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February 2015 Events

Feb. 28th 2015 - Saturday

San Francisco

SPAGHETTI DINNER FOR THE 99 PERCENT

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

First Unitarian Universalist Center

1187 Franklin Street

(corner Geary Blvd)

San Francisco
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Unitarian Universalists for Peace & Justice-San Francisco invite you...


4th Annual Dinner and Program to celebrate our work for the past year, and to hear about future efforts. 

Our featured speakers are renowned in their special areas of justice endeavors.  In addition to a delicious gluten-free spaghetti dinner, this evening will be fun and educational!  The local activists to be honored will be announced on February 10th!

JOHN A. POWELL, UC Berkeley Professor of Law and African American studies speaking on aspects of the Black Lives Matter movement;

TOM AMMIANO, former San Francisco State Assemblyman and political commentator;

Local activists working for racial and economic justice, civil liberties and the rights of the earth.

Donation $20 - No one turned away for lack of funds - Wheelchair accessible
Tickets Here  or call 415-595-7306

Sponsored by Unitarian Universalist for Peace & Justice-San Francisco

 

More Info HERE

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March 2015 Events

Mar. 7th 2015 - Saturday

Santa Rosa

Community Forum: Raise the Wage Floor Across the Bay Area!

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Christ Church United Methodist

1717 Yulupa Ave.

Santa Rosa
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Guest Speakers:

GORDON MAR
San Francisco Jobs with Justice Executive Director
      
LOUISE AUERHAHN
Director of Economic and Workforce Policy, Working Partnerships USA (San Jose)
 
BRIAN O'NEILL
Community Political Coordinator, SEIU 521
 
MARIA GUILLEN
SEIU 1021 activist and Jobs with Justice;
Executive Board, San Francisco Labor Council


Guest speakers and Sonoma County Living Wage Coalition representatives will discuss San Francisco's $15 city-wide minimum wage passed in 2014, Santa Clara County's approval of a $19 living wage ordinance in 2014, and the status of our living wage campaign in Sonoma County.

Discussion from 9:30 a.m. to noon.
Doors open at 9 a.m.

Free coffee and bagels.

Spanish interpretation available.

 

Sponsored by: North Bay Jobs with Justice, North Bay Labor Council, North Bay Organizing Project, Sierra Club, Sonoma County Conservation Action

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