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Direct Action Training: Fossil Fuel March 1:00 pm
Direct Action Training: Fossil Fuel March @ Omni Commons
Mar 10 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
This training is in preparation for a nonviolent direct action March 18 in San Francisco but everyone is welcome, even if you can’t participate that day. With wildfires and weather disasters all around us, and just 12 years left to address the climate crisis (per IPCC report), we’ll have many opportunities to stand up for future generations and a sustainable world. We especially encourage anyone willing to serve in support roles (not risking arrest) to join us. The action will occur during our March for Fossil Fuel Freedom culminating rally, … Continued
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Youth Climate Strike
Youth Climate Strike
Mar 15 all-day
Youth Climate Strike
On March 15, students across the US and the world will be going on strike, because decades of inaction have left us with only 11 years to avoid the worst effects of climate change. We’ll be striking to demand a Green New Deal, because we deserve good jobs and a livable future! Sign up here if you want to participate in, or help to organize, a school strike in your area! You can find out more information about the US Youth Climate Strike movement here: https://www.youthclimatestrikeus.org/ Also see the Facebook pages … Continued
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No Coal in Richmond Canvassing 1:30 pm
No Coal in Richmond Canvassing @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Mar 16 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
No Coal in Richmond Canvassing @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
​If you learned that coal dust containing arsenic, lead, mercury, and cadmium was blowing through your neighborhood, wouldn’t you want to take action? Come help No Coal in Richmond reach out to as many residents as possible between now and late March or early April. That’s when the Richmond City Council will vote on an ordinance to prohibit new coal or pet coke facilities, prevent the Levin-Richmond Terminal from expanding, and phase out existing coal handling and storage. ​We have less than a month to reach the most affected Richmond residents about the massive amounts of coal-for-export … Continued
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No Coal in Richmond Canvassing 1:30 pm
No Coal in Richmond Canvassing @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Mar 24 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
No Coal in Richmond Canvassing @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
​If you learned that coal dust containing arsenic, lead, mercury, and cadmium was blowing through your neighborhood, wouldn’t you want to take action? Come help No Coal in Richmond reach out to as many residents as possible between now and late March or early April. That’s when the Richmond City Council will vote on an ordinance to prohibit new coal or pet coke facilities, prevent the Levin-Richmond Terminal from expanding, and phase out existing coal handling and storage. ​We have less than a month to reach the most affected Richmond residents about the massive amounts of coal-for-export … Continued
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No Coal in Richmond Canvassing 1:30 pm
No Coal in Richmond Canvassing @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Mar 30 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
No Coal in Richmond Canvassing @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
​If you learned that coal dust containing arsenic, lead, mercury, and cadmium was blowing through your neighborhood, wouldn’t you want to take action? Come help No Coal in Richmond reach out to as many residents as possible between now and late March or early April. That’s when the Richmond City Council will vote on an ordinance to prohibit new coal or pet coke facilities, prevent the Levin-Richmond Terminal from expanding, and phase out existing coal handling and storage. ​We have less than a month to reach the most affected Richmond residents about the massive amounts of coal-for-export … Continued
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Antidotes to White Fragility Workshop 10:00 am
Antidotes to White Fragility Workshop @ Sierra Club
Mar 31 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
What skills, tools and approaches are useful in encouraging white people to sustain balanced engagement with anti-racism/racial justice education and work? How can we cultivate resilience (as opposed to white fragility) in ourselves, our communities, and our movements? White Fragility is defined by Robin DiAngelo as “A state in which even a minimum amount of racial stress becomes intolerable, triggering a range of defensive moves. These moves include the outward display of emotions such as anger, fear, and guilt, and behaviors such as argumentation, silence, and leaving the stress-inducing situation … Continued