Reclaiming Our Democracy – Book Launch and Fundraiser, Sunday September 29, 2013

Reclaiming Our Democracy – Book Launch and Fundraiser, Sunday September 29, 2013

Feeling a little dispirited by the current state of politics?

Join the Toronto chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) on Sunday, September 29th for the much anticipated launch of the 20th Anniversary Edition of Sam Daley-Harris’ book, Reclaiming our Democracy: Healing the Break Between People and Government.

WHERE: Pauper’s Pub (539 Bloor Street West, near Bathurst)WHEN: from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
FEATURES: Complimentary appetizers and a cash bar.

Be part of a celebration that will include launch parties taking place throughout North America at the same time, connected by teleconference.

Sam and those featured in the book, including Cheryl McNamara, who founded the Toronto CCL chapter, will read from the book.

This event is donate*-what-you-can at the door. If you give $25 or more you will receive a complimentary copy of Sam’s book! Your donation will support CCL’s lobby efforts.

Can't attend but still want to support us? Go HERE and say CCL Toronto referred you.

Sam founded RESULTS, which is credited for saving millions of lives and improving standard of living worldwide. After receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, Grameen Bank founder Muhammad Yunus said, “No other organization has been as critical a partner in seeing to it that microcredit is used as a tool to eradicate poverty and empower women than RESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund's Microcredit Summit Campaign.”

The new edition features a chapter on Citizens Climate Lobby, which has adopted RESULTS successful methodology in developing political will for specific legislation.

The 20th anniversary edition of Sam’s book Reclaiming Our Democracy: Healing the Break Between People and Government will be released in the fall of 2013.

* Please note that because Canada’s Citizens Climate Lobby is not a charitable organization, donations are not eligible for a tax receipt. Regardless, our lobbying efforts, in Canada and the USA, would not be eligible for charitable status because advocacy is excluded under our charity laws in both countries.


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