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July 2017

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07/06/2017 Al Franken, US Senator (D-MN) & Author of Al Franken, Giant of the Senate

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2017  12:00 PM(
Schultz Cultural Hall, Oshman Family JCC
3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto

Price:
General: $20 Members; $27 Non-Members;
Premium: $50 Members & $57 Non-Members (Includes a copy of book and priority seating)


How did an award-winning comedian defy the odds and get elected to public office? Hear more about Sen. Frankens journey as he shares behind the scenes moments of his foray into politics and working in Washington DC.

Sen. Franken has represented the state of Minnesota since 2009. He serves on several committees including the Judiciary, Energy and Natural Resources, Indian Affairs, and Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions. Before entering the political scene, Sen. Franken was a popular Saturday Night Live writer and featured player, comedian, and radio talk show host.


http://www.commonwealthclub.org/events/2017-07-06/senator-al-franken
07/06/2017 Screening of : The Smog of the Sea

Thursday, July 6, 6:30 PM  9:00 PM

Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org

Please join us for a film screening of Smog of the Sea, followed by a discussion with San Franciscos Senior Commercial Zero Waste Coordinator, Jack Macy, who will share info about local efforts to reduce single use plastics. Smog of the Sea follows the crew of @5Gyres SEA change research expedition, as they discover that the great ocean garbage patch is actually a fog of microplastics  trillions of barely visible shards  permeating the worlds oceans. The crew includes renowned surfers Keith & Dan Malloy, musician Jack Johnson, spearfisher woman Kimi Werner, and bodysurfer Mark Cunningham. Using sparkling underwater cinematography and live-action footage of the crews research, Smog of the Sea makes an artful call to action for rethinking single-use plastic.
You are invited to meet and greet at 6:30. Please bring healthy snacks to share if you can. The film will begin at 7:00 and discussion will follow. Co-Sponsors: Transition Berkeley, The Ecology Center and BFUUs Social Justice Committee. This event is part of The Ecology Center series for Plastic-Free July: http://ecologycenter.org/plastic-free-july/

For more info: info@transitionberkeley.com
website: http://www.transitionberkeley.com

This event is co-sponsored by Transition Berkeley and BFUU's Social Justice Ctee.
Suggested donation $5-$20. No one turned away.
Wheelchair accessible.

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07/07/2017 On Friday, July 7, 2017 8:30-9:30 pm:
In the plaza in front of the federal courthouse, 1301 Clay Street, Oakland

The Orwell Gobo Project will celebrate George Orwell's 1984 with gobo projection onto the federal courthouse.

Trumps a liar, but its worse than that. He thinks in Doublethink, tweets in Newspeak, and throws inconvenient facts down the memory hole.

Live Music and Dance by Bandelion!
07/09/2017 Party for a Potty! Benefit for FTCFTH and FNB

Sunday, July 9, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org

Why the Potty? If you were homeless, you would know. First They Came For The Homeless and Food Not Bombs will unite to hold a joint benefit at BFUU featuring music, dancing, juggling, poetry, politics, and a performance of shadow puppetry. FTCFTH fights for the right of homeless people to create and defend their own communities. It operates a drug-and-alcohol-free camp at the intersection of Ashby and MLK, between the signs reading HERE and THERE. Food Not Bombs has been cooking and distributing food to people in need for 35 years. Volunteers appreciated!

Sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Ctee, Food Not Bombs, and First They Came for the Homeless.

Suggested donation $5-$20. No one turned away.
Wheelchair accessible.

Ph:510-275-4272

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07/13/2017 Screening of: The River Ran Red

Thursday, July 13, 7:00 PM

Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org

The violence that erupted at Carnegie Steels giant Homestead mill near Pittsburgh on July 6, 1892, caused a congressional investigation and trials for treason, motivated a nearly successful assassination attempt on Frick, contributed to the defeat of President Benjamin Harrison for a second term, and changed the course of the American labor movement. This film is gripping account of the summer of 1892, in which a bitter conflict erupted at the Carnegie Works in Homestead, Pennsylvania. The nations largest steel maker took on its most militant labor union, with devastating consequences for American workers. Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick head a fascinating cast of characters, which includes 300 armed Pinkerton guards and the would-be anarchist assassin, Alexander Berkman. This American tragedy still resonates 125 years later, especially in communities hard hit by the decline of heavy industry and labors diminishing clout.
Also, labor singer Jimmy Kelly will lead a sing-along song salute to Woody Guthrie, the dustbowl balladeer.

Sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Ctee and LaborFest 2017 as part of our Conscientious Projector series.

Suggested donation $5-$20. No one turned away.
Wheelchair accessible.

For more info, contact: laborfest@laborfest.net or call: 415-642-8066

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07/13/2017 China's Rise: From Farms to Cities

World Affairs Auditorium
312 Sutter Street, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
415-293-4600

In just a couple decades China has grown from a largely agrarian society to the worlds second largest economy. How has China managed to lift more than half of its population out of poverty and become one of the most prosperous countries in the world?

Sharing insights from his recent book, Bradley M. Gardner shows how the migration of 260 million people from Chinas rural countryside to its giant cities transformed the nation. He draws on his extensive experience as a journalist and researcher working in China to explain how the largest economic migration in the history of the world transformed China into the industrial powerhouse it is today.

SPEAKER:

Bradley Gardner
Research Fellow, Independent Institute; Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Department of State

World Affairs Members Free
Non-member $20.00
Student $7.00

More details: http://www.worldaffairs.org/events/event/1740#.WUmwZ-srIdU
07/14/2017 Join us at a hackathon to support and defend womens health, happiness, and safety powered by We Persist, Tech Stands Up, and ThoughtWorks.

https://www.hacktivists-unite.org/hackathons/

Nonprofit partners including Equal Rights Activists, Girls Learn International, and Women's Centers International will present challenges with real, immediate impacts on the rights and happiness of women.

Anyone can attend a Hacktivists Unite hackathon. All races, religions, genders, sexual orientations, and political persuasions are welcome. Everyone can contribute to the conversation and create change.
07/15/2017 THE TRUMP/PENCE REGIME MUST GO! National Day of Protest
7/15, 2pm
UN Plaza (Civic Center BART)

To all who agonize and rage at what's being done to the people, protest and demand: THE TRUMP/PENCE REGIME MUST GO! In the Name of Humanity, We REFUSE to Accept a Fascist America!

Only the people acting together in the streets and public square can force this demand before the world. Should we fail to do so, the future and values we aspire to could be brutally cut short by the actions of the Trump/Pence regime.

The Trump/Pence government has been step by step criminalizing dissent and bludgeoning the truth with worse to come. Stripping away basic rights and the rule of law is at the core of fascism. Group after group is demonized and targeted along a trajectory leading to real horrors. We must not let this be normalized. History has shown that fascism must be stopped before it becomes too late.

July 15th must be a day when every person, every group religious, community, service, political organization all who feel the tremendous threat to humanity posed by the Trump/Pence regime  stand together showing the world that people here are determined that this regime must go ¬ in two years or four, but now.

On July 15, with conviction and courage, overcoming fear and uncertainty, we will act together to resist and say NO!& Not for ourselves alone, but in the name of humanity.

https://www.facebook.com/events/287223228415418/

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07/18/2017 For-Profit Punishment? The Private Prison Question (with Shane Bauer and Alysia Santo

On July 18, were hosting For-Profit Punishment? The Private Prison Question. Joining us will be Shane Bauer, senior reporter at Mother Jones and co-author of A Silver Light, and Alysia Santo, staff reporter at the Marshall Project, who will offer their takes on the state of the American criminal justice system and for-profit prisons.

Get tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/for-profit-punishment-the-private-prison-question-tickets-34086926916?aff=EvenCalenders

WHEN: Tue, July 18, 2017 at 6:30 PM

WHERE: 555 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94102

WHO:
- Shane Bauer, Senior Reporter, Mother Jones; Co-Author, A Sliver of Light
- Alysia Santo, Staff Reporter, the Marshall Project
- Mina Kim, News Anchor and Friday's "Forum" Host, KQED-Moderator
- Additional Panelists TBA

For more information, contact aaissi@commonwealthclub.org or call (415)597-6719.
07/20/2017 The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs: Prospects for the American Dream?

World Affairs
312 Sutter St., Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
415-293-4600

The American dream used to be founded on the goal of finding a good, stable job to spend the majority of ones career  but this is no longer the norm. Companies no longer offer the same level of job security, regular pay increases, guaranteed pensions, robust health benefits and other social benefits as they did in the past.

Senior Advisor and former Executive Director at the Drucker Institute, Rick Wartzmans recent book, "The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America" chronicles the erosion of the relationship between major American businesses and their workers. Have these new workplace practices decreased morale and productivity? How can America revitalize its middle class? What is the new American Dream?

SPEAKER:
Rick Wartzman
Senior Advisor and Former Executive Director, The Drucker Institute

World Affairs Members Free
Non-member $20.00
Student $7.00

Details at: http://www.worldaffairs.org/events/event/1739#.WU1NJesrJhE
07/21/2017 Are We Being Spied on? The NSA and Mass Surveillance

World Affairs
312 Sutter St., Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
415-293-4600

Today, the NSA is one of the most powerful intelligence gathering agencies in the world. But at what point does the agency's mass surveillance programs amount to an infringement on the democratic values it was created to defend? In an era when almost all of our communications are digital and all of our security threats are global, what expectations of privacy are even reasonable? Is it possible to protect individual privacy without sacrificing the intelligence capabilities needed to keep the U.S. and our allies safe?

Timothy H. Edgar, a long-time civil liberties activist who worked inside both the Bush and Obama intelligence communities, argues that the only way to protect American's privacy is to do a better job of protecting everyone's privacy. What must be done to bring transparency, accountability, privacy and human rights protections into comprehensive programs of intelligence collection?

SPEAKER:
Timothy Edgar
Senior Fellow, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University

World Affairs Members Free
Non-member $20.00
Student $7.00

Details at: http://www.worldaffairs.org/events/event/1748?utm_source=politicaleventscalendar&utm_medium=eventlisting&utm_campaign=NSAandMassSurveillance
07/25/2017 Active Hope: What Must We Do Now?

Tuesday, July 25, 6:00 PM

Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org

Joanna Macy, Starhawk and Ahmed Salah present "Active Hope: What Must We Do Now?", with live music, organic vegetarian potluck dinner, and multiple rapid-fire presentations by environmental and social justice organizers.
Join us to explore ways to respond to these challenging times with love, compassion, and strategic activism. Let's get out of our silos and unify to create a powerful nonviolent force for change-- for all beings. Homemade pie sales will benefit Codepink Women for Peace. Event is a benefit for Ahmed Saleh, author of "You Are Under Arrest for Master Minding the Egyptian Revolution (A Memoir)", now living in SF after escaping brutal Egyptian repression. Book signing, information tables, opportunities for action and networking. 6 pm potluck dinner; 6:30 pm Program.

Sponsored by Codepink Golden Gate: https://www.facebook.com/CodepinkGoldenGate/

Suggested donation $10-$20. No one turned away.
Wheelchair accessible.

For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1439665376079919/

07/26/2017 Russia's Opposition Politics: Alexei Navalny for President

World Affairs
312 Sutter St., Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
415-293-4600

Few are likely to oppose Vladimir Putin in the 2018 Russian presidential elections. Yet potential challenger Alexei Navalny, who is a central figure in the opposition group's pro-democracy movement, is gaining momentum. How will they obtain political victory and what shifts might occur to overturn a legacy of corruption in Russia? What feasible changes can the opposition implement to serve all Russians?

Vladimir Ashurkov, executive director of the Anti-Corruption Foundation and close colleague of Alexei Navalny, will provide insight into the pro-democracy campaign, recent protests in Moscow and the many challenges facing the opposition movement.

SPEAKER:
Vladimir Ashurkov
Executive Director, Anti-Corruption Foundation

MODERATOR:
Carla Thorson
Senior Vice President, Programs, World Affairs

World Affairs Members Free
Non-member $20.00
Student $7.00

Details at: http://www.worldaffairs.org/events/event/1744?utm_source=politicaleventscalendar&utm_medium=eventlisting&utm_campaign=RussiaOpposition
07/27/2017 PDA-San Francisco presents a free public forum:
The Future of Work

While most progressives actively support workers' struggles for fair wages, decent working conditions and the right to organize, the inescapable fact is that the basic nature of work itself is changing radically, and will continue to do so in coming years. How are these changes affecting todays generations? How can progressives play a role in ensuring that human labor benefits everyone equally in a democratic society?

Speakers:

Peter Olney is retired Organizing Director of the ILWU, and was the Associate Director of the Institute for Labor and Employment at the University of California.

Matt Ranen is a scenario planning and strategy consultant helping clients understand and navigate future change and uncertainty.

Bill Sokol, is an attorney with Weinberg, Roger & Rosenfeld, representing unions in their labor relations with employers and members. He also teaches labor law at San Francisco State University.

Thursday, July 27 7:00 PM
Unitarian-Univesalist Center, Martin Luther King Room
1187 Franklin Street (at Geary) San Francisco.


07/27/2017 ENGAGING IN DEMOCRACY: SHORT FILMS & PANEL DISCUSSION

Thursday, July 27 at 6 PM - 7:30 PM
San Francisco Main Library, Koret Auditorium, 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

REGISTER: https://shortfilms2017.eventbrite.com/

Lately it's become abundantly clear that we must all work to protect and defend our democratic process.

You can help make democracy work. To learn how, join the League of Women Voters of San Francisco for an inspiring (and free!) film screening and panel discussion.

The evening will feature a series of short films by We The Voters that help us understand what is happening in our world. The films showcase urgent civic issues such as being an engaged citizen, voting, and running for office. After the films, a panel of local experts will share specific ways YOU can take action in the democratic process.

PANELISTS
" Kate Maeder, Women Get It Done
" David Moren, Generation Citizen
" Melissa Santos, Mi Familia Vota

The San Francisco Department of Elections will be onsite to help people register to vote.

This event is FREE to attend, but registration through Eventbrite IS requested: https://shortfilms2017.eventbrite.com/

The League of Women Voters of San Francisco is a nonpartisan nonprofit that encourages the informed and active participation of people in government. http://lwvsf.org

August 2017

Event Start DateEvent
08/03/2017 INFORUM at the Commonwealth Club is hosting a conversation with Jason Kander and his fight against voter suppression on August 3, and wed love to invite you, your organization, and your network to join us!

After recent elections, the right to cast a ballot has come under close scrutiny, and as the president of Let America Vote, Kander dedicates his time to combating state and national laws that disproportionately disenfranchise people based on their race, ethnicity, gender, age, or income. He was recently appointed to the Democratic National Conventions Commission on Protecting Democracy from the Trump Administration. Kander was elected Missouri Secretary of State in 2012 at the age of 31, making him the first millennial in the nation to be elected to statewide office.

Kander will be in conversation with California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, a fellow advocate of expanding voter registration and modernizing voter tools and technologies.


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/protect-the-vote-with-jason-kander-tickets-35157780869?aff=outreach61

When: Thursday, August 3, 2017; 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Where: The Commonwealth Club. 555 Post Street, San Francisco, 94102

What: Protect the Vote, with Jason Kander
08/09/2017 ENGAGE | The South Sudan Migration Story

World Affairs Auditorium
312 Sutter Street, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
415-293-4600

Imagine if you had no choice but to flee your country. Where would you go? How would you cope? What would you need to rebuild your life in exile? These are the questions that three million South Sudanese have had to ask themselves in the face an unrelenting civil war, famine, violence and persecution.

Join World Affairs as we examine this pressing global issue from both policy and human perspectives. Gabriel Akim, spokesperson for Rebuild South Sudan, Diana Essex-Lettieri, Deputy Director of Asylum Access, and Valentino Achak Deng, co-founder of the Valentino Achak Deng Foundation, will call upon their unique expertise and personal experience to shed light on what it means to be displaced from war-torn South Sudan.

SPEAKERS:

Valentino Achak Deng
Co-founder, Valentino Achak Deng Foundation

Gabriel Akim
Spokesperson, Rebuild South Sudan

Diana Essex-Lettieri
Deputy Director, Asylum Access

World Affairs Members Free
Non-member $20.00
Student $7.00

More details: http://www.worldaffairs.org/events/event/1743#.WWUOhoQrIdU
08/10/2017 Stanford Repertory Theaters 2017 Summer Festival
The Many Faces of Farce August 10  27, 2017

History repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as farce.

The famous observation by Karl Marx provides the inspiration for Stanford Repertory Theaters 2017 summer festival, The Many Faces of Farce, directed by SRT Associate Artistic Director Alex Johnson. Combining raucous performances of Chekhovs classic farces The Bear, The Proposal, and The Anniversary, with a cutting-edge piece based on Meyerholds 33 Swoons, SRT offers a summer of hilarity and relevance. When each day brings new nonsense from the Oval Office, SRT focuses on the point where political disaster and the joy of humor collide.

To complement these Chekhov classics, SRT presents a new piece based on 33 Swoons, the name that Vsevolod Meyerhold gave to his 1935 production of these same Chekhov plays in Stalins Moscow. Meyerhold dared to make his audiences laugh in spite of the censors claim that There is absolutely no place for satire in Soviet society. These same censors authorized the destruction of Meyerholds theater, his exile to Siberia, and his eventual assassination. SRTs version of 33 Swoons uses his story to question the role of comedy and censorship in our current political world. Mixing archival with contemporary material, 33 Swoons explores the interplay of tragedy and farce, struggle and laughter, in a way that would make even Marx take note.

Information and tickets at http://stanfordreptheater.com/ or phone (650) 725-5838
Press Contact: Julia Rosedale phone: 610-952-6637 email: stanfordrep@stanford.edu
08/10/2017 THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 2017  7:00 PM(

Richard Dawkins, Legendary Biologist, Provocateur & Author of Science in the Soul

Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway - Santa Clara, 95054

Price:
General: $20 Members; $30 Non-Members;
Premium: $50 Members; $60 Non-Members (Includes a copy of book and priority seating)
Students: $10 (with valid ID)

At a time when science appears to be under attack, Dawkins issues a passionate defense, insisting facts, empirical evidence and reason take center stage. With growing threats of irrationality and hostility, his plea for a return to sanity couldnt be more timely or urgent. Come hear more from the legendary biologist and provocateur as he challenges faulty logic, bad science and climate change deniers.

http://www.commonwealthclub.org/events/2017-08-10/richard-dawkins-science-soul

September 2017

Event Start DateEvent
09/05/2017 Inside the Iran Agreement: The Art of the Deal

World Affairs
312 Sutter St., Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
415-293-4600

President Trump once pledged to tear up the Iran nuclear agreement. Now, the world watches to see the fate of an agreement considered by some to be a pivotal victory in American foreign policy, and by others as a mistake.

Trita Parsi, the preeminent Middle East foreign policy expert who advised the Obama White House throughout the Iran talks, takes us behind the scenes to examine the negotiations. Will the Iran deal survive the Trump Presidency? Parsi provides a nuanced and thoughtful view of the agreement designed to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

SPEAKER:

Trita Parsi
President, National Iranian American Council

World Affairs Members Free
Non-member $20.00
Student $7.00

Details at: http://www.worldaffairs.org/events/event/1747?utm_source=politicaleventscalendar&utm_medium=eventlisting&utm_campaign=InsidetheIranAgreement
09/10/2017 The Sister District Project is organizing progressives in safe blue areas like the Bay Area to support Democrats in other areas so we can take back Congress and stop the Trump agenda.

But we arent waiting for next year. This year, we are targeting state races where Democrats can regain control, and all eyes are on Virginia.
Why Virginia?
--Virginia is the only Republican
controlled state with elections
this year.
--We only need to flip 17 of 100
seats to win Virginia. This is
possible now.
--Virginia Republicans have
extensively gerrymandered
districts so Republicans are in
safe seats for Congress. By
putting Virginias state
legislature in Democratic
hands, we can undo widespread
voter disenfranchisement.

This is where you come in! Sister District member Pete Perry, long time veteran of the wine industry, has organized a tasting of some of California's most respected pinot noir producers, with all proceeds dedicated to Democrats in Virginia. We will be sampling highly rated wines from distinctive appellations known for great pinot noir: Dutton Goldfield in Marin, Peay on the Sonoma Coast, Williams Selyem from the Russian River, and Coho in Carneros. These are rare wines from some of Californias best pinot producers that are not often available for tasting. In addition, Spottswoode Winery will provide their acclaimed sauvignon blanc as guests arrive. Wine will also be available for purchase.
Details:
Sunday, September 10th
5:00-7:00
Piedmont (address will be provided upon confirmation)
$85 per person donation to Virginia Democrats running for House of Delegates in November
2017 (not tax deductible). Higher level donations highly encouraged! To attend or get more information, please email sclayton.community@gmail.com and we will provide
donation instructions. We have a maximum of 25 seats, so don't delay!

09/27/2017 Ellen Pao: Resetting Silicon Valley

INFORUM at the Commonwealth Club is hosting Ellen Pao and Laura Weidman Powers. Ellen Pao sent shock-waves throughout Silicon Valley when she sued her former employer for workplace discrimination against women and other minority groups. Pao will share her experiences as a long-time entrepreneur, lawyer, angel investor, and activist advocating for diversity and inclusion in tech in her new book Reset: My Fight for Inclusion and Lasting Change.Laura Weidman Powers is the Co-Founder and CEO of Code2040, a nonprofit organization that builds pathways to educational, professional, and entrepreneurial success in technology for people of color, specifically Black and Latinxs.

Get tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ellen-pao-resetting-silicon-valley-tickets-36015022903?aff=calendars

WHEN: Wednesday, September 27, 2017; 5:30 PM Check-in, 6:30 PM Program

WHERE: Marines' Memorial Theatre, 609 Sutter St, San Francisco

WHO:
- Ellen Pao, Partner, Kapor Capital Investment; Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, the Kapor Center for Social Impact; Co-Founder, Project Include; Author, Reset: My Fight for Inclusion and Lasting Change

-Laura Weidman Powers, Co-Founder and CEO, Code2040

For more information, contact aaissi@commonwealthclub.org or call (415)597-6719.

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