Things You Can Do This Week

March 4-16

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Here is the list of things you can do this week!

As the legislative season in RI heats up, there are more and more things to do. Hope this is helpful in helping you make some decisions.

If there are specific bills you are looking to support at the State House, you can check out the state’s website here.  If you can’t make it to the State House to testify, remember that you can submit written testimony.

After Super Tuesday, you might be wondering if you are registered to vote here in RI. Here is a great place to check out your status: Rock the Vote
There is lots of information on this website on how you can participate in the election this year, from registering to vote, to helping others register.

Our own primary is coming up on August 9, so plan ahead! Be ready to vote!

Have a healthy week!


March 5
Trial Support For Sherrie
8:30am to 5pm
New Bedford District Court
75 N 6th Street, New Bedford, MA, 02740

March 5
First Hearing on Act on Climate 2020 Bill
4:30 to 6:30pm
RI State House, Room 101, 82 Smith Street, Providence

March 5
Meet Local Candidates for Change
7 to 8pm
Rhode Island Political Cooperative
Rochambeau Public Library, 708 Hope Street, Providence

March 5
Practice Conflict Resolution and Alternatives to Violence
6:30 to 8:30pm
Nonviolence Institute, 265 Oxford Street, Providence
call or text 978-314-7453

March 6
Chase Bank Lunchtime Protest
11:45 to 1pm
Cimate Action RI and 350 RI
Chase Bank,234 Thayer Street, Providence

March 6
International Women’s Day 2020: Fighting Bias for Inclusiveness
3:30 to 5:30pm
Hope and Change for Haiti
RI State House, 82 Smith Street, Providence

March 6 
International Women’s Day Celebration
6 to 8pm
Providence City Council
25 Dorrance Street, Providence,  RI

March 6 
Voter Registration Training
10am to 12pm
Women’s Fund of RI
53 Mumford Road, Wakefield, RI

March 6
Peace Vigil
RI Anti War Committee
Federal Building, Providence, Corner of Exchange and Washington Streets

March 7
Local Environmental Action Conference
9am to 4pm
Will Nakshian and Climate Action RI
Northeastern University, Boston, MA

March 7
Drivers Licenses for All Art Build
11am to 3pm
AMOR Collective
FANG Collective Office, 545 Pawtucket Ave, Unit 113, Pawtucket

March 8
Unfinished Business:The Long Civil Rights Movement
The Center for Reconciliation
Cathedral of Saint John, , 271 North Main Street, Providence

March 8
Art Build for Allens Avenue Action
2 to 7pm
FANG Collective Office, 545 Pawtucket Ave, Unit 113, Pawtucket

March 10
Press Conference on Driver’s Licenses for All Legislation
3 to 4 pm
RI State House Library, 82 Smith Street, Providence

March 11
Wednesday’s at the State House with Caroline
The Womxn Project Headquarters
RI State House, 82 Smith Street, Providence

March 11
RI Coalition for the Homeless Volunteer Open House
RI Coalition for the Homeless
1070 Main Street, #304, Pawtucket

March 12
Fundraiser for MAE Organization
11am to 10pm
Chelo’s of Warwick, 2225 Post Rd, Warwick

March 12
DARE March Membership Meeting
6 to 8pm
Direct Action for Rights and Equality
340 Lockwood Street, Providence

March 12
Climate Action RI Weekly Pot Luck
Climate Community Center, # C103, 545 Pawtucket Ave, Pawtucket

March 12
Asylum Sanctuary Coalition Meeting
First Unitarian Church of Providence, 1 Benevolent St, Providence for more information

Friday March 13
Climate Change, Survival and Deepening Our Humanity
6 to 7:30pm
John F Kennedy Presidential Museum
Columbia Point, Boston, MA

March 14
Vigil for Peace
11am to 12pm
East Bay Citizen’s for Peace
Bristol Public Library, 525 Hope Street, Bristol

March 14
Demystifying Power, Who’s Counting Anyway?
10:30am to 12pm
Southside Cultural Center and Common Cause RI
393 Broad Street, Providence