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NYC supporters of TradeJustice events this week - TPP lobby training & training

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Please join TradeJustice for trainings, briefings, and organizing meetings this week. And please spread the word to your members and supporters!


 

TradeJustice New York Metro Events

Week of Sunday, August 18th, 2013
 

Highlight events this week:

SUNDAY, 8/18,7:30-9:15PM:  WEBINAR: A Training of Trainers: How to Teach the TPP: Interested in doing outreach on TPP? Want to learn to do TPP presentations? Then join Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch for a webinar hosted by Lacey Kohlmoos, their Senior Field Organizer.  Webinar will be followed by a national TPP organizers call hosted by MoveOn activists.  Learn more here.

TUESDAY, 8/20, 6:30-8:30PM:  PHONE TRAINING: Learn to Lobby Against TPP: Join us on Tuesday night for our weekly conference call - including a training on how to lobby against the Trans-Pacific Partnership with Jim Mays of the Sierra Club's Responsible Trade Program. From 6:30-7, we'll cover our weekly TradeJustice business. The training begins at 7PM.  Learn more here  

WEDNESDAY, 8/21, 3-4PM: MONTHLY TPP BRIEFING National TPP telephone briefing by Citizens Trade Campaign. Learn more here.  


Complete Schedule of Events This Week:

 

Sunday, August 18th, 6-7PM: Jeffries Constituents for TradeJustice Meeting
Sunday, August 18th 7:30-9:15PM : WEBINAR: A Training of Trainers: How to Teach the TPP (w/ Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch)
& National TPP Team Strategy Update Call (hosted by MoveOn.org)

Monday, August 19th, 6:30-9PM: Occupy Wall St 2nd Anniversary Day of Action (TPP Focused) Planning Meeting
Tuesday, August 20th, 6:30PM-8:30PM: TradeJustice Weekly Conference Call & Training by Phone: Lobbying vs. Fast Track for TPP w/ Jim Mays (Sierra Club)
Wednesday, August 21st, 3-4PM:Citizens Trade Campaign National TPP Briefing Call
Thursday, August 22nd, 1-2PM: Flush the TPP National Conference Call
Thursday, August 22nd, 7-9PM: Clarke Constituents for TradeJustice and Park Slope Food Coop Members Against TPP Meeting
Friday, August 23rd, 6:30-9PM, Weekly 99%-OWS COORDINATION AND MOVEMENT BUILDING ASSEMBLY (S17 and PRE-S17 Summer/Fall Actions Strategy Planning)

 

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