Fox Valley Citizens for Peace & Justice will meet at 9 AM on Saturday, July 7th, 2018 at Highland Avenue Church of the Brethren, 783 W. Highland Avenue, Second Floor, Elgin, Anyone who loves peace and justice is welcome to attend.
Please Walk with Fox Valley Citizens for Peace and Justice in Elgin’s July 4th Parade.
Wednesday, July 4th, 2018
Line-up between 8 AM and 8:30 AM on Douglas Street between Jefferson Avenue and Lovell Avenue.
Parade Monitors will call that Brook Street C.
Step-off at 9 AM
The Parade Winds Down around 11 AM.
Free Parking is available in downtown Elgin. You can walk from there to the corner of Grove Avenue and Kimball Street and find a free shuttle bus that will take you to Lovell Avenue at Douglas Street. Then walk West to Brook Street and look for us.
Fox Valley Citizens for Peace & Justice is alarmed about the GOP Tax bills. The House and Senate versions may soon be reconciled and passed into law, and signed by the President. If so, it will create an enormous transfer of wealth and power from the 99% to the wealthiest. We see this as class warfare and will fight it.
Please join us in this work. Sign up on this website on the left side of our home page to get into our email list. Come to our meetings at Highland Avenue Church of the Brethren on the first Saturday of each month at 9:00 AM.
Fox Valley Citizens for Peace and Justice, along with Northern lllinois Jobs with Justice, Fox Valley Voices for Democracy, and West Suburban IL Democratic Socialists of America are sponsoring a public program:
The GOP Tax Plan: Class Warfare, Geopolitics, & the Alt-Right
Wednesday, November 29th
Highland Avenue Church of the Brethren
783 W. Highland Avenue
Elgin, IL 60123
Our featured speaker will be Dr. Bill Barclay, Economist
Dr. William (Bill) Barclay is a founding member of Democratic Socialists of America (DSA, http://www.dsausa.org) and of the Chicago Political Economy Group (CPEG,www.cpegonline.org). He is on the steering committee for the Oak Park branch of the Chicago chapter of DSA; he helped found and serves on the executive committee of Northern Illinois Jobs with Justice. Prior to retiring in 2004, he worked for 22 years in financial services, including more than a decade at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the world’s largest option market, and five years at the Chicago Stock Exchange.