Grassroots Activism At Work
Time and again we've urged people to get out and
DO something to help preserve your rights. JPFO supporter Renee
Kimball has taken that message and run with it.
If you're in the Portland, OR area, we highly recommend
you attend her First Annual Politics and Beer gathering
on Sunday, October 22. From 2pm to 5pm at the Clinton St. Theatre,
the gathering will feature the award-winning documentary _Innocents
Betrayed_. Afterward, there will be a discussion
period and a "freedom market" with plenty of tables
of books, products, ideas, and information about liberty and freedom.
View the press release here: www.jpfo.org/beernpolitics.htm
Another supporter writes in to tell us that on October
16, the city council of Milo, Iowa voted to adopt a resolution
proclaiming December 15 of each year "Bill of Rights Day".
A copy of the resolution can be found at www.jpfo.org/milobord.pdf
THIS is true grass-roots activism. This is what
it takes to bring hearts and minds to the cause of freedom.
If you're planning a Bill of Rights Day celebration,
let us know about your plans. A showing of _Bill of
Rights or Bust_ or _Innocents Betrayed_
might increase participation and promote discussion. More ideas
can be found here: http://www.jpfo.org/your10rights/bord.html
If you're planning to involve your local government,
such as having a Bill of Rights Day proclaimed for your locality,
we recommend you get started early. The wheels of bureaucracy
It's only 59 days until December 15, Bill of Rights
Day. Start planning today, and let us know!
- The Liberty Crew