Join the Oakland Solidarity Unit for an evening of community discussion, and report back from Ferguson. Skype Q&A directly with folks from Ferguson. Multimedia presentation: photography, video and interviews with the people of Missouri. Friday, October 3, 2014 Qilombo 2313 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, CA 94612 7- 9pm light refreshments provided 56687
To the Members and Officers, International Longshore & Warehouse Union, ILWU Local 10, 400 North Point Street, San Francisco, CA 94133. Re: Message of Solidarity. The Liverpool Dockworkers both past and present salute the actions of Local 10 and the Oakland Community Picket, taken against the Israeli government controlled Zim Line vessels. Furthermore their magnificent actions strike a blow against the Israel apartheid regime for their continued massacre and destruction of Gaza. For far too long people in power have turned a blind eye to the Israeli slaughter of innocent Palestinian men, women and children, now we are seeing the … Continued
Einstein, the dog who would be Mayor, will officially announce his unofficial candidacy for Mayor on the steps of City Hall Thursday, October 2nd, at 10:00 AM. Human-centric bias in election law does not allow Einstein to register as an official candidate, but that has never stopped a canine as dogged as Einstein before, and it won’t stop him now. With a more detailed platform and governing philosophy than most of the Mayoral candidates, why not vote for Einstein? Ranked choice voting allows you to vote for Einstein as your … Continued
Hong Kong Occupy Activists (aka Occupy Central) At the Center of Massive Protests Against New Chinese Anti-Democratic Policies.
Tens of thousands have been on the streets of Hong Kong since Wednesday, enduring tear gas and riot police. They are protesting the chipping away of the freedoms the Chinese government guaranteed them in 1997 when the expiration of a 100 year lease changed Hong Kong from being a British colony to part of China. In particular, a series of election law proposed changes that would give the Chinese government control over who was an acceptable candidate to run for office are at the center of the protests. It is … Continued
The Zim Shanghai was successfully blocked from being unloaded in Oakland, beginning on Saturday morning, September 27th, with pickets continuing into the 2nd shift on Saturday evening. Very, very early on Sunday morning, with the threat of another picket beginning at 5:00 AM, the Zim Shanghai left San Francisco Bay and, at this writing, is steaming south on its way to Los Angeles, some miles out in the Pacific off Half Moon Bay. Zim Shanghai has now left berth 57, turned round, and heading west to. ?? Another berth? The … Continued