I’m way behind on the digest, but wanted to get a note out about Friday CW meetings in New York City for May 30 and June. These are the last meetings before September, so if you’ve been wanting to go, now’s the time. If I lived in New York, I would.
All meetings begin at 7:45pm:
May 30 – Robert Ellsberg: The Duty of Delight — The Diaries of Dorothy Day.*
June 6 – James Fisher: Justice on the Docks — the Waterfront Priests.*
June 13 – Brian Picket et al: Vote Debs in ’08 (play) Anarchists Welcome!
June 20 – Matt Daloisio et al: Critical Issues in War & Peace–Where Do We Go from Here?
Why the meetings? I’ll let the Worker itself explain:
In keeping with Peter Maurin’s recognition of the need for ongoing clarification of thought, we invite you to join us for our weekly Friday night meetings. The meetings are held either at Maryhouse–55 East Third St, 212-777-9617, or St. Joseph House, 36 East First St, 212-254-1640. As far ahead as we can see, those we will hold at First Street will be marked with an *. Feel welcome to call and confirm the schedule. Both houses are between First and Second Avenues (2nd Ave. stop on the F or V train).
So, if you’re within driving distance of New York, please attend if you can. If you do, please leave a comment here or send an e-mail to dnlcornwall AT alaska DOT net.