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10:00 am The Resistance Begins – Take Action Against Federal Cuts to Health Care!
The Resistance Begins – Take Action Against Federal Cuts to Health Care!
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Rally. Hear from seniors, people with disabilities and families who would be affected by repeal of the ACA and cuts to Medicaid. Then Come to the Health Care Action Center 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM Lighthouse for the Blind, 1155 Market St., 10th Fl, San Francisco or Noon – 2:00 PM, Movement Strategy Center, 436 14th St., Oakland Drop in to learn about ACA repeal and proposed Medicaid cuts, call member of Congress, share on social media, and make your voice heard. Coordinated by Senior & Disability Action, Hand … Continued
6:00 pm Public Meeting: What Strategy Can Defeat Trump? @ Oakstop
Public Meeting: What Strategy Can Defeat Trump? @ Oakstop
Jan 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Donald Trump is on a collision course with millions of people. He’s threatened to deport 2-3 million immigrants and to target Muslim immigrants for “extreme vetting.” Women’s reproductive health, democratic rights, and workers rights are all under threat. People are understandably afraid. But also, huge numbers of people are prepared to resist. Trump’s agenda of hate and greed can be defeated by a strong enough movement centered on the social power of working people. Let’s not forget that previous generations have faced down and defeated war-mongers, hate-mongers, slave-owners, and billionaires, … Continued
6:30 pm Oakland Livable Wage Assembly meeting @ SEIU Local 1000 Union Hall
Oakland Livable Wage Assembly meeting @ SEIU Local 1000 Union Hall
Jan 24 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us to fight for a livable wage for all Bay Area workers! We collaborate in principled reflection and action on what the Bay Area livable wage would be and where we are at on the right to a livable wage. The Oakland Livable Wage Assembly builds Community and Power among those who seek higher wages and better work life conditions for area workers. Our work together encompasses: (1) The concerns of precarious, care and contingent workers, (2) Campaigns to improve wages for low wage workers, and (3) Efforts by … Continued