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3:00 pm Bring on the Power of Public Banking – Special Guest the Pres. Bank of N Dak. @ Online
Bring on the Power of Public Banking – Special Guest the Pres. Bank of N Dak. @ Online
Jan 28 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Bring on the Power of Public Banking - Special Guest the Pres. Bank of N Dak. @ Online
Facebook Live URL The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the deeply rooted imbalances at the core of so many or our economic institutions. As Wall Street banks continue to exploit the crisis and exacerbate economic inequalities, we must advance toward a financial solution that will help us invest in our New York State. The need for a public bank that will generate revenue, with our community as its top priority, has never been clearer. On January 28th at 6 p.m. Public Banking Institute’s Chair Ellen Brown, Chair Emeritus and Senior Advisor … Continued
6:00 pm Fighting Police Repression and the Surveillance State @ Online
Fighting Police Repression and the Surveillance State @ Online
Jan 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
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6:00 pm SURJ: Anti-Racism 101: How To Show Up for Racial Justice @ Online
SURJ: Anti-Racism 101: How To Show Up for Racial Justice @ Online
Jan 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
The past year has shed sustained light on the immense influence white supremacy continues to have on our nation. From police violence to the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color to the recent insurrection at the Capitol, now is the time to find pathways into anti-racism work in our communities. If you are feeling called to action but are not sure how to or where to begin, this workshop is for you. Click here to RSVP: https://actionnetwork.org/events/anti-racism-101-how-to-show-up-for-racial-justice-3?source=direct_link68607
7:00 pm Jerald Walker and Kevin Cartwright: How to Make a Slave
Jerald Walker and Kevin Cartwright: How to Make a Slave
Jan 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
KPFA Radio 94.1 FM presents: Jerald Walker and Kevin Cartwright: A Zoom Event How to Make a Slave Finalist, 2020 National Book Award in Nonfiction ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. For the Black community, Jerald Walker asserts in How To Make a Slave,” anger is often a prelude to a joke, as there is broad understanding that the triumph over this destructive emotion is in finding its punchline.” It is on the knife’s edge between fury and farce that the essays in this exquisite collection balance. Whether confronting the medical profession’s racial biases, considering … Continued
7:00 pm Reimagining Public Safety: Can Surveillance Be a Fair and Effective Tool? @ Online
Reimagining Public Safety: Can Surveillance Be a Fair and Effective Tool? @ Online
Jan 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Piedmont Racial Equity Campaign + League of Women Voters will co-host a virtual panel at 7 pm on January 28th: Reimagining Public Safety: Can Surveillance Be a Fair and Effective Tool? Piedmont’s Police Chief Jeremy Bowers will participate, along with: Brian Hofer, Chair, City of Oakland Privacy Advisory Commission, and Exec. Dir., Secure Justice Jennifer Jones, Technology and Civil Liberties Fellow, ACLU of Northern California Mathew Guariglia, Policy Analyst, Electronic Frontier Foundation RSVP to get the Zoom info here 68590