** A community night cafe benefiting BACH…
** And our friend from Seattle-singersongwriter Jim Page playing at Heyday Books:

Friday July 26 and Sunday July 28

BACH’s Karen Pickett will be speaking at an event (come heckle, add your story, have beans and a beer…). It benefits BACH!

·      Karen Pickett (B.A.C.H.) and Steve Ongerth (I.W.W.) on the legacy of the late environmental and labor activist Judi Bari
·      Michael Eisenscher, Labor Rise for Climate, Jobs, Justice & Peace
·      Neha Mathew-Shah, President, Progressive Workers Union
·      Jason Henderson, Professor of Geography & Environment at S.F. State on Street Fights in Copenhagen Bicycle and Car Politics in a Green Mobility City
·      Live music from the Rainbow Jazz Collective
What: Labor + The Environment=True Love
A discussion focused on the present and historical connection between the labor and environmental movements.
When: Friday, July 26, 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Where: Mercury Café, 201 Octavia St., San Francisco

Why: Because we’re All OneOne People, One Planet, and One Big Union! Which is why we’ll be serving homemade, organic black beans with pan-roasted green onions over basmati rice (for $5, merely), and offering Happy Hour prices on beer. Be there or be square and unaware!
Donations to benefit the Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters.
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AND–our good friend Jim Page will be singing at this event (with others).There is limited space at Heyday, so RSVP. See Heyday Books site for details.
(Jim also has a couple other Bay Area gigs–see his website for info.)
Sunday, July 28, 7 PM
Heyday Books Heyday Hootenany
Jim Page w/ David Gans; appearance by Barbara Dane and Pablo Menendez
$25 suggested donation;
RSVP to emmerich@heydaybooks.com.
6 PM pot luck, music at 7 PM
1808 San Pablo Ave Suite A, Berkeley, CA

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