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12:00 pm East Bay Red for Ed Rally @ Oscar Grant Plaza
East Bay Red for Ed Rally @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Jan 12 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Rally to Fund Public Education Now! Join 1,000s of other teachers in letting the incoming governor and legislature know that we are demanding a new day for California students and educators, including: – Closing the Prop 13 loophole so commercial property owners pay their fair share of property taxes going to public education. – Pressuring the State to assume a greater share of the funding for federally mandated services for students with special needs. -Promoting policies that provide educators with the salaries and conditions needed to provide students with the … Continued
2:00 pm DAVID JABER: OUR HISTORIC MOMENT BOOK TALK @ Ecology Center
DAVID JABER: OUR HISTORIC MOMENT BOOK TALK @ Ecology Center
Jan 12 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Imagine. A vision of thriving communities across the globe.  So much has been known of aspects of this vision for 20 years, 50 years, and even centuries. Why have we not made more progress? Our Historic Moment offers a vision for the world, in both book and video form, that is rooted in The Natural Step and the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals, weaving together renewable resource use, ecological health, radical inclusivity and equity.  Our Historic Moment explores the barriers to greater progress that we’ve encountered to date to achieving this vision, … Continued
4:30 pm ‘Doughnut Economics’ Reading Group @ Omni Commons
‘Doughnut Economics’ Reading Group @ Omni Commons
Jan 12 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
‘Doughnut Economics’ Reading Group @ Omni Commons
Doughnut Economics Reading Group: Creating a world with neither human suffering nor planetary peril Doughnut Economics: 7 ways to think like a 21st century economist By Kate Raworth Chelsea Green Publishing (2017) The capitalist economic system defines every aspect of our lives: the schooling and medical care we get, where we live, and how we sustain ourselves. The system works for a lucky few and exploits everyone else. And it’s a real threat to the survival of our species (and many others) on this planet. We know the system needs to change—but we … Continued