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January 2022

Petition: Act Now for Climate Justice

January 25 - February 25

The communities at greatest risk from climate change are those least responsible for causing it. Extreme heat and drought, storms, floods, and mudslides — the impacts of climate change are here, and they’re exacerbating already-dire humanitarian emergencies around the world. Mercy Corps works with communities deeply affected by the climate crisis, supporting resilience and adaptation for millions of people in countries around the world. From enabling climate-smart livelihoods to reducing flood risk, our work centers the needs and opportunities of…

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February 2022

Multicultural Democracy and The Place of Reparations

February 28 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Zoom Event

In Celebration of Black History Month Monday, Feb. 28, 2022 | 6:30p - 7:30p Zoom Link | Join us for this event: Professor Charles Henry as he speaks on Multicultural Democracy and The Place of Reparations Dr. Henry, Professor Emeritus of African American Studies at the University of California at Berkeley, holds a doctorate in political science from the University of Chicago. Henry has published nine books and over eighty articles on race and politics, public policy, and human…

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March 2022

International Women’s Day March | Women’s Humanity & Rights!

March 8 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sproul Plaza U. C Berkeley, 1 Cross-Sproul Path, Berkeley, CA 94720
Berkeley, CA 94720 United States
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  The Supreme Court stands poised to gut and very possibly overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that established the right of women to abortion. A decision is expected by late Spring. This comes on top of hundreds of restrictions that effectively deny this essential right to huge numbers of women already. This could trigger more than 20 states to immediately ban or severely restrict abortion. The attack on abortion rights is part of a patriarchal Christian fascist…

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Go Blue ’22—The Berkeley Democratic Club’s Gala

March 12 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cornerstone Berkeley, 2367 Shattuck Ave
Berkeley, CA 94704
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$50 – $500

You're invited to attend the Berkeley Democratic Club Gala on Jan. 22, 2022, 6-8 pm.
All politics is local politics, and the struggle ahead of us starts right here at home. The Berkeley Democratic Club is the oldest Democratic Club in Alameda County, and the oldest Democratic Club in California still active today. Founded in 1934 to support Upton Sinclair's inspiring campaign for Governor as part of his movement to End Poverty In California (EPIC), we're proud to champion Democratic causes locally and abroad. Berkeley is the birthplace of the Free Speech Movement. Berkeley was a home location for the Black Panther Party's revolutionary stand against police brutality and poverty in African American communities throughout the United States. It's our civic duty to carry these traditions forward and fight for equality, justice, and environmental sustainability in our backyard so that Berkeley can continue to shine as a beacon of effective, progressive Democratic governance.
Purchase your Gala ticket $50.00 - $500.00:

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April 2022

goBerkeley SmartSpace Parking Pilot

April 12 - May 1

The goBerkeley SmartSpace parking pilot project is exploring ways to reduce emissions and avoidable parking citations associated with the “two-hour shuffle,” improve parking availability, and provide more travel options for residents, employees, and visitors in the Southside/Telegraph and Elmwood neighborhoods.  This Online Open House contains information about how parking is currently managed in the two pilot areas and presents potential changes that could be studied during the pilot period. Based on community feedback received in fall 2021, the City is…

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