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Congress of the People, Social and Economic Justice for All

Saturday, June 06, 2015
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Event Type:
Karl Kramer
Location Details:
Redstone Labor Temple
2940 – 16th Street, San Francisco
(between/entre Mission and Valencia

Congress of the People
Congreso Popular

Social and Economic Justice for All
Regardless of Race or Immigration Status

Justicia Economica y Social para Todos
no importa su raza o estato legal

• Living Wage Jobs / Empleos con salarios dignos
• Universal Health Care / Seguro medico universal
• Affordable Housing / Viviendas de bajo costo
• Quality Public Education / Educación publica digna
• Progressive Taxation of Corporations and the Wealthy / Impuestos progresivos para los ricos y las corporaciones
• Sustainable Environment / Medio ambiente sostenible
• Peace and Self-determination / Paz y determinacíon de uno mismo

Join us for discussion of the Democracy Charter
submitted by Civil Rights Movement veteran Jack O’Dell
and development of a People’s Platform.

Únete a nosotros para una discusíon de una Carta de la Democracia ( por el Movimiento de Derechos Civiles veterano Jack O’Dell y el desarrollo de una Platforma Popular.

Saturday, June 6, 2015
sabado, 6 de junio, 2015
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. plenary sessions and workshops
9 a.m. a 6 p.m. sesiones plenarias y talleres
Redstone Labor Temple / Piedra Roja Templo Laboral
2940 – 16th Street, San Francisco
(between/entre Mission and Valencia Streets)

lunch provided – free admission – childcare with reservation
proveer almuerzo – entrada gratuita – cuidado de los niños con

9 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Plenary – opening
First floor theater

10 a.m. to 12 p.m. - Workshops

I. Affordable Housing and an End to Homelessness
II. Full Employment and Living Wage Jobs
III. Racial Equality, Human Rights, Immigrant Rights, Women’s Rights, and LGBT Rights
IV. Quality Public Education through College
V. International Solidarity and a New Foreign Policy of Peace,
Cooperation and Mutual Respect
VI. Health Care for All
VII. Social Security System with Integrity
VIII. Access to Healthy Food

12 p.m. to 1 p.m. – lunch

1 p.m. to 3 p.m. workshops

IX. Alternatives to the Prison Industrial Complex
X. Environmental Justice and Protecting the Environment
XI. Public Ownership of Strategic Resources
XII. Electoral Reform, Campaign Finance Reform and Increasing Voter Registration
XIII. Public Ownership of the Airwaves
XIV. Right to Organize and Building the Labor Movement
XV. Progressive Taxation of Corporations and the Wealthy
XVI. Fair Trade
XVII. Fully Funded Public Transit
XVII. Cultural Resistance and Public Funding for the Arts

3:30 to 6 p.m. - plenary session First floor theater

Sponsors / Patrocinadores: American Federation of Teachers Local 2121, California Faculty Association – SFSU chapt., Church Women United, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 6, Ironworkers Local 377, Justice Grace Vineyards, Laborers’ Local 261, Renounce War Projects, San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council, San Francisco Labor Council, San Francisco Living Wage Coalition, Teamsters Local 350, Adrienne Hirt, Russell Kilday-Hicks (California State Employees Association) and Sara Hicks-Kilday (SF Child Care Providers Association), Sandy Weil

Endorsers / Endosantes: Communication Workers of America Local 9410, Pacific School of Religion, San Francisco Green Party, Socialist Organizer, Temple United Methodist Church, Alice Lindstrom Davis, Alyse Ceirante, Jerry and Anne Jayne, Jonathan Bonato, Joseph Schmitz, Linda Ray (co-chair Peace and Solidarity Committee SEIU Local 1021), Robert Bustamonte, Robert Planthold, Willie R. Johnson

For more information or to participate or volunteer, call / Para mas información o participar o ayudar, llame
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition / Coalición Salario Digno at (415) 863-1225;sflivingwage [at],
Added to the calendar on Fri, Jun 5, 2015 9:56PM
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