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Rally for A People-Powered Future for California
Date Sunday October 22
Time 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Location Details
Upper Sproul Plaza, UC Berkeley Campus
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorJovanka Beckles
Bernie Sanders' Our Revolution–endorsed candidate for Assembly Jovanka Beckles, and candidate for Congressional District 10 Dotty Nygard, invite you to join leaders of the progressive movement from across the region and state to proudly express our collective vision for the future.

This is a great chance to hear from an exciting local State Assembly candidate. Richmond Vice-Mayor Jovanka Beckles is corporate donation–free, African-American/Latina, and LGBTQ–embraced: the perfect candidate for AD15, California's most progressive district!

Communities across California are eager for change and are trying to figure out how to make it happen. The influence of corporate cash is holding Sacramento back from sharing the government and leadership we all need. Politics as usual hasn’t worked out for the people. It’s time for every one of us to take the next step beyond voting and commit to organizing for change.

With people power, our communities can share Medicare For All, prepare for the impacts of climate change, share opportunities with citizens returning from incarceration, reform the tax code so corporations pay their fair share, and build affordable housing.

Come hear the message of a People-Powered Future for California: the transformative impact of taking the next step together!

Added to the calendar on Tuesday Oct 17th, 2017 3:03 PM

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