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(located seven blocks from Civic Center BART and on or near the #19, 31, 47, 48 & 49 Muni bus lines.)
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- August 28, September 25, October 23 — FSP Fourth Friday Forums
- September 25, 7:00 PM — The Friedrichs Case: War on Labor & Public Services
August 28, September 25, October 23
FSP Fourth Friday Forums
Friday, August 28, 7:00 PM: Why Confront Ultra-Right Bigots? When anti-Jewish, white supremacist groups announce a rally or commit blatant racist acts, pundits often advise the public to “just ignore them” as a lunatic fringe. Meet two unionists who believe that mobilizing our communities to stand up and show unity in action is key to burying neo-fascists. Toni Mendicino demonstrated against the Klan when they rallied in support of the confederate flag July 18 in South Carolina. Daryle Washington protested a noose hanging in his San Francisco workplace at Recology. Nancy Reiko Kato, who was also in Columbia, S. Carolina, will present a slideshow of the demo against the KKK.
September 25—The Friedrichs Case: An Attack on Labor and California Teachers Unions October 23—The Revolutionary Legacy of Leon Trotsky
Doors open at 6:30 PM. Door donation $3, snack plates ($6). Sliding scale and work exchanges available. For more information call 415-864-1278, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, September 25, 7:00 PM
The Friedrichs Case: War on Labor & Public Services
The US Supreme Court lawsuit Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association is part of the 1% agenda for belt-tightening and austerity. It seeks to destroy organized labor, the chief opponent of privatization and budget cuts to public services. Discuss how to mobilize to stop these (misnamed) “right-to-work” laws that drive down everyone’s standard of living. Speakers include Nancy Reiko Kato, UC public worker with AFSCME 3299 who is organizing to defeat Friedrichs, and Andy Libson, a Mission High School teacher with Educators for a Democratic Union and is an Executive Board member of United Educators of San Francisco.
Doors open 6:30pm. Door $3, Snack Plates $6, Sliding scale and work exchanges available. For info: 415-864-1278, baFSP@earthlink.net, socialism.com. On-site childcare available; to arrange childcare or work exchange, please call two days in advance
Next Friday Forum:
Oct. 23: Leon Trotsky—Revolutionary Ideas for a New Age
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