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7:00 pm Picnic at the Federal Reserve in SF @ Federal Reserve Building, near Embarcadero
Picnic at the Federal Reserve in SF @ Federal Reserve Building, near Embarcadero
May 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Food is being provided by the postal union at the Federal Reserve; chalking and other activities are being planned. All are welcome! A BIG THANK YOU to OUR POSTAL WORKERS! This is also the day that the post office collects non-perishable food to donate to various organizations / food banks etc. (From: SF Occupiers & Postal Employees)55720
8:45 pm Film Screening and Discussion: From Fukshima To India @ Berkeley Public Library, West Branch
Film Screening and Discussion: From Fukshima To India @ Berkeley Public Library, West Branch
May 10 @ 8:45 pm – May 11 @ 12:00 am
From Fukshima To India- Report On March 11 Fukushima Events In Japan And Video On Nukes In India Join No Nukes Action NNA on a report back on the anti-nuclear movement in Japan with a video screening as well as a film on the struggle against nuclear power in India(“High Power” by Pradeep Indulkar). Labor Videographers Steve Zeltzer and Kazumi Torri will report on their trip to Fukushima and protests throughout Japan on the 3rd anniversary of the nuclear meltdowns. They also visited Taiwan where there is a growing anti-nuclear … Continued
9:00 pm NAACP Community Forum: “Berkeley Police-Power & Abuse” @ South Berkeley Library
NAACP Community Forum: “Berkeley Police-Power & Abuse” @ South Berkeley Library
May 10 @ 9:00 pm – May 11 @ 12:00 am
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2:00 am Film Screening & Discussion: “Fascism Inc”
Film Screening & Discussion: “Fascism Inc”
May 11 @ 2:00 am – 5:00 am
Film screening of new Greek documentary “Fascism Inc” about the connections between the rise of fascism (both then and now) and the economic elites. The film will be followed by a discussion about anti-fascism in the Bay Area. Via IndyBay.55543