Nashville Peace Calendar
This calendar, privately run by Eric Schechter, is not officially affiliated with NPJC E-blast, despite overlap in content and staff.
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February is African-American History Month. There are too many history events for me to list them all on the calendar, but you can find some of them at the library, Vanderbilt, public television, and elsewhere.

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 RALLY demonstrations - messaging directed toward the general public; it's important to get visibly high attendance at these
 LOBBYING meet with the government
 LECTURE  and/or workshop -- often contains Q-and-A at the end. Or conference, i.e., many lectures and/or workshops.
 FILM often followed by a discussion
 BUSINESS ordinary "business" meetings, generally periodic, usually indoors, typically where more interesting events are planned
 OUTDOOR LABOR wear "work" clothes and expect to get dirty
 SOCIALIZING mainly schmoozing, but may also include something else -- e.g., a lecture, a potluck dinner.
 PERFORMANCE live (e.g., on stage). Listed on this calendar only if it includes political themes and/or is a benefit for a political cause. On rare occasions this category may also include noteworthy tv or radio specials. This calendar will not list weekly programs, but we recommend Bill Moyers, DemocracyNow!, and most of the WRFN schedule.


Historical information in this calendar is taken from Peace and Justice History.