Friday, November 12, 2010
Skype Call: Sunday at 11pm- 6423 North Glenwood
LINK Screening= SUCCESS!
Benefit Show: Hip Hop for Congo
• The Silver Room off the Blue Line of Damen
• 1442 North Milwaukee
• Call Caitlin if you want to go with the group: 815-355-5689
INVISIBLE CONFLICTS Benefit Show: 7pm- THIS Sunday night
• Reply if you’d like to help but didn’t sign up!
• BRING YOUR FRIENDS
• We are selling sweet posters too!
Dwon Madiki Partnership: check it out on YouTube to see the 20 kids we’re jumping into Lake Michigan for
Check this video out about Human Rights Watch recommendation about their recommendation for Obama: http://www.hrw.org/en/node/94226
Plunge Poster is ALMOST done—we’ll send it out ASAP
NEXT WEEK: Meeting at 7pm with Free the Slaves Comedy Benefit at 8pm at Heartland Alliance
Monday Night Meeting: 9pm- Dumbach 122
• We’re watching a movie by the journalist who is coming: Mariana van Zeller
Friday, November 5, 2010
Chicago Kinshasa Fundraiser: The Silver Room- Friends of the Congo
• 8-11pm November 12
• Pending next week
Jane Thatcher CD Release November 20- 9pm
Mariana van Zeller is coming- look her up on hulu.com --> Vanguard to learn about her!
TUESDAY: LINK Screening- Liberation North Korea
• 7pm- 123 Dumbach
• Email your professors and ask to either talk about it or offer extra credit
Benefit Concert: November 14 Sunday
• Heartland Café
• Proceeds going to Dwon Madiki Partnership
• Flyerign: tomorrow at 3pm meet in front of IC
• If you want to volunteer but can’t come to the meeting next week email me back!
• Posters: next week we’ll organize them to sell!
Monday: Arts and Media meeting at Laura’s appointment
• 6303 North Lakewood
Monday night meeting: Aramark worker coming to talk about
• 9pm Dumbach 122
Sunday Conference calls to Dwon Madiki kids
• 6423 Glenwood- Devon and Glenwood intersection
• Contact Trish if you want to meet with her to go there
The IC Plunge: December 4
• Permit to jump in water: 1:15-1:20
• GET YOUR PACKET ON ORGSYNC
• Task Groups:
1. Food donations: Claire and Sara
2. Prize donations
3. Beach: Tom
4. Department Outreach: Gaby, Mara and Tyler
5. Club Outreach: Mara and Gaby
6. Greek life Outreach: Laura and Jackie
7. Off campus outreach: Angela, Trish, Jackie
8. Day of photography and film: Teresa, Claire: VIDEO CAMERA
9. Advertising: Madison G, Francis,
10. Press Release: Jackie, Laura, Claire, Angela
E-board: Sunday night- 7pm in Rambler- ANYONE CAN COME TO CONTRIBUTE ABOUT THE PLUNGE!
Sunday, October 17, 2010
a. LUC Dining Services are struggling to get unions and we all need to sign this petition
b. Monday night meeting: we’ll try to bring a worker in to talk about this issue
c. EVERYONE SHOULD GO TO THIS WEBSITE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN THIS :
II. DMP Update
a. Katie and Trish had a conference call to Grace (the mother of Carolyn) and then Patrick to talk about new goals/plans
b. The board met last night and we’ll call again on Sunday around 11 am—if you’re interested email Trish: EMAIL
c. Fees have been paid with a generous donation!!
III. LINK Screening
a. Wednesday November 9
IV. Congo Week
a. AWESOME FLYER by Laura
b. Still to do: Tabling and bake sale
c. EMAIL: email@example.com if you are interested to either bake or sit at the table
d. Wednesday will be bake sale for sure and maybe other days
e. Wednesday night- we don’t have an event but we’re cosponsoring Taste of Africa and we’ll have a table there
i. 5-8 in CFSU
f. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any vigil material
V. CAN Meeting is next Wednesday
VI. Quesadilla Sale: Saturday 5-12 in CFSU
a. Come by to help out!!
VII. IC Plunge: GET PSYCHED BECAUSE IT’S COMING UP!!!
a. You Tube IC Plunge to see what it is
b. December 4!
VIII. Arts and Media
a. 7:30 Wednesday Rambler Room
b. Photoshop meeting will be coming up!
IX. Benefit Concert: Nov. 14
a. Young Man—check out their MySpace
b. Nick Miller’s band
c. Heartland Café
Monday, October 4, 2010
Make an effort to attend an event for Pakistan Awareness Week
Free fundraising dinner on Thursday, October 7, at 7 p.m. in Mundelein Auditorium on the Lake Shore Campus. The event will feature Pakistani food, and there is no cost per plate. Featured speakers will include Loyola Professor Marcia Hermansen and Muneer Akhtar, the chair of the American Federation for Pakistan India, who will share updates and pictures of current conditions in Pakistan. Donations for relief efforts will be accepted and encouraged. Please RSVP to Rabia Khan at email@example.com.
On Wednesday, October 6, at 4 p.m., the University will host concurrent teach-ins at CFSU on the Lake Shore Campus and the Terry Student Center on the Water Tower Campus
Also check out the tables we're having in CFSU in conjuction with Student Environmental Alliance
Bake Sale October 5, 6-8:00pm!
Our next meeting is Thursday at 8pm in Dumbach 122
Here's an Invisible Conflicts Update:
IC Benefit Show: November 14, 2010 at Heartland Cafe
Arts and Media Workshop: Wednesday at 7:30- Mundelein 7th floor
Congo Week: October 17-24
Sunday Oct 17, 5-8:30pm Location TBD Celebration of Congolese Culture (Come enjoy Congolese food, dance, music and more)
Monday Oct 18, 7:30 pm Sullivan Center, Galvin Auditorium (we couldn't start at 7 because of an event before) Why you should care about the Congo? Because you what you don't know is hurting other people! Dr. Brian Endless
Tuesday Oct 19, 7:00 pm Dumbach Hall Room TBA Women in the Congo Discussion, How the war in eastern Congo is affecting women.
Wed Oct 20, ALL DAY Cell Out- check out congoweek.org for details of Cell Out
Wed Oct 20, 7pm Location TBA, Screening of Katanga Business ( Synopsis: After Mobutu, King of Zaire and Congo River, the Belgian director Thierry Michel pursues his exploration of Central Africa. His new documentary, entitled Katanga Business, is a kind of political economic thriller, which takes place in this south-eastern province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, one of the world’s richest regions in mining resources. While the inhabitants of Katanga continue to live in extreme poverty, multinationals are rivalled by China, newly arrived with its billions of dollars. Staged on economic war, Katanga Business is a tale of globalisation)
Thursday Oct 21, 7pm Location TBA, The role of the mining companies in the eastern Congo war and of Canada as haven of the world mining industry. (Alain Deneault is a philosopher and professor of sociology at the University of Quebec at Montreal. He is the author of several books including Noir Canada, which exposes widespread human rights abuses, economic crimes and political tentacles of private companies operating in Africa. Professor Deneault will focus his presentation on multinationals in the DRC. He will discuss how multinationals are guilty of corruption, institutionalized looting of mineral resources, and how they have exacerbated instability and armed conflicts for easy profits.)
Sunday Oct 23, 5pm Mass and Vigil (details still TBD)
Monday Night Meeting: The Democratic Republic of Congo at 9 Dumbach 122
LINK Screening: Liberation in North Korea
Delaney is chair of this, if interested in this email
Fundraising: Ideas: Carmen's Waitressing, Penny Wars in the Dorms, Bake Sales, Vintage poster raffles