropriate to raise.

There are some questions below for Town Hall participants as well as some tracking tips to ensure that good video or still photos for the media are obtained. There  is also reference to a document of tips called Making Your Voice Heard at a Town Hall. iPhone cameras do just fine for both, so no need to get very high tech with things like this. It's just imperative to hold our elected officials accountable, so any help you can provide is just great.

Basically, the ideal situation would include a good group of folks (say 10) essentially able to get their questions out there with one person deemed the "tracker" who is videotaping and/or getting photos (for example, Clark Muni Courtroom surrounded by Don't Touch My Medicare signs or a crowd of folks outside the building with signs, etc.).

Any videotape we get of Rep. Lance is always the best.

Making Your Voice Heard http://scr.bi/uwOvPx

Sample Questions for GOP Town Halls http://scr.bi/uQ8we8

Tracking Tips for Volunteers   http://scr.bi/uOqpmB

If anyone is able to attend, please let us know.

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Start: Nov 12 2011 11:45 am
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NJPA's 54th Annual Soup Luncheon

This year's Soup Luncheon will feature Phyllis Bennis and Judith LeBlanc.

Saturday, November 12th - 11:45am to 4:00pm

Bloomfield High School

  Phyllis Bennis is a Fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington DC, where she directs the New Internationalism Project.  She is also a fellow of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam.  She works on U.S. foreign policy issues, particularly regarding Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and Palestine, as well as United Nations issues, especially regarding democratization of the UN and challenge of U.S. domination of the UN.,  She serves as an informal adviser to several top UN officials on Palestine and UN empowerment issues.

Judith LeBlanc, Field Director of Peace Action, coordinates eforts on campaigns to cut military spending, nuclear abolition and to oppose the war in Afghanistan.  She works closely with Peace Action's affiliates on grassroots organizing efforts.  She helps coordinate the efforts of the New Priorities Network, a national network supporting grassroots organizing to "move the money from wars and weapons to fund human needs."  She is a member of the Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma and lives in Harlem, NY.

Music provided by Spook Handy!

(Click here for Luncheon Brochure)

(Click here to for on-line Registration)

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