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Eco/Justice Cafe
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When: 02/06/2009
From 6 PM to 10 PM
Where: UDC Firebird Inn
4200 Connecticut Ave., NW
Building 38, B-Level
Washington, District of Columbia  20008
Contact: Joe Libertelli

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Eco/Justice Café ! 

Featuring music, poetry, an open mike session, good food, good beer, good people, good cheer, good info and good karma.

University of DC, Firebird Inn, Van Ness/UDC Red Line West exit

Building 39, B-Level, 4200 Connecticut Ave., NW, 20008, Wheelchair Accessible

Suggested donation $15/ $10 students/$5 kids

Food and drink included. 

All ages event; child activities provided – and powered by kids!  

February 6th Cafe:

"Slow Food" Panel Discussion from 6:30 to 7pm with Leigh Haughter, organic farmer; Ayize Sabater, co-founder of Delights of the Garden, and Ed Bruske, Chef and DC Urban Gardener.

UDC Sustainability Society will meet at 6pm at the Cafe!


Mike Bowers:
Scott Trowbridge
Shahid Buttar

Feb 6th Tablers will include:

Capitol Hemp
Chesapeake Climate Action Network/One Sky
Compassion Over Killing
DC Low Carbon Diet
Organic Consumers Association
Ecolocity DC
Global Consciousness Press
Students for a Sensible Drug Policy
UDC Clarke Schoool of Law
UDC Sustainability Society
Washington Peace Center

Help us spread the word - Invite your friends to this Group and to our Eco/Justice Cafe Facebook event page!

Yes! Our venue is Wheelchair Accessible
Yes! We are adding a Shabbat to the Cafe!

Suggested donation $15/ $10 students/$5 kids
(Food and drink included.)

All ages event; child activities provided – and powered by kids!

TO VOLUNTEER on Jan. 9, email Joe Libertelli at

Hosted by the University of the District of Columbia David Clarke School of Law, the District's public interest law school. For more information on the law school full-tuition three-year Advocate for Justice Scholarships, go to

HISTORY: From 1990 – 1997, the Metro DC Environmental Network (MetNet) provided connectivity to the region's environmental and justice activists through a monthly calendar, monthly EcoJustice Coffeehouses, a broadcast fax system, and annual regional Earth Day events.

MetNet 2.0 will recycle the best of the old MetNet as follows:

MONTHLY ECO/JUSTICE CAFÉS: are held on the First Fridays of each month at the UDC Firebird Inn. They are intended to build understanding, friendship, community and cooperation among area activists.

THE NEW ON-LINE CALENDAR: will provide the region's most comprehensive listing of social justice and environmental events. The Calendar will be "rolled out" in Spring 2009.

AN ONLINE RESOURCE CENTER will access Washington area residents to local and regional information they need to act on their environmental and social values. The Resource Center will be built out in stages in the coming months.

VOLUNTEER EDITORS are sought for sections of the Resource Center . Editors will collect and maintain a section of the database and, in return, will be granted control that area's "home page" where they can write or choose articles to post, manage a forum, and highlight their favorite resources. These will be serious and demanding – but highly rewarding – positions.

STRUCTURE: MetNet 2.0 is currently a project of the DC School of Law Foundation and can accept tax exempt contributions at It is preparing to file for its own 501 (c) (3) status with the help of the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Community Development Clinic.

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