Within the Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina there are Organizations, Issues, Events, and Projects. These are listed below.
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- 1 Organizations
- 1.1 Chapel Hill
- 1.2 Peace and Justice
- 1.3 Community
- 1.4 Sustainability
- 1.5 Media
- 2 Issues
- 3 Events
- 4 Projects
Contact: Dennis Markatos, firstname.lastname@example.org, (919)843-6548
SURGE, Students United for a Responsible Global Environment, is a nonviolent network led by students, but not limited to students, dedicated to achieving social, economic, political, and environmental justice and peace through collective education and action.
Campaign to End the Cycle of Violence
Contact: Dave Lippman, email@example.com
Organizes teach-ins, demonstrations, and educational work on all aspects of the world wide war and opposition to it. We attempt theatrical and other creative approaches to drawing new people in and keeping anti-war presence alive and in the public eye and the government's face.
Contact: Taj Forer, Taj@daylightmagazine.org
DCPF seeks to empower communities to document their own stories and provide a platform in which to share it. Images are powerful communicators and we want to give people the ability to make their own, to particapate in the flood of media fed to us by conglomerates and corporate sponsors.
Internationalist Books is a volunteer run collective, a not-for-profit bookstore, a progressive community center, and community owned cooperative.
A group that meets monthly to discuss Peak Oil and develop alternatives.
We receive donated and abandoned bicycles and parts, and work with members of our (and the wider traingle) community to repair and ride off on their own "new" bicycles.