At 1pm Tuesday Feb 11, the RI Coalition to Defend Human &
Civil Rights is organizing an important anti-surveillance protest
at the Federal Building in downtown Providence. There will be
simultaneous actions that day on websites and in other cities
nationwide. This will be on February 11, the second Tuesday of
the month — if there’s heavy snow, we’ll reschedule to Thurs
Feb. 13 at 1pm.
Please share the Facebook event and join it:
WHY: Because the backlash against government and corporate
surveillance has already begun, and more activism is the
only way to keep Big Brother from tracking our thoughts and
WHERE: Federal Building, 1 Exchange St in Kennedy Plaza, Providence
WHEN: 1pm Tues Feb 11 (or if heavy snow then, 1pm Thu Feb 13)
The national website for this Feb 11 protest:
Next meeting of RI Coalition to Defend Human & Civil Rights:
12noon Sat Feb 8, Rochambeau Library, 708 Hope St. Providence.
Join us! Stay afterwards for the movie showing.
Showing of “Dirty Wars”: The Oscar-nominated documentary
“Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield” on America’s current
wars in Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia is showing at 2pm Sat Feb 8
in Rochambeau Library, 708 Hope St., Providence, sponsored by
RI Progressive Democrats of America.