Join us for our 7th Annual Human Rights Dinner (co-hosted by Generations for Peace and Democracy) and another evening of great food, soulful music, inspiring presentations, and good conversation on Sunday, April 22nd at 5 PM at the Presbytery of Baltimore.
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What: Human Rights Dinner
When: Sunday, April 22nd at 5pm
Where: Presbytery of Baltimore (5400 Loch Raven BLVD, Baltimore, MD 21239)
The Human Rights Dinner is an opportunity to step back from the day to day organizing and mounting campaign actions to reflect on the resource that truly sustains the United Workers. Leaders. It is leaders that carry out the vision of the United Workers to help build a movement to end poverty by uniting, organizing, developing other leaders and contributing what they can financially to this work. Making a donation to the United Workers is not an act of charity, but an act of leadership. It will take the collective effort of leaders from all backgrounds to meet the United Workers long-term goal of becoming free from dependency on foundations.
As a step towards this long-term goal, we have set a goal of getting 50 new monthly Sustainers in 2012. Just at our last Strategic Dialogue, six people led this effort by becoming Sustainers. We hope to do even better at the Human Rights Dinner! But there’s no need to wait for the Human Rights Dinner, you can sign up online today to become a Sustainer.
We look forward to celebrating with you at the Human Rights Dinner!
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