AAUPW January Meeting Wednesday, January 18th at 6:30 PMPlease join us for a very informative evening with US State Department Vice Consul - Devin Cahill. Ms. Cahill will offer us an inside look into what happens in the American Consulate in Munich in terms of the American Citizen Services Department. This will be a great opportunity for you to ask any questions that you should have about being an American Citizen living abroad.
Ms. Devin Cahill is the American Citizen Services (ACS) Chief at the U.S. Consulate in Munich, Germany, where she is posted for two years.
January GNO - Bowling!To start off 2017, the GNO committee is planning an evening of bowling! Sounds like great fun. The evening is planned for Tuesday, January 24 at 6:30 PM.
Book ClubThe bookclub is a great way to get to know other members better, as well as discuss interesting books and topics. This month we will be discussing “All the Light We Cannot See.”
For more information, please contact our club president at: email@example.com
Democrats Abroad - Women's March in Munich– January 21This Saturday, January 21, take a stand and march in Munich to affirm our values and speak up for those who cannot as we host a sister march to the Women's March in Washington. Thousands of marches and vigils will be taking place around the world as we join our fellow patriots in Washington D.C. to stand up for the values we hold dear: tolerance, women's rights, religious freedom, facts, environmental protection, democracy, LGBT rights, black lives matter, science, the right to vote to name a few. Men and women alike are coming together in this march for justice and dignity. We are expecting 500 or more on Saturday so come, men and women, and join this uplifting way to start this new administration's session.
Start: Across from the US Consulate 12 pm
Walk to Marienplatz via Odeonsplatz
Arrive Marienplatz (front of Rathaus) 12:45
Walk to Karlsplatz via Briennierstr, Maximillianstr
Arrive Karlsplatz 14:30
End 3pm KARLSPLATZ
Start point is across from U.S. Consulate front gate and we recommend arriving 20 minutes early. It is advised that you bring your passport with you. German authorities have every right to request a passport so let's have them just in case. Please RSVP on our website or on the Women's march website to stay current on any logistical updates.
Rise Up: Feminist Voices Trump HateThis February, get your friends together to support marginalized groups and take a stand against the conservative and right wing agenda in the US by enjoying some thought provoking feminist theater.
"Rise Up: Feminist Voices Trump Hate", a performance piece written by an international group of feminist performers about their personal experiences. Join us February 16th and 17th at 20.00 at Eine Welt Haus. Entrance is by donation (recommended donation 8 euros) and all proceeds go to Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.
Space is limited so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. For more information please check out the event on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/munichfeministproject.
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