Area Events List

This calendar is created from events posted by Indivisible Columbus, the national Indivisible action calendar, and Act Columbus. Click on the links to learn more about each event.

August 20, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Canvass for Local Politics and Love

    August 20, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    372 Morrison Ave, Columbus, OH 43205-2132

    Join us on Sunday as we spread love and knowledge about the importance of
    local government. Columbus is a tale of two cities, working well for those
    with means, and leaving others, mostly poor minority communities behind. We
    have the power to change these tough realities, but only together, and only
    through, love, hard work, and dedication to REAL democracy in Columbus.
    Causes
    Kid Friendly

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  • 4th Annual Back to School Haircuts and Supplies

    August 20, 2017 @ 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm
    Barnett Recreation Center 1184 Barnett Rd, Columbus, Ohio 43227

    This year marks the 4th Annual Free Back to School Haircuts and Supplies
    event for Central Ohio. Over the past 3 years The Successful Barber
    Organization and Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. Alpha Eta Omega Chapter
    have been able to partner with community leaders and organizations to
    sponsor free haircuts, food and school supplies for our local families. We
    are truly amazed by how many people have volunteered to partner with us
    over the years to bring a much needed service to our community. We are
    currently looking for barbers and hairstylists to volunteer for this years
    event held at Ohio State College of Barber Styling. If you are a licensed
    barber, cosmetologist or student interested in volunteering for this event
    please fill out the form to sign up for this event. We appreciate your
    service and dedication to the community.
    Community

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  • SNAP & Sideswipe Fundraiser!

    August 20, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    Sideswipe Brewing 2419 Scioto Harper Dr, Columbus, Ohio 43204

    Please join SNAP of Central Ohio at Sideswipe Brewing on
    Sunday, August 20th from 2-4pm! Sideswipe will generously donate a
    percentage of sales to SNAP - all proceeds go to spaying & neutering!
    SNAP of Central Ohio is proud to support local businesses!

    Causes
    Free Admission
    Fundraising
    Beer

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  • Ohio Sustainable Farm Tour Open House

    August 20, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Want to see a productive residential urban farm? This is your chance!

    Over the Fence Urban Farm is dedicated to experimenting with, mastering,
    and sharing techniques for growing food that promote self-reliance and
    sustainability, and support the consumption of more fresh, locally
    harvested, delicious food. Toward these ends, the farm serves as a
    demonstration site for season extension practices, vertical gardening, and
    permaculture design. The farm is funded through a community supported
    agriculture (CSA) program, and family, friends, and neighbors help tend the
    land.

    This tour is part of the 2017 Ohio Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop
    Series presented by Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association, Central
    State University Cooperative Extension, The Ohio State University Extension
    Sustainable Agriculture Team, and Clintonville Farmers' Market. The tour
    "provides uniques opportunities for farmers, educators, and conscientious
    waters to learn about sustainable agriculture and local foods on the farm
    from growers with years of practical experience."

    Download the full tour guide at

    Home ⋅ Garden

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  • Bexley Community Volunteer Fair

    August 20, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    Bexley Public Library 2411 E Main St, Bexley, Ohio 43209

    Bexley Public Library will host the Bexley Community Volunteer Fair on
    Bexley's Main Street in front of the Library. Neighbors will have the
    opportunity to meet and learn more about Bexley-area organizations that are
    working to support the community and utilize volunteers to accomplish their
    mission. The Fair will take place outside along Main Street weather
    permitting. In case of inclement weather, it will be moved into the
    Library's auditorium.

    Participating organizations include: Bexley Historical Society & Museum,
    BWC ~ Bexley Women's Club, Bexley Lions Club, Whitehall-Bexley Rotary Club,
    Friends of Bexley Public Library, Bexley Activities Club, Bexley Natural
    Market, DARN (Developmental Assets Resource Network), Franklin Park
    Conservatory, and Bexley Public Library.
    Networking
    Free Admission
    Volunteering

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  • Intersectionality: What it is and why it matters to all!

    August 20, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
    PFLAG Columbus See: General Info, Columbus, Ohio 43201

    A discussion on Intersectionality with Equitas Health's Mozaic Outreach
    Coordiunator, Sile Singleton AND Professor Shannon Winnubst, PhD, Chair,
    Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, The Ohio State University.
    To learn more about Dr. Winnubst:
    To learn more about Mozaic, see
    Causes
    Free Admission

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August 21, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Restored Citizens & Communities for Change - Monthly Meeting

    August 21, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church,386 Buttles Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43215

    www.rcc4c. org

    Meetings are held the 3rd Monday of the month from 5:00pm - 7:00pm at St.
    Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, located at 386 Buttles Ave. in Columbus
    (just west of Goodale Park).

    About & Mission:

    RCC4C is an alliance of restored citizens and advocates who are working
    together to affect changes in our criminal justice system. We believe in a
    society where people are given second chances and the opportunity for
    redemption.

    Unfortunately, our present criminal justice system uses perpetuating
    punishment and collateral sanctions to create an underclass among us. The
    formerly incarcerated must have the ability to be rehabilitated and return
    to their families and the community with the tools necessary to rebuild and
    restructure their lives.

    Indeed, social justice demands that the criminal justice system be
    reevaluated, that barriers to employment, housing and other critical
    services be removed, and that increased resources—pre and post release—be
    used to assist individuals to restore their lives.

    Those closest to the problems have insights about these issues and their
    voices must be heard as solutions are crafted. Restored citizens’
    perspectives and those whose lives have been impacted by the criminal
    justice system provide a different lens for community members and decision
    makers to think about criminal justice issues. This shift in thinking is
    necessary to achieve broad, meaningful, humane and lasting criminal justice
    reform.

    Advocacy Priorities:

    * Improve the support systems for those who are re-entering society
    from incarceration - It is estimated that 95% of prisoners will be
    released back into the community. These individuals and receiving
    communities would be better served if those who are returning have
    reliable access to housing, mental health care, recovery programs,
    and sustainable employment that will keep them out of poverty. This
    will help to reduce recidivism, reduce violence, and heal and
    stabilize families.
    * Promote humane treatment and restorative measures for those currently
    incarcerated – A majority of those entering our jails and prisons
    suffer with mental illness and/or addiction. These individuals need
    access to effective treatment. In 2015, Ohio prisons held 10 times
    the amount of mentally ill than mental health institutions in our
    state. [v] Furthermore, 80% of prisoners in Ohio have not completed
    high school and lack critical skills needed to maintain gainful
    employment, which is critical to the stability of the family. [vi]
    Restoration and rehabilitation needs to be central to the treatment
    of those currently incarcerated.
    * Lower the population in our county jails and state prisons – Our
    Jails and prisons are costly not only to individuals and families who
    are directly impacted by incarceration, but also to the taxpayers in
    Ohio. Since 1980 Ohio’s prison population has more than tripled. 1 in
    4 state employees work in corrections. [vii] There are many areas in
    need of reform to help reduce the numbers of people incarcerated,
    including how we police our communities, creating more alternatives
    to incarceration, sentencing reform, and changing policies like
    mandatory minimums which limit judicial discretion.
    * Address policies and practices which serve as the foundation for
    unequal representation of black males, people of color, and the
    economically disadvantaged within the criminal justice system- The
    majority of individuals incarcerated are already marginalized in our
    society. Many policies and procedures used in our criminal justice
    system further target and disenfranchise these populations,
    increasing opportunity and wealth disparities in our communities.
    Issues like high costs for attorneys, court fees and bail also place
    many at a disadvantage maneuvering the criminal justice system.

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  • House Party Fundraiser in Support of U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown

    August 21, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    1178 Francisco Rd, Columbus, OH 43220

    Let's keep U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown working for us.

    Please join Columbus Northwest Blues for a house party in support of U.S.
    Senator Sherrod Brown with special guest Columbus City Councilwoman
    Elizabeth Brown.

    Where: The Home of Jean and Roy Wentzel
    1178 Francisco Road
    Columbus, OH 43220
    Parking is available on the NW corner of Kenny Road and Francisco Road.

    Date: Monday, August 21st
    Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Suggested contributions range from:
    Supporter: $250.00
    Ally: $100.00
    Advocate: $50.00
    Friend: $25.00

    Please RSVP to Jean Wentzel at: jwentzel7@msn.com

    Cash contributions limited to $100.00 or less. Checks should be made
    payable to Friends of Sherrod Brown and can be brought to the event or
    mailed to:
    Friends of Sherrod Brown
    3867 West Market St., Suite 289
    Akron, Ohio 44333
    Contributions or gifts to Friends of Sherrod Brown are not tax
    deductible.All individual contributions must be made from personal funds
    and may not be reimbursed by another. Contributions to Friends of Sherrod
    Brown are limited to $2700 per election for individuals.The primary and
    general elections are considered separate elections with separate limits.
    Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the
    name, mailing address, occupation and name of the employer for individuals
    whose contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle.
    Community

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August 22, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • August Repro Health Happy Hour

    August 22, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    GROWL,2995 N High St, Columbus, Ohio 43202

    Do you believe in reproductive justice for all?
    Do you love fresh craft beer?
    Do you find that pro-choice happy hours make the best happy hours?

    Join us for the August Repro Health Happy Hour at GROWL! in Clintonville!

    Repro Health Happy Hour is part of a global network of social events for
    people who care about sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice in
    their personal or professional life.

    Come when you can and leave when you need to...it’s a casual meet-up.

    We ask for a $5 donation to a pro-choice cause, and your donation gets you
    a drink on the house! 100% of donations will go to Columbus' very own
    Founders Women's Health Center, which provides abortions to women from the
    Central Ohio area and beyond.

    Join our email list here:

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  • Queer Yoga's Tuesday Tadasana

    August 22, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    It Looks Like It's Open,13 E Tulane Rd, Columbus, OH 43202, USA

    http:// www.facebook.co m/events/1710101515949031

    Queer Yoga is Columbus's first queer-focused yoga class that offers
    professional yoga instruction in a designated Safe(r) Space. We endeavor to
    cultivate an atmosphere of acceptance and community in all we do, from sun
    salutations to post-yoga snack time. Whether you are new to yoga, or you
    can complete a headstand without assistance, you will find something to
    challenge and deepen your practice.

    Class fees are $6 for ALL participants. Everyone is welcome. Bring a mat.

    Queer Yoga Instructor Schedule:
    1st Tues - Andy King
    2nd Tues - Kelly Ish
    3rd Tues - Kelsey Davis
    4th Tues - Becca Alexander

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August 23, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • BLACK PRIDE 4 Community Conversation #2

    August 23, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
    St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and University Center,30 W Woodruff Ave, Columbus, OH 43210, USA

    Join us for a follow up to our past community conversation on how to better
    our community for Black LGBTQ+ people. This second conversation will be
    focused on bringing our minds together to action-plan and figure out what
    each of us can do to better our community.

    If you are looking to figure out how to get involved in our cause, if you
    came to our community conversation on July 24 and wanted more time to work
    together and flesh out action items, and/or if you want to better yourself
    as an accomplice to LGBTQ+ people of color, we invite you to come out on
    Wednesday, August 23 to build with us.

    What to expect:
    1. Short teach-in on the historical context of the #BlackPride4
    and police brutality
    2. Smaller team discussions grouped by skills and resources
    3. Sharing our ideas and determining next actions as a group

    Please also sign and share the petition to send to prosecutors demanding
    that the charges against the #BlackPride4 be dropped:

    goo.gl/forms/ ks8UHoVllIcoVILr2

    We look forward to working with you to better support Black LGBTQ+ people
    in Columbus!

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  • August Weinland Park Community Meeting

    August 23, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    ,Schoenbaum Family Center, 175 E. 7th Ave (at the corner of 7th Ave & Summit St)

    http://

    Time: 6:30 P.M. Until 8:00 P.M.
    Place: Schoenbaum Family Center
    Address: 175 E. 7th Ave (at the corner of 7th Ave & Summit St)

    Food is provided =-)

    Please come join us for a meal and be informed.
    1.You will know what is going on in your neighborhood.
    2.Meet your neighbors.
    3.You can ask questions get answers and address your concerns
    4.Learn about employment and training opportunities.

    5. And much more!

    We would love to have your support, involvement and commitment.
    _______________

    Hora: 6:30 P.M. Hasta 8:00 P.M.
    Lugar: Schoenbaum Family Center
    Direccion:175 E. 7th Ave (en la esquina de la 7th Ave & Summit St)

    Se proporcionan alimentos =-)

    Por favor acompenos para compartir una comida y por ser informado.
    1. Sabra que esta sucediendo en su vecindario.
    2. Conocer a sus vecinos.
    3. Podra hacer preguntas y consequiras respuestas..
    4. Aprender sobre oportunidades de empleo y entrenamiento.
    5.. Y muchas mas!

    Nos encantara contar con su apoyo, participacion y compromiso.

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  • An Evening with Dr. Willie Parker

    August 23, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    Church of the Covenant,Mather House, 11205 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106, USA

    Preterm and our community partners invite you to spend the evening withDr.
    Willie Parker , an outspoken,
    Christian reproductive justice advocate and an abortion provider in the
    South. Dr. Parker will discuss and sign copies of his new book, "Life’s
    Work: A Moral Argument for Choice."

    Dr. Parker is one of the few physicians offering abortion care in the
    South. He believes that it is his duty, both as a medical doctor and as a
    Christian, to help women in need, and to do so without judgment. In "Life's
    Work," he reveals how he came to believe, unequivocally, that helping women
    in need, without judgment, is precisely the Christian thing to do.

    In this timely and important program, Dr. Parker debunks the reactionary
    myths around abortion with scientific clarity and moral conviction. His
    life journey is remarkable, his example inspiring. He writes: "I could live
    with the awareness that someone might harm me. I am not so sure that I am
    brave enough to live with the awareness that I was too afraid to do what I
    knew to be right."

    Tickets are available at http://bit.ly/WillieParker

    . $10 general admission, $5 student admission. Doors open at 6:30pm,
    program beings promptly at 7pm.

    Thank you to our partner organizations! ACLU of Ohio
    , Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple
    ,
    CWRU Social Justice Institute
    , Center for Inquiry | Northeast Ohio (CFI)
    , Church of the Covenant
    , First Unitarian Church of Cleveland
    , Flora Stone
    Mather Center for Women - CWRU
    , LGBT
    Cleveland Community Center ,
    Mac's Backs-Books On Coventry ,
    Medical Students for Choice at CWRU,
    NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio ,
    National Council of Jewish Women/Cleveland
    , NOW Cleveland
    , New Voices Cleveland
    , Ohio Religious Coalition
    for Reproductive Choice , and URGE:
    Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity
    .

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August 24, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • at Tiberi's

    August 24, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
    250 E Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH 43085, USA

    Every Thursday we rally at Representative Tiberi's office to show our opposition to the anti-american work of the current GOP congress. Free parking is available at the park across the street.

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  • Clean & Green is Good for Business in Columbus

    August 24, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Brothers Drake Meadery 26 East 5th Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43211

    Join the Ohio Sustainable Business Council and Cleveland business leaders
    to learn and share how sustainable practices and a clean environment are
    good for business. Connect with like-minded businesses.

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  • FCYDems Happy Hour!

    August 24, 2017 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
    Old North Arcade 2591 N High St, Columbus, Ohio 43202

    Join FCYDems for a networking happy hour on Thursday, August 24, 2017! Meet
    our new officers and connect with fellow members.

    We hope to see you there!

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  • Yes We Can Happy Hour Fundraiser

    August 24, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    237 King Ave, Columbus, OH 43201-2775

    Yes We Can Columbus is proud to support candidates for Columbus City
    Council and School Board that are committed to seeing Columbus create safe
    communities and a livable wage, take big money out of politics and
    establish an equitable public school system that puts the well-being of our
    youth before the moneyed interests of corporate developers.

    The summer has flown by, and before we know it the November election will
    be here! We need your support to shift the conversation and elect
    progressive candidates with a vision to strengthen our schools and improve
    people's lives in Columbus.

    All are welcome and encouraged to join us at The Bottle Shop on Thursday,
    August 24th at 6 p.m. for discounted drinks and a chance to get to know the
    City Council and School Board candidates fighting to move Columbus forward.

    Can't make the event but want to show your support? Donate $27 online here:
    secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/yeswecancolumbus?refcode=april6&amount=27.00

    Suggested contribution: $27
    Free street parking
    Causes

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August 25, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Fight the right! Build the left!

    August 25, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
    TBD

    The Trump administration’s war on working people has emboldened the far
    right, leading to a rise in violent attacks by extremists and open rallies
    by the alt-right and the KKK in Berkeley, Portland, and Charlotte.
    Democratic politicians have failed to pose a real alternative to Trump and
    the right, instead saying we need to hold back on demands that would
    alleviate the immiseration facing working people, like taxing the rich,
    single payer healthcare, and a living wage.

    At the same time, the opportunities to build the left and socialist
    organization are the best they’ve been in decades. We need to mobilize a
    mass movement to defeat the far right on the streets. And we must construct
    a left political alternative that raises people's hopes and builds
    solidarity against the right’s attempts to scapegoat the poor, minorities,
    women, immigrants, and people of color for rising inequality and social
    despair.

    Socialism - the politics of a democratic working class movement from below
    - is the revolutionary answer to right wing populism and neoliberal
    centrism. Socialist organization must be a central component of this new
    left if we are to effectively challenge Trump and the far right and fight
    for a better future.

    Join International Socialist Organization - Columbus as we map the
    right-wing and the left's prospects for making sure their politics get no
    hearing.

    *Please let us know if you need interpretation services or other
    acommodations. There is free parking at St. Stephen's.*

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  • New Documentary: Whose Streets?

    August 25, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - August 26, 2017 9:00 pm
    Wexner Center for the Arts,Weigel Hall, 1871 N High St, Columbus, OH 43210, USA

    TWO SHOWS! Friday & Saturday at 7 PM.

    “[This] outstanding and incendiary documentary about Ferguson does a
    tremendous end run around television and mainstream news outlets…It’s
    images aren’t leaked by law enforcement or stage managed for the media, but
    come directly from the people who lived through the violent events of
    2014.”—The Guardian (UK)

    WHOSE STREETS? provides an unflinching and unseen look at the uprisings
    that happened in Ferguson and St. Louis, Missouri, in the wake of Michael
    Brown’s death by local police. Made from footage taken by the activists and
    leaders who were at the forefront of the movement for justice, the film
    both suggests a way forward and serves as a powerful battle cry for a new
    resistance. These are people fighting not just for civil rights, but for
    the right to live. (104 mins., DCP)

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  • Whose Streets Movie Screening & Community Discussion

    August 25, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    Wexner Center for the Arts,Weigel Hall, 1871 N High St, Columbus, OH 43210, USA

    Join us for the movie screening ‘Whose Streets’ followed by a 30 min open
    community discussion on Friday August 25th 7:00 pm at the Wexner Center of
    Arts.

    It is important now more than ever for us to come together in order to
    dismantle the racist structures in our society.

    Immediately following the movie screening we will host a 30 min open
    community discussion led by the education and film department of Wexner
    Center of Arts and Rhiannon Childs Women’s March Ohio Director.

    “This film is about the changes we can make in our lives today”. “It’s
    about individual human beings and honoring those people who came out and
    stood up and these people are heroes. Ferguson were filled with people
    standing up for values that America has always professed, but never upheld.
    – and for the people who did not protest to see the dignity, necessity of
    what they were doing and to have a new perspective on the protests". -
    Sabaah Folayan Film Director

    "A lot of times activists get put to the side like they are thugs or are
    against law and order – and all the things that make America great, and in
    reality, they are trying to uphold the standards that this country set. I
    hope that a real internal change takes place with how people see each
    other, with how people see activism and protest – and the people involved
    in it.”

    “I hope those people who were out there see the glory and the magic in what
    they’ve done – and who they are”.

    ***In the spirit of upholding the roots of Whose Street film director who
    traveled to Ferguson with the intention of bringing public health into the
    fold as far as resources for protesters, we will be collecting resources
    for local social justice organizations who are in need. Please bring to the
    premiere some of the following resources and I will be sharing more details
    soon:

    Items include the following: snacks, personal hygiene products, 7 day COTA
    bus pass.

    *Purchase movie tickets with event link

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  • Hello Emerson Album Release + CRIS Benefit

    August 25, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
    Rumba Cafe 2507 Summit St, Columbus, Ohio 43202

    Hello Emerson releases their debut album, "Above the Floorboards" on
    August, 25th. Preorder at

    Several things are special about this show.

    13-PIECE BAND: We'll perform the whole album with full instrumentation,
    including pedal steel, string trio, brass quartet, synths, and more.

    HALF OF THE DOOR GOES TO CRIS: Learn more about Commuinty Refugee and
    Immigration Services at and support familes
    settling in Columbus.

    WE HAVE MERCH: CDs, aprons, mugs, pencils, journals, and stickers will be
    available.

    BAKED GOODS: There will be free homemade desserts and stuff.

    ~~OPENING ACTS INCLUDE~~

    HANIF WILLIS-ABDURRAQIB: Buy this person's poetry and don't look back. Born
    and raised in Columbus. My understanding of poetry changes and grows when I
    see him perform.

    SAM CRAIGHEAD: A favorite Columbus songwriter will perform songs from his
    new and less-new albums the way I first met him - karaoke style with
    backing tracks.
    Music

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August 26, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • New Documentary: Whose Streets?

    August 25, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - August 26, 2017 9:00 pm
    Wexner Center for the Arts,Weigel Hall, 1871 N High St, Columbus, OH 43210, USA

    TWO SHOWS! Friday & Saturday at 7 PM.

    “[This] outstanding and incendiary documentary about Ferguson does a
    tremendous end run around television and mainstream news outlets…It’s
    images aren’t leaked by law enforcement or stage managed for the media, but
    come directly from the people who lived through the violent events of
    2014.”—The Guardian (UK)

    WHOSE STREETS? provides an unflinching and unseen look at the uprisings
    that happened in Ferguson and St. Louis, Missouri, in the wake of Michael
    Brown’s death by local police. Made from footage taken by the activists and
    leaders who were at the forefront of the movement for justice, the film
    both suggests a way forward and serves as a powerful battle cry for a new
    resistance. These are people fighting not just for civil rights, but for
    the right to live. (104 mins., DCP)

    See more details

  • Veg Fest 2017

    August 26, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
    The Bitchy Vegan 3923 N High St, Columbus, OH 43214-3335

    The 2nd Annual Columbus VegFest will be a day of education promoting
    sustainable living, healthier bodies and a more compassionate society.
    Health ⋅ Wellness
    Veganism
    Kid Friendly
    +1

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  • The 2nd Annual Columbus VegFest

    August 26, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Sobremesa Street Kitchen

    Sobremesa Street Kitchen will be serving up our plant-based, vegan friendly
    cuisine at the 2nd Annual Columbus VegFest this year!

    About the VegFest... The Columbus VegFest is a 501 (C) 3 nonprofit
    organization dedicated to the promotion of the health, environmental, and
    ethical benefits of a whole food plant-based lifestyle. Our event includes
    healthy living, animal- and Eco-friendly exhibitors, renowned chefs and
    speakers from around the country, presentations, cooking demonstrations,
    food trucks, area restaurants, non-profit organizations, author signings,
    kid’s activities and more. In 2016, we held the first VegFest in Central
    Ohio and were blessed with more than 1,000 attendees. We invite you to join
    us in helping Columbus become more veg-friendly.
    Causes

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  • Live, Love, Latch

    August 26, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Thompson Park 4250 Woodbridge, Upper Arlington, Ohio 43220

    Meet in the North Shelterhouse. This event is sponsored by La Leche League
    of Hilliard, Upper Arlington, and Gahanna and is a celebration of World
    Breastfeeding Week and LLL's Live, Love, Latch.
    Community

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  • King-Lincoln District Canvassing Day

    August 26, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
    ,Columbus, OH

    Before Equitas Health opened the King-Lincoln Medical Center at 750 East
    Long Street in the Historic near-east side neighborhood, for every ONE
    primary care provider in neighborhood, there were 4777 people*.

    This is a neighborhood that has desperately needed access to professional,
    quality health care. 53.9% of the population is at or below 200% poverty.
    The leading cause of death in the area is chronic disease, including
    manageable diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

    The opening of the King-Lincoln Medical Center aligns with the City of
    Columbus' Health and Wellness Plan which "calls for a community model for
    preventative and personalized healthcare. The strategy will be to build a
    holistic health and wellness system that will trigger a cultural shift in
    the residents’ personal health attitudes and behaviors by focusing on
    preventative and proactive care."

    We need help to get the word out – there is now access to professional,
    quality care in the neighborhood! Our new Medical Center provides primary
    care to adults, dental care for all ages, specialized care for those living
    with HIV/AIDS, behavioral health services, and includes a not-for-profit,
    full-service pharmacy.

    Please join us for two hours of canvassing. Volunteers will be paired with
    Equitas Health representatives to place door-hangers on nearby homes and
    speak with those who may have questions about services.

    We need your help to fight health disparity on the near east side by
    spreading knowledge in order to save lives.

    Please sign up to help here:

    invitation/6775657374/1930205/false#!1930205/
    false/false

    *Data retrieved from HRSA Data Warehouse.

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  • Indivisible MARCH OHIO

    August 26, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    Ohio Statehouse,Ohio State Capitol, 1 Capitol Square, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    NOTICE : The following Indivisible Action currently requires Host(s).
    Unless official INDIVISIBLE MARCH Host(s) has been assigned to this event,
    the date shall be postponed (i.e. The initial scheduled date of August 26th
    2017 shall be amended to the date of August 26th 2018 due to lack of
    leadership). indivisibleguide.com

    and/or indivisiblesuffragists.org

    (and/or all related Sponsorships and/or all Partnerships) shall NOT be
    liable for any special or consequential actions and/or damages that result
    from the use of, or the inability to use, the materials on this site or any
    and/or all related sites or any and/or all Social Media in association with
    the performance of the Host(s) organizing and representingindivis
    , even if
    Indivisible Guide and/or Indivisible Suffragists has been advised of the
    possibility of such damages. The materials available on and/or from
    Facebook and Action Network are provided for general informational purposes
    only, do not constitute legal advice, and are not guaranteed to be complete
    or up-to-date in respect to the Indivisible Action INDIVISIBLE MARCH.
    Indivisible Suffragists does not provide legal advice and does not create
    an attorney-client relationship. If you need legal advice in regarding the
    INDIVISIBLE MARCH or any other subject matter in respect to The Resistance,
    please contact an attorney directly.

    ORGANIZERS : The INDIVISIBLE MARCH Host(s) position is an honorable
    volunteered leadership position. If you represent an officially registered
    Indivisible Group or choose to register your group as an Indivisible Group
    on the indivisibleguide.com

    website via GROUP REGISTRATION, you qualify for the position of INDIVISIBLE
    MARCH Host(s) on behalf of your City or County district and may click onto
    theORGANIZERSlink to complete your Host(s) registration. The application
    for INDIVISIBLE MARCH Host(s) is not limited to representatives of
    Indivisible Groups, any and/or all unofficially registered progressive
    organizations and/or all groups resisting Trump's Agenda may apply as well.

    LINK : http://

    /organizers.html

    DESCRIPTION : INDIVISIBLE SUFFRAGISTS are in solidarity of the many
    Indivisible Actions inspired by the Indivisible Guide and Indivisible
    Groups Nationwide. The purpose of the INDIVISIBLE MARCH is to organize our
    resistance efforts more effectively and unify the accomplishments of more
    than 5,982 registered Indivisible Groups in the United States of America.
    We welcome you to take leadership as a Community Organizer in collaborating
    with other like-minded political activists to celebrate The Resistance.

    PROMOTION : We suggest that Host(s) create a FREE website via
    or, if applicable, use your current Indivisible Group
    website for "Host Contact Info". That way Marchers can receive updates
    directly from your Indivisible Group site up until the last minute if your
    local INDIVISIBLE MARCH and Rally schedule changes.

    LOCATION : Location subject to change based upon required permits. Although
    "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
    prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech,
    or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to
    petition the Government for a redress of grievances", WE THE PEOPLE must
    abide by local laws that may limit the time, place and manner of such
    protests, to balance the rights of others and the safety of the community.

    PARKING : TBA

    TRANSPORTATION : TBA

    DATE : The date of August 26th was purposefully chosen for the 1st Annual
    INDIVISIBLE MARCH. Women in the United States were granted the right to
    vote on August 26, 1920, when the 19th Amendment to theUnited States
    Constitution was certified as law. Thus in 1971, August 26th became
    designated as"Women's Equality Day" in America. We intend to acknowledge
    the 97th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment in 2017 and beyond. Please help
    us to organize this historic event in a safe, legal and peaceful manner to
    uplift ALL Indivisible Groups across the United States as we commemorate
    the countdown to the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment in 2020.

    TIME : 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM unless otherwise stated.

    RALLY : Schedule of Rally Speaker(s) and Entertainment TBA.

    ROUTE : TBA via

    RSVP : Please RSVP to confirm your INDIVISIBLE MARCH attendance. Marcher(s)
    registration ticket(s) are electronic (Zero Waste) and FREE. To RSVP for
    various cities and states, research our Indivisible March Facebook Page and
    click on Events and/or enter your ZIP CODE via indivisibleguide.com

    and click on Act Locally to search by type "Indivisible Action". You may
    receive updates via Facebook and E-MAIL from Indivisible March Network, the
    sponsor of this event.

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  • Somali Cultural Festival

    August 26, 2017 @ 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm
    Our helpers 4576 Morse Centre Rd, Columbus, Ohio 43229

    Join us as we celebrate the Somali culture! This will be Columbus' first
    Somali festival. For over 2 decades, Columbus has been home to America's
    2nd largest Somali-American community and we are thrilled to share the
    Somali culture. There will be live performances, artifact exhibit, poetry,
    plays and arts from various regions, prizes, showcasing local Somali
    artists and much more. There will also be a special performance by the
    world renowned Somali Museum Dance Troop.
    Art

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August 27, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Central Ohio Picnic

    August 27, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
    Blacklick Woods Metro Park, 6975 East Livingston Avenue, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068, USA

    See more details

  • Indivisible Picnic

    August 27, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
    Blacklick Woods Metro Park, 6975 East Livingston Avenue, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068, USA

    SAVE THE DATE!

    Join your comrade resistors at the Central Ohio Indivisible Group Picnic at the Walnut Shelter at Blacklick Woods on Sunday, August 27, for a potluck picnic.

    Hosted by Indivisible Ohio District 15 and all resistance workers and their families are welcome!

    District 15 will bring the grillable stuff; you bring a side dish to share and some family-friendly games to play! And if you have an instrument or a band and can make some music, let us know.

    More details to appear soon, but save this date for some well-deserved FUN.

    FB link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1918544345091696/

    See more details

  • The Power of Acceptance & Positivity with Chris Ulmer

    August 27, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    COSI Columbus' Dynamic Hands-On Science Center!,333 W Broad St, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    Start the school year off right! Join parents, educators*, therapists*,
    social workers*, nurses* and everyone in between in this opportunity to
    hear Chris Ulmer, founder of Special Books by Special Kids (SBSK). We will
    discuss the methodologies used to create a positive bond with neurodiverse
    individuals, enabling all people to meet their full potential.

    Tickets SOLD SEPARATELY for the lecture and meet-and-greet.

    Follow the SBSK journey at
    specialbooksbyspecialkids .

    *Approved by the Ohio Counselor, Social Work, & Marriage & Family Therapist
    Board for 1.5 clock hours. Approval #MCST041752
    . As stated in the Ohio
    Administrative Code 4723-9-05, education that has been approved by a board
    or an agency that regulates a health care profession in Ohio or another
    jurisdiction is an acceptable option to meet nursing continuing education
    requirements. Application has been made for occupational, physical, and
    speech therapists.

    See more details

August 28, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Action Leaders Meeting

    August 28, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
    Columbus Metropolitan Library - Whetstone Branch, 3909 N High St, Columbus, OH 43214, USA

    See more details

  • Stephen King's Magical Negroes: A Reading

    August 28, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
    Kafe Kerouac 2250 N High St, Columbus, Ohio 43201

    2017 is the year Stephen King pays all the bills. The author is launching
    two movies, two TV series, and two new books this year. So it’s time for
    writer, King fan, and cultural critic Scott Woods to check in on some of
    King’s…darker tendencies, aka how King uses black people in his work.

    Woods’ lecture includes the reading of excerpts from various works by King,
    examining the issues around his use of the "Magical Negro" trope and black
    characters in general, as well as how his use of them relates to creative
    freedom, self-expression, and narrative license. Readings will include
    excerpts from “The Shining”, “The Stand”, “The Green Mile”, “Mr. Mercedes”,
    as well as other material. It will also include new observations on the
    forthcoming films “The Dark Tower” and “It”, as well as the “Mr. Mercedes”
    and “The Mist” TV series. (The new book, “Sleeping Beauties” may be
    included if it has relevant material, but this won’t be known until its
    release on September 26).

    Previous versions of this talk included most of the black characters in
    King’s universe at the time, but with the volume of reimagined and
    transitioning characters from print to film in 2017, it’s time for a
    temperature check. In 2014 Woods published a notable essay on King and his
    use of the Magical Negro device in Union Station Magazine. The reading will
    conclude with a Q&A.

    Thursday September 28, 2017
    8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
    Kafe Kerouac
    2250 N. High Street, Columbus, OH
    Admission: $5

    See more details

August 29, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • The North Market Festival for Good

    August 29, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - August 30, 2017 10:00 pm
    The North Market,59 Spruce St, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    The North Market Development Authority and The Festival For Good
    have partnered this year to
    bring The North Market Festival for Good to life. This outdoor festival
    will take place at the historic North Market and will feature over 25 local
    social enterprises, entertainment, beverages from Ohio breweries,
    distilleries and wineries and food from North Market merchants. Proceeds
    from this event benefit the North Market Development Authority and The
    Festival for Good.

    WHEN:

    Friday, September 29 | 6:00pm-10:00pm

    Saturday, September 30 | 2:00pm-10:00pm

    COST:

    The Festival is free to attend, however you can save on drink tokens by
    purchasing below! Save $10 when you purchase before September 1!

    $25 Limited Edition Early Bird Ticket- includes $5 North Market voucher
    good for any North Market merchant, collectible Festival pint glass, six
    (6) drink tokens, goodie bag featuring items from our social enterprises
    (ticket prices rise to $35 September 1)

    $15 Designated Driver Ticket- includes $5 North Market voucher good for any
    North Market merchant, collectible Festival pint glass, goodie bag
    featuring items from our social enterprises

    TOKENS:

    1 token= 1 PBR
    2 tokens= 1 craft beer or 1 select wine
    3 tokens = 1 premium wine or 1 mixed drink

    A few of the social enterprises that will be onsite include Growlers Dog
    Bones , Design Outreach
    , HireLevel Promotions
    , Goodwill Art Studio &
    Gallery , Bungalow Supply Co.
    , and Kiva Columbus
    with more to be added.

    About The Festival for Good: The Festival for Good was created to bring
    awareness to social enterprises operating in Central Ohio. While most
    people, especially millennials, prefer to buy from companies that give
    back, few know what a social enterprise is or that nearly 100 of them exist
    right here in Columbus and surrounding communities.

    About the North Market: Established in 1876, North Market is Columbus’ only
    remaining true public market. More than 30 merchants vend a wide variety of
    fresh, local, authentic food. Offerings include organic produce, grass-fed
    beef, pork, lamb and goat, pastured poultry, sustainably raised seafood,
    locally roasted coffee, baked goods, cheeses, flowers and other artisan
    food items. North Market is managed by the not-for-profit 501(c)(3)
    organization, North Market Development Authority.

    See more details

  • Roundtable Discussion: Women, Trans*,GNC in the Music Community

    August 29, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
    Wild Goose Creative 2491 Summit St, Columbus, Ohio 43202

    ***NOTE: This discussion is open to people of all genders. We encourage
    everyone to come and listen. Be respectful.

    Join us as we discuss the unique challenges of being a woman, trans*
    person, or gender nonconfirming person in the music community. We will
    cover topics ranging from overcoming sexism and transphobia, to building
    welcoming spaces, to being a good ally.

    As always, this event is FREE, all ages, and open to the community. Free
    beer and non-alcoholic beverages will be available.

    Discussion leaders:
    • Wriply M. Bennet - Trans activist, consultant, and organizer
    • Devin Copfer - musician, co-founder of Chamber Brews
    • Cassandra Zahran - manager, founder of The Palace (house venue)
    • More TBA

    About THMC:
    It is the mission of Tiny House Music Collective to provide musicians in
    Columbus, OH, and surrounding areas with resources that help them thrive
    economically, artistically, and within their community.

    Find directories, resources, and more at:

    2017 Round Table Series:
    • Band Management - Tuesday, June 27 - 7pm-9pm - Open Door Art Studio
    • Booking/Tour Booking - Sunday, July 16 - 5pm-7pm - Kafe Kerouac
    • Music as a Career - Monday, August 7 - 7pm-9pm - Venderelli Room
    • Women, Trans*, and Gender Nonconfirming in the Music Community - Tuesday,
    August 29 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm - Wild Goose Creative
    • State of the Music Community - Saturday, September 23, 5pm-7pm - Location
    TBA
    • Mixing Mediums - Tuesday, October 24 - 7pm-9pm - Location TBA
    • Music As Activism - Sunday, November 19 - 6pm-8pm - Location TBA
    • Music and the Media - December (TBA) - Location TBA
    Community
    Free Admission

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  • Queer Yoga's Tuesday Tadasana

    August 29, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    It Looks Like It's Open,13 E Tulane Rd, Columbus, OH 43202, USA

    http:// www.facebook.co m/events/1710101515949031

    Queer Yoga is Columbus's first queer-focused yoga class that offers
    professional yoga instruction in a designated Safe(r) Space. We endeavor to
    cultivate an atmosphere of acceptance and community in all we do, from sun
    salutations to post-yoga snack time. Whether you are new to yoga, or you
    can complete a headstand without assistance, you will find something to
    challenge and deepen your practice.

    Class fees are $6 for ALL participants. Everyone is welcome. Bring a mat.

    Queer Yoga Instructor Schedule:
    1st Tues - Andy King
    2nd Tues - Kelly Ish
    3rd Tues - Kelsey Davis
    4th Tues - Becca Alexander

    See more details

August 30, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • The North Market Festival for Good

    August 29, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - August 30, 2017 10:00 pm
    The North Market,59 Spruce St, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    The North Market Development Authority and The Festival For Good
    have partnered this year to
    bring The North Market Festival for Good to life. This outdoor festival
    will take place at the historic North Market and will feature over 25 local
    social enterprises, entertainment, beverages from Ohio breweries,
    distilleries and wineries and food from North Market merchants. Proceeds
    from this event benefit the North Market Development Authority and The
    Festival for Good.

    WHEN:

    Friday, September 29 | 6:00pm-10:00pm

    Saturday, September 30 | 2:00pm-10:00pm

    COST:

    The Festival is free to attend, however you can save on drink tokens by
    purchasing below! Save $10 when you purchase before September 1!

    $25 Limited Edition Early Bird Ticket- includes $5 North Market voucher
    good for any North Market merchant, collectible Festival pint glass, six
    (6) drink tokens, goodie bag featuring items from our social enterprises
    (ticket prices rise to $35 September 1)

    $15 Designated Driver Ticket- includes $5 North Market voucher good for any
    North Market merchant, collectible Festival pint glass, goodie bag
    featuring items from our social enterprises

    TOKENS:

    1 token= 1 PBR
    2 tokens= 1 craft beer or 1 select wine
    3 tokens = 1 premium wine or 1 mixed drink

    A few of the social enterprises that will be onsite include Growlers Dog
    Bones , Design Outreach
    , HireLevel Promotions
    , Goodwill Art Studio &
    Gallery , Bungalow Supply Co.
    , and Kiva Columbus
    with more to be added.

    About The Festival for Good: The Festival for Good was created to bring
    awareness to social enterprises operating in Central Ohio. While most
    people, especially millennials, prefer to buy from companies that give
    back, few know what a social enterprise is or that nearly 100 of them exist
    right here in Columbus and surrounding communities.

    About the North Market: Established in 1876, North Market is Columbus’ only
    remaining true public market. More than 30 merchants vend a wide variety of
    fresh, local, authentic food. Offerings include organic produce, grass-fed
    beef, pork, lamb and goat, pastured poultry, sustainably raised seafood,
    locally roasted coffee, baked goods, cheeses, flowers and other artisan
    food items. North Market is managed by the not-for-profit 501(c)(3)
    organization, North Market Development Authority.

    See more details

August 31, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • at Tiberi's

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
    250 E Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH 43085, USA

    Every Thursday we rally at Representative Tiberi's office to show our opposition to the anti-american work of the current GOP congress. Free parking is available at the park across the street.

    See more details

  • Resist Trump: August Climate Action Community Night

    August 31, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    The Grandview Library 1685 W 1st Ave, Grandview Heights, Ohio 43212

    The Trump administration is threatening critical environemental protections
    for the air we breath and the water we drink while at the same time
    callously disregarding the reality of climate change.

    As we all know, the time for action is NOW.

    This is our (Sierra Club Beyond Coal Campaign) monthly community action
    night for August. Our goal is to help people stay informed, take action,
    and learn about tactics and strategy that can be applied not just to
    environemental issues but also the largest resistance movement.

    We will have an update on attacks on critical regulations and the latest
    attacks on our health, environment, and science along with answering
    questions. After that, we'll do some discussion and small group work on
    tactics and strategy. We'll finish up with letter writing, and organizing
    for upcoming events.

    Please join us at the Grandview Hts library in the community room on 8/31
    and make sure to invite your friends and others you know working on other
    social justice issues so we can coordinate and stand together!

    For additional details and questions, get in touch with me (Neil)
    Neil.Waggoner@SierraClub.org
    614-484-7033

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  • Breathe Free Encore Showing at The Drexel Theatre

    August 31, 2017 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
    Drexel Theatre 2254 E Main St, Columbus, Ohio 43209

    The Columbus Crossing Borders Project is pleased to announce that an encore
    presentation of "Breathe Free" will be shown at The Drexel Theatre on
    Thursday, August 31 at 8:30 pm.
    Pre-sale tickets are available and strongly recommended, as the premiere
    show at The Drexel was sold out. Admission is $5 and tickets may be
    purchased by calling The Drexel Theatre at
    (614) 231-1050 or by visiting their website:

    As millions of people in our world are fleeing war, terror and persecution,
    34 artists and a film crew embarked on a mission to inspire compassion and
    support. This effort, called The Columbus Crossing Borders Project consists
    of a travelling art exhibit and the documentary film, "Breathe Free".

    The August 31 showing of this film directly follows the Columbus Crossing
    Borders art exhibit and reception being held the same evening across the
    street from The Drexel Theatre at the Schumacher Gallery from
    5:00 - 7:30 pm.

    Please join us for these two very special events.

    ____________________________________

    The Columbus Crossing Borders documentary "Breathe Free" spotlights the
    stories of refugees and the art exhibit inspired by those stories. Through
    the lens of filmmaker Doug Swift we are introduced to those who have fled
    war, terror and horrific conditions as we observe what is universal about
    their personal journeys and what is unique. We see the unease and the
    restless fear that profoundly affects US border issues and we meet the
    heart of humanity in those who provide comfort, support and advocacy.
    And when 34 artists join together to create a project based on this
    timeless and timely plight of refugees, they metaphorically encounter many
    of the difficulties, challenges, and abundant gifts that result in crossing
    borders.

    Directed by Doug Swift / Produced by Laurie VanBalen
    Original soundtrack by Steven Snyder

    This film was made possible with support from
    The Greater Columbus Arts Council
    Film
    Documentary film
    Human rights

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September 1, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • Volunteer for Bike the Cbus (pre-registration) 2017 NIGHT Before

    September 1, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    ,1716 Parsons Ave, Columbus, OH 43207-1925, United States

    Columbus' original city-wide ride since 2008, Bike the Cbus is a
    self-guided group tour highlighting our city’s unique and evolving
    center-ring neighborhoods. The ride features four Neighborhood Routes of
    varying lengths that total approximately 30 miles, of which participants
    can ride as many or few as they choose. More seasoned cyclists can ride
    Bike the CbusPLUS, a unique SAG-supported urban Metric Century Route (62
    miles) through Franklin County. Along each route, there are stops hosted by
    local organizations who provide snacks and entertainment.

    Help is needed on the Friday before the ride to sign up last-minute
    registrants and sign in those already registered. If you've got an iPad
    and/or smart phone, please bring that and your charger. Training will occur
    on-site. All volunteers receive a free Bike the Cbus t-shirt and all are
    invited to ride the traveling pre-ride route vetting party on Saturday,
    August 26th!

    See more details

September 2, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • MOD Pizza Fundraiser for Stonewall Columbus

    September 2, 2017 @ 10:30 am - 11:00 pm
    MOD Pizza (1310 Polaris Pkwy, Columbus, OH) 1310 Polaris Pkwy, Columbus, Ohio 43240

    MOD Pizza is hosting a fundraiser event for Stonewall Columbus! Enjoy
    delicious pizza and support your local LGBTQ community center.

    Mention Stonewall Columbus at check-out and 20% of your purchase will go to
    support our programs and services!
    Causes
    Kid Friendly

    See more details

  • Indivisible event planning meeting

    September 2, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
    62 Tibet Rd Columbus, OH, United States

    See more details

September 3, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

September 4, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    July 31, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The House of Representatives will not meet today and your House MoC will be
    working from your home state. This is a great time to find them at your
    local District Offices, and to look out for special events that they will
    participate in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them
    directly.

    See more details

  • National Indivisible Calendar

    Senate State Work Period

    August 5, 2017 - September 4, 2017

    The Senate will not meet today and your Senators will be working from your
    home state. This is a great time to find them at your local District
    Offices, and to look out for special events that they will participate in,
    like townhalls, so you can express your concerns to them directly.

    See more details

  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • General Strike Against Trump - Columbus

    September 4, 2017 @ 12:00 am - 11:30 pm
    Ohio,Ohio, USA

    No work, no school, no shopping or banking on Sept 4th! There will be a
    general strike on Labor Day to protest the new Trump administration.

    OUR DEMANDS:

    1. Free all political prisoners, end prison slavery, disarm racist killer
    cops and implement the 10-point Caricom Reparations Justice Program.

    2. Stop bombing Syria, Somalia, Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan and
    Pakistan. Decrease annual U.S. military spending by 75%.

    3. No New Oil & Gas Pipelines. Rescind approval for DAPL. Ban fracking.
    Reduce annual GHG emissions by 12%.

    4. Halt Mass Deportations. Fully fund the UNHCR $4.63 billion Regional
    Refugee and Resilience Plan.

    5. Letters of resignation from Trump, 45's cabinet, CPD Chief Kim Jacobs,
    Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther and Ohio Governor John Kasich.

    See more details

September 5, 2017
  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • Queer Yoga's Tuesday Tadasana

    September 5, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    It Looks Like It's Open,13 E Tulane Rd, Columbus, OH 43202, USA

    http:// www.facebook.co m/events/1710101515949031

    Queer Yoga is Columbus's first queer-focused yoga class that offers
    professional yoga instruction in a designated Safe(r) Space. We endeavor to
    cultivate an atmosphere of acceptance and community in all we do, from sun
    salutations to post-yoga snack time. Whether you are new to yoga, or you
    can complete a headstand without assistance, you will find something to
    challenge and deepen your practice.

    Class fees are $6 for ALL participants. Everyone is welcome. Bring a mat.

    Queer Yoga Instructor Schedule:
    1st Tues - Andy King
    2nd Tues - Kelly Ish
    3rd Tues - Kelsey Davis
    4th Tues - Becca Alexander

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September 6, 2017
  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

September 7, 2017
  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • at Tiberi's

    September 7, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
    250 E Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH 43085, USA

    Every Thursday we rally at Representative Tiberi's office to show our opposition to the anti-american work of the current GOP congress. Free parking is available at the park across the street.

    See more details

  • Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) Monthly Meeting

    September 7, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Driving Park Library, 1422 E Livingston Ave, Columbus, OH 43205

    First Thursday of every month at Driving Park Library

    See more details

September 8, 2017
  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • Hot Times Community Festival

    September 8, 2017 - September 10, 2017
    Columbus Public Health, 240 Parsons Ave, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    visit https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F044FADAA28A2F94-volunteer/ to sign up

    See more details

  • ROAD TRIP TO PRDE NIGHT AT KING'S ISLAND

    September 8, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - September 9, 2017 12:30 am
    King Avenue UMC 299 King Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43201

    PRIDE NIGHT AT KING'S ISLAND

    The Spectrum Leadership team is hitting the road again with another trip to
    KIng’s Island for Pride Night! We would like you and your family & friends
    to join us for a night of fellowship, fun, AND NO WAITING IN LINE TO RIDE!
    Pride Night at the Park is Friday September 8, 2017 from 6 PM to Midnight.
    This event is presented by The Center, Cincinnati GLBT Organization. While
    children are allowed, the Drag Show event is geared towards an adult
    audience.

    Details:
    The bus will leave the King Avenue parking lot at 4:30 PM on Friday,
    September 8 and arrive at the park around 6:00 PM. Snacks and beverages
    (and, of course, entertainment) will be provided on the bus. The cost is
    per person and includes one bus seat and one ticket to the event. The bus
    will depart from the park at 11:00 PM and return to King Avenue UMC around
    12:30 AM.

    Date: September 8, 2016
    Time: 4:00 PM to 12:30 AM
    Cost: $60.00 per person

    If you or anyone you know is interested in participating in this Spectrum
    event, please email Dan Bidelspach atdbidelspach@columbus.rr.com
    by August 18, 2017. Please include
    the number of seats you would like to reserve. There are 55 seats available
    for this event. Please note that we will need to fill the bus to cover the
    expense of this outing. Once we have reached the required number of
    participants, you will be notified that the event is confirmed and we will
    request payment to hold your seat.

    If you have any questions, please ask a member of the Spectrum Leadership
    team, or email Dan Bidelspach at dbidelspach@columbus.rr.com
    .

    SPECTRUM is a Christian Reconciling Ministry whose goal it is to host
    activities for all members of our diverse King Avenue Church family. We are
    focused on hospitality and inclusiveness for all self-identified gay,
    lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex people and all our straight
    friends.

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  • Pride Night at Kings Island '17

    September 8, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 12:00 am
    Kings Island 6300 Kings Island Dr, Kings Mills, Ohio 45034

    Don't miss it: the Midwest’s largest amusement park entertainment event
    September 08, 2017 benefiting a local community group – the GLBTQ Center of
    Greater Cincinnati. You can buy your tickets online, at select ticket
    locations, or at the gate.

    Entertainment for Pride Night to date:
    Tyese Rainz
    Bella Harlow
    Alexander Cameron
    Karen Forecox
    Judith Iscariot
    Willam
    Sharon Needles
    and more!

    Folks from over 30 states attend this event! The GLBTQ Center thanks the
    generosity of Kings Island. It is a great value and a chance to benefit
    Greater Cincinnati’s only GLBTQ Center serving a diverse community. The
    proceeds cover much of the annual operating expense of this 24-year-old
    community organization (founded September 17, 1993). This marks the 20th
    year Kings Island has hosted the event.

    Tickets not only include free parking ($12 value) but have only moderately
    increased over the past few years. Prices for 2017 are: Individual tickets
    online & purchased in advance are available for 38.75 online, and $42.75 at
    the gate; or groups of 7 or more $36.75 (online only)! A portion of the
    ticket sales, depending on attendance is donated to the local Greater
    Cincinnati Gay & Lesbian Community Center each year. The Center is a
    non-profit organization as recognized as by the IRS 501(c)3. Parking is
    included with the ticket price. As a reminder, this is considered a park
    sell out event, you can NOT use your season pass for this event. Some
    season pass benefits (such as meal & beverage plans, discounts, etc.) will
    be determined at a later time.

    While the event began as a private fundraiser, more and more allies are
    asking “do I have to be gay to attend?!?!” The simple answer – if you
    support equality – you're welcome! Imagine NOT having to wait in line for
    your favorite ride? Kings Island waived the fee for electronic purchases on
    their e-store this year! (Yes, that's an additional savings of $5). Other
    tickets outlets are updated on the pride night webpage as available.

    When you visit our Pride night page be sure to thank our sponsors! We
    appreciate their support! Kings Island opens the parking lot the day of the
    event at 5:00 pm, with the gates opening at 5:30 pm. The rides will begin
    operation at 6:00 pm. The event concludes at midnight. Please remember –
    while this is a child friendly event – it is geared toward adults. Because
    the event is always scheduled by Kings Island after Labor Day, the water
    park and children’s rides are closed.

    A question the GLBTQ Center gets a lot: Can I use my season’s pass or a
    discount coupon from a local store? No, sorry this is a fundraiser for the
    Center – no season passes or special discount coupons are honored. T-shirts
    with this year’s pride night logo (to be announced) will be available for
    sale at the main entrance to the park. Most years, different area taverns
    and organizations have sponsored Pride Night weekend events, replacing the
    “after glow party” at Kings Island.

    The GLBT Center assumes no liability or responsibility for the operation of
    the Kings Island e-store for ticketing, issues must be resolved directly
    with Kings Island. All sales are final once a general park admission ticket
    transaction has been completed. General admission tickets are
    non-refundable and non-exchangeable. This includes weather-related events.
    We do not issue rain checks. Please check local weather conditions prior to
    planning your visit.
    Causes
    Causes

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  • BLK PWR Mixtape

    September 8, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    Blockfort,162 N 6th St, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    The BLK PWR Mixtape exhibition is a multi-artist show that hopes to shine a
    light on the vital contribution of Black artists to the current and
    historical periods within American art and history. This exhibition brings
    together Black artists from across Central Ohio displaying works in
    response to themes from The Black Creatives Manifesto.

    Inspired by "Black Power Mixtape" a documentary chronicling the evolution
    of one of our nation's most indelible turning points, the Black Power
    movement. BPM will explore themes of how Black Power is defined in todays
    material conditions.

    BPM will open during Creative Control Fest on September 8th, 2017.

    See more details

September 9, 2017
  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • Hot Times Community Festival

    September 8, 2017 - September 10, 2017
    Columbus Public Health, 240 Parsons Ave, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    visit https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F044FADAA28A2F94-volunteer/ to sign up

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  • ROAD TRIP TO PRDE NIGHT AT KING'S ISLAND

    September 8, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - September 9, 2017 12:30 am
    King Avenue UMC 299 King Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43201

    PRIDE NIGHT AT KING'S ISLAND

    The Spectrum Leadership team is hitting the road again with another trip to
    KIng’s Island for Pride Night! We would like you and your family & friends
    to join us for a night of fellowship, fun, AND NO WAITING IN LINE TO RIDE!
    Pride Night at the Park is Friday September 8, 2017 from 6 PM to Midnight.
    This event is presented by The Center, Cincinnati GLBT Organization. While
    children are allowed, the Drag Show event is geared towards an adult
    audience.

    Details:
    The bus will leave the King Avenue parking lot at 4:30 PM on Friday,
    September 8 and arrive at the park around 6:00 PM. Snacks and beverages
    (and, of course, entertainment) will be provided on the bus. The cost is
    per person and includes one bus seat and one ticket to the event. The bus
    will depart from the park at 11:00 PM and return to King Avenue UMC around
    12:30 AM.

    Date: September 8, 2016
    Time: 4:00 PM to 12:30 AM
    Cost: $60.00 per person

    If you or anyone you know is interested in participating in this Spectrum
    event, please email Dan Bidelspach atdbidelspach@columbus.rr.com
    by August 18, 2017. Please include
    the number of seats you would like to reserve. There are 55 seats available
    for this event. Please note that we will need to fill the bus to cover the
    expense of this outing. Once we have reached the required number of
    participants, you will be notified that the event is confirmed and we will
    request payment to hold your seat.

    If you have any questions, please ask a member of the Spectrum Leadership
    team, or email Dan Bidelspach at dbidelspach@columbus.rr.com
    .

    SPECTRUM is a Christian Reconciling Ministry whose goal it is to host
    activities for all members of our diverse King Avenue Church family. We are
    focused on hospitality and inclusiveness for all self-identified gay,
    lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex people and all our straight
    friends.

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  • The Columbus Undies Run

    September 9, 2017 @ 7:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Wolfe Park: 1911 E Broad St, Columbus, Ohio 43209

    The Columbus Undies run is a clothing drive to help those in need in the
    Columbus Area. It is an unconventional yet fun way to really personify the
    saying "give the shirt off your back."

    Participants are to come dressed, but before the race begins, those willing
    are asked to remove their articles of clothing down to the undies! The
    clothes removed will then be washed and donated.

    The Columbus Undies Run is raising money and collecting clothing donations
    for The Open Shelter. The Open Shelter provides, directly or by referral,
    emergency shelter and assistance for homeless and marginally housed persons
    in Central Ohio, especially the most vulnerable among them; and to provide
    directly or by referral, coordinated, supportive services, and transitional
    and/or permanent housing, enabling homeless and marginally housed persons
    to achieve maximum participation in the community.

    Registration and donations:

    Follow us on social media!
    Instagram: @thecolumbusundiesrun
    Twitter: @cbusundiesrun

    Any questions or concerns, please email us at
    thecolumbusundiesrun@gmail.com or
    comment below!
    Charity
    Running
    Clothes

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  • Books & Breakfast

    September 9, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
    4th Street Farms 1377 N 4th St, Columbus, Ohio 43201

    Join Charity from A Good Start for storytime in the gardens. We will pick
    fresh food and read a book together. 📚
    Community

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  • Palestine: Why the Caged Dove Sings?

    September 9, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Ohio Union at The Ohio State University 1739 N High St, Columbus, Ohio 43210

    Sabry Wazwaz is a Palestinian American who travelled back to Palestine in
    2014 to interview and document the reality of Israeli occupation. Wazwaz
    was inspired by documentaries like Five Broken Cameras and wanted US
    citizens to see what is really going on in Palestine.
    Film
    Documentary film
    Film screening

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September 10, 2017
  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

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  • Hot Times Community Festival

    September 8, 2017 - September 10, 2017
    Columbus Public Health, 240 Parsons Ave, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    visit https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F044FADAA28A2F94-volunteer/ to sign up

    See more details

September 11, 2017
  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

September 12, 2017
  • Tacos, Beers, and Abortion!

    August 31, 2017 @ 12:00 am - September 13, 2017 11:00 pm
    Women Have Options - Ohio Columbus, Ohio 43216

    Let’s taco-bout abortion funds! This year, we’re bringing back the always
    popular Taco or Beer Challenge to help raise funds and awareness of
    abortion access!

    It's the most delicious time of year, and we need you to help spread the
    word like queso!

    How to take the Taco or Beer Challenge?
    1. Eat a taco and/or drink a beer. (EASY!)
    2. Donate here:

    3. Take a picture and submit it to
    4. Post it on social media using #ToBC17 and tag 3 friends to take the
    Challenge next!

    Stay tuned for in-person meet ups in Ohio or HOST YOUR OWN:

    If you want to host something a bit bigger/ public, please email
    and let's work together!

    You can participate from anywhere, by taking the Challenge virtually,
    donating to us, and tagging your friends anytime through September 15th.

    So join us! Eat a taco and/or drink beer, donate to Women Have Options -
    Ohio, and let's give people something to taco 'bout!
    Causes

    See more details

  • Queer Yoga's Tuesday Tadasana

    September 12, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    It Looks Like It's Open,13 E Tulane Rd, Columbus, OH 43202, USA

    http:// www.facebook.co m/events/1710101515949031

    Queer Yoga is Columbus's first queer-focused yoga class that offers
    professional yoga instruction in a designated Safe(r) Space. We endeavor to
    cultivate an atmosphere of acceptance and community in all we do, from sun
    salutations to post-yoga snack time. Whether you are new to yoga, or you
    can complete a headstand without assistance, you will find something to
    challenge and deepen your practice.

    Class fees are $6 for ALL participants. Everyone is welcome. Bring a mat.

    Queer Yoga Instructor Schedule:
    1st Tues - Andy King
    2nd Tues - Kelly Ish
    3rd Tues - Kelsey Davis
    4th Tues - Becca Alexander

    See more details

September 14, 2017
  • at Tiberi's

    September 14, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
    250 E Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH 43085, USA

    Every Thursday we rally at Representative Tiberi's office to show our opposition to the anti-american work of the current GOP congress. Free parking is available at the park across the street.

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  • Women Trans Femme Shop Night

    September 14, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
    Franklinton Cycle Works 897 W Broad St, Columbus, Ohio 43222

    Join us for Women/Trans Femme Open Shop the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every
    month from 6:00pm-8:30pm (Starting May 11, 2017).

    Franklinton Cycle Works' shop space, stands, and tools are available free
    of cost for any member of the Women/Trans/Femme community who wants to work
    on their bike. Volunteer mechanics are on hand to share their knowledge and
    experience.

    Bike not broken but still interested in skill building?

    GREAT!

    Want to check out the co-op and meet other WTF bikers?

    GREAT!

    In the past, as members of the Women/Trans/Femme community we may not have
    have felt safe or found existing spaces enjoyable.

    We have created our own space!

    If you feel you are a member of the Women/Trans/Femme community there is a
    space for you. A space to ask questions, receive instruction, become
    oriented to the shop, make friends, love bikes, and share your own skills.

    We are always looking for a new volunteers to help with this event. For
    more information, please email women.trans.femme@franklintoncycleworks.org
    or just show up!
    Fitness
    Free Admission

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  • Aspire 2017

    September 14, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    Roosevelt Coffee House,300 E Long St, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

    From emerging operations to long-established businesses, a growing number
    of social enterprises are tackling some of society’s biggest challenges
    through innovative business models. The Metropreneur will once again
    celebrate local businesses’ socially-minded efforts at Aspire 2017 on
    Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 6:30 - 9 p.m. at the Roosevelt
    Coffeehouse, 300 E. Long St.

    Connect with local social enterprise owners, as well as the community and
    resource providers that support them during networking time from 6 - 7:30
    p.m. Programming begins at 7:30 p.m. with a keynote interview discussing
    the importance of social impact investing with Bryce Butler, Managing
    Partner of Access Ventures. The Louisville-based investment firm works with
    organizations of all sizes, from startups to enterprises, to provide
    financial and human capital into companies, initiatives, and ideas that
    enable human flourishing. Locally, the firm has invested in Hot Chicken
    Takeover and was instrumental in bringing Kiva to Columbus.

    Aspire 2017 will conclude with the fifth annual Social Enterprise of the
    Year Awards presented by The Metropreneur and SocialVentures (formerly the
    Center for Social Enterprise Development.) This year’s awards will
    recognize social operations in three categories:

    Emerging Social Enterprise of the Year: small, local for-profit businesses
    with a social mission operational for less than a year

    Social Enterprise of the Year: small, local for-profit businesses with a
    social mission operational for more than a year

    Nonprofit Sustainability Award: local, for-profit businesses of all sizes
    that support the operations of a non-profit

    Three finalists will be announced in each category, with a panel of judges
    featuring past award winners and members of the business community
    selecting the winners based on an application that evaluates the business’
    mission and social impact.

    A cash coffee bar will be available from Roosevelt Coffeehouse, a social
    enterprises that donates a portion of its profits to support efforts that
    provide clean water, fight hunger and combat human trafficking. Light
    appetizers will be provided, as well as desserts from Food for Good
    Thought, winner of the 2016 Social Enterprise of the Year Award.

    Aspire is made possible with support from SocialVentures and the Columbus
    Chamber of Commerce.

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September 15, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    September 15, 2017 - September 27, 2017

    The House will not meet today and your representative will be working from
    your congressional district. This is a great time to find him or her at
    your local District Office, or at special events that they will participate
    in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns directly.

    See more details

September 16, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    September 15, 2017 - September 27, 2017

    The House will not meet today and your representative will be working from
    your congressional district. This is a great time to find him or her at
    your local District Office, or at special events that they will participate
    in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns directly.

    See more details

September 17, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    September 15, 2017 - September 27, 2017

    The House will not meet today and your representative will be working from
    your congressional district. This is a great time to find him or her at
    your local District Office, or at special events that they will participate
    in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns directly.

    See more details

  • 2017 Ohio VegFest

    September 17, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Columbus, Ohio

    Columbus continues to become more veg-friendly every year! As the capital
    of Ohio, Columbus is long overdue to host a VegFest. We are very excited to
    announce that the 1st annual Ohio Vegfest that will be held on Sunday
    September 17, 2017 from 12pm-6pm! This FREE event will be sponsored by
    Columbus Veg Community with both food and non-food vendors, and much more!
    Full itinerary will be announced closer to the event.

    The hosting organization, the Columbus Veg Community (CVC) Inc, is a
    non-profit tax-deductible outreach organization that will provide a free
    festival geared toward introducing the community to plant-based foods,
    cruelty-free products, entertainment, and education in a fun, accessible
    way. No funds going toward or that are generated by the 2017 Ohio VegFest
    or any future social, fundraising, or educational events will be affiliated
    with any person or business in which animals are exploited.

    Venue: TBA

    If you're interested in getting involved, fill out a vendor or volunteer
    form on our website:

    For all other questions, please contact us here:
    or email us at: ohiovegfest@gmail.com

    Want to help us make this an awesome event? Consider donating to help
    support our efforts:

    Please stay tuned to our website and social media pages for the most
    up-to-date information about this festival!

    Hosted by Columbus Veg Community and Ohio VegFest

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  • CHOICE 40th Family Fun Fest

    September 17, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Hoover YMCA Park 1570 Rohr Rd, Lockbourne, Ohio 43137

    CHOICE is celebrating turning 40 this year with a Family Fun Festival at
    the Optimist Lodge at Hoover Y Park and you are invited.

    We will have bounce houses and a photo booth sponsored by: Smile More

    Do you have a special talent you would like to share? Are you in a band and
    would like to perform to showcase your music? Send an email to
    chris@choicemidwives.org with your name,
    talent and contact info so we can schedule a time-slot for your
    performance.

    We will have a Potluck Dinner...if your last name begins with A - M please
    bring a side dish or salad to share. If your last name begins with N - Z
    please bring a dessert to share.

    So mark your calendars today and join us on Sunday, September 17th from 3pm
    to 6pm.

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September 18, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    September 15, 2017 - September 27, 2017

    The House will not meet today and your representative will be working from
    your congressional district. This is a great time to find him or her at
    your local District Office, or at special events that they will participate
    in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns directly.

    See more details

  • Restored Citizens & Communities for Change - Monthly Meeting

    September 18, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church,386 Buttles Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43215

    www.rcc4c. org

    Meetings are held the 3rd Monday of the month from 5:00pm - 7:00pm at St.
    Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, located at 386 Buttles Ave. in Columbus
    (just west of Goodale Park).

    About & Mission:

    RCC4C is an alliance of restored citizens and advocates who are working
    together to affect changes in our criminal justice system. We believe in a
    society where people are given second chances and the opportunity for
    redemption.

    Unfortunately, our present criminal justice system uses perpetuating
    punishment and collateral sanctions to create an underclass among us. The
    formerly incarcerated must have the ability to be rehabilitated and return
    to their families and the community with the tools necessary to rebuild and
    restructure their lives.

    Indeed, social justice demands that the criminal justice system be
    reevaluated, that barriers to employment, housing and other critical
    services be removed, and that increased resources—pre and post release—be
    used to assist individuals to restore their lives.

    Those closest to the problems have insights about these issues and their
    voices must be heard as solutions are crafted. Restored citizens’
    perspectives and those whose lives have been impacted by the criminal
    justice system provide a different lens for community members and decision
    makers to think about criminal justice issues. This shift in thinking is
    necessary to achieve broad, meaningful, humane and lasting criminal justice
    reform.

    Advocacy Priorities:

    * Improve the support systems for those who are re-entering society
    from incarceration - It is estimated that 95% of prisoners will be
    released back into the community. These individuals and receiving
    communities would be better served if those who are returning have
    reliable access to housing, mental health care, recovery programs,
    and sustainable employment that will keep them out of poverty. This
    will help to reduce recidivism, reduce violence, and heal and
    stabilize families.
    * Promote humane treatment and restorative measures for those currently
    incarcerated – A majority of those entering our jails and prisons
    suffer with mental illness and/or addiction. These individuals need
    access to effective treatment. In 2015, Ohio prisons held 10 times
    the amount of mentally ill than mental health institutions in our
    state. [v] Furthermore, 80% of prisoners in Ohio have not completed
    high school and lack critical skills needed to maintain gainful
    employment, which is critical to the stability of the family. [vi]
    Restoration and rehabilitation needs to be central to the treatment
    of those currently incarcerated.
    * Lower the population in our county jails and state prisons – Our
    Jails and prisons are costly not only to individuals and families who
    are directly impacted by incarceration, but also to the taxpayers in
    Ohio. Since 1980 Ohio’s prison population has more than tripled. 1 in
    4 state employees work in corrections. [vii] There are many areas in
    need of reform to help reduce the numbers of people incarcerated,
    including how we police our communities, creating more alternatives
    to incarceration, sentencing reform, and changing policies like
    mandatory minimums which limit judicial discretion.
    * Address policies and practices which serve as the foundation for
    unequal representation of black males, people of color, and the
    economically disadvantaged within the criminal justice system- The
    majority of individuals incarcerated are already marginalized in our
    society. Many policies and procedures used in our criminal justice
    system further target and disenfranchise these populations,
    increasing opportunity and wealth disparities in our communities.
    Issues like high costs for attorneys, court fees and bail also place
    many at a disadvantage maneuvering the criminal justice system.

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September 19, 2017
  • National Indivisible Calendar

    House District Work Period

    September 15, 2017 - September 27, 2017

    The House will not meet today and your representative will be working from
    your congressional district. This is a great time to find him or her at
    your local District Office, or at special events that they will participate
    in, like townhalls, so you can express your concerns directly.

    See more details

  • Queer Yoga's Tuesday Tadasana

    September 19, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    It Looks Like It's Open,13 E Tulane Rd, Columbus, OH 43202, USA

    http:// www.facebook.co m/events/1710101515949031

    Queer Yoga is Columbus's first queer-focused yoga class that offers
    professional yoga instruction in a designated Safe(r) Space. We endeavor to
    cultivate an atmosphere of acceptance and community in all we do, from sun
    salutations to post-yoga snack time. Whether you are new to yoga, or you
    can complete a headstand without assistance, you will find something to
    challenge and deepen your practice.

    Class fees are $6 for ALL participants. Everyone is welcome. Bring a mat.

    Queer Yoga Instructor Schedule:
    1st Tues - Andy King
    2nd Tues - Kelly Ish
    3rd Tues - Kelsey Davis
    4th Tues - Becca Alexander

    See more details

Progress Ohio

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The Resistance | Ohio

Find additional statewide events at the The Resistance | Ohio calendar.

Rise Stronger National Calendar

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