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THURSDAY 2

Violence in Mexico

How does the war on drugs perpetuate violence in Mexico, and what can be done? Juan Fraire Escobedo, an activist from Ciudad Juarez, will discuss the human cost of the drug war, militarism, and human trafficking.

7 p.m., $5-$10 donation

Eric Quezada Center

518 Valencia, SF

(510) 282 8983

 

SATURDAY 4

No war on Iran

The ANSWER coalition leads a march and rally demanding "No war on Iran, no sanctions, no intervention, no assassinations." Dozens of demonstrations around the country will protest the threat of war on Iran.

Noon, free

Powell and Market, SF

www.answercoalition.org/national/news/no-war-on-iran.html

 

SUNDAY 5

Situationists and the Occupy Movement

Author of "The Joy of Revolution" and celebrated translator Ken Knabb discusses links between the Occupy movement and the Situationists, the revolutionary group that influenced the Paris uprisings of May 1968.

10:30 a.m., free

Niebyl-Proctor Library

6501 Telegraph, Oakl

www.marxistlibr.org


MONDAY 6

LGBTQ Singing Class

The first day of a series of singing workshops, taught in a supportive space for LGBTQ individuals and their allies. The class will focus on solo singing with one group song. Glitter optional but highly encouraged.

6:30 p.m., $25

Women's Building

3584 18th St., SF

www.eliconley.com/singing-classes.html

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