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6:30 pm The Prisoner-led Movement to End Solitary Confinement Continues! @ State Capitol
The Prisoner-led Movement to End Solitary Confinement Continues! @ State Capitol
Oct 9 @ 6:30 pm – Oct 10 @ 12:00 am
All Out to Sacramento Wednesday October 9! 11:30 am: Opening Rally 1:00-3:30 pm: California Public Safety Hearings on Solitary Confinement & Human Rights 4:00 pm: Closing Rally During their historic 60-day hunger strike, California prisoners were able to endure incredible violence from prison administrators and garner international support for their cause. As a result, on October 9, California’s Public Safety Committee will hold the first of several promised hearings to address and take action around solitary confinement and human rights abuses in California prisons. Former prisoners, loved ones, lawyers, experts … Continued
11:00 pm Support Richmond eminent domain Wednesday October 9 @ Oakland City Hall/Oscar Grant Plaza
Support Richmond eminent domain Wednesday October 9 @ Oakland City Hall/Oscar Grant Plaza
Oct 9 @ 11:00 pm – Oct 10 @ 12:30 am
Support Richmond eminent domain Wednesday October 9 Join the demonstration in Oakland to support the Richmond local principal reduction program, called by ACCE/Home Defenders League with the endorsement of Strike Debt Bay Area.  Richmond has offered to restore financial stability to hundreds of homeowners by buying their distressed mortgages and negotiating new loans at fair market value–or seizing the mortgages by eminent domain if necessary.  The banks holding these mortgages ignored the offers, Wells Fargo and other banks filed a law suit (dismissed for the time being) and Wall Street withheld purchasing a city bond.  … Continued
11:00 pm The Egyptian Crisis: A Personal Account and a Report Back. @ 120 Latimer Hall
The Egyptian Crisis: A Personal Account and a Report Back. @ 120 Latimer Hall
Oct 9 @ 11:00 pm – Oct 10 @ 12:30 am
Almost three years have passed since the events that led to the ousting of Hosni Mubarak after 30 years of autocratic rule. In her talk, Shimaa Helmy, a young human rights activist, will give a first-hand account of the unfolding crisis in Egypt, the state of human rights and media activists, and will offer some insight into what is next for Egypt. The event is hosted by: HASS Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society. Event cosponsors: Center for African Studies and Center for Middle Eastern Studies at UC Berkeley … Continued
6:30 pm Low Wage Capitalism by Fred Goldstein: A Class. @ Workers World Offices, Oakland
Low Wage Capitalism by Fred Goldstein: A Class. @ Workers World Offices, Oakland
Oct 9 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
What the new globalized, high-tech imperialism means for the class struggle in the U.S. Facebook event & RSVP.52891