SATURDAY – JUNE 11, 2022 5:00 PM
GATHER AT THE STEPS OF THE
NANTUCKET METHODIST CHURCH
2 CENTRE STREET
Rev. Linda Simmons (UU), Mary Ann Vasquez Cruz and Kathryn Kyomitmaitee, leaders of the Nantucket High School Walk-Out, Rev. Stephen Murray (incoming First Congregational Church), John Carl McGrady, 2021 NHS graduate and former editor of Veritas, Rev. Tom Richard (United Methodist) and Rev. Max Wolf (Saint Paul’s).
We are working locally to prevent gun violence through common sense legislation and committed action. It has been two decades since the massacre at Columbine took the lives of 13 students. It has been fifteen years since the Virginia Tech massacre took the lives of 32 students. It has been ten years since the massacre at Sandy Hook took the lives 26 students and staff. And 10 more years of senseless gun violence. Twenty two weeks into the year 2022, America has already seen at least 246 mass shootings. Make it Stop
Stand up for Women’s Health and Bodily Autonomy
At the Brant Point Lighthouse – Noon
If they can come for Row v Wade
WHERE WILL IT END !
This is a safe space for sharing, information, resistance strategies and our stories. Brant Point is open to the public but owned by the Coast Guard. Let’s speak our mind and keep it kind.
Collect signatures at the Women’s March – January 20th, 2018
to volunteer, email us at: IndivisibleNantucket@gmail.com
More information about volunteer opportunities will be posted as it becomes available.
Please Join Us
National Board Chair:
Foundation Board Member:
Please join us for a reception supporting our State Senator, Julian Cyr.
|Thursday, August 24, 2017 – 5 PM – 7 PM
|Law Offices of Steven and Jennifer Cohen
|34 Main Street – Second Floor
We are lucky to have a senator with Julian Cyr’s energy, knowledge and legislative skills
Julian Cyr Nantucket – August 24, 2017
August 10, 2017
5 PM – 7 PM
Fisherman Peter Kaizer and other concerned Nantucketers, are working to educate the general public about these alternatives, which are necessary for the sustainability of forage food, in specific, the squid spawning event.
Insuring that the same protections are in place for Nantucket’s waters AND limiting the catch amounts during the spawning season are vital to the sustainability of critical bait fish for this region.
Endorse Alternatives 4B and 4D at the Mid Atlantic Fishery Management Council
Please join the Nantucket Immigration Community Alliance (formerly the Immigration Task Force)
Thursday May 4th at 5pm at the UU Meeting House on 11 Orange St.
as we meet to discuss what to include in our Immigration Information Center, that will be open once a month at the UU Meeting House, and how to train ourselves to staff this center. All hands are needed on deck!
We will also continue to make plans for community events, potlucks, dances, and conversations to build friendship, trust and understanding.
All are welcome. Raise your voices, open your hearts, and join us in this work to become an island we can all be proud to call home.
Today, around the world, there are protests to protect and enhance workers rights. Similar to our Labor Day in other countries, May Day is now mostly a day of protests and commemoration — remembering the long struggle for rights for working people. Click to view a 45 second video about it’s history.