September 11
9/11:  Reality or Illusion?
Meeting # 3,633 - James Fetzer
​Speaker cofounded Scholars for 9/11 Truth in 2005, and claims that elements in the United States government and intelligence community were responsible for the September 11th attacks. Fetzer asserts that no commercial planes or hijackers were involved at any of the attack locations, that Flight 93 did not exist, and that guided missiles and/or explosives were instead used to destroy the buildings and create the appearance of a plane crash in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. 
September 25
The Story Cycle – Americans in a Pandemic – Bicycling Route 66 Chicago to LA Collecting Covid Stories
Meeting # 3,635 -  Author  Michael Sean Comerford
Speaker states that:  "Yes! I bicycled 2,500 miles this year from snowy Chicago during the height of the pandemic in February and arrived 8 states later on Santa Monica Pier, in California. 

I asked more than 100 people Covid questions and tried to make the responses short – 5 minutes was perfect. Their views are AMAZING!

I’m aiming to finish a book by summer’s end. I’m seeking backers for a documentary."

Check out the YouTube page — Google “The Story Cycle and Comerford” or CLICK http://ow.ly/vKTk50F4Zlz

September 18
Green America
Focus:  Climate and clean energy, Sustainable food and agriculture, Responsible investing, Fair labor
Meeting # 3,634 - Todd Larsen, Executive Co-Director for Consumer & Corporate Engagement

Green America is a national, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, membership organization founded in 1982.
We went by the name "Co-op America" until January 1, 2009.

Our Mission
Green America harnesses economic power—the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace—to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.

Our Vision
We work for a world where all people have enough, where all communities are healthy and safe, and where the abundance of the Earth is preserved for all the generations to come.

Focus
We focus on these four areas for system transformation, insisting on social justice and environmental health across all sectors. We believe if we can get these right, the rest of the economy will follow:

Climate and clean energy
Sustainable food and agriculture
Responsible investing
Fair labor

September 4
Special Labor Day Speaker
Our Accomplishments and Challenges – Past to Present
Meeting # 3,632 - Mark Burrows
Mark Burrows is a retired locomotive engineer, having worked 37 years in the industry. He served as delegate, representing Local #1433 of SMART-TD (formerly United Transportation Union) at its 2011 and 2014 International Conventions. For over 10 years he has been active in Railroad Workers United (RWU). He has regularly written a commentary for, and has recently taken over publishing RWU’s quarterly newsletter, The Highball.

RWU
RWU is a cross-craft, inter-union caucus of rank & file railroad workers who advocate for unity amongst the 13 rail unions, across North America, in order to more effectively fight for safe working conditions, as well as dignity on and off the job. RWU advocates for solidarity with the labor movement in general, in alliance with activists for social, economic and climate justice. 

Lac Megantic
Speaker has also given public presentations explaining the facts about the Lac Megantic crude oil tank car rail tragedy, in the context of the potential hazards communities continue to face due to unsafe railroad operations