PDA Chicago Sept. Meeting
When: Tuesday Sept. 26th - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: The Irish American Heritage Center
4626 N. Knox Ave. Chicago 60630
Sharon Sanders - United for Democracy Now
"ALEC - Combating the Koch Brothers"
Sharon Sanders from United for Democracy Now has been tirelessly working to bring progressives together to take our country back and will speak to the group about the urgency of confronting the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the Chamber of Commerce, and all the shadow groups and billionaires who prefer to privatize everything at our expense.
She will discuss how it is critical that we work at all levels, and on all issues, like voter suppression, local elections, the environment, healthcare, charter schools, and on and on and where and how the moves by the Koch brothers and their supporters are the powerful forces behind these issues.
2. Speaker - Sharon Sanders
3. Gubernatorial Forum - Nov 18th and other Local events and actions
4. Summation PDA national campaign -" Summer for Progress"
5. "Change Makes Change" - PDA sustainer program - this is how we pay the bills and run the ship - https://pda.nationbuilder.com/donate
6. Educate Congress - Letter Drops - Congressional offices in Chicago area
7. Announcements -
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For PDA in Chicago - Laura Luckman Kelber - email@example.com
4626 N Knox Ave
Chicago , IL 60630
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