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12:00 pm #NoKidsInCages rally at 9th Circuit Courthouse @ Federal Courthouse
#NoKidsInCages rally at 9th Circuit Courthouse @ Federal Courthouse
Jun 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
We are holding a press conference outside the 9th Circuit Court to denounce the Trump Administration denying migrant children soap and sleep in U.S. detainment centers including concentration camps. The names of the children who died in American custody will be read aloud and written in chalk on the sidewalk. This is the court determining if the cruel and inhumane Trump policies are constitutional. We will assemble two wire cages to symbolize the plight of infants and children separated from their families. Inside the cage will be dolls representing the … Continued
7:00 pm Happy 150th birthday, Emma Goldman: Love, Anarchy and Other Affairs @ Tamarack
Happy 150th birthday, Emma Goldman: Love, Anarchy and Other Affairs @ Tamarack
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Join us for snacks, refreshments, a play performance, and a conversation ~ “I want freedom, the right to self-expression, everybody’s right to beautiful, radiant things.” ~ On Thursday June 27th, we will gather and honor Emma Goldman, our ancestor and sister-mother in the lineage of worker struggle, anarchism and the fight for freedom of self-expression. Her first job was sewing in a factory. She was influenced by Kropotkin and first radicalized by the state’s execution of four of the Haymarket Square activists in 1887 Chicago. She was a birth control … Continued
7:00 pm Oakland Sings! A Benefit for POOR Magazine & Youth Spirit Artworks @ First Congregational Church of Oakland
Oakland Sings! A Benefit for POOR Magazine & Youth Spirit Artworks @ First Congregational Church of Oakland
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Oakland Sings! will bring together numerous Oakland-based vocal groups in a night of singing for social change! All proceeds benefit POOR Magazine and Youth Spirit Artworks, two arts and media based non-profit organizations who are intentionally and meaningfully serving low-income, homeless, and otherwise silenced and underserved communities. Featuring WeSing Choir, RISE, Thrive Choir, MoonCandy Live House Community Choir and the Jazz Mafia Choral Syndicate! Produced by Lisa Forkish and the WeSing Choir and sponsored by First Congregational Church of Oakland.66735