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February 2021

Challenging the New Normal

February 24 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Challenging the New Normal Wednesday, February 24 5:00-7:00 pm (PT)  Register Here for Zoom Link 2020 was marked by mass deaths, pivotal elections, climate chaos, a historic wave of Black-led uprisings against police violence, coup d’etats, labor strikes, and a resurgent right. Colliding with preexisting economic and climate crises, the global pandemic ushered in a “new normal” for a Left that rejected these conditions as intolerable. What lessons from the chaotic year can we draw to transform the current political…

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May 2021

Harsha Walia and Mizue Aizeki Discuss “Border & Rule” – Writing the Third World series

May 5 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Join Center for Political Education for a discussion of Harsha Walia’s new book, Border & Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism, and the Rise of Racist Nationalism. Harsha will be in conversation with Mizue Aizeki, Interim Executive Director of Immigrant Defense Project. Harsha and Mizue will discuss how economic and political forces in the US and across the globe have shaped the current international system of migrant and border policing. They will also talk about what the crises of displacement and criminalization…

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Free City! Why is City College still fighting to survive?

May 13 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

CCSF’s working-class students, staff, and faculty are facing the threat of massive class cuts and layoffs - only a few years after the sustained labor and community campaign that pulled the school through its accreditation crisis and won free tuition. Join us for a panel discussion to learn about the corporate agenda behind the attacks on the college, and how lessons from the 2012-17 organizing can help us further the fight for liberatory education at CCSF and beyond. Panelists: Co-authors of Free…

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