The Alliance for a Just Recovery presents:
What Is a Just, Equitable, and Sustainable Recovery For Sonoma County?
Join us as we examine the social and economic impacts of the October firestorms on low and moderate-income residents, featuring the voices of residents who were struggling to make ends meet before the fires and who are now threatened with displacement from our community.
Presenters will include service and public sector workers, immigrants, youth, renters, homeless residents, and representatives from the Alliance* who will present specific policy proposals for a just recovery.
FREE and open to the public. Wheelchair accessible.
Spanish translation provided.
(Doors open at 5:30 pm)
Coffee and light refreshments served.
*Event Co-sponsors and Alliance for a Just Recovery member organizations include: North Bay Jobs with Justice, North Bay Labor Council, North Bay Organizing Project, Sonoma County Conservation Action, 350Sonoma, Democratic Socialists of America North Bay, Sonoma County Transportation and Land Use Coalition, Transition Sonoma Valley, Sonoma County Democratic Party, Greenbelt Alliance, Christ Church United Methodist, Sonoma Valley Housing Group
Occupy Sonoma County Presents
The Ideas Lab: Political Ideologies Panel
A discussion panel ranging from liberal democracy, various forms of socialism and anarchy. gift economy, Marx and others.
Moderated by Peter Phillips, founder of Media Freedom Foundation & Project Censored former director.
Free with donations welcome
Everything we do begins with an idea. When people give these ideas serious thought they can become prevalent cultural ideologies. When people discuss these ideologies sparks fly and frequently new ideas, some of which can lead to profound social change, can emerge.
Occupy Sonoma County embraces the egalitarian, deep democracy principles of the Occupy Movement with a regional strategy for effectively organizing countywide social justice campaigns that are globally relevant.