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February, 2024

Monday
5
Delaware County Building Court Room 309A
9:00 AM
Saturday
10
Community Room, Open Door Health Service
1:00 PM
Tuesday
13
Indiana Statehouse
9:00 AM
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Hoosiers around the state are rallying to fight for their energy rights. Join our annual day of action to demand a renewable energy future in Indiana!
Tuesday
13
Indiana Statehouse, 4th Floor
11:00 AM
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Join Women4Change this Galentine‘s Day at the Indiana Statehouse to write letters to legislators and show up for the Hoosier community.
Thursday
15
Casa Del Sol
5:30 PM
Monday
19
Indiana Statehouse, 3rd Floor Atrium- South
10:00 AM
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We are joining together with other organizations and advocates to remind our legislators that we are united in support of our public schools.
Tuesday
20
Delaware County Building Court Room 309A
9:00 AM
Thursday
22
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A presentation featuring stories about some of the bold and amazing women who made history but were hidden from the history books.
Thursday
22
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Frederick Douglass Jazz Works was created in honor of Frederick Douglass (1818-1895), an enslaved African in America who escaped to freedom and became a leading orator, political activist, abolitionist, writer, banker, ambassador, theologian, and statesman. Ruth Naomi Floyd sets Douglass’ words from speeches and essays to original jazz compositions. This free concert will be the Institute for the Study of Political Economy’s offering for the Madam CJ Walker Colloquium. This annual event explores the relevance of entrepreneurship and free enterprise for the past, present, and future of historically marginalized groups. It honors African American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and political and social activist Madam Walker (1867–1919). Madam Walker established her company’s national headquarters in Indianapolis in 1910.
Tuesday
27
Delaware County Building Court Room 309A
9:00 AM