Occupy Sonoma County presents a teach-in on “Self and Other: Ways We Divide Ourselves From Other People.” The event takes place on Monday, January 22nd, at 7pm, at 467 Sebastopol Avenue in Santa Rosa. For details, call 707.877.6650.
The Berkeley Center for Social Medicine, and California Nurses Association, hold a panel discussion on "The Business of Disaster: Colonial Shock Doctrine and the Fight for Health Justice in Post-Maria Puerto Rico." The event takes place on Wednesday, January 24th, at 6:30pm, at 221 Kroeber Hall in U.C. Berkeley. For details, call 510.642.0813.
Historian and archivist Mr. Bill Doggett presents: “The Legacies of the Civil War on Race and Technology.” This event takes place on Wednesday, January 24th, at 6pm, at the Park Branch Library, 1833 Page Street in San Francisco. For details, call 415.355.5656.
The Paul Dresher Electro-Acoustic Band premieres Ned Rothenberg's improvised concerto, “Beyond C, The Living Earth Show,” with conductor Joel Davel. The concert takes place on Friday and Saturday, January 26th and 27th. Show time is 8pm at Z Space's Main Stage, at 450 Florida Street in San Francisco. For details, call 866.811.4111.
The African-American Family Support Group hosts a program from the Mental Health Association of Alameda County on how to help a family member. This event takes place on Saturday, January 27th, from 10am to 4pm, at the East Oakland Senior Center, at 9255 Edes Avenue in Oakland. PLEASE NOTE: Reservations are required. For details, call...
The Contemporary Jewish Museum presents “Family Art Bash: Enchant.” The event takes place on Sunday, January 28th, from 10am to 3pm, at 736 Mission Street in San Francisco. For details, call 415.655.7800.