APTP Mental Health First Training (in-person) @ Location will be shared upon registration
Jun 18 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

This Saturday we will have an MH First Training open to ALL community members…

Register for MH First Training

APTP’s MH First (MH1) is Oakland’s first and only non 9-1-1 crisis response line for mental health, substance use and domestic violence and is available from 8 pm to 8 am, Fridays & Saturdays, covering the hours when traditional mental health hotlines are closed.

A mental health crisis should not be a death sentence.

We are hosting our first in-person training in a minute! Join us to build alternatives to police together!

Join us this Saturday, June 18 for an outdoor, in-person MH First Training open to ALL community members in Oakland who want to volunteer within the next 3 months!

Where: East Oakland � Location will be shared upon registration

Accessibility: This is a 7 hour training in person with no virtual option. We will provide materials for you to access in advanced if needed. Breaks will be provided. Lunch will also be provided for all participants. Please include any accessibility needs in the registration form.

*Participants will be required to wear a mask throughout the training, except when eating lunch, and will be socially distanced from each other.*
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We deserve community crisis response that doesn’t harm us and instead honors our lives.

Alameda County Budget 101 Training presented by the Care First Community Coalition.   @ Online
Jun 18 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Come to our annual Alameda County Budget 101 Training presented by the Care First Community Coalition.
You’re invited to the annual Alameda County Budget 101 Training presented by Restore Oakland, American Friends Service Committee & the Care First Community Coalition

This will be a zoom webinar, registration is required.

In this training, we will provide you with fundamental tools to demystify the county budget process and who the decisionmakers are. You’ll also learn about Care First Community Coalition‘s budget demands that are being made by incarcerated folks, their loved ones, service providers, and advocates.

That is a budget which divests from incarceration, and invests in mental health and housing resources that truly make our community safe.

Our goal is to empower Alameda County residents to make a Care First budget a reality.


Strike Debt Bay Area Book Group: A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things @ Online
Jun 18 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Email a few days beforehand for the the online invite.

For May, 2022 we’re reading the first four chapters of A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things. A Guide to Capitalism, Nature, And the Future of the Planet, by Raj Patel and Jason W Moore. UC Press, Amazon

For June, 2022, we’ll be finishing the above book.

All are welcome!

“Nature, money, work, care, food, energy, and lives: these are the seven things that have made our world and will shape its future. In making these things cheap, modern commerce has transformed, governed, and devastated Earth. In A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things, Raj Patel and Jason W. Moore present a new approach to analyzing today’s planetary emergencies.

Bringing the latest ecological research together with histories of colonialism, indigenous struggles, slave revolts, and other rebellions and uprisings, Patel and Moore demonstrate that throughout history, crises have always prompted fresh strategies to make the world cheap and safe for capitalism. At a time of crisis in all seven cheap things, innovative and systemic thinking is urgently required. This book proposes a radical new way of understanding—and reclaiming—the planet in the turbulent twenty-first century.”

Strike Debt Bay Area hosts this non-technical book group discussion monthly on new and radical economic thinking. Previous readings have included Doughnut EconomicsLimitsBanking on the PeopleCapital and Its Discontents, How to Be an Anti-Capitalist in the 21st Century, The Deficit Myth,  Revenge Capitalism, the Edge of Chaos blog symposium , Re-enchanting the World: Feminism and the Politics of the Commons, The Optimist’s TelescopeMission Economy: A Moonshot Guide to Changing Capitalism, Exploring Degrowth, The Origin of Wealth, Mine! and The Dawn of Everything.

Roe v. Wade to be abolished?
Jun 19 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

That’s the intent of the pending Supreme Court decision, a draft copy of which has already been leaked to the media. This will be a human rights disaster for women. On May 11,2022  the U.S. Senate voted down the Women’s Health Protection Act 49 to 51. The WHPA would have made abortion legal, eliminating the role of the Supreme Court on the issue of abortion and nullifying the pending Supreme Court decision,  How do we fight back against this grossly undemocratic decision? We certainly can’t trust the Democratic Party leadership.

Our speaker is Rosa Astra, an Oakland-based militant journalist, community organizer, and activist with the ANSWER coalition.


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Hold Biden to his Climate Promises! Film Premier @ Online
Jun 20 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Catch the premier of this new short film from the People vs Fossil Fuels coalition. Dear President Bidena new documentary film by Jon Bowermaster,  shares the stories of leaders from the People vs. Fossil Fuels coalition and the fossil fuel resistance movement who are fighting to protect communities, water, and public health.

Online. Register here

The screening of this 35-minute short film will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, and the organizers and climate activists featured in the film. The discussion will also share ways to get involved and hold President Biden accountable to his climate promises, as well as information on how to host your own screening.


  • Carolyn Raffensperger, Science & Environmental Health Network (Iowa)
  • *Fermin Morales, Philly Boricuas (Pennsylvania)
  • *Jean Su, Center for Biological Diversity
  • *Jessica Wiskus (Iowa)
  • *John Beard, Port Arthur Community Action Network (Texas).
  • *Joye Braun, Indigenous Environmental Network (Cheyenne River Sioux)
  • *Kate Delany, Food & Water Watch (New Jersey
  • Peter Kalmus, climate scientist and writer
  • *Russell Chisholm, Protect Our Water, Heritage and Rights (Virginia)
  • *Sandra Steingraber, Science & Environmental Health Network, Concerned Health Professionals of New York
  • Sharon Levigne, Rise St. James (Louisiana)
  • Wenonah Hauter, Food & Water Watch


World Refugee Day: Conversation on Helping Ukraine’s Refugees Fleeing War (hybrid event) @ Online & Commonwealth Club
Jun 21 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
As we mark World Refugee Day, an international day to honor refugees, we invite you to celebrate the strength and courage of all those forced to flee their homes in Ukraine since
the start of the Russian invasion in February.

In-person: $10 members & $20 nonmembers

Online: $5 members & $10 nonmembers


Multiple organizations and individuals are lending their support to the estimated 6.8 million refugees from Ukraine who have fled to Poland, Romania and throughout the European Union. In addition, there are an estimated 8 million people displaced within the country, all of whom are seeking shelter and safety.

After more than three months of war, this refugee crisis continues unabated, and even if a peace agreement were signed tomorrow, this conflict-driven mass migration will continue to impact millions, not only in Europe but also around the globe.

How can we plan to support the Ukrainian community throughout the crisis and after the war ends as they return, resettle and rebuild?

Join this conversation with leaders from two of the many organizations working with displaced Ukrainian families and learn firsthand about the situation today facing refugees from the war in Ukraine.

Ostap Korkuna is co-chairman of Nova Ukraine, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine and raising awareness about Ukraine in the United States as well as in the rest of the world.

Joy Sisisky is interim CEO of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund here in the Bay Area. She recently spent time traveling to the border between Ukraine and Poland to stand witness at this monumental time in history, provide relief, and welcome Ukrainian Jewish families at the start of their very long journeys.

What is being done to assist the mostly women and children forced to flee their homes, and what can you do to help?

Safety Protocols for in-person attendance:

• We follow best practices laid out by the CDC and state and local guidelines.
• All guests, staff, and volunteers must be fully vaccinated. Guest must show proof of full vaccination with photo I.D.
• Masks are encouraged while indoors (if you do not have one and would like one, inquire at our front desk for a complimentary mask).
• In-person capacity is limited.

Our LEED Gold-certified building is designed to cool with outside air, using digitally controlled moveable windows and large ceiling fans. We are deploying additional HEPA filters inside to scrub the air. This is all in addition to increased cleaning of surfaces throughout the building.

Another Death at Santa Rita: Community Vigil
Jun 22 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Know Your Rights: A Workshop Series. California’s Open Meeting Law. @ Online
Jun 22 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm


In this session, open-government experts will offer an introduction to the Ralph M. Brown Act, California’s main open meetings law. Learn tips for exercising your right to speak out at public meetings so you can raise awareness about injustices and demand answers and actions from public officials. Learn about your rights to make public comment, such as whether you can attend and speak anonymously, and what kind of restrictions government officials can put in place on your ability to speak out and express yourself.

Yippie Girl: Author Reading @ Books, Inc
Jun 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

In 1968, a 24-year-old woman moved to Berkeley, California and immediately became enmeshed in the Youth International Party, aka The Yippies, a recently-formed satirical protest group. In the next few years, Judy Gumbo (a nickname given her by Eldridge Cleaver), was soon at the center of counter-cultural activity—from protests in People’s Park, to meetings at Black Panther headquarters, to running a pig for President at the raucous Democratic National Convention in Chicago, a protest that devolved into violent attacks by the police and arrests that led to the notorious Chicago Conspiracy Trial.

In this insider feminist memoir, Gumbo reveals intimate details of her fellow radicals Jerry Rubin, Nancy Kurshan, Anita & Abbie Hoffman, Eldridge & Kathleen Cleaver, Paul Krassner, Stew Albert, and more, detailing their experiences in radical anti-war protests and her own skirmishes with, and victory over, illegal FBI surveillance.

Yippie Girl explores Gumbo’s life as a protester to show that, while circumstances always change, protesters can stay loyal to the causes they believe in and remain true to themselves. She also reveals how dogmatism, authoritarianism, and interpersonal conflict can damage those same just causes, offering a timeless and strategic guide for activists today protesting against injustice in all its forms.


Praise for Yippie Girl: Exploits in Protest & Defeating the FBI

“We have to get our history right. So young folks can see where we were coming from… And Yippie Girl tells it like it is.”
 Bobby Seale, Founding chairman and national organizer of the Black Panther Party

“Love the writing: VERY live, immediate – this does not feel like ancient history, it’s living and breathing in our lives right now. It’s part of our power, people power.” � Kris Welch, Host, The Talkies, KPFA-FM

“Gumbo delivers a sharp-edged memoir of years of protest and resistance . . . A welcome addition to the literature of radical activism in the age of Johnson, Nixon, and beyond.”  Kirkus Reviews

“The subject JUDY GUMBO is considered to be the most vicious, the most anti-American, the most anti-establishment, and the most dangerous to the internal security of the United States.”  FBI

“Judy Gumbo was and is quite a dame. Her new book is splendid.”
Susan Brownmiller, feminist, activist, author, Against Our Will, Men, Women and Rape

“With the world fractured by orchestrated divisiveness, Yippie Girl is a healing balm.”
�� Meegan Lee Ochs, daughter of Phil Ochs; Artist Relations Manager, ACLU of Southern California

Reproductive Freedom and Privacy @ Online
Jun 23 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Anti-SWEEPstakes Showdown
Jun 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
NO COPS IN PRIDE (or anywhere)

‘Love Will Keep Us Together,’ but only for the state.

Mayor London Breed sweeps houseless queer and trans youth from the Tenderloin just in time for corporate Pride’s open air beer garden. The preparation is a community affair as Urban Alchemy, case managers, and Karen “safety” snitch have rubbed their fingers raw by calling 911. Two million people scamper in to attend San Francisco’s massive LGBTQ+ themed blue lives matter march— a dress rehearsals for death squads. It’s no secret that policing is a sign of fascism, and Supervisor Rafael Mendlemn just can’t get enough. 500 more, 500 more! Meanwhile in the Mission, business owners clear tents to make way for outdoor dining “parklets” that are locked up at night to assure no one can use them for shelter. Breed’s police state won’t be taking Pride weekend off from its “Care Court,” where “care” means torture for those that don’t have the celebrity to fight off their conservatorship. DPW won’t sweep up the Pride afterparty but they will boost your HIV meds if it’s in a tent and SFPD cleans up, if by clean up you mean make off with the COVID money while it’s impossible to find a testing site.

Despite a 2 year hiatus where we tore down colonizer statues, dispossession is still at the heart of rainbow capitalism’s colonial catastrophe. Looting keeps us together~~~<3

Fund CART: Compassionate Alternative Response Team. SF.
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Schools and Labor Against Privatization BBQ (Oakland) @ Parker Liberation
Jun 25 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm


If you are able to contribute to ensure we have enough food please Venmo donations to the handle @slapbayarea . OR if you do not have Venmo but want to donate ahead of time please email Ronan G,

Burn the Page: A True Story of Torching Doubts, Blazing Trails, and Igniting Change @ Online
Jun 26 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Please join KPFA for a very special matinee Zoom Event on when we welcome Delegate Danica Roem and her new book, Burn the Page: A True Story of Torching Doubts, Blazing Trails, and Igniting Change in conversation with Charlie Jane Anders.

“this colorful, no-holds-barredd account of Roem’s life and political work still delights for its unabashed candor. An inspiring story of self-acceptance and determination.”Kirkus Reviews

An inspirational memoir-meets-manifesto by Danica Roem, the nation’s first openly trans person elected to US state legislature.


Danica Roem made national headlines when–as a transgender former frontwoman for a metal band and a political newcomer–she unseated Virginia’s most notoriously anti-LGBTQ 26-year incumbent Bob Marshall as state delegate. But before Danica made history, she had to change her vision of what was possible in her own life. Doing so was a matter of storytelling: during her campaign, Danica hired an opposition researcher to dredge up every story from her past that her opponent might seize on to paint her negatively.

In wildly entertaining prose, Danica dismantles all the stories her opponents tried to hedge against her, showing how through brutal honesty and loving authenticity, it’s possible to embrace the low points, and even transform them into her greatest strengths. Burn the Page takes readers from Danica’s lonely, closeted, and at times operatically tragic childhood to her position as a rising star in a party she’s helped forever change.

Delegate Danica Roem, part of the historic group that flipped Republican seats in the 2017 election, is the first out-and-seated transgender state legislator in American history. Prior to her political career, Roem was a journalist and now serves as a frequent guest on national media. She and her work have been featured in USA Today, People, GQ, The New York Times, Elle, and many others, and was the subject of the GLAAD award-winning documentary This Is How We Win.

Charlie Jane Anders’ books include Victories Greater Than DeathNever Say You Can’t SurviveThe City in the Middle of the Night and All the Birds in the Sky. She’s won the Hugo, Nebula, Sturgeon, Lambda Literary, Crawford and Locus Awards. Her fiction and journalism have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Slate, McSweeney’s, Mother Jones, Wired Magazine, and other places. Her TED Talk, “Go Ahead, Dream About the Future” got 700,000 views in its first week. With Annalee Newitz, she co-hosts the podcast Our Opinions Are Correct.

Socialist Night School: Black Reconstruction in America: The General Strike @ Online
Jun 28 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

“Easily the most dramatic episode in American history was the sudden move to free four million black slaves in an effort to stop a great civil war, to end forty years of bitter controversy, and to appease the moral sense of civilization.”

W.E.B Dubois’ classic book “Black Reconstruction in America” flipped prevailing narratives about Reconstruction on their head. Bringing a materialist analysis of history to the forefront. Dubois analyzes the conditions of the white workers, the north, planters, and slaves before the Civil War and how these conditions led to the war breaking out. In the chapter “The General Strike”, we’ll take a look at how the actions of the slaves in particular solidified the defeat of the Confederacy and their own freedom.

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Home in the Bay | A Reading Series: The Second Event @ Online
Jun 29 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
What does home mean to you?

Aunt Lute Books is pleased to present Home in the Bay, a California-based reading series centering the voices of those impacted by houselessness, gentrification, migration, and colonization. We are partnering with Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, POOR Magazine, Poets Reading the News, Black Freighter Press and the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, organizations doing radical work around our relationships to place and location as well as to each other.

Join us for the next event in the series, a virtual reading featuring talented writers, storytellers, and folklorists ranging from indigenous culture bearers to previously unhoused authors to Bay Area transplants. Our second event is taking place June 29th at 5 pm.

Registration is open for now, so RSVP today here:

Our readers:

Shikha Malaviya
Maw Shein Win
Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu
Raina Leon
Landon Smith
Norman Antonio Zelaya

The event is free and includes closed captioning. Please reach out to Aunt Lute Books at marketing [at] if you have any further accessibility needs; we are happy to accommodate.

This project was made possible with support from California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Visit


Decolonial Futures and Environmental Justice – with Dr. Vandana Shiva @ Online
Jun 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Vandana Shiva in conversation with Bayo Akomolafe and Sonali Kolhatkar

About this event

How do we become better kin to the living Earth? Join author, ecofeminist and author Dr. Vandana Shiva, Bayo Akomolafe, and Sonali Kolhatkar for an intimate discussion about people, the planet and how we can build a regenerative future for all living beings. Mapping out visions of decolonial and environmental justice, we will explore some of the grassroots actions going on across the globe to defend the planet against the perpetual onslaught of late-stage capitalism as well as examine evidence-based solutions that can lead us to a more verdant and just world. By drawing time-tested traditional and Indigenous wisdom, alongside the intentional practices of slowing down and living in the present, we can inform visionary approaches toward a more sustainable future for all.

Celebrating the newly published book

Agroecology and Regenerative Agriculture: Sustainable Solutions for Hunger, Poverty, and Climate Change

By Vandana Shiva, Foreword by Hans R. Herren

Published by Synergetic Press

Dr. Vandana Shiva is an author, physicist, ecologist and advocate of biodiversity conservation and protection of farmers’ and women’s rights. Her pioneering work around food sovereignty, traditional agriculture, and women’s rights created fundamental cultural shifts in how the world views these issues. Along with Jerry Mander, Edward Goldsmith, Ralph Nader, and Jeremy Rifkin, Dr. Shiva is a leader and board member of the International Forum on Globalization and a prominent figure of the global solidarity movement known as the alter-globalization movement. Dr. Shiva is the founder of Navdanya, an organization that promotes agroecology, seed freedom, and a vision of Earth Democracy, seeking justice for the Earth and all living beings. Dr. Shiva has authored more than twenty books including Reclaiming the Commons: Biodiversity, Indigenous Knowledge, and the Rights of Mother Earth (Synergetic Press, 2020). She is also editor of Philanthrocapitalism and the Erosion of Democracy: A Global Citizens’ Report on the Corporate Control of Technology, Health, and Agriculture (Synergetic Press, 2022). She has received numerous other awards and honors for her work including the “Save the World” award in 2009 and the Sydney Peace Prize in 2010.

Bayo Akomolafe is a philosopher, writer, activist, professor of psychology, and executive director of the Emergence Network. In 2014, Professor Akomolafe was invited to be the Special Envoy of the International Alliance for Localization, a project of Ancient Futures (USA). He left his lecturing position in Covenant University, Nigeria to help build this Alliance. He has been Visiting Professor at Middlebury College, has taught at Sonoma State University (CA, USA), Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada), and Schumacher College (Totnes, England) – among other universities around the world. He currently lectures at Pacifica Graduate Institute, California and University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. He sits on the Board of numerous organizations including Science and Non-Duality, Unashay Sanctuary, and more.

Sonali Kolhatkar is an award-winning Journalist, activist, and artist. She is the founder, host, and executive producer of Pacifica’s popular drive time program Rising Up With Sonali which airs on KPFK and KPFA and also as a TV show on Free Speech TV. A Writing Fellow with Independent Media Institute and formerly a weekly columnist at Truthdig. Sonali is also the founding Co-Director of the Afghan Women’s Mission, a US-based non-profit solidarity organization that funds the work of RAWA. In addition to her journalistic and political work, Sonali is also an accomplished artist and has won awards for her work and displayed her pieces at many exhibits. She is the author of Bleeding Afghanistan: Washington, Warlords, and the Propaganda of Silence (2006, Seven Stories). She makes her home in California with her husband and co-author James Ingalls and two sons.



This event has been made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation

Eye-witness report on the Donbass region and Russia. @ Online
Jul 3 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Eye-witness report on the Donbass region and Russia.

Our speaker, John Parker began his trip to the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine on April 27 as part of a fact-finding mission organized by Struggle-La Lucha newspaper in the U.S. to gather eyewitness observations and testimony of Lugansk residents. He also visited Russia, where he conducted interviews and was present at the May 9 Victory Day parade, commemorating the defeat of Nazi Germany and honoring the 27 million Soviet people who died fighting fascism.
John Parker is the coordinator of the Harriet Tubman Center For Social Justice In Los Angeles  and a leading member of the Socialist Unity Party. He is also a member of Black Alliance for Peace and was a senatorial candidate on the Peace and Freedom Party ticket in the California primary election this June. John accompanied former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark on many anti-war delegations abroad. Parker was only 18 when he organized his first union election at a small steel plant in New Jersey. Having authored a $15 minimum wage ballot initiative in 2014, his organizing efforts helped to push the city to act on the minimum wage increase proposals in Los Angeles. He recently attended the inauguration of socialist President Xiomara Castro at the invitation of her Libre Party, due to his solidarity work with Honduras.


Our Zoom room will be opened up, as usual, at 10:15 for anyone to join and discuss technical matters, catch up with each other, say Hi, etc.. The program (and recording) will begin as close to 10:30 am as possible and will end at 12:30, but the Waiting Room will remain open until about 1 pm for informal discussion.





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San Francisco World Naked Bike Ride Body Freedom Invitational @ Rincon Park
Jul 3 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Come #JoinTheFun! & Celebrate Your ( #BareAsYouDare ) Body Freedom in the Independence Day Weekend #WNBRsf2022.
Check the @SFWNBR public twitter for the latest updates & details or Our fb page at: .

11am Gathering
12pn/Noon START

As with previous San Francisco #WNBR rides this year, the Independence Day Weekend Ride on SUNDAY will roll encompass about 15miles ( over 2-3 hours, slow paced with stops ) passed several iconic nationally recognized tourist sites along the scenic Embarcadero ( Giants Stadium & Chase Center ) to City Hall for a brief photo op ( & nearby restroom pitstop ), through the Valencia Street Arts Festival to the infamous Castro Street / Neighborhood; the last leg of the ride for the willing & able will also include the rock & roll famous Haight Ashbury Neighborhood ( digs to Jimi Hendrix, Jerry Garcia, Janice Joplin & their shack mates ) & a few NUDIST FRIENDLY retail merchants. The afterParty will, as always be back in the Castro, where there is an extensive list of NUDIST FRIENDLY businesses who care more about our Green Backs than what’s we’re sporting on our backs & fronts.

There will be a small contingent rolling NUDE back to The Embarcadero in the afternoon for those who park their vehicles downtown.

All mobilities are welcome ( cyclists, skateboarders, roller skis, skaters, … even motorcycles & automobilists carrying #BareAsYouDare NUDIST or who wish the serve as marshals in the front or rear of the parade ).

Our GREAT Friends at @TheSequoians NUDIST/NATURIST club/resort/spa/retreat have graciously offered to give us 20 FREE INTRODUCTORY 7hr/DAY PASSES to give to the first 10 LADIES & 10 GENTS who complete the #BareAsYouDare Sunday 3 July Body Freedom #WNBRsf2022 in The Castro ( albeit it’s not a race, just fun leisurely roll ).

Come Join the Fun! It’s an experience like none other on Earth!

All Out for Mumia! @ Dolores Park
Jul 3 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm