Venezuela: who benefits from the crisis?

February 25, 2019

Last weekend, humanitarian aid was blocked at the border between Venezuela and Colombia. With the support of Donald Trump, as well as Emmanuel Macron, Juan Guaido proclaimed himself president in place of Nicolas Maduro. Is this conservative up-and-comer a defender

Oakland Teachers Strike to Defend Public Education

February 24, 2019

Oakland schools are under attack and teachers, students and parents are fighting back. The Oakland Unified School District claims that it doesn’t have enough money to provide even the most basic education for the young people of Oakland. Those who

An Attack on Education is an Attack on Us All!

February 24, 2019

Oakland schools are under attack and teachers, students and parents are fighting back. The Oakland Unified School District claims that it doesn’t have enough money to provide even the most basic education for the young people of Oakland. Those who

Tolerance?! (March 16, 7PM)

February 24, 2019

Flyer as PDF Facebook Event Page Tolerance?! Saturday, March 16th, 7PM(Doors open at 6:30PM)South Berkeley Senior Center2939 Ellis St, Berkeley What happens when Rosie the Riveter meets #MeToo? Tolerance?! is a one-woman show written and performed by Kathleen Denny. It

U.S. Government – Hands Off Venezuela

February 18, 2019

With his typical arrogant attitude, Donald Trump announced his support for Venezuelan National Assembly President Juan Guaidó, a leader of the Venezuelan opposition who has declared himself the President of Venezuela against the recently elected government of Nicolas Maduro. Venezuela

Taking matters into our own hands!

February 18, 2019

This weekend was the three-month anniversary of the yellow jackets fight with Macron and his government. Once again, large demonstrations disproved all those in the government and the media who keep repeating that the movement is dying down. Well, it

Black History Month—What Should We Celebrate?

February 6, 2019

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Black unemployment rate fell to 5.9 percent in November, tying a record low hit in May 2018. What do these numbers mean? First, there is unemployment because this society doesn’t provide