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8:00 am Policing in the Era of Big Data @ Online
Policing in the Era of Big Data @ Online
Jul 21 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
REGISTER: [Click here] In the age of algorithms and informatics, law enforcement agencies across the country have turned to data-driven programs to help fight crime. But what happens when such programs infringe on civil rights, amplify racial biases or become abusive? And how can journalists hold those agencies accountable while detailing the steep human costs for those targeted? In this webinar, 2021 Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporters Kathleen McGrory and Neil Bedi will explain how they unearthed a secretive policing operation in Florida that used data to harass residents and profile … Continued
8:00 am UC Regents Public Assembly
UC Regents Public Assembly
Jul 21 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
UC Regents Public Assembly
The Coalition for a Truly Public UC is a group of students, staff, faculty, and community members calling for justice and a truly public University of California. We come together as a group with the understanding that, although each of our respective struggles has its own unique details and dynamics, they are ultimately all rooted in the same foundation. In that spirit, we are uniting our efforts to expose and fight against the ongoing privatization of the University of California system, and accompanying exploitation of working class people in the … Continued
8:30 am BAAQMD Refinery PM Regulation Vote @ Online
BAAQMD Refinery PM Regulation Vote @ Online
Jul 21 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING: WHERE Join Zoom call with option for public speaking here.  Update:  After an hour of staff presentations, questions from the Board of Directors, and 5 1/2 hours of impassioned public testimony, the Board lost its quorum and the clock ran out on the scheduled June vote on BAAQMD’s Rule 6-5.  It has been continued to July 21st at 8:30 AM.  There will be further opportunity for public comment, but those comments will be limited to 30 seconds, and only if you didn’t speak at the June 2nd meeting. … Continued
12:30 pm Speculative Nonfiction: Re-writing Law in an Interdependent World @ Online
Speculative Nonfiction: Re-writing Law in an Interdependent World @ Online
Jul 21 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Speculative Nonfiction: Re-writing Law in an Interdependent World @ Online
  RSVP (scroll down) If you love sci-fi, fantasy, and other speculative fiction, chances are you love futuristic world-building and supernatural elements. What if we made more space for daydreaming, re-imaginings, and inventions in the real world? If our systems of law and property were designed around a flawed worldview of separation and dominance, then what does it look like if we rebuild them on a foundation of interdependence? Bring your imagination! Sustainable Economies Law Center staff, interns, and partners will share about our on-the-ground work and visions for the … Continued
1:00 pm Views from An Ordinary Resilient Disabled Body @ Online
Views from An Ordinary Resilient Disabled Body @ Online
Jul 21 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Thirty years since the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, awareness of disability rights, advocacy, and visibility has increased, yet there is still a long way to go toward equality and understanding. Examining the complexities of disability issues with wisdom, humor, and honesty, author and disability advocate Rebekah Taussig offers a roadmap for broadening our awareness and expanding our understanding to help build a more inclusive world. Growing up as a paralyzed girl in the 1990s and early 2000s, Rebekah saw disability depicted as something monstrous (The Hunchback of … Continued
7:00 pm Anti Police-Terror Project @ Online
Anti Police-Terror Project @ Online
Jul 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Anti Police-Terror Project @ Online
Community, Oakland’s police budget was increased yet again, but $18 million that the mayor would have given to the cops were reallocated because of our collective organizing. We have a lot more work to do to reach our goal of defunding OPD by 50%, but the tide is finally starting to turn with Oakland beginning to build its investment in violence prevention and alternatives to policing. Join us tomorrow Wednesday, July 21 for our monthly virtual general meeting to learn more, and to hear what’s next in our fight to … Continued