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News Brief: Impeachment rally Tuesday at Park Square

Protestors will demand that the House of Representatives fulfill its constitutional duty by impeaching Donald Trump and that the Senate remove him from office for attempting to rig the 2020 elections.

News Brief: Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign

The Berkshire Domestic and Sexual Violence Task Force formed earlier this year under the auspices of the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office.

Protesters shine ‘Lights for Liberty’ on Trump immigration policies

“I have a child who was born here, but as immigrants -- the way we look, the way we sound -- sometimes we feel scared because even if we're here as citizens, I feel like anything can happen to us.” -- Maria, an immigrant from El Salvador

Bits & Bytes: Lights for Liberty gatherings; Aston Magna on Rubens; ‘The Tricky Part’ at Ancram Opera House; Williams College at solar eclipse in...

Guest director Richard Savino will present the music that influenced the art of Flemish Baroque artist Peter Paul Rubens.

National day of action to demand release of Mueller report

Protests will take place in hundreds of cities and towns and are being organized by a coalition of dozens of public interest organizations.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Speaking Truth to Power’ standout; ‘Navigating Climate Change in Uncertain Times’; Joey Alexander Trio at the Mahaiwe; First Fridays Artswalk

The talk “Navigating Climate Change in Uncertain Times” will draw on literature, history, philosophy, environmental studies, politics and economics to situate climate change as an urgent personal and political call to action.

‘Sister event’ to Women’s March energizes Berkshire County resistance movement

On the one-year anniversary of the iconic Women's March movement, Indivisible Pittsfield, a Trump resistance group advocating for social justice, organized a meeting of 20 local groups to "March into Action."

‘Sister event’ to Women’s March planned in Pittsfield

On the one-year anniversary of the iconic movement, Indivisible Pittsfield has organized another sister event to this year's march – what it calls a "March into Action Resource Fair and Community Forum" at the Colonial Theatre on South Street.

Bits & Bytes: ‘March into Action’; ‘Handbags for Habitat’; Miss ‘Nogood’ drag pageant; CATA art exhibit, poetry reading; Williams seeks ‘books’

'March into Action' will encompass a resource fair featuring more than 20 groups, brief spoken-word performances, and a panel discussion of important issues facing the Berkshires in 2018.

News Brief: Multicultural BRIDGE launches ‘Not in Berkshire County’ campaign

Part of the national Not in Our Town movement, the campaign will engage Berkshire residents, businesses, town governments, schools, community organizations and others in an effort to educate, organize and mobilize communities to respond to and prevent incidents of hate and injustice.

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