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The Encirclement: A Short Documentary, March 1st

When: Friday, March 1st, 10 AM Where: First Presbyterian Church, 1820 15th St, Boulder Boulder International Film Festival presents the world premiere of The Encirclement. Short Documentary, Directed by Erik Sween, 8 min. After years of demonstrating and getting arrested at Rocky Flats outside of Boulder, protesters decided to try something completely different. In 1983 they joined hands around the 17-mile perimeter of the nuclear weapons plant. More information here.

Atomic Film Series: The Man Who Saved the World, February 28th

When: Thursday, February 28th, 7 PM Where: Sycamore Hall, Room 8130, Naropa University, 2130 Arapahoe Ave. "The Man Who Saved the World" is about the Russian Lt. Colonel, Stanislav E. Petrov, a bitter old man who lost everything after deciding not to obey superior orders, and hereby changing the fate of the world. Few people know of him... Yet hundreds of millions of people are alive because of him. His difficult judgement call prevented the start of a worldwide nuclear war and the devastation of much of the Earth. The film was recently screened at the Dairy Arts Center and we look forward to sharing it with you! Click here for parking information and to learn more about the Atomic Film Seri

Vets for Peace Monthly Meeting, March 3rd

When: Sunday, March 3rd, 6 PM Where: First United Methodist, 1421 Spruce St, Boulder Potluck dinner at 6 PM. David Barsamian, founder and director of Alternative Radio, will speak beginning at 7 PM.

Ojibwe writer David Treuer...

When: Wednesday, March 13th, 7:30 PM Where: Boulder Bookstore, Pearl Street Mall Ojibwe writer David Treuer speaks about his new book, The Heartbeat at Wounded Knee.. For more info, click here.

Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, March 15th-16th

When: March 15th - 16th Where: CU Law School, Boulder, CO CU Law School and Native American Rights Fund host this conference as the initial program of the "Project to Implement the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the United States." Discuss how to advance the promises of the Declaration and develop a strategy for its implementation in the United States, toward the true flourishing of indigenous peoples, healing, and justice for all. Click here for more information.

Learn & Discuss the Crisis in Venezuela, February 13th and 20th

TWO OPPORTUNITIES TO ATTEND THIS EVENT (1) Click here for more info. When: Wednesday, February 13th, 7 - 9 PM Where: Humanities 1B80, CU Boulder (2) Click here for more info. When: Wednesday, February 20th, 7 - 9 PM Where: Basement of Wulsin Hall, Naropa University, 2130 Arapahoe Ave. This event will include film clips, speakers, and discussion on the present situation in Venezuela and why the RMPJC opposes intervention in Venezuela's internal affairs. We will also discuss why U.S. efforts to unseat President Maduro violate international law. Please see the resources below for more details about the present situation.

7-Week Conflict Resolution Workshop

When: Tuesday, February 12th, 6:30 - 8 PM Where: TBD. Email rmpjc@earthlink.net for location Future workshop dates: 2/26, 3/12, 3/26, 4/9, 4/23 Please join us for a 7-week conflict resolution workshop where you will learn transformational conflict practices, use creativity to identify solutions, and effectively manage your role in conflict with emotional intelligence. Click here for more information.

Joe Jencks and Elena Klaver in Concert, February 22nd

When: Friday, February 22nd, 7:30 PM Where: Unitarian Universalist Church, 5001 E. Pennsylvania, Boulder Joe Jencks, award-winning singer-songwriter and celebrated vocalist performs with Elena Klaver, well-known musician, community activist, and KGNU volunteer. Tickets for the concert are $15-$20 sliding scale, available at the door.

Atomic Film Series: The Man Who Saved the World, February 28th

When: Thursday, February 28th, 7 PM Where: Sycamore Hall, Room 8130, Naropa University, 2130 Arapahoe Ave. "The Man Who Saved the World" is about the Russian Lt. Colonel, Stanislav E. Petrov, a bitter old man who lost everything after deciding not to obey superior orders, and hereby changing the fate of the world. Few people know of him... Yet hundreds of millions of people are alive because of him. His difficult judgement call prevented the start of a worldwide nuclear war and the devastation of much of the Earth. The film was recently screened at the Dairy Arts Center and we look forward to sharing it with you! Click here for parking information and to learn more about the Atomic Film Seri

Vets for Peace Meeting, February 10th

When: Sunday, February 10th, 6 PM Where: First United Methodist, 1421 Spruce St, Boulder Vets for Peace present Carlos Valverde from the Working Families Party. Potluck dinner at 6pm; speaker at 7 p.m.. Try to bring your own plate and cup to save on waste.