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6:30 pm Low-Wage Capitalism Bookgroup/Class. @ Workers World Offices, Oakland (ring buzzer for #411 to get in)
Low-Wage Capitalism Bookgroup/Class. @ Workers World Offices, Oakland (ring buzzer for #411 to get in)
Nov 6 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
What the new globalized, high-tech imperialism means for the class struggle in the U.S. http://www.lowwagecapitalism.com/ 3rd in series of three classes – if you’d like a copy of the book to read in advance of the class, please message Terri Kay to work out getting a copy to you. We will cover section 3 of 3 this week. If you missed session 1 or 2, no worries, you’ll be able to follow the discussion with no problem. Snacks will be served – wheelchair accessible Facebook event & RSVP.53626
3:00 am Save the Berkeley Post Office! Pack the Meeting! @ North Berkeley Senior Center
Save the Berkeley Post Office! Pack the Meeting! @ North Berkeley Senior Center
Nov 7 @ 3:00 am – 5:00 am
Support the Zoning Overlay WE MUST AGAIN PACK THE PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING Zone for the Community, not the Developers We need you to speak or be a supportive audience member. SAVE THE BERKELEY POST OFFICE! Over 75 people came to the last Planning Commission meeting–60 spoke FOR the Zoning Overlay and only 3 spoke for the developers. At this next meeting, the Commission will finalize its recommendation to the City Council. WE MUST AGAIN BE THERE TO SPEAK FOR THE ZONING OVERLAY! Berkeley’s Planning Commission and City Council propose … Continued
3:00 am What’s That Stench??? Rude Crude Threatens our Bay!!! @ Berkeley Ecology Center
What’s That Stench??? Rude Crude Threatens our Bay!!! @ Berkeley Ecology Center
Nov 7 @ 3:00 am – 5:00 am
As we step up a concerted transition to alternative energy, Big Oil lurches towards its last gasp: exponential development of fossil fuel infrastructure at West Coast ports for transport, storage, refining and shipping to Asian markets. The WesPac Pittsburg Energy Infrastructure Project would transform Pittsburg (a dormant industrial, residential area in our Northern San Francisco Bay) into a major crude oil receiving, storage and shipping facility. WesPac develops, constructs, owns and operates infrastructure throughout North America for petroleum products handling, and Pittsburg is the next target for modernization and reactivation … Continued