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THURSDAY 12

What do radicals eat?

Eat and talk politics with fellow revolutionaries at this fundraiser for the International Socialist Organization and its causes — the movement to stop war and occupation, the fight against racism and immigrant scapegoating, and the struggle for the rights of workers, women, and the LGBTQ community.

5:30–7:30 p.m., free with dinner purchase

Sunrise Restaurant

3126 24th St., SFRead more »

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 4

 

Robert Reich lecture

Robert Reich — UC Berkeley professor of public policy, former U.S. secretary of labor, and best-selling author — asks the question, "Will corporate social responsibility stop a race to the bottom in labor standards?" Come hear what the man The Wall Street Journal called one of the "most influential business thinkers" has to say.Read more »

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By Jackie Andrews

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27

 

Benefit for Afrikanation Artists Organization

Support the mission of this Hargeysa-based NGO, which is to restore and support Somali art and culture through education and community outreach, with a delicious Senegalese dinner. The restaurant will donate part of the proceeds for much-needed art supplies in Somalia.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6

 

Considering death penalty

Join San Francisco for Democracy in a conversation about California's death penalty and various upcoming legislation on the issue. Speakers include Darryl Stalworth of Death Penalty Focus, and others to be announced.

7–9 p.m., free

Northern District Police StationRead more »

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23

 

Margaret Randall gets radical

Author, activist, and poet Margaret Randall talks with historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and reads from her book To Change the World: My Years in Cuba. Randall will discuss her life in Cuba during the 1970s and the relationship between women's liberation and other revolutionary movements. No need to get a sitter for this event — childcare is provided by request.

7–9 p.m., $15Read more »

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WEDNESDAY 16

Anarchist salon and potluck

Get together with other anticapitalist and establishment-challenging folk at this month's anarchist salon, a monthly gathering and conversation followed by a potluck social. This month's focus is on radical mental health and wellness.

7–-9:30 p.m., $2–$5 suggested donation

Station 40

3030B 16th St., SF

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WEDNESDAY 9

Rally for safety

The corner of Ellis and Ashby streets in Berkeley is one of the most dangerous corners in the city for pedestrians — averaging about one hit every 14 months. Furthermore, efforts to make it safer by installing flashing beacons and other improvements have only been met with bureaucratic red tape. Rally to demand that city transportation and Caltrans get it together and hasten this painfully slow process to make this corner safe.

7:45 a.m.–8:15 a.m., free

Malcolm X Elementary School

1731 Prince, Berk.Read more »