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|01/21/2018||Sunday 1/21, 3-5:30PM
Sports Basement (1st floor conference room)
San Francisco, CA 94103
This past week ICE has arrested prominent immigrants rights leaders and raided nearly 100 7-Eleven stores nationwide. And now word has leaked of the biggest round of immigration raids yet -- with plans to arrest 1,500 people -- specifically targeting the Bay Area to go after sanctuary cities. This is a fascist, and very explicitly political assault.
This is really a "then they came for the immigrants" moment - the Bay Area has to say "NO!" in a lot of ways and through different expressions. Groups and and individuals need to come together, everyone needs to take part, with a spirit in line with the airport protests of last January.
Join us for an emergency mass meeting to respond to the ICE raids that are set to target immigrants in the Bay Area in the few weeks. THIS CANNOT BE ALLOWED TO GO DOWN. "First the came for the immigrants..." It is up to us to stop them! Let's discuss the situation and make plans for mass resistance.
In the name of humanity, we REFUSE to allow our brothers and sisters to be taken!
In the name of Humanity, We Refuse to Accept a Fascist America!This nightmare must end! The Trump/Pence regime must go!
FOR RAPID RESPONSE NOTIFICATIONS AND UPDATES FROM REFUSE FASCISM BAY AREA, TEXT 4HUMANITY TO 33222
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|02/01/2018||Transition Berkeley Film: Call of the Forest
Thursday, Feb. 1, 6:30 PM
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org
Transition Berkeley invites you a potluck dinner and film marking our seventh anniversary! Come help us celebrate and bring your visions for Transition Berkeleys future. How can we best inspire our community to action?
The beautiful film CALL of the FOREST The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees, features scientist and author Diana Beresford-Kroeger a renowned world visionary. She takes us on a journey from the sacred sugi and cedar forests of Japan to the great boreal forest of Canada explaining the legacy of old growth forests and their role in protecting and feeding the planet. She shows us that when we improve our profound connection to woodlands we can restore our spirit, our health and our planet.The film is provided courtesy of Alisa Rose Seidlitz and Stephanie Thomas.
Please bring a vegetarian plastic free dish to share for the potluck dinner at 6:30.
Sponsored by Transition Berkeley and BFUU Social Justice Committee.
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