North and South Korea in the Context of the US Military Empire in the Asia-Pacific @ Online
Sep 12 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Sunday Morning at the Marxist Library

This talk will examine the two Koreas in the context of the US military empire in East Asia and tie the discussion to the US withdrawal from Afghanistan. Many reporters have called Afghanistan America’s longest war, but they forget that the US has been at war in Korea for over 70 years. Yet in the wake of the US collapse in the Middle East, President Biden has said that “there’s a fundamental difference” between Afghanistan and South Korea, Japan and Taiwan. What does that mean?  Tim sees that statement as an indication that the US withdrawal from Afghanistan enhances the strategic value of the US allies in the Asia region. As a Korean analyst recently noted, “The Korean Peninsula and the Asian region consist of the core of American national interests.” Our speaker agrees, and will explain why.

Our speaker, Tim Shorrock, is a Washington-based journalist and the author of the 2008 book Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Intelligence Outsourcing. He grew up in Japan and South Korea, where his parents worked as Christian relief workers after World War II and the Korean War. He is well-known in Korea for revealing, in 1996, the secret background role played by the Carter administration in the Korean military’s suppression of the Gwangju Citizens Uprising in 1980. For the past 38 years, he has been a correspondent for The Nation, one of America’s oldest political magazines, and over the past four years has been closely covering the Korea peace and denuclearization process involving the US and the two Koreas. In 2015, he was named an honorary citizen of the city of Gwangju in recognition of his stories about the 1980 uprising.


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Sunflower Alliance: Wildfires on a Warming Planet: Debunking the Myths/Taking Action @ Online
Sep 12 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

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Chad T. Hanson is a forest ecologist with the John Muir Project.  Five years ago he wrote, “There are now 66 million dead trees in California’s forests due to several years of drought and native bark beetles, creating a “catastrophic” wildfire threat—or so claims U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack.  While Vilsack’s assertion may resonate with many in the general public because it makes intuitive sense, it simply isn’t true.  Among scientists, there is an overwhelming consensus that weather (hot, dry, windy conditions) determines how wildland fires behave, not the density of dead trees.”

Those words still ring true for the fire this time.

Come to the monthly Sunflower Alliance to hear Mr. Hanson address the many misconceptions about rational forest management and the misdirection of our response to wildfires.  Our understandable alarm about catastrophic wildfire has been exploited to advance corporate and political agendas, primarily that of the logging industry—which is now promoting forest biomass as a nature-based solution to the energy crisis.

Bring your questions!  Here are a few articles to spark your thinking:  (Chad Hanson and climate scientist James Hansen on post-fire clearcutting and planting tree plantations)


Mr. Hanson’s latest book is Smokescreen: Debunking Wildfire Myths to Save our Forests and Our Climate.



Is There Still Time to Save the World? Dan Kammen Webinar  @ Online
Sep 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Hear from a prominent climate scientist why California must take a more aggressive stance on the climate emergency.  Professor Dan Kammen of UC Berkeley will present his latest research and explain the science, economics, and policies behind his recent co-authored report, Accelerating the timeline for climate action in California.   As he testified before a State Senate committee in April, “The fact that we are in a climate emergency is plain to see and need not be debated further….  We are now in a position to do better for the climate, for our economy, and for social justice” (Senate Testimony 4/11/21).

Dr. Kammen is Director of the U.C. Berkeley Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, Professor in the Energy Resource Group and the Goldman School of Public Policy, and a Coordinating Lead Author for the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.  Read more about his education and research at his personal website.

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Occupy Oakland General Assembly @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Sep 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

NOTE: During the Plague Year of 2020 GA will be held every week or two on Zoom. To find out the exact time a date get on the Occupy Oakland email list my sending an email to:


The Occupy Oakland General Assembly meets every Sunday at 4 PM at Oscar Grant Plaza amphitheater at 14th Street & Broadway near the steps of City Hall. If for some reason the amphitheater is being used otherwise and/or OGP itself is inaccessible, we will meet at Kaiser Park, right next to the statues, on 19th St. between San Pablo and Telegraph. If it is raining (as in RAINING, not just misting) at 4:00 PM we meet in the basement of the Omni Collective, 4799 Shattuck Ave., Oakland. (Note: we tend to meet at 3:00 PM during the cooler months from November to early March after Daylights Savings Time.)

On every ‘last Sunday’ we meet a little earlier at 3 PM to have a community potluck to which all are welcome.

OO General Assembly has met on a continuous basis for over six years, since October 2011! Our General Assembly is a participatory gathering of Oakland community members and beyond, where everyone who shows up is treated equally. Our Assembly and the process we have collectively cultivated strives to reach agreement while building community.

At the GA committees, caucuses, and loosely associated groups whose representatives come voluntarily report on past and future actions, with discussion. We encourage everyone participating in the Occupy Oakland GA to be part of at least one associated group, but it is by no means a requirement. If you like, just come and hear all the organizing being done! Occupy Oakland encourages political activity that is decentralized and welcomes diverse voices and actions into the movement.

General Assembly Standard Agenda

Welcome & Introductions
Reports from Committees, Caucuses, & Independent Organizations
(Optional) Discussion Topic

Occupy Oakland activities and contact info for some Bay Area Groups with past or present Occupy Oakland members.

Occupy Oakland Web Committee: (
Strike Debt Bay Area :
Berkeley Post Office Defenders:
Alan Blueford Center 4 Justice:
Oakland Privacy Working Group:
Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity:
Bay Area AntiRepression:
Biblioteca Popular:
Interfaith Tent:
Port Truckers Solidarity:
Bay Area Intifada:
Transport Workers Solidarity:
Fresh Juice Party (aka Chalkupy)
Sudo Room:
Omni Collective:
First They Came for the Homeless:
Sunflower Alliance:
Bay Area Public School:

San Francisco based groups:
Occupy Bay Area United:
Occupy Forum: (see OBAU above)
San Francisco Projection Department:

Green Sunday:  Housing is a Human Right  @ Online
Sep 12 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Struggles involving housing issues in Oakland — The policies and organizing involve a multitude of matters from gentrification and the Howard Terminal project, to renters rights and a wave of potential evictions, to ‘affordability’ and homelessness.  This is a major point of contention within the labor council and a wide range of community/ housing organizations in the East Bay. Come to a discussion with one of the key activists and political advocates around the right to housing, focusing on Oakland.

Carroll Fife is the Oakland City Council member representing District 3 and a director of the  Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE), Oakland.  She was a founding member of Moms for Housing and is in the leadership of the Oakland NAACP. Carroll has a distinguished track record on anti-racist and other social justice organizing with the Anti Police-Terror Project (APTP), Oakland Justice Coalition and a wide range of activist campaigns.

There will also be a speaker from the Asian Pacific Environmental Network, a well known activist grouping heavily involved in struggles around gentrification in Oakland, including the Howard Terminal project.

Green Sundays
are a series of free public programs & discussions on topics “du jour” sponsored by the Green Party of Alameda County and held on the 2nd Sunday of each month. The monthly business meeting of the County Council of the Green Party follows at 7:00 pm, after a 30-minute break. Council meetings are open to anyone who is interested.

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Progressive Law Day – NLG @ Hastings College or online
Sep 12 @ 5:13 pm – 6:13 pm

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Progressive Law Day is a free half-day conference, historically organized and led by law student members of the National Lawyers Guild, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, and open to law students, legal workers, lawyers, activists, and anyone interested in learning about radical lawyering and legal work.

Progressive Law Day 2021 will be held in partnership with UC Hastings College of the Law, on the Hastings campus at 200 McAllister Ave in San Francisco. Lunch will be provided for all attendees. Registration is open for both in-person and virtual attendance for all workshops and panels. While we’re optimistic about hosting this event in-person for the fall, we are prepared to fully transition this event to virtual-only in the event of circumstances beyond our control.

Copwatch Class on Community-based Accountability @ Online
Sep 13 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Oakland Tenants Union monthly meeting @ Madison Park Apartments, community room
Sep 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

OTU’s Mission

The Oakland Tenants Union is an organization of housing activists dedicated to protecting tenant rights and interests. OTU does this by working directly with tenants in their struggle with landlords, impacting legislation and public policy about housing, community education, and working with other organizations committed to furthering renters’ rights. The Oakland Tenants Union is open to anyone who shares our core values and who believes that tenants themselves have the primary responsibility to work on their own behalf.

Monthly Meetings

The Oakland Tenants Union meets regularly at 7:00 pm on the second Monday evening of each month. Our monthly meetings are held in the Community Room of the Madison Park Apartments, 100 – 9th Street (at Oak Street, across from the Lake Merritt BART Station). To enter, gently knock on the window of the room to the right of the main entrance to the building. At the meetings, first we focus on general issues affecting renters city-wide and then second we offer advice to renters regarding their individual concerns.

If you have an issue, a question, or need advice about a tenant/landlord issue, please call us at (510) 704-5276. Leave a message with your name and phone number and someone will get back to you.

20 Years After 9/11: Lessons in Solidarity
Sep 14 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

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WHAT: A teach-in to mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and its aftermath, hosted by Building Movement Project and SolidarityIs

WHO: Members of the Solidarity Summits, a group of leaders who have been exploring the connections between different social movements

WHY: To gain insights around deepening connections, being co-conspirators, and building towards co-liberation

Fire and Fury, Throwing a Monkey Wrench at Big Tech @ Online
Sep 15 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm


Hear from activist and community leaders on what matters most as it relates to surveillance, war and peace.

About this event

9:00 to 9:30 AM Welcome, Program overview Vahid Razavi Director of Ethics In Technology

A technology Veteran of Silicon Valley. Vahid has founded, advised and worked in senior management roles in Silicon Valley. He has published two books, The Age of Nepotism and Ethics In Tech and Lack Thereof. As a lifelong activist and humanitarian he has published hundreds of articles and videos on various social issues including tech industry and social injustice.

He has previously worked for companies such as Amazon Web Services, Fast Search, Exodus Communications, Qwest Communications, and was the founder of the Cloud Computing Company BizCloud.

9:30 to 9:40 AM ,Doctor Martin Todd Allen

Rev. Martin Todd Allen is an Associate Minister at the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples.

He is scheduled to graduate with a Doctor of Ministry(DMin) at the Pacific School of Religion May 2020. His DMin project trains congregations to demand and demonstrate eco-socialist alternatives to global capitalism.

Previously, Rev. Allen worked as a prison, hospital and military Chaplain and currently works as a hospice chaplain in the South Bay.

In addition, he serves on the board of directors of The Human Agenda.

9:40 to 10:00 AM Brett Wilkins, Ethics In Tech Board Member

Brett Wilkins is a San Francisco-based independent writer and activist whose work focuses on issues of war and peace and human rights. His articles have recently appeared in print and online publications including Asia Times, The Jakarta Post, Common Dreams, Counterpunch,, Mondoweiss, Socialist Viewpoint, TeleSur and Venezuela Analysis. Brett is a member of Collective 20 and is editor-at-large for US news at Toronto-based Digital Journal, as well as a board member of the nonprofit advocacy group Ethics In Tech.

10:00 AM to 10:10 AM Doctor Karen Melander Magoon, Poetry

Karen Melander graduated from Indiana University in Music and received her Masters Degree from Boston University. She spent two decades in Europe singing on the major stages of Germany and Austria. Her children, Aaron and Bridget, were born in the Loire Valley of France and in Berlin, Germany. In October, 2008, she received her Doctor of Ministry from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, through San Francisco Theological Seminary and Starr King School for the Ministry.

10:10 Am to 10:20 Stretch break

10:20 to 10:40 Tauriq Jenkins

Tauriq Jenkins is a Convenor of the Anti-Repression Working Group of the C19 People’s Coalition and an accredited monitor for the South African Human Rights Commission. As chair of the AIXARRA Restorative Justice Forum, based at the Centre for African Studies University of Cape Town, he convenes the commissions on Sacred Human Remains, Land and C19. He is the High Commissioner of the Goringhaicona Khoi Khoin Traditional Indegenous Council and involved in various civic, heritage and environmental structures including the Observatory Civic Association, Two Rivers Urban Park Association, and the Civic for Action in Public Participation. He holds an MFA, School of the Arts, Columbia University, and an alumnus of the International Fellows Program, School of International Public Affairs, Columbia University.

10:40 to 11:00 Albert Fox

Albert Fox Cahn is the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project’s ( S.T.O.P.’s) founder and executive director, and he is also a fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project, Ashoka, N.Y.U Law School’s Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy, and the Day One Project. As a lawyer, technologist, writer, and interfaith activist, Mr. Cahn began S.T.O.P. in the belief that emerging surveillance technologies pose an unprecedented threat to civil rights and the promise of a free society.

Mr. Cahn is a frequent commentator on civil rights, privacy, and technology matters. He is a contributor to the New York Times, Boston Globe, Guardian, WIRED, Slate, NBC Think, Newsweek, and dozens of other publications. He has lectured at Harvard Law School, New York University School of Law, Columbia University, and Dartmouth College. Mr. Cahn previously served as an associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, where he advised Fortune 50 companies on technology policy, antitrust law, and consumer privacy.

11:05 to 11:15 Break

11:15 to 11:35 Tracy Rosenberg, Oakland Privacy and Media Alliance

Tracy Rosenberg is the co-coordinator and advocacy director at Oakland Privacy, a citizens’ coalition that works regionally to defend the right to privacy and enhance public transparency and oversight regarding the use of surveillance techniques and equipment. As experts on municipal privacy reform, OP has written use policies and impact reports for a variety of surveillance technologies, conducted research and investigations, and developed frameworks for the implementation of equipment with respect for civil rights, privacy protections and community control. Rosenberg is also the director of Media Alliance, a 45 year old Northern California democratic communications advocacy nonprofit. Https://

11:35 to 11:55 AJ Rice

AJ Rice is a privacy advocate and the Founder & CEO of Privo Mobile – a tech startup making a dumb phone for modern times, designed for kids. AJ is a privacy ambassador for PDX Privacy – a non-profit focused on advocating for privacy and increasing transparency on the use of surveillance in the Portland area. AJ is also author of the privacy blog Private Matters.

12:00 to 12:40 Panel Discussion on Privacy and Civil Liberties withTracy, Albert, AJ and Vahid

12:40 to 1:00 Mike Rufo Advisor to Ethics In Tech, Music and Talk

1:00 to 1:30 break

1:30 to 1:50 Ray Acheson Stop Killer Robots

Ray Acheson is the Director of Reaching Critical Will. They provide analysis, research, and advocacy across a range of disarmament issues from an antimilitarist feminist perspective. Ray represents WILPF on the steering committees of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, and the International Network on Explosive Weapons. They also work to challenge the international arms trade, war profiteering, and the patriarchal and racist structures of war and armed violence. Ray has an Honours BA in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Toronto and an MA in Politics from The New School for Social Research and is currently a Visiting Research Collaborator at Princeton University. Ray previously worked for the Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies. They are a 2018 UN Women Metro-NY “Champion of Change” and recipient of a 2020 Nuclear Free Future Award.

1:50 to 2:10 VFP Adrienne Kinne

Adrienne Kinne, President, Veterans for Peace Board of Directors

2:10 to 2:30 CodePink Carley Towne

Carley Towne is National Co-Director of CODEPINK and leads the Divest from War and Defund the Pentagon programs.

Carley graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a degree in Critical Gender Studies and Political Science. She’s now happy to organize and live in Los Angeles.

2:30 to 2:40 7th Inning-stretch

2:40 to 3:20 Peace Discussion Adrienne Kinne , Vahid Razavi

3:20 to 3:30 Cristina Deptula Ethics in Tech Board Member

Cristina Deptula has been involved in human rights-related activism from an early age, starting with her membership in her high school’s Amnesty International and Students for a Free Tibet groups. Since then, she’s remained active within various movements, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the digital privacy-related Restore the Fourth. She is committed to helping build a more just and inclusive world for people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, abilities, genders and other categories and a world where the tech world acts in service of people living their best lives.

3:40 to 3:50 Break

3:50 to 4:30 Comedy TBD

4:30 Final thoughts- Vahid Razavi

Policing and Prisons
Sep 16 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

logoAs we mark the 50th anniversary of the Attica Prison Uprising, we take a moment to reflect upon the ways that policing exists within prisons, the impact, and how conditions can be addressed.


Sep 16 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm

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Agenda items of possible interest:

  • Vote to Ratify DGO K-03 Use of Force Policy.
  • Community Policing Policy revision
Sep 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

We are the Climate Emergency Mobilization Task Force (CEMTF) a Bay Area coalition of elected officials, city & county staff, nongovernmental organizations, youth, environmental activists, social activists, and front line communities addressing the inequities and causes of the climate emergency. We meet Fridays from 9am-noon, from July-November 2021.

Below are our planned meetings. Visit our website to learn more:

July 30th: Fossil Fuel Free Bay Area

August 20th: Clean and Just Transportation

September 17th: Ecological Protection

October 15th: Just Transition & Green New Deal

November 19th: United Climate Actions

The Struggle for Peoples Park
Sep 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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The Struggle for People’s Park is a 2-unit student-led class offered to UC Berkeley Students during the Fall 2021 semester under the Democratic Education at Cal (DeCal) program.

You may apply by clicking the “take my class” button above.

Note: Grading will be based on a pass/fail framework depending on the participation and development designs regarding People’s Park.

For more information and updates, please contact our student facilitator, Aidan Hill at

Stop Funding Fossil Fuels- Wells Fargo @ Wells Fargo
Sep 17 @ 11:00 am – 1:30 pm


We’ve got a big action in the works and we need you! Driven by the climate crisis, fires, droughts, and floods are happening everywhere. Financial institutions continue to fund new fossil fuel projects which will only increase the destruction. This needs to STOP!
On Friday, September 17th, join us at the Wells Fargo world headquarters in downtown San Francisco for the kickoff of a new round of actions demanding Wells shifts away from funding fracking and tar sands — and into clean energy and the green economy.

Let’s make some noise and let Wells know that they need to FORGO FRACKING, cancel funding for Line 3 and make measurable commitments to divesting their portfolio from planet-heating, ecosystem-destroying, treaty-violating fossil fuels.

Find out more about what we have in store at our website:
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Free Them All
Sep 17 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Author Reading, Book Launch Party: Blessed Disillusionment: Letting Go of What Cannot Save Us, Turning to What Can – Michael Goldstein @ Outdoors at a private residence near Mills College in Oakland. Address on registration page.
Sep 17 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Admission is free, but you must RSVP here

Are you ready for a politics that goes beyond asking those beholden to the wrong people to do the right thing?

Hint: that snippet from the Declaration of Independence at the bottom of the book’s cover reads, “Whenever any form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it.” (More on the book’s content at

On the 10th anniversary of Occupy Wall Street (and the 172nd of Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery), come hear author Michael Goldstein read from Blessed Disillusionment: Letting Go of What Cannot Save Us, Turning to What Can.

And see why Cornel West, author/teacher/activist Joanna Macy, veteran Longshore Workers’ activist Clarence Thomas, KPFA & KPOO host Avotcja, East Point Peace Academy founder Kazu Haga, and others are endorsing the book

Meet the author. Ask him your questions.  Enjoy the end of your week with complimentary finger food and nonalcoholic beverages and—with an online purchase of the book or eBook—free wine (over 21; another thank-you gift for youth).

If you can’t come, please consider 1) sharing this event and 2) buying the book or ebook on Amazon (sorry!) on Friday, the launch day, which will increase its visibility among those who can make good use of it.

“Goldstein offers a way to radically change our economic and political systems for the benefit of everyone—including the ecosystems that support life.”

— Molly Brown, ecopsychologist, teacher, co-author of “Coming Back to Life”

The Black Panther Party Legacy @ Online
Sep 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm


Rose Foundation Virtual Film Fest
Sep 18 all-day



Celebrate the power of grassroots activism and community resilience with the Rose Foundation! 2021 Film Festival will run from September 1-21.

Watch a curated selection of short and feature-length films showcasing the power of grassroots activism. Join the live event on September 18th, including an exciting collection of shorts, youth-led film Q&A, and a toast to the grassroots.

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Cost: $25

We hope our 2021 Film Fest trailer gets you excited for our biggest collection of films yet, featuring over 25 independent shorts and feature-length productions.

Learn more about our 2021 film lineup and watch some trailers here. Then buy your ticket to access all these films between September 1 – 21!

Buy your tickets today to get full access to the Film Fest and your fun and festive Film Fest Party Kit, while supplies last.

Ticket Info

Ticket purchase includes access to the Themed Film Segments and the Live Event, plus an extra special “Film Fest Party Kit” while supplies last.

Can’t make the Live Event on 9/18? Buy a ticket, and we’ll send you a recording of the Live Event so you won’t miss a thing!

Care Village @ Marcus Garvey Park
Sep 18 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

A black and white flyer with large black cursive text in the center reading “care village pop-up.” Surrounding the center text are small illustrations paired with text. Starting at the top left going clockwise the words “wound care” is paired with an image of a first-aid kit, “fresh cooked food, coffee, and pantry items” with a bowl of hot food and a spoon, “basic veterinary care and pet food” it’s a cat and dog, “cop watch training” with a pad of paper, “clothing and outdoor gear” with a rolled up sleeping bag and a pair of socks, “showers” with a shower head spray water, “harm reduction supplies” with a syringe and a vial, and “haircuts” with a pair of scissors. The bottom quarter of the flyer is black with white text reading “Saturday, September 18, 1-4pm at Marcus Garvey Park (Martin Luther King Jr. Way and 36th, across from Eli’s Bar.) All services and items provided for free for those in need.” Rogers and Rosewater and West Oakland Punks with Lunch logos are in the bottom right.