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9:00 am BART Board : Stopping Harrassment, Protecting Immigrants
BART Board : Stopping Harrassment, Protecting Immigrants
Jun 22 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am
The BART Board will vote on on a proposal to rescind the ordinance that would have BART police ticket people who take up more than one BART seat. BART has limited police resources, and police should be focusing on serious crimes. This ordinance would increase BART delays, 17% of which are already caused by police interactions. And according to the BART Police Officers Association, this ordinance would likely target homeless people and increase use of force incidents. BART should not criminalize etiquette violations. Instead Bart Board Chair Saltzman will be … Continued
9:00 am Sanctuary Transit – Keep Immigrants Safe On BART @ BART Boardroom, 20th Street Mall, Third Floor
Sanctuary Transit – Keep Immigrants Safe On BART @ BART Boardroom, 20th Street Mall, Third Floor
Jun 22 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) Board of Directors Meeting.  Agenda. Directions: The BART Board Meeting Room is entered on Webster Street between 20th and 21st, to the north of the large CVS store at 20th and Webster. BART will be considering newly-elected BART rep Lateefah Simon’s proposal for “sanctuary transit” i.e instructions to BART’s police department to not cooperate with immigration enforcement activities on the Bay Area’s rail system and to ensure unfettered travel to and from work, family and leisure for all residents regardless of status. Op-Ed in the … Continued
6:30 pm No walls, no borders in the peoples struggles @ Workers World
No walls, no borders in the peoples struggles @ Workers World
Jun 22 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Trans Power! Queer Power! Im/Migrant & Worker Power! IN THE SPIRIT OF STONEWALL, LETS UNITE TO SMASH OPPRESSION! Teresa Gutierrez, lesbian Im/Migrant rights socialist activist, presenting: “No walls, no borders in the peoples struggles” Teresa is a member of the national Secretariat of Workers World Party and National Director, International Action Center Latin-America/Caribbean and Immigration Projects. For many years, she was also the Coordinator of the NYC May 1st Coalition. In 2004, she ran for Vice-President on the Workers World Party ticket. Note that location may change, watch this space … Continued
7:00 pm Film Screening: From the Ashes – the legacy of the coal industry and its future @ La Pena Cultural Center
Film Screening: From the Ashes – the legacy of the coal industry and its future @ La Pena Cultural Center
Jun 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
No Coal in Oakland is hosting a free screening of a new National Geographic documentary about coal, From the Ashes. Join us to watch this film together in community.  We will also share any updates about the coal campaign in Oakland and talk more generally about the struggle for environmental and climate justice as we resist the new administration in Washington. You can see a trailer for the film at https://vimeo.com/user21699071/review/212647120/507d57d428 From the Ashes captures Americans in communities across the country as they wrestle with the legacy of the coal industry … Continued