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Gaza Solidarity Teach-In 🍉 Laney College Ethnic Studies Dept., Dec. 6, 4:30 - 6pm

Please join the Laney College Ethnic Studies Department for a Gaza Solidarity Teach-In

 • Wednesday, December 6th
 • 4:30pm-6:00pm in E-211 at Laney College. 

There will be a panel to discuss the current situation in Gaza and the movement to demand a cease fire and demilitarization. 

There will be panelists representing:
AROC: Arab Resource and Organizing Center
Jewish Voice for Peace
General Union of Palestinian Students
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TEACH-IN: "Securing Our Future: What Will it Take?" (housing, public education)- April 19, 12pm

JOIN a free public discussion hosted by the Laney College Chapter of the Poor People's Campaign about solving the housing crisis and getting quality public schools in all neighborhoods. The discussion will focus on Oakland and CA, but is applicable around the country

TEACH IN: WED., 4/19 at 12-3 pm on Zoom
Theme: Securing Our Future: What Will it Take?
Register: https://peralta-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrduyoqDsjGd3uKvIb49M9FH9AKKXyUuyE#/registration

The Poor People’s Campaign is a continuation of the work that Dr. Martin Luther King and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference started in 1967. Rev. Dr. King said what good is it to desegregate lunch counters when people can’t afford to buy their lunch? Rev. Dr. King and the multi-ethnic coalition of leaders from the Puerto Rican movement, the Mexican American Movement, the movement of poor Whites in Appalachia and the American Indian movement wanted to hold the federal government accountable to solve the problem of poverty and inequality.

Still today, poverty kills people every day in the richest country ever to exist.

Hosted by the Laney Poor People’s Campaign and co-sponsored by Associated Students of Laney College, Umoja-UBAKA, Puente, the Latinx Center, the Women’s Economic Agenda Project and the California Poor People’s Campaign.

Speakers include:
Member of the unhoused community being evicted from Wood St.
Homeless Laney students
Moms 4 Housing
Mike Hutchinson (Oakland School Board member who helped reverse planned school closings)
UC Graduate student who participated in labor strike to afford housing
Members of the Poor People’s Campaign
And more!

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Laney College Housing Rights & Mental Health Teach-In, April 20

🏠HOUSING & MENTAL HEALTH🧘‍♂️☮️ - People Need Both -- Join Laney College's Poor People's Campaign for a Teach-In to Learn More

HOUSING RIGHTS & MENTAL HEALTH: Wednesday, 4/20 🕔5-7pm!
👉Registration link 🔗
More info: humanrights1@icloud.com

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Laney College Voting Rights (virtual) Teach-In, April 18


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Laney College Film Screening of 1948:Creation & Catastrophe w/ Filmmakers

JOIN Laney College's Poor People's Campaign for a Documentary📽️FILM Screening about the Creation of the State of Israel that Resulted in the Catastrophe of the Palestinian Nation. 1948: Creation & Catastrophe screens in person & virtually on 🗓️April 13th @ 11am 🕚 followed by Q & A with the filmmakers

1️⃣-Hour Discussion (🕧12:30pm - 1:30pm) includes additional panelists: National SJP & AROC: Arab Resource & Organizing Center

🔴More info: http://1948movie.com

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