Thanks for Successful Impeachment March, and Public Good Rally

Many, many thanks to endorsers, speakers, attendees, and well-wishers!! Those who were there experienced a thoughtful and caring crowd, standing up courageously for principle(s). Martha McCluskey is our shero, and how grateful we are to Sara Faduski, Jim Anderson, Victoria Guite, Annie Krause, Paul McQuillen (who spoke in that order) for their eloquence and insights. Wonderful job all round!!

Great thanks also to Brandi and Lee Jensen, Peggy Matteliano, Paul Harvey, Frank Gage, for essential help and support for the event, and our dear Riverside Salem UCC/DC who has a long history of courage and activism (including the founding of the WNY Peace Center, now in our 50th year!) – we couldn’t do any of it without you all!

Many thanks to Ismail Johnson & Co, including many great musicians especially Lonnie Barlow, who uplifted us.

Also to The Buffalo News for excellent reporting by Joe Popiolkowski! His article was well-done: clear and concise and to the point. See below!

Impeachment March, July 2, emphasizing Law, & Standing Up for Public Good

You are invited to join in the National Day of Action that is the #ImpeachmentMarch. We will hear (UB) Constitutional Law Professor Martha McCluskey’s perspective, as well as speakers on the public’s needs re

Health Care (care for the most vulnerable, poor, elderly, and needy);
Racial Justice (desperate need for equal protection under the law);
Renewable Energy (Environmental Protections; upholding Climate Accords); and Immigration/Refugee protections (stop travel ban& massive deportations).

Where & When: Sunday, July 2, Lafayette Sq (other side from Central Public Library side)
1:30 Tabling at Lafayette Sq, with music by Ismail & Co
2:00 Event (w/ impeachment grounds per Prof McCluskey, by Sara Faduski; speakers re common good)
2:25 March (west) on Court St; to and around Niagara Square and back
3:00 Conclusion

Why: Constitutional Scholars such as Harvard’s Lawrence Tribe (L Tribe: Impeachment for Obstruction of Justice; Wapo) and a number of those at UB Law School (Constitutional Law Prof Martha McCluskey;

Speak-Outs: Ethical Peace Officers; The Future of Health Care in WNY; Impeachment March and more

REMEMBER: June is Gun Violence Awareness Month!

Camp Peaceprints needs drivers for swimming! (You could swim too!)
Afternoons, Monday through Friday, July 17 – 28 @ St. Mary’s School for the Deaf, 2253 Main Street. Call 716 332 3904 or email


Check out Campaigns and Regularly Scheduled Events below.
For more info and more events – including those being added daily! – go to

We’re all in this together! Many thanks for all your work, wishes, and support!

Peace, Thanks, Solidarity, and yes, Love.


Speak-Out re Ethical Peace Officers
This series resumes with Prof. Heron Simmonds, Chair of WNYPC Racial Justice Taskforce.
Mayoral Candidates and police will be present.
All are welcome. Come to dialog on this important issue!
Today, Tuesday, June 27, 5:30-7:30pm, West Side Community Center, 161 Vermont St.


The Future of Health Care in WNY