|Tony Serra & Mary Ann Tenuto: So how’d you become an activist?|
|Date||Friday July 18|
|Time||7:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
|Import this event into your personal calendar.|
|Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists 1924 CEDAR ST. at Bonita (bet. Shattuck & MLK) 0.6 miles north of Berkeley BART. Buses: 15, 43, 7 or 9 to Cedar.|
Each month, one or more locally-based activists, in response to the question: So how’d you become an activist?, share their experiences and influences that helped them become effective forces for change.
This month, our speakers will be:
Tony Serra, who was well-known among activists even before he and and other radical lawyers teamed up to win the Judi Bari-Darryl Cherney lawsuit against the FBI and the Oakland Police.
Mary Ann Tenuto, director of the Chiapas Support Committee, which has organized numerous group visits to Zapatista communities in Chiapas and has raised a large amount ot material aid for those communities.