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This week’s events:
Monday – Thursday is Eating Disorder Awareness Week at SLU with events every day at 7 PM. Get the full details at this link.
Monday, Feb.23, 6:30 PM. The Young Dems. monthly membership meeting is at Crown Square, 2720 N. 14th Street. RSVP here.
Also Monday, a group of people are meeting to discuss how they can prevent Mann School from being closed. The meeting is from 7 to 8:30 PM at the Mann School Gym, 4047 Juniata Street, and you can find out more at their facebook page.
Also Monday, the Interfaith Committee on Latin America is having a dinner and discussion on El Salvador from 7 to 9 PM at the Community Arts and Media Project on 3022A Cherokee.
Monday is also the 2nd installment of the . City Primary Discussion at the Royale, 3132 Kingshighway. This week’s installment is called “Race and the Race,” and starts at 8:30.
Tuesday, February 24, Every Step Counts is hosting “True Love Doesn’t Hurt,” a discussion of domestic violence. The event is from 11 am to 2 PM at Forest Park Community College (5600 Oakland) in the Highlander Lounge.
Also Tuesday, the Royale is hosting a Resume Clinic and Access Health Care Clinic from 2 to 5 PM.
Also Tuesday, the Literacy for Social Justice Group is hosting an educational forum on “Developing a Report Card on Education: Obama’s First 100 days” at the Carpenter Branch Library, 3309 South Grand Blvd. Find out more at this link.
Also Tuesday, Health Care for America Now is hosting a Training and Informational meeting on Health Care Reform, likely to be one of the most important political fights of our lifetime. The training is at the SEIU Building on 5585 Pershing from 6:30 to 7:30, and you can RSVP here.
Wednesday, February 25, from 7 to 8:30 PM, Keep a Child Alive at SLU is hosting the premier of “Alicia in Africa,” a documentary about Alicia Keys’ tour to see the effects of HIV and AIDS. The movie will be at the Busch Student Center.
Thursday, Feb. 26th, If someone holds a drinking event in the city, and Vanessa Carroll isn’t there, can that event legitimately be called “Drinking Liberally?” This is just one of the many things you can discuss at this months Drinking LIberally St. Louis City. The event is from 6 to 11 PM at The Church Key, 4127 Manchester.
Thursday is also the opening night for “A Song for Coretta,” a play about five fictional African-American women waiting to pay their respects to Mrs. Coretta Scott King. Get more details at the facebook page.
Also Thursday, the WashU College Democrats and the Pride Alliance are hosting Roy Zimmerman. He’ll be performing at the Gargoyle from 10 to 11 pm, and you can find out more here.
Friday, February 27, from 6 to 8 PM, the American Indian Student Association and the Environmental Social Work Initiative at WashU are hosting “Homeland:Four Portraits of Native Action.” The event is in the Goldfarb Commons of the Brown School of Social Work. 3
Also Friday, The St. Louis Open Studio and Gallery is holding a POP Trivia Night Fundraiser at the Mad Art Gallery (2727 S. 12th street) from 6 to 11 PM. Find out more at this link.
Friday is also the WashU Pride Alliance’s annual drag show at the Gargoyle from 7 to 10 PM.
Friday through Sunday is the Webster University edition of the Vagina Monologues. The Friday and Saturday shows are at 8 PM at Stage III of Webster Hall, and the Sunday show is at 2 PM. Proceeds benefit Women and Girls of the Democrat Republican of Congo. Find out more here.
Also Friday, LiveFeed, a group dedicated to fighting hunger, is hosting the final performance by Dean Henry Biggs and Headmess. The show is at the 560 Music Building at 560 Delmar, and starts at 8 PM. RSVP at this link.
Saturday, February 28 at 1 PM. Check out a Youth Performance of Dr. King’s message at the Vaughn Cultural Center, 3701 Grandel.
Also Saturday, from 7 to 10 PM, if you didn’t get your fill of trivia yet, check out the Discovering Options Trivia Night at the Carpenter’s Hall at 1401 Hampton. Discovering options provides at-risk students with supportive and life-enriching programs to prevent drug-abuse.
Sunday, March 1, from 3 to 5 PM at the Schlafly Tap Room, is the Annual Meeting for the Missouri Coalition for the Environment. The featured speaker will be Nancy Jackson, the executive director of the Climate and Energy Project. RSVP at this link.
Have a fun and meaningful week!