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textSocial division in the schools and 7 challenges to the welfare state by C and C Butterwegge & Sybille Pirklbauer
The most difficult task will be to redefine prosperity not only in philosophical concepts, but also in concrete tangible and experiential terms detached from consumption. Many are already working on this. The United Nations adopted a strategy for a "blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet" with the Sustainable Development Goals 2015....
Posted: Mon, Nov 28, 2022 4:01pm PST
textScience Saturdays at the Children's Museum by Jeanette Bent
The community is invited to our Science Saturdays on September 17 and October 15 between 11:30 am - 1 pm and then again 2 - 3:30 pm at the Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of Discovery (MOD) to celebrate working female scientists and promote women in STEM....
Posted: Wed, Sep 7, 2022 1:33pm PDT
textWe Can Do So Much More on Student Loan Forgiveness by India Walton and Sam Rosenthal
Education should be free...
Posted: Wed, Aug 24, 2022 5:59pm PDT
textKVHS 90.5FM Under Threat of Closure by MDUSD by Listener
Concord's local radio station, KVHS 90.5FM (The Edge) is under treat of closure by the Mount Diablo Unified School District. This radio station is part of local history, having been established in 1964 by Clayton Valley High vice principal Bob Daugherty. A MDUSD staff report claims the station has no education value, and is too expensive to maintain. The station community, and local listeners want to keep their station - which is known as "the voice of the valley"....
Posted: Sun, Aug 21, 2022 12:48am PDT
textYash Kilam: Teenage humanitarian advocates for those with disabilities by Press Made Easy
While most 16-year-olds are focused on learning to drive and sleeping in on summer mornings, Yash Kilam of Fremont, California is keeping his full attention on helping others....
Posted: Tue, Aug 16, 2022 12:50pm PDT
textUC Using CIA Methods at People's Park by STP Jesse
In 1975 The Church Committee discovered Operation Mockingbird a CIA program which attempted to manipulate domestic American news media for propaganda purposes. Almost 50 years later U.C. is using the same technique to destroy Peoples Park....
Posted: Fri, Aug 12, 2022 2:09pm PDT
textResponse to Berkeleyside's People's Park Coverage by Aidan Hill
Peoples Park community is not anti-development; we are fighting climate change and do not support the redlining of our Southside district. UC Berkeley can build on sites that are not historically significant. We are anti-fascists centering on urban ecology, consensus decision-making, and rematriation of this land back to the Ohlone people....
Posted: Sat, Aug 6, 2022 3:15pm PDT
textBerkeley Police and demonstrators clash over development of People's Park by Aeon Photo Co.
July 29 an Alameda County Superior Court decided it was not a violation of the California Environmental Quality Act for a $312 million dollar development to take shape on the location of Berkeley's largest and longest bohemian hubs: the People's Park....
Posted: Sat, Aug 6, 2022 11:47am PDT
textPeople's Park — Its Place in the History of Land Art by Bit of an artist myself
Much has been said about the political history of People's Park. People's Park is also an important piece of Land Art. Art historians and artists should speak up to preserve it. The destruction of the park by the University of California has temporarily been stopped by activists; however many trees were cut down. Legal advocates have requested a hearing, which a judge has granted. All demolition and pre-development work is legally halted until the October court hearing....
Posted: Fri, Aug 5, 2022 5:01pm PDT
textGo to Parker School in Oakland NOW! OUSD security has shown up! by Stop the Privatizers
The eviction of the Parker Community School is now underway!...
Posted: Thu, Aug 4, 2022 6:27pm PDT
textPeople's Park: Berkeley City Council to Vote on "Tear Gas" Authorization Tonight by Situational Awareness
A special meeting of the Berkeley City Council is scheduled for TONIGHT, Thursday August 4 @ 8:15PM. The topic is to suspend the city's policy banning the use of chemical weapons. This proposed change of policy is in response to the People's Park protest. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89083608532 More info at: berkeleyca.gov...
Posted: Thu, Aug 4, 2022 9:42am PDT
textStop Privatization Of Education, Port & Public Services: SLAP Educational Conf Intros Pt 1 by SLAP
The Schools and Labor Against Privatization SLAP had an educational conference on July 9, 2022 and these were the first two presentations...
Posted: Thu, Jul 14, 2022 8:56am PDT
textA Juneteenth Message from HEAT, SF City College Students, Faculty, and Supporters by HEAT
Juneteenth is partly about the right to a free public education and that is being destroyed at SF City College. Fighting the 80 billionaires in SF is part of the fight for free public education for all....
Posted: Fri, Jun 17, 2022 9:42pm PDT
textThe Wrecking of CCSF & A Frontal Union Busting Attack While AFT 2121 Tops Are Paralysed by respost
The CCSF administration and Board of Trustees are quickly liquidating and shutting down CCSF. The AFT 2121 tops are completely paralyzed and unable to fight this open union busting because of their decades of concession bargaining and corporate business union methods. They also refuse to call out the Democratic Party politicians in San Francisco who have gone along with the privatizstion and destruction of CCSF....
Posted: Thu, Jun 9, 2022 10:04pm PDT
textThe War On Teachers & Guns: An Oakland Teacher & Iraqi Marine Vet Speaks Out by Labor Video Project
An Oakland teacher and OEA member Gregorio Guiterrez who is also a Iraqi marine veteran speaks out about the efforts to arm and train teachers to deal with gun attacks on schools and defend against the continuing massacres. This interview was done on May 28, 2022 at Parker Elementary school where an occupation is taking place to stop the school closure and defend the school and public education....
Posted: Sun, May 29, 2022 10:03am PDT
textHow Foster Care Affects Outcomes in Adulthood by Megan Lucas, Romelly Rivera, Zakayya Nichols
This article takes a look at the Foster Care system, and how it can affect life in adulthood....
Posted: Mon, May 16, 2022 6:17pm PDT
textHow Foster Care Affects Outcomes in Adulthood by SSU 's Investigative Sociology Spring 2022
Megan Lucas, Romelly Rivera, Leticia Martinez, Zakayya Nichols, Jocelyn McMillan, Valdemar Arreola, Arlette Martinez An insight into the Affects of Foster as outlined by SSU's Investigative Sociology Spring 2022 Class. It provides in depth interviews of people who work with the Foster Care system and research on abuse of Foster Children....
Posted: Sat, May 14, 2022 10:38pm PDT
textIs SSU Greek Life really LGBTQ? by Luis Ferreyra
Is SSU Greek Life really LGBTQ accepting for the Intersex and Non-binary/gender fluid and even Transgender folks?...
Posted: Sat, Apr 30, 2022 4:45pm PDT
textThe Word Latinx is Offensive to Many by Martin Solorio Hinojosa
Politicians and universities have tried to embrace inclusivity even by calling people by what they don't want to be called and even be offensive. Latinx has been very relevant for the past few years but the truth is that the people who it's opposed to representing don't like it and even find it offensive....
Posted: Mon, Apr 25, 2022 5:01pm PDT
textEducational Inequality within Low Income Communities by Axel Garcia
The focus here is on the unequal distribution of public school funding which in turn affects low-income communities....
Posted: Sun, Apr 24, 2022 11:31pm PDT
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