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12:00 pm Stand with our service workers!
Stand with our service workers!
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Join and support the dedicated Social Workers and Eligibility Workers who provide services to the homeless, victims of child and elder abuse, and families in need of food assistance. They are fighting to make sure they have the safety, resources and staffing to do their jobs. The County’s failure to recruit and retain staff puts crucial public assistance programs at risk. Workers who have spoken out on have been targeted and threatened by County management. Contra Costa has one of the lowest salary and benefit packages in the Bay Area, … Continued
2:00 pm Autonomous Worker Organizing and Organized Labor: A Lecture. @ Wildavsky Conference Room, Center for Research on Social Change
Autonomous Worker Organizing and Organized Labor: A Lecture. @ Wildavsky Conference Room, Center for Research on Social Change
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Only 11% of United States workers today are unionized. Unions under our labor law regime and economic system have become smaller for almost a half century. Thus wages have stagnated or declined for the 89% of U.S. workers who are now not in unions and, for the unionized, they have barely kept pace with inflation. If greater union density improves wages and work life conditions for all workers: (1) how do we grow actually existing unions, and (2) how do we organize workers who are not unionized? The Oakland Livable … Continued
4:30 pm INTERNATIONAL DAY IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF HAITI @ Oscar Grant Plaza
INTERNATIONAL DAY IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF HAITI @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Sep 30 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Join Haiti Action Committee to commemorate the 25th anniversary of a coup that continues to inform the present struggle of the Haitian people for democracy and justice. SEPTEMBER 30th – 4:30 PM DEMONSTRATION meets at 14th & Broadway in Oakland OCTOBER 2nd – 3PM EVENT at Eastside Arts, 2277 International Blvd, Oakland Why is it important to remember September 30, 1991? It is a battle of memory against forgetfulness, because we think that we cannot build the democracy we want for this country if we continue to erase what happened. … Continued
7:30 pm Tracy Kidder: A Truck Full of Money @ First Congregational Church
Tracy Kidder: A Truck Full of Money @ First Congregational Church
Sep 30 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Tracy Kidder, master of the nonfiction narrative and author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic The Soul of the New Machine and the bestselling Mountains Beyond Mountains, presents the inspiring story of Kayak.com founder Paul English, a kinetic, unconventional inventor and entrepreneur. Growing up in working-class Boston, Paul English discovers the perfect medium for his talents the first time he sees a computer. Despite suffering from what is later diagnosed as bipolar disorder, he begins his pilgrim journey through the surreal ups and downs of our brave new world. Relating to … Continued
8:00 pm Colorstruck! @ Laney College Theater, Laney College
Colorstruck! @ Laney College Theater, Laney College
Sep 30 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
COLORSTRUCK! Written and performed by Donald E. Lacy Jr., BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND…. COLORSTRUCK! Written and performed by Donald E. Lacy Jr. In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party. 61645