January 27 2020

DAVID TALBOT

Between Heaven and Hell: The Story of My Stroke

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Between Heaven and Hell is a Powerful reminder of how a major health crisis can positively alter one’s identity and shift one’s perspective on life itself.


January 29 2020

MONEY FOR AIDS, NOT WAR

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Veterans of the “Money for AIDS, Not for War” movement invite you to a lecture to discuss direct action as well as connections between war spending and social crises.  This Shaping San Francisco lecture takes place Wednesday, January 29th from 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM at the Eric Quezada Center, 518 Valencia Street in San Francisco....


February 1 2020

SICK PLANT CLINIC

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The UC Berkeley Botanical Garden hosts its monthly Sick Plant Clinic, where entomologists will be available to identify the pests living in your plants. The event takes place Saturday, February 1st from 9AM–noon at 200 Centennial Drive in Berkeley. For details, call 510-643-2755.


February 1 2020

HEALTHY PARKS, HEALTHY PEOPLE

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“Healthy Parks, Healthy People,” invites you to a nature walk to explore the city’s natural areas while socializing with new friends, feeling fit, and finding new inspiration in the city’s native plants and wildlife. The walk takes place Saturday, February 1st from 10 AM to 12 PM at Stow Lake by the Boathouse in Golden...


February 1 2020

BRAXTON IN THE BAY

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Braxton in the Bay celebrates the music, life and enduring influence of visionary composer, bandleader, multi-instrumentalist and musical thinker Anthony Braxton in a concert of his music. The Concert is Saturday February 1st at 8:30PM at 511 48th Street in Oakland.  For details, call 510-923-1074.


February 1 2020

ART & ARTIFACTS

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Rua’h Community Outreach presents the 9th Annual Black History Art & Artifacts Exhibit.  The exhibit takes place Saturday, February 1 through Wednesday, February 8.  The opening reception on February 1 starts at 2pm.  The exhibit happens at 3415 Oakley Road in Antioch.  For details, call 925.787.4827.


February 2 2020

HOW WE WIN

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Activist, sociologist, George Lakey, and author Kazu Haga, facilitate a workshop on, “How We Win,” to give details about how to achieve needed social change. The workshop takes place Sunday, February 2nd at 2:30 PM at 1924 Cedar Street in Berkeley. For details, call (510) 500-7853.


February 4 2020

PETER JAN HONIGSBERG

A Place Outside the Law: Forgotten Voices From Guantanamo

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Peter Jan Honigsberg, offers the most comprehensive picture to date of the lives that were deeply and often traumatically transformed by Guantanamo. 


February 27 2020

CODE RED: How Progressives & Moderates Can Unite to Save Our Country

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Will progressives and moderates feud while America burns? Or will they take advantage of the greatest opportunity since the New Deal Era to strengthen American democracy, foster social justice, and turn back the threats of the Trump Era?