On Tuesday, May 13, 2014 the p2PAC will be having a fundriaser at the Sharp Edge Bistro on Penn Ave downtown – more details about the event are at the bottom of this post.
One of the projects outside of IheartPGH that I am most proud of being a part of is the p2PAC. For the most part I haven’t shared many political posts here on IheartPGH, so bear with me as I give a brief history of the p2PAC and I hope you will consider supporting the p2PAC at our first big fundraiser on Tuesday, May 13.
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If you follow IheartPGH on Facebook and Twitter you may have noticed that I’ve been linking to the Millennial Trains Project.
The Millennial Trains Project is a cross country train trip this August that will start in San Francisco and end in Washington, DC. The train will stop in 10 cities over 10 days. The Millennial Trains project was founded by Patrick Dowd (not the Pittsburgh city councilman Patrick Down) who helped to organize a similar project, Jagriti Yatra, when he was a Fulbright scholar in India.
The inaugural journey of the Millennial Trains project will be stopping in Pittsburgh!… Read the rest
Image by Getty Images via Daylife
I have been at the August Wilson Center yesterday and today. Oxfam and USCAN (US Climate Action Network) have set up a media center set up here – they are doing press briefings hourly on different topics. They have done a great job of providing info and photos and wireless to bloggers – we are a block from the convention center.
Check out the coverage at http://g20voice.org/ and photos here – http://www.flickr.com/photos/g20voice/sets/72157622449588322/
Here are some resources for following G20 activity here in Pittsburgh online
Real time happenings around all things G20:
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