Welcome to the Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice (MAPJ) website! Information about our mission and activities can be found via the "About" link in the top navigation bar.
MAPJ's Annual Meeting/Potluck
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
481 Zeandale Road
Speaker: Stan Cox, Author / Land Institute
"Any Way You Slice It: The Past, Present, and Future of Rationing"
Stop Obama's Budget Compromise: Preserve Social Security, Medicaid, and Medicare
MAPJ has prepared an action sheet of simple steps you can take to push back against President Obama's unnecessary proposal to weaken federal support for programs that millions of people depend on. Click Here for the information.
Click on the event calendar to the right for more information on MAPJ events and other relevant happenings in the community.
We encourage our members and supporters to keep legislators informed of their views. See the "Legislators" link for contact information.
For links to progressive organizations, use the "Links" link.
Visit http://groups.google.com/group/mapj-announce to join our low-volume, announcements mailing list.
Flint Hills GI Rights Hotline
The Flint Hills GI Rights Hotline, sponsored by MAPJ along with several other organizations, is a network of trained lay counselors which provides information to help GIs and their families understand their rights and options. The Hotline accepts calls regarding military regulations and options concerning the following issues: discharge status, conscientious objection, GI rights and truth in recruitment. The service is free and private. The network does not report to any military or government agency. Phone: 1-877-447-4487; Website: www.flinthillsgirights.com.
In 2008, MAPJ sponsored the two day training workshop that lead to the creation of the GI Rights Hotline.
MAPJ has been sistered with El Papaturro Cuscatlan, El Salvador, since 1995, and is a member of US-El Salvador Sister Cities. MAPJ has supported: community construction; transportation to polling sites; regional organizing efforts in Cuscatlan; a scholarship program for high school and college students; teacher certification efforts and human rights issues.
For more information see our Sister City page.
If you would like to work on one of our projects, contact our coordinator: email@example.com.
Financial contributions can be mailed to our postal address: MAPJ, PO Box 1561, Manhattan, KS 66505. You can also support us by recycling aluminum in our name at Howie's Recycling.
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