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1:00 pm No New Alameda County “Mental Health” Jail Mobilization @ Alameda County Administration Bldg
No New Alameda County “Mental Health” Jail Mobilization @ Alameda County Administration Bldg
Oct 8 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
After all of the pressure from the community, Sheriff Ahern will finally be presenting about his secret jail plan at the Public Protection meeting next Thursday. We want you to join us and our allies as we flood the room to demand more answers to our questions: Will there be new jail beds? Why a mental health unit in the jail, instead of more services in the community? What better alternatives to incarceration could this money be spent on? We hope to see you! Stand with us and our allies … Continued
6:00 pm Public Hearing on Coal Exports Debrief. @ California Nurses Association
Public Hearing on Coal Exports Debrief. @ California Nurses Association
Oct 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Dear Oakland Coal Fighters and Allies, Thank you so much for attending the Public Hearing on Coal Exports on September 21st and/or sending in comments to the Oakland City Council on this issue. We are hosting a community debrief to get feedback about our organizing and talk about next steps of the campaign for a Coal Free Oakland. What: Community debrief of the No Coal in Oakland campaign’s participation in the Oakland city council public hearing on September 21st. Who: Anyone who attended the public hearing or is interested in helping us … Continued
7:00 pm Film: They Were Promised the Sea @ Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists’ Hall
Film: They Were Promised the Sea @ Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists’ Hall
Oct 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
“They Were Promised the Sea” is an Award-winning documentary by Kathy Wanza that tells the story of the 1960s exodus that virtually emptied Morocco of its Jewish population. A visually beautiful and musically rich film that explores loss and longing, it also exposes the political manipulation that resulted in the breaking up of communities that had been living together for 2,000 years. Sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Ctee as part of our Conscientious Projector series. Wheelchair accessible.59627