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12:00 am Poor People’s Campaign Film: Sneak Preview @ Redstone Bldg
Poor People’s Campaign Film: Sneak Preview @ Redstone Bldg
Jan 23 @ 12:00 am – 8:30 pm
Poor People’s Campaign Film: Sneak Preview @ Redstone Bldg
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s radical legacy, please join the Bay Area Poor People’s Campaign for a screening of a 45-minute sneak preview of We Cried Power, a documentary about the current Poor People’s Campaign. Martin Luther King Jr launched the first Poor People’s Campaign with a march on Washington in 1967. Following the screening, hear from active members of the Bay Area Poor People’s Campaign about their goal of raising the funds to get 150 Bay Area residents, including impacted people, to Washington, DC for the June 20th, … Continued
6:30 pm Decarceration and Public Safety @ Quezada Center
Decarceration and Public Safety @ Quezada Center
Jan 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Decarceration and Public Safety @ Quezada Center
“Public safety” has often been used to justify increasing police presence in communities of color, prosecuting quality of life offenses, and continuing the crisis of mass incarceration. After decades of policies reinforcing increased interactions with the criminal justice system, it is clear that these policies are not working. Join the San Francisco chapter of the ACLU and its guest panelists as we explore how alternatives to policing and incarceration are ultimately more effective ways to promote public safety for all of us. Light dinner and refreshments will be provided. 67637
7:00 pm No One is Illegal – Open Borders Reading Group @ East Bay DSA Office
No One is Illegal – Open Borders Reading Group @ East Bay DSA Office
Jan 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
As workers, we need to understand our history and join with others to change it. What is the history of the US border? Who benefits from restrictions on immigration? Why is border enforcement getting more and more violent? Why have elite funded racist vigilantism and even the literal murder of immigrant labor organizers? Join us in reading No One Is Illegal by Justin Akers Chacon and Mike Davis, hosted by the East Bay DSA Racial Solidarity Committee. On our first meeting (this Thursday, January 23) we will discuss Part 1 of the … Continued