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Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace may not be out in force for our Monday evening peace vigils (although at least some of us have continued to vigil on Mondays), but we can take this opportunity to magnify the message with these lawn signs currently being printed. Printed on them is the important message: “Healthcare not Warfare.” To make up the printing costs we are asking for a $10 donation. If you would like a sign, please send an email to: and we will either deliver to you, or you can pick up from 201 Kenwood Avenue, Delmar. Help with deliveries would also be much appreciated.


Thursday, April 30, 7:00 PM, Join the webinar: Capital District goes to the border to support immigrants. During this period of physical distancing, Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace has moved on-line with the monthly forums and films that we would usually have at the Bethlehem Library.
This month our program will be a report back from 3 people from the Capital District who were part of a delegation to the Mexico border to support migrants who are being denied entry into the US. The Capital District Border Watch Committee. To be part of this webinar, you need to register at this link.  

When you register with this link, you will receive an email telling you how to get onto the webinar from your computer or phone. The three speakers will be Peggy Kaufman, Gail Golderman and Steve Converse. There will be opportunities for questions at the end of the presentation. Please join us. Information: Joe Lombardo 518-281-1968


Friday, May 1, 4:00 PM,Lincoln Park,Albany. Join the May Day Car Caravan Bring a sign for your car, if possible. Since 1999 the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District has taken the lead in organizing a May Day celebration. Many other groups have actively supported this action and this year is no different, except for one thing – A CAR CARAVAN. Given the danger of COVID-19, a car caravan will take place with signs and loud speakers on FRIDAY, MAY 1 at 4 pm. Cars will gather in Lincoln Park, just past the Governor’s mansion and proceed past the Capital, the Albany VA, Albany Medical Center and St. Peter’s Hospital. Celebrant’s will be highlighting health and safety concerns as well as on-going labor issues, environmental, educational, immigration, housing, voting rights, criminal justice, anti-war and anti-nuclear, and the future of the 99 percent. Join us on this international worker’s holiday.





Monday, October 29, 2018, BNP Vigil: “STOP THE HATE” , at the Four Corners, intersection of Kenwood and Delaware Aves. in Delmar

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