March 28, 1:00 to 3:00 pm, in Baltimore. Come to a workshop to create a panel to use in the “ribbon project,” when we will wrap the capitol on Aug. 8 with signs expressing what we hold dear in our hearts and want to protect by abolishing nuclear weapons, ending wars and preserving the environment. We will create a “ribbon” when we tie the panels together in commemoration of the only time that atomic bombs have been dropped on cities. Contact us to RSVP and for additional information. Organized by Prevent Nuclear War/MD. CANCELLED. Check back soon for updates to “ribbon project” activities.

April 4: Feed the people, Not the Pentagon: Hunger march from Baltimore to D.C. planned on King anniversary. This April 700,000 people will lose food stamps, and children will go hungry, under rule changes made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In Maryland, over 50,000 people will lose food stamps, and in Baltimore, 15,000. Meanwhile, the military just got a $130 billion increase. In protest, the People’s Power Assembly is organizing a march to the Dept. of Agriculture in DC.