Wednesday, September 30, 4 - 5 PM.
Black Lives Matter
See the police officer fire eight rounds
Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop!
Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop!
Watch Walter Scott crumple to the earth
See the officer saunter toward the lifeless
Fifty-year-old father of four
From Exhibit A - Buff Whitman-BradleyIf you would like to express your outrage over such shootings, you might wish to join the weekly #BlackLivesMatter vigil at the corner of
Thursday, October 1, 8:00 PM
Friday, October, 2, 1:00 PM
MPJC Presents…. POWER PRINCIPLE part 3
Part 3 of Power Principle uncovers the strategy of propaganda focusing on conditions that promote compliance. Repetition of dubiously accurate facts like “the Russians are coming, the Russians are coming”, eventually is swallowed as “true”. McNamara actually fell into the trap, believing that the Atomic War should begin sooner than later. Reversing this illogical thinking is our assignment as peace makers.
CMCM, Community Media Center of Marin, Channel #26 or AT&T 99 to view the film, or watch live via the web at http://cmcm.tv/livecommunity
Supported by the Social Justice Center of Marin
Saturday, October 10, 6:00 PM
Deb Hubsmith’s Celebration of Life Memorial
Please join family and friends for Deb Hubsmith’s Celebration of Life Memorial on Saturday October 10, at 6:00 PM in Mill Valley, California. Together we will celebrate our beloved Deb’s life, which will include videos, slide shows, stories, sharings, songs, a live band (and DJ music until midnight). Please come in comfortable casual/dance clothing and be ready to dance. Deb really wants all of us to dance at this event!
This will be an organic vegetarian potluck. Please bring your favorite dish (appetizers, main course, desserts, etc.). Please label your food with ingredients (indicate if it is vegan or gluten-free) and put your name on your dishes/serving utensils, etc. as there will be LOTS of potluck dishes and we want you to go home with your plates, etc. If you are coming in from out of town, there are two Whole Foods stores in Mill Valley where you can purchase organic vegetarian food for your potluck contribution.
Mill Valley Community Center
180 Camino Alto
Mill Valley, California
Thursday, October 15, 1:30 - 3:30 PM
Housing is a Human Right!
The dignified fight for homes in Mexico City and beyond (MARIN)
with Enrique Reynoso of the Frente Popular Francisco Villa Independiente (FPFVI)
and Ervin Lopez of the Mexico Solidarity Network
Enrique Reynoso of Mexico City's Frente Popular Francisco Villa Independiente (FPFVI), also known as “los Panchos.” The Panchos bring together tens of thousands of people who occupy land and build thriving, autonomous communities in the heart of one of the world's grittiest cities. They do this without allying with any political party and by going beyond narrow housing demands to promote urban self-government, community safety, and autonomous education, culture, and health. The Panchos are an amazingly inspiring example of people power, and Enrique will share their story, lessons, and dreams.
Sponsored by VIDA, the Vasconcellos Institue for Democracy in Action
-Here's an article that describes everyday life in the FPFVI's communities.
-Here is a letter by Raul Zibechi on Zapatismo and the FPFVI.
-Here's a short video showing the Panchos' work and comparing it to the Occupy movement.
-And here is a flyer, including a photo of our compa Enrique.
Campus Center Conference Rooms A and B 1:30-3:30 PM
De Anza College