Help Food Not Bombs cater the rePHRAME forum

On Thursday, November 1st, Residents of Public Housing in Richmond Against Mass Eviction (rePHRAME) will be holding their annual forum, “Eliminating Poverty, Protecting Community.” Learn more, about the event and rePHRAME through the title link, RSVP here.

On the same day at 2:00pm, at the Wingnut Anarchist Collective (2005 Barton Avenue), Food Not Bombs will prepare a spaghetti dinner for the forum’s attendees and participants, to be served at the forum location. All are welcome to help cook.

The following items are needed: bread, spaghetti, pasta sauce, onions, tomatoes, garlic. You can drop them off at 2005 Barton Avenue, or call 804-300-0023.
Residents of Public Housing in Richmond Against Mass Eviction 6th Annual Community Forum

Thursday, October 24th, at 5:30pm, at Greater Mount Moriah Baptist Church (913 North 1st Street, Richmond VA), rePHRAME (Residents of Public Housing in Richmond Against Mass Evictions) is having their 6th annual community forum. 

A vegan dinner will be served, catered by Richmond Food Not Bombs. If you would like to help cook, see this link. Children are welcome. Greater Mt. Moriah Baptist Church is located on GRTC Route 32 Ginter Park. The bus stop is at the corner of Baker & 1st Streets. 

RSVP through the title link. 

FNB needs list for rePHRAME catering

The can drive is still going (it ends on Wednesday), and we got a whole bunch of cans for the pantry.Thanks, everyone! (Especially you, GSEX crew.) If you’re still interested in donating but don’t want to do cans, here’s some other things FNB needs to cater the rePHRAME forum on November 1st:





RePHRAME'S 7th Annual Community Forum

Tuesday, October 28th, from 5:30-8:30pm, at Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church (14 West Duval Street, Richmond VA), Residents of Public Housing in Richmond Against Mass Evictions (rePHRAME) is holding its 7th annual community forum. 

The forum will center on building connections and power in the public housing communities of Richmond. Residents of public housing are invited. 

RSVP above. 

The church is located on GRTC routes 32 Ginter Park and 37 Chamberlayne. The bus stop for the 32 is located at the corner of Baker & 1st Streets, while the 37 bus stop is on the corner of Chamberlayne and Jackson Streets.
rePHRAME Petition on Jobs, Education, Transportation, Housing, and Outreach

Residents of Public Housing in Richmond Against Mass Eviction is circulating a petition in the hopes that it will pressure Richmond officials into answering questions regarding jobs, education, transportation, housing, and outreach. These questions were raised, in part, by the findings of the Anti-Poverty Commission.
rePHRAME monthly meetings

Residents of Public Housing in Richmond Against Mass Evictions meets once a month, on the fourth Thursday of the month, at 5:30pm. The meeting location is variable, so either check their website or call (804) 476-0756 and leave a message.Their meeting this month, on the 25th, will be located at the Legal Aid Justice Center (123 East Broad Street).

rePHRAME is concerned with housing justice for people living in public housing in Richmond.

The title link leads to their blogspot, which will become more regularly updated very soon.
5th Annual rePHRAME Community Forum, "Eliminating Poverty, Protecting Community"

On Thursday November 1st, from 5:30-8:30pm, at the Good Shepherd Baptist Church (1127 North 28th Street), Residents of Public Housing in Richmond Against Mass Eviction will hold their fifth annual forum. The forum will focus on “Unpacking the 2010 Census”, an earlier event, and the upcoming Anti-Poverty Commission report.

Food Not Bombs will be catering the event.