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12:00 pm Rally against PG&E’s attack on solar in CA @ Outside PG&E Headquarters
Rally against PG&E’s attack on solar in CA @ Outside PG&E Headquarters
Oct 14 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Wednesday: Rally in SF against Pacific Gas & Electric’s attack on solar in CA Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) is leading an attack on rooftop solar in California. Join a rally outside of PG&E’s headquarters in San Francisco and speak out against this dirty attack on clean energy. Rooftop solar is booming in California. So utilities are trying to kill it, with a brazen attack that would make it harder for Californians to generate their own clean solar power.1 By the end of this year, the California Public Utilities Commission … Continued
6:30 pm Film: Bitter Lake, Part II @ Humanist Hall
Film: Bitter Lake, Part II @ Humanist Hall
Oct 14 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
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6:30 pm Oakland Livable Wage Assembly meeting @ SEIU Local 1000 Union Hall
Oakland Livable Wage Assembly meeting @ SEIU Local 1000 Union Hall
Oct 14 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Oakland Livable Wage Assembly meeting @ SEIU Local 1000 Union Hall | Oakland | California | United States
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
7:00 pm Stop Urban Shield @ South Berkeley Senior Center
Stop Urban Shield @ South Berkeley Senior Center
Oct 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The question of Berkeley police’s relationship with UASI has been moved from a Police Review Commission subcommittee to the full commission The question before the PRC is not whether to abrogate the BPD-UASI  relationship, but whether to add a rider calling on the city council to halt BPD participation in UASI-funded Urban Shield. As several of the commissioners expressed that they did not know enough about Urban Shield to take a position on it, an extra week is being taken for them to familiarize themselves with the issue. You can … Continued