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12:00 pm 1946 Oakland General Strike Walk @ Latham Square
1946 Oakland General Strike Walk @ Latham Square
Jul 30 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
1946 Oakland General Strike Walk @ Latham Square | Oakland | California | United States
Oakland 1946 General Strike Walk – “We Called It a Work Holiday” With Gifford Hartman of the Flying Picket Historical Society. This year is the 70th anniversary of the Oakland General Strike. This walk will revisit the sites of Oakland’s “Work Holiday” that began spontaneously with rank-and-file solidarity with the striking – mostly women – retail clerks at Kahn’s and Hastings department stores whose picket line was being broken by scabs escorted by police. Within 24 hours, it involved over 100,000 workers and shut down nearly all commerce in the … Continued
1:00 pm A Day to Remember Nate Greer – Killed by the Hayward Police @ Birchfield Park
A Day to Remember Nate Greer – Killed by the Hayward Police @ Birchfield Park
Jul 30 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Lets celebrate “A day to remember” for JAMES NATE GREER! Join us for a BBQ at Birchfield Park in Hayward, same location as the march. Across the street from the HPD on the corner by the basketball courts! Again, same rules apply, no drama, this is a peaceful event. A day to eat, drink, talk about Nate and chill! If you are able to, please bring some meat for the grill, a side dish and some drinks, (enough for your family) and we will put it all together and share. … Continued
4:00 pm Celebrate Coal-Free Oakland @ West Oakland Farm Park—City Slicker Farms
Celebrate Coal-Free Oakland @ West Oakland Farm Park—City Slicker Farms
Jul 30 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Let’s come together for a rousing NO COAL victory party! On July 19, the Oakland City Council cast its second and final vote to ban coal. This means that the No Coal Ordinance is now law. No one can store or handle large quantities of coal anywhere in Oakland, including the former Oakland Army Base. What do you think about that, Phil Tagami? It took 15 months of hard work by all of us to achieve this stunning victory for the people of Oakland, the Bay Area, and the planet. … Continued
5:00 pm California Homelessness Emergency: A Rally of Love in Sacramento @ State Capitol
California Homelessness Emergency: A Rally of Love in Sacramento @ State Capitol
Jul 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
A Rally of Love Sacramento is where we hold a Rally in front of the Sacramento Capitol Building to ask Governor Jerry Brown to Declare an Emergency on Homelessness in California. A Convoy of 200 vehicles will be driving in from LA to arrive at the State Capitol Building at 5.00pm on Saturday the 30th, 2016. We are asking you, all Northern Californians, from Sacramento, San Fransisco, Oakland, San Jose to join us at 5.00pm in front of the California State Capitol to Rally for an End to Homelessness in … Continued