::PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY::
WHAT’S REALLY GOING ON, WHAT IT MEANS & WHAT WE CAN DO
*Part of the 3-Month Gulf Disaster Anniversary National Week of Action*
Tues, JULY 20, 7-9pm
La Pea Cultural Center
3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley (at Woolsey, next to Ashby BART)
FREE (donations appreciated) | Food provided
Rose Braz, Center for Biological Diversity. Since the BP explosion, the Center’s decisive action and in-depth investigating have exposed massive government corruption and lax environmental review, leading to major media exposs and six lawsuits to secure a full cleanup and wildlife protection.
with Urban Habitat
‘s Transportation Program, advocating for affordable, reliable, and racially and economically just public transit system in the Bay Area.
Join us for a discussion on:
– the impacts of the disaster on Gulf Coast communities
– BP/Big Oil’s handling and response the spill; as well as grassroots responses to the spill
– root causes of the spill and the other disastrous impacts of Big Oil, including in the Bay Area
– positive solutions we can organize for in the Bay Area to end our dependence on fossil fuels and corporate capitalism
– how we can mobilize in the Bay Area to resist BP, Big Oil and their environmental and climate pollution
Also, before the teach-in:
4:30 to 6:30pm: Nonviolent Direct Action Training (Same location: La Pea)
Prepare for upcoming mass actions to resist BP/Big Oil and for climate justice (Sunday, August 29th will be a National/Bay Area mobilization– Save the date!)! A free and open to the public workshop on the basics of nonviolent direct action, how it works and how to keep our power in confrontations with authorities before, during and after actions. Please come on time and stay for the whole time. Training sponsored by Mobilization for Climate Justice West.
Teach-In Sponsored by:
Mobilization for Climate Justice West
& The Center for Biological Diversity