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9:00 am BART: License Plate Reader Mass Surveillance at BART Stations @ Kaiser Center, 3rd floor. Use entrance on Webster behind CVS.
BART: License Plate Reader Mass Surveillance at BART Stations @ Kaiser Center, 3rd floor. Use entrance on Webster behind CVS.
Apr 25 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am
BART Meeting Agenda Entry: A. Surveillance Policy: Automated License Plate Readers.* a. Surveillance Use Policy. b. Surveillance Impact Report. Board requested to authorize. BART will be considering policies for ALPR usage at all BART Stations.  Their proposal is to eventually install these mass surveillance devices at all BART stations across the Bay Area that have parking facilities. Meeting agenda is here (Item 6) Proposed policy and impact report are here More info here    66409
6:30 pm A Place to Breathe: A Work-In-Progress Fundraising Screening @ Community Bank of the East Bay
A Place to Breathe: A Work-In-Progress Fundraising Screening @ Community Bank of the East Bay
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Join us as we toast our progress so far on A PLACE TO BREATHE – a film that tells the stories of immigrant and refugee health care providers and clients in Oakland, CA and Lowell, MA. The film explores culturally responsive integrative models in health care, following individuals and families from Mexico, Guatemala, Uruguay, Congo, and Cambodia. Enjoy a special work-in-progress fundraising screening and meet the filmmakers and key players at Street Level Health Project, one of the clinics featured in the film. Click here to watch a five minute introduction to the film. … Continued
6:30 pm History of May Day @ Niebyl Proctor Library
History of May Day @ Niebyl Proctor Library
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Why do we celebrate Labor Day in the United States when the rest of the world has May Day? The history of May Day reveals that the struggle for the eight-hour day, general strikes, and the socialist roots of the holiday made it anathema to the ruling class, and a goal for workers everywhere, including here. Please join East Bay DSA for a presentation on May Day’s history. Accessibility: NPML is ADA accessible.  66303
6:30 pm RPA movie night – The Hemp Revolution @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
RPA movie night – The Hemp Revolution @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
The next monthly potluck and (free!) movie night at the Bobby Bowens Progressive Center will feature The Hemp Revolution: 6:30pm potluck and socializing 7-9:30pm screening and discussion Join us for the HEMP REVOLUTION, a film that examines the history of hemp’s criminalization and the interests behind it. A more durable fibre than thirsty cotton for making textiles. A sustainable crop requiring almost no pesticide to thrive, making farming a cleaner process for the environment. A higher quality material than wood pulp for paper making. A non-polluting fuel, providing a cleaner … Continued
7:30 pm POSTPONED: Author Event: The Management of Savagry @ first Congregational Church of Berkeley
POSTPONED: Author Event: The Management of Savagry @ first Congregational Church of Berkeley
Apr 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
POSTPONED: Author Event: The Management of Savagry @ first Congregational Church of Berkeley
POSTPONED. NOT HAPPENING THIS DAY. KPFA Radio 94.1 FM presents:   MAX BLUMENTHAL “The Management of Savagery: How America’s National Security State   Fueled the Rise of Al Qaeda, ISIS, and Donald Trump”   Advance tickets: $12: brownpapertickets.com :: T: 800-838-3006  or Pegasus Books (3 sites), Books Inc (Berkeley), Moe’s, Walden Pond Bookstore, East Bay Books, Mrs. Dalloway’s     “Max Blumenthal has spent the last decade transforming himself into one of the most vital voices in journalism today, always speaking truth to power with fearlessness and integrity.”—Reza Aslan, author of Zealot   “The … Continued