The Supreme Court – Not About Justice for Us

September 30, 2018

Last week the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually attacked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford when they were in high school. Prior to the hearing three other women accused him of sexual

Lessons from the 1960’s (Friday, Oct. 19, 6:30pm, Berkeley)

September 26, 2018

Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible! Lessons from the 1960s Friday, October 19th at 6:30pm Berkeley City College, Room 51 2050 Center St., Berkeley (near Downtown Berkeley BART) A panel of international activists discussing lessons from the 1960s: George Katsiaficas: A

To fight unemployment… cry against the unemployed?

September 24, 2018

The government unveiled the outlines of the coming reform of unemployment benefits. “Everything is open for negotiation” says the Minister for Labour… as long as this results in an additional €3-4 billion in savings within three years. All possible reforms

Revolutionary University Fall 2018 (Oct 12-14)

September 24, 2018

Tools for Changing Society Welcome to three days of presentations and discussions aimed at helping us understand our current conditions and the problems that are created by this system of capitalism. Our goal is to not only examine the challenges

Nike: Just Do It for the Profit

September 17, 2018

Nike recently released an ad narrated by former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The ad has been viewed over 25 million times on YouTube. After its release, major news companies aired video footage of people burning Nike shoes, exaggerating the opposition

September 2018 (Monthly)

September 11, 2018

Rising Up Behind Bars – National Prisoners’ Strike Back to School – We Need to Fight for Good Schools for All! Climate Change: Their System is Not Normal Lead in Our Water: Poisoning the Poor Film Review: Sorry to Bother

Rising Up Behind Bars – National Prisoners’ Strike

September 11, 2018

On August 21, prisoners in 17 different states launched a prison strike against the brutal conditions and state violence directed primarily against the poor and minorities. Prisoners are refusing to work or eat for the 19 days of the strike.

Climate Change: Their System is Not Normal

September 11, 2018

While the summer fires blazed throughout California, burning over 600,000 acres and destroying thousands of homes, Governor Jerry Brown said: “We’re in a new normal.” It’s true that the scale of these fires is new mainly since climate change has

Lead in Our Water: Poisoning the Poor

September 11, 2018

In the spring of 2016, reports showed that schools in Newark, New Jersey had high levels of lead in their water. But besides shutting off contaminated water outlets and supplying some filters, that was it – there was no further

Film Review: Sorry to Bother You

September 11, 2018

Capitalism is a system that forces people into roles they wouldn’t otherwise choose, just to make money. Workers talk, act, and follow rules set down by the boss whose agenda is money-making overall. Writer and director Boots Riley’s Sorry to

Global Warming Is Here – Our Future Is At Stake

September 3, 2018

Gov. Jerry Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco Sept. 12-14 is another show by politicians and powerful people to pretend to find solutions for massive climate change. Global warming and Climate Disruption Global Warming – Heat: This July