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|A Classified Discussion Group|
|Date||Monday May 07|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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Modern Times Bookstore
888 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
|Organizer/Author||Modern Times Bookstore|
|office [at] moderntimesbookstore.com|
Monday, May 7 7:00
Monday, May 21 7:00
Monday, June 4 7:00
Open to all, join us for this three-part book discussion of Classified: How to Stop Hiding Your Privilege and Use It For Social Change. Part 1 of the series covers the first half of the book and candid group discussion of the issues it raises. After reading the second half of this book, Part 2 opens discussion to concrete steps toward taking responsibility for a privileged class experience while working toward social change. Finally, in Part 3 we join to discuss lifting the book’s insights from the pages and putting them to good use.
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MODERN TIMES IS WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, AND AT MODERN TIMES UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.
10% OF EVENTS BOOKS SALES DONATED TO
People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights
Modern Times will now be donating 10% of the total sales on all events books for each events period to community organizations.
Every other month, Modern Times Bookstore will choose a community organization working towards social justice in San Francisco’s Mission District to both receive donations and to spotlight in out Event Calendar and Press Release. For the duration of May and June, Modern Times will be collecting money to donate towards the activities of PODER: People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights.
PODER is a grassroots, environmental justice organization based in San Francisco’s Mission District. PODER’s mission is to organize with Mission residents to work on local solutions to issues facing low income communities and communities of color. PODER believes that improvements to our neighborhood must be made through collective social action to bring about social, economic and environmental justice.