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MoCo Green Party regular monthly meeting

  • May 13, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Our May speaker is Sam Pizzigati, national expert on solutions to the income inequality and extreme concentration of wealth in the US.  He is a long-time labor journalist and Institute for Policy Studies associate
fellow, and the nation's chief proponent of the maximum wage concept. He will present promising new initiatives in Rhode Island and California and more. Sam edits Too Much, a weekly newsletter on excess and inequality
(toomuchonline.org). His latest book is "The Rich Don’t Always Win." He advocates for publishing the executive-average employee wage gap and other techniques we can implement for Montgomery County. Pizzigati lives in Kensington, Maryland.

We will also discuss regular business, including the campaigns of our candidates for office.

Work with Green Party local candidates on 10 Mile Creek protection, privacy, single payer health care, community-based economic activities, climate change, social justice and many other issues to take practical steps creating a just, sustainable society in Montgomery County and Maryland. Real steps for real progress. For more information, contact Mary Rooker, [masked],[masked]-1288.

Directions to Mary Rooker's
804 Larch Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912
(301)[masked]

From the Metro ( www.wmata.com):
(About 3 blocks from the bus stop)

Take Red Line in whatever direction leads to the Takoma Station
Get off at the Takoma Exit (between Fort Totten and Silver Spring)
Take #16 Ride On Bus (about a 7-minute trip) to Elm Street and East-West Highway (Rt. 410)
(Note: This is the stop on East-West Highway just before New Hampshire Avenue)
Cross East-West to get to the other side of the street
Head north (downhill) on Elm Street for about a half a block
Take first left onto Lincoln
Take second right onto Larch

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