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7:30 am Wake Up Call: Part of MLK’s Radical Legacy Weekend @ MacArthur BART Station
Wake Up Call: Part of MLK’s Radical Legacy Weekend @ MacArthur BART Station
Jan 17 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Join SURJ’s Mobilization Committee for our annual “Wake-Up Call” during the 6th Annual Reclaim Martin Luther King Jr.’s Radical Legacy Weekend. We’ll be calling commuters in with broadcasts of inspiring MLK speeches, passing out information on alternatives to calling the police, and inviting people to come out to Monday’s big MLK Day rally and march (see https://www.facebook.com/events/747077179148170/ for more info).67626
10:00 am MLK’s Radical Legacy and Climate Strike @ Oscar Grant Plaza
MLK’s Radical Legacy and Climate Strike @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Jan 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
MLK’s Radical Legacy and Climate Strike @ Oscar Grant Plaza
MLK’s Radical Legacy and Climate Strike, January 17-20 The Anti Police-Terror Project will celebrate the sixth annual Reclaim MLK’s Radical Legacy weekend, starting with support for a youth-led climate strike and Resilient Village Friday January 17.  Throughout the weekend people and organizations will hold events, culminating with the sixth annual march and rally on  Monday. Events will highlight the struggles against ICE and concentration camps, for housing for all, against school closures and cops in the schools. They will support families and community against police violence, movements for land and growing our own … Continued
10:00 am Oakland Climate Strike and Resilient Village @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Oakland Climate Strike and Resilient Village @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Jan 17 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Join Oakland youth for a community Resilient Village to raise awareness on climate resilience and how youth can stand up for climate justice, with hands-on workshops on herbal making, civic engagement, art, water catchment, live art making, youth performances, an open mic, and more. This event will provide youth with strategies for addressing climate change within their families and communities and ways to work for climate justice on a local and global scale. This action is youth led and co-hosted by YVA, Mycelium Youth Network, Planting Justice and others. This … Continued
3:00 pm PG&E: Disability, Aging and Power – Envision a Grid That Works for Us and the Planet @ Ed Roberts Campus
6:00 pm Concert for the Climate @ Classic Cars West
Concert for the Climate @ Classic Cars West
Jan 17 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Concert for the Climate @ Classic Cars West
Hear a great lineup of local musicians and help raise money for strong regional action on climate.  This Concert for the Climate is a fundraiser for the Climate Emergency Mobilization Task Force, which is working to organize cities and counties throughout the Bay Area to declare climate emergencies and join a task force to address climate change as a region. This is the second in the exciting Concert for the Climate Series to help raise funds for CEMTF’s work. Classic Cars West is wheelchair accessible, not scent free, all ages, and … Continued
6:30 pm Community Circle on Gentrification
Community Circle on Gentrification
Jan 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth and the East Bay Church of Religious Science are holding a restorative circle on the topic of gentrification. During the circle, everyone will have the opportunity to share how they are impacted by gentrification and how communities can organize to heal. Feel free to come and invite others to join the conversation.67615
6:30 pm Just Mercy- Community Screening & Solidarity Panel @ Grand Lake Theater
Just Mercy- Community Screening & Solidarity Panel @ Grand Lake Theater
Jan 17 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
This event is sponsored by AAPI Women Lead, Asian Prisoner Support Committee, and New Breath Foundation. Join us for a community screening of Just Mercy (https://justmercy.eji.org/), starring Jamie Foxx and Michael B. Jordan. There will be a “Solidarity through Struggle” panel after the film to discuss the range of impacts and experiences with the criminal justice system. Speakers to be announced. -Registration begins at 6:30 pm -Movie begins at immediately at 7 pm -Panel to begin after the movie Donations will be collected and matched for California Coalition for Women … Continued
7:00 pm Perils of 5G-Our Streets, Our Choice?! @ Thousand Oaks Baptist Church
Perils of 5G-Our Streets, Our Choice?! @ Thousand Oaks Baptist Church
Jan 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Our Streets Our Choice* with 5G expert Dafna TACHOVER, Esq. and Karl MARET, MD/electrical engineer. Hosted by WiRED (Wireless Radiation Education and Defense) RSVP requested but not required via fb or email: 5GfreeBerkeley [at] gmail.com * http://www.mystreetmychoice.com WHAT’S THE PROB WITH 5G ? 5th Generation (not to be confused with 5 Gigahertz) wireless telecom facilities (WTF) will drastically increase: surveillance, hacking, fire risk, interference with weather prediction, property devaluations, energy use, worker endangerment, industrial clutter, co$t to cities and individuals, adverse health & environmental effects due to radiation! (For more info, see … Continued