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7:00 pm Javier Arbona on the Architecture of Surveillance @ Gallery of California History, Oakland Museum
Javier Arbona on the Architecture of Surveillance @ Gallery of California History, Oakland Museum
Nov 21 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Pop-up Talk: Javier Arbona on the Architecture of Surveillance Join geographer and artist Javier Arbona for a brief talk in the Gallery of California History. Arbona will discuss infrastructure and surveillance in the port city of Oakland. Using a foreboding downtown telecommunications building as jumping-off point, he will make connections between the long history of the telegraph in Oakland and state surveillance in our midst today. This in-Gallery pop-up talk takes place during Friday Nights @ OMCA, featuring Off the Grid food trucks, live music, and more. Included with Museum admission. … Continued
7:00 pm STATE V. REED: An Award Winning Documentary About an Innocent Man on Death Row @ Sundiata Bookstore
STATE V. REED: An Award Winning Documentary About an Innocent Man on Death Row @ Sundiata Bookstore
Nov 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
 A documentary about Rodney Reed – an innocent man the State of Texas is preparing to “legally” lynch by execution on January 14th, 2015. #Justice4Rodney Campaign to End the Death Penalty.57336
9:00 pm Free Occupy the Farm Screening at Wheeler Hall @ Wheeler Auditorium, Wheeler Hall
Free Occupy the Farm Screening at Wheeler Hall @ Wheeler Auditorium, Wheeler Hall
Nov 21 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
An inspiration film about the recent occupation of UC Berkeley land that saved 10 acres from the clutches of privatization. This film is still in theaters but we are hosting a FREE SCREENING in the Open University in Wheeler Hall! http://occupythefarmfilm.com/ OCCUPY THE FARM tells the inspiring story of a community taking direct action to create a healthier and more just food system and question the stewardship of a precious resource: publicly owned urban farmland. 200 farmers occupy a last piece of farmland in California’s urban East Bay, plant 15,000 … Continued