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4:00 pm Support Windfall Profit Tax on Big Oil @ Chevron Gas Station
Support Windfall Profit Tax on Big Oil @ Chevron Gas Station
Nov 28 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Oil companies are exploiting a global crisis to jack up prices at the gas pump and rake in massive profits while driving a cost of living crisis for Californians. They blame California’s environmental protections, but we know it’s polluter greed sending prices sky high, plain and simple. This Monday will be a day of action (organized by Last Chance Alliance) across the state to enact a windfall profits cap proposal that will be voted in the CA legislature in the week of December 5th. In the Bay Area, activists will … Continued
4:00 pm Education Not Privatization – Oakland
Education Not Privatization – Oakland
Nov 30 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
4:00PM Meet at OUSD Headquarters (1000 Broadway) 5:00PM March to the School board meeting at La Escuelita (1050 2nd Ave) Since May 2022 and amidst a historic teacher shortage, OUSD has retaliated against 4 OUSD educators – Denise Huffstutler, Paloma Collier, Craig Gordon, and June Nelson – for their active involvement in the fight against school closures. Denise Huffstutler, a former Parker instructional coach who spoke out against the closure of that school, received a letter of reprimand for failing to return her keys at the end of the year … Continued
11:00 am Tell CPUC: Keep Solar Growing! @ TBA
Tell CPUC: Keep Solar Growing! @ TBA
Dec 1 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Join a statewide day of rallies to save rooftop solar in California! So many of us resisted the Public Utilities Commission’s proposed attack on rooftop solar that they backed down—a little.  But their new proposal would still make it much harder for people who don’t currently have solar to get it. The revised proposal eliminates the planned fee that rooftop solar owners would have to pay for connection to the grid.  But new solar owners would still have to pay a $15/month “electrification charge.” And, like the previous proposal, the … Continued