Corning Food Not Bombs

Corning Food Not Bombs We serve vegan meals bi-weekly in the dining hall of first baptist church of painted post. Please join us, all are welcolme to a free dinner!


Hey all! Serving tacos tonight in Hodgman Park located on West Water st under the pavilion in painted post ny. We will be there from 6-8pm. Look forward to seeing you there!


Hey all! Our next meal will be Monday the 22nd from 6-8pm at Hodgman Park located on West Water st under the pavilion. Hope to see everyone there! As always please feel free to share this post and invite your friends, neighbors, and family. All are welcolme!


Our next meal is tomorrow! (Monday May 8th) we will be serving in Hodgman park in painted post on water st from 6-8pm. Everyone is welcolme!


Hey all! This months free meals will be served on Monday May 8th and Monday May 22nd in Hodgman Park under the pavilion hope to see everyone there!


Tonight's meal (Monday the 17th) will be held in Hodgeman Park 6-8pm under the pavilion in painted post ny. Hope to see everyone there!


Hey all! The next meal will be Monday the 17th, location to be determined, we are trying to find somewhere with decent foot traffic to serve more folks. Check back in a few days. Hope everyone has a good weekend!


Hey folks! Last minute decision: we will be serving outdoors tonight at Denison Park under the big pavilion by the pool. Happy spring and hope to see you all there for a big bowl of hearty potato soup!


Hey all! Dates for meals this coming month will be April 3rd and April 17th. Mark your calender and stay tuned for location as it might be warm enough to meet in a park :)


What's on the menu tonight? Corn chowda! Don't forget to come out and invite your friends! We're using the biggest pot available tonight :)


Hey folks! Beat the Monday blues by enjoying a free meal this Monday the 20th! 6-8pm at first baptist church of painted post located at 130 w water st painted post, ny. This may be the last indoor dinner, we're hoping weather improves and we can all share a meal at the park next time!


Hey folks thanks joining us last night for dinner! Our next meal will be Monday, March 20th 6-8 pm please spread word and thank you again!


Hey everyone! This is a relatively new chapter and we need your help getting the word out! Please share this page and invite your friends, family, and neighbors to meals. Hope to see you all on Monday and have a great week!


Our next meal will be Monday, March 6 from 6-8 pm. We still indoors at church this week.


130 W Water St
Painted Post, NY


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Global Day of Action in Solidarity with Food Not Bombs Drug War Victims Saturday, November 17, 2018 Let your community know about the horrors of Philippines’ president Rodrigo Duterte’s Drug Wars Organize an action in your community or outside the Philippine Embassy or Consulate in your area. Contact the local media. Invite other organizations to participate. Make banners and signs. Share photos of your action on line. Our solidarity protest action will be on November 17, 2018. We call on all the local chapters Food Not Bombs collectives on Luzon Island to participate. We also call for the Global Day of action by all Food Not Bombs groups throughout the world. As most of you probably heard, Philippines’ president Rodrigo Duterte, who assumed office in July 2016, had launched the “Philippine Drug War” known also as “Operation Double Barrel”. The disgraceful campaign aims at “the neutralization of illegal drug personalities nationwide”. The policy gave a green light to cops to routinely execute drug suspects and then plant guns and drugs on them. What’s more, there is evidence that the police is using hospitals to hide their killings. Duterte also urged the citizens of Philippines to lynch suspected drug addicts and criminals. This Summer, 2018, four Food Not Bombs volunteers have been killed, and one has been framed for drug possession and is in jail awaiting trial. The families and friends of the victims believe that both the murders and the arrest are the result of Duterte’s war on drugs. The four murdered activists are: Chris Jose Eleazar (aka Mokiam) Food Not Bombs Bukidnon/Davao volunteer Born: Nov.17, 1990 Killed: Sept. 15, 2018 Jan Ray Patindol (aka Pating) Food Not Bombs Davao volunteer Born: January 2, 1989 Killed: Sep.15,2018 Jessie Villanueva De Guzman Food Not Bombs Baliwag Volunteer Born: June 2,1990 Killed: July 6, 2018 Patrick Paul Pile Food Not Bombs Baliwag Volunteer Born: December 10, 1988 Killed: July 23,2018 Chris Jose Eleazar and Jan Ray Patindol were tortured and killed during a police raid on the home of a Food Not Bombs volunteer on in September 2018. Their bodies were covered with cigarette burns and bruises. The police claim that they “fought back”, however, the victims’ friends said the two did not resist and that the wounds on their bodies indicated that the two young men were tortured. Jessie Villanueva De Guzman and Patrick Paul Pile were murdered in separate incidents in July 2018. They were very active members of Food Not Bombs Baliwag. Both made their living as night-time tricycle drivers. Jessie was killed by the police in Baliwag, Bulacan. A week after his murder, Patrick took a passenger on his tricycle. At the end of the agreed route, a group of police were waiting. Patrick was killed by one gunshot to his back. He is one of many tricycle riders killed in a similar way. In all four cases, the police claimed that the victims were killed during “legitimate operations” and that they resisted arrest and “fought back. In August 2018 in the municipality of Bantayan, Cebu, a Food Not Bombs volunteer Marco was arrested and is awaiting trial after apparently being framed for drug possession. Marco is a long-standing activist: he initiated the Food Not Bombs project in Bantayan. He is enduring hellish conditions in prison. Despite of the political situation in the country, his supporters would like to do anything it takes for Marco to get a fair trial in what they know first hand is a corrupt state. In a crowdfunder website created to help Marco fight his charges, Food not Bombs organizer Chris writes: “A kind person called Marco (Cram) who I met on a quiet island called Bantayan to the north of Cebu was arrested in early August for allegedly using and selling drugs. During this arrest, a packet was planted on him. He is innocent of the charges. It seems that he was set-up and if left unaided will become just another jail statistic.” Human rights organizations estimate that up to date, Operation Double Barrel lead to the death of more than 12 thousand people. In the first year, the victims included 54 children. Lawyers who defended drug suspects have also been targeted. The Amnesty International report from January 2017 details “how the police have systematically targeted mostly poor and defenseless people across the country while planting ‘evidence’, recruiting paid killers, stealing from the people they kill and fabricating official incident reports.” In the report, AI expressed deep concern “that the deliberate, widespread and systematic killings of alleged drug offenders, which appear to be planned and organized by the authorities, may constitute crimes against humanity under international law.” Global Day of Action in Solidarity with Food Not Bombs Drug War Victims Philippines’ War on Drugs: four Food Not Bombs volunteers murdered, one in jail You can support Marco’s campaign here. Philippine Embassies and Consulates Abroad