Western Political Events: Thanksgiving Webinar, indivisible

Upcoming political events in the Bay area.


Thanksgiving diary: A 90-minute webinar "Radical Conversations for Thanksgiving," which will help deal with challenging political situations at Thanksgiving meetings. $ 10. Registration and more information can be found here.


Indivisible East Bay: Potluck General Assembly to celebrate Middle Time. Free, relax. 1 hour, Sports Basement, 2727 Milvia St., Berkeley. More information here.

Indivisible SF: The General Assembly, which has a strategy, the organization of orientation sessions for new members and the division into groups specific to the issue. Free, relax. 16:00, the church of St. Mark in City Life Center, O'Hare Farrell 1111, San Francisco. More information here.


Ginsburg CV: Jane Sherron De Hart talks about her book "Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Life." 7:00, Jewish Community Center in San Francisco, 3200 California St. More information here.


Jesse Jackson: Interview with the founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH coalition, supported by the Commonwealth Club. 35 members, 10 students. 18:30, Marines Memorial Theater, 609 Sutter St., San Francisco. More information here.

"False Message": Alexander Sängerlaub, Director of Misinformation in Digital Media, leads a panel discussion on the terminology of "false messages" in a transnational framework and ways to control the spread of misinformation. Free, relax. 6: 30-9. at the Goethe-Institut in San Francisco, 530 Bush St., No. 204. More information here.

Palestinian rights: Take advantage of the screening "Prison Generation," a documentary film that tracks the stories of four young Palestinians who were trapped under the Israeli military system. Film director Zelda Edmund makes a presentation. Contribution to the Alliance of Children in the Middle East. Tickets are $ 15 – $ 50. 7.00 am, Berkeley City College Auditorium, 2050 Center St., Berkeley. More information here.

Hillary Ronen: San Francisco's Tutor Hillary Ronen is part of local discussion discussion questions with questions and answers. Free, relax. 6-8, Manny & apos; s 3092 16. St., San Francisco. More information here.

Excelsior Meeting: Boss Ahsha Safai, other city officials and Excelsior action group held a joint meeting on the Excelsior & Outer Mission Neighborhood Strategy. 6 hours, Calvary Baptist Church, 5655 Mission St., San Francisco. More information here.

Progressive priorities: Author and activist Norman Solomon discusses further steps for the progressive movement. Free, relax. 7.00 am, Public Library Room in the Park, 1833 Page St., San Francisco. More information here.


Working in Obama's White House: Former President Barack Obama and Gautam Raghavan, Heather Foster, Hope Hall, Julie Chavez Rodriguez and Stephanie Valencia are discussing how it works in the White House. $ 18. 6 hours, Manny & apos; s, 3092 16. St., San Francisco. More information here.

DEC. 5

Homelessness: The American Society for Public Administration hosts a debate on homelessness, with panelists Eve Ahmed, homeless terrorist coordinator for Berkeley Mental Health Services; John Caner of the Berkeley Downtown Association; and Cmdr. David Lazar of the San Francisco Commitment Division. Free, relax. 6-8 hours, University of Golden Gate, 536 Mission St., Room 4215, San Francisco. More information here.

New citizens voting: Democratic action volunteers in the area of ​​democracy register new citizens to vote after ceremonies. Two sessions at 10:00 and 2:00. Paramount Theater, 2025 Broadway, Oakland. More information here.

DEC. 6

Imitation of meat: Discussion on the labeling of food analogues that imitate meat, with Impossible Foods Advisor, Alexandra Feldman and the Government Affairs Director, Tyler James. Free, relax. 5:30, Ironclad, 325 Fifth St., San Francisco. More information here.

Fitness and activism: Interactive panel discussion on community building through fitness wellness and political activism with Karin Gallagher, acupuncturist and general practitioner; Amber Quinones, a fitness instructor and program assistant at the Assembly; and Palak Sheth, a dance instructor and political organizer. Free, relax. 5:30, Saks Fifth Avenue, 384 Post St., San Francisco. More information here.

DEC. 8-9

Palestinian Craft Bazaar Day: Handicraft Fair for Palestinian Children. Free entry. From 10am to 5pm. December 8 from 11:00 to 15:00. on December 9. Children's Alliance in the Middle East, 1101 Eighth St., Berkeley. More information here.

DEC. 12

Women's colors: Democratic political strategist Donna Brazile, Caraway Group CEO Yolanda Caraway, Revolutionary Leah Daughtry, and former US Secretary of State Clinton Minyon Moore appear at a forum at the Commonwealth Club "For Colorful Girls Who Recognize Politics." $ 30 nonmembers, $ 8 students. 7 h, 110 Embarcadero, San Francisco. More information here.

DEC. 13

Khalida Brohi: Interview with Pakistani activist Khalidi Brohi, who won awards after her "cousin" has spent the honor of her father and now speaks against anti-feminine cultural practices. $ 15 in advance, $ 20 at the door, $ 10 for students. 19 hours, women's building, 3543 18. St., No. 8, San Francisco. More information here.

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