Tuesday 5-6pm Black Panther Gerald Smith on History of Black Panthers
Wed. 3-5pm Surving Radical Demos with Mike E and Melissa from the radical martial arts dojo, Suigetsukan in Oakland
4-6 Black Panther members David Hilliard, Elder Freeman and others.
Thurs. 5pm Larry Everest, Author of Oil, Power and Empire, on Anti-Capitalism
6pm Speakers on Gang Injunctions
4pm Labor History- conflict in Appalachia
5pm Ken Knabb on his article Awakening in America
6pm Student speak out
6:30 Andrej Grubacic on Post-colonialism and Anarchism
9am-5pm Radical Trainings:
9am-noon Making It Personal: Understanding the Violence of the Status Quo: In this workshop, we’ll connect our personal suffering (often understood as “merely”’ psychological) with social trauma connected to systemic violence. We’ll also fan out and listen to as many people at the protest as we can, and then come together to share what we heard.
1-3:30pm Nonviolence Training: This workshop is for those who, understanding the violence of the status quo, are interested in interrupting that violence with nonviolence. We’ll discuss what we can learn from past movements and how it might be applied to these circumstances.
4-5:30pm Loving Our Enemies: We will gather to do a loving-kindness meditation for everyone in the 99%, and then, if we can, extend it to the 1% and to the police in the area.
2pm Indigenous Grandmothers speak