Programming History: 2012

Somos el 99%: Latino Artists Respond to the Call of the Occupy Movement
with Melanie Cervantes, Silencio Muteado, Xago Juarez, and Yosimar Reyes
co-sponsored with Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

Breaking the Chains of Violence in Mexico
with Juan Fraire Escobedo and John Lindsay-Poland

The History of Housing Co-ops and Labor/Worker Solidarity
with Jamie Spector, SF Community Land Trust and Myrna Meigar, affordable housing and housing co-op expert

Popular Education 101: Theory & Practice
2 sessions faciltiated by Levana Saxon, Practicing Freedom and Green for All

Radio Venceremos
with Carlos Henriquez Conalvi (aka Santiago)

Cuando Una Mujer Avanza: San Francisco film premiere
with producer Simón Sedillo; Mare (the film’s subject); Luta Candelaria; Wanda; and Mariposa Villaluna

Participatory Action Research 101
2 sessions facilitated by Levana Saxon, Practicing Freedom and Green for All

Si Se Puede! Encuentro de Mujeres en Lucha
with Amarilis Guamuch, Associacion Femenin para el Desarrollo de Sacatepequez, Guatemala; Leidy Fernandez, Arizmendy Bakery Coop; Guillermina Castellanos, La Colectiva de Mujeres; Danza Azteca Mixcoatl Anahuac

A Farm Bill for the 99%
with SF Supervisors Eric Mar (D1) and David Campos (D9); Susan Kuehn and Adam Show, Food and Water Watch; Christopher Cook , author
co-sponsored by Food and Water Watch

Whose Justice? Demands, Questions, and Contradictions in Confronting Police Violence
with Rachel Herzing, Critical Resistance; Sanyika Bryant, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement; and Sagnicthe Salazar, Xicana Moratorium Coalition
co-sponsored by Critical Resistance

Darker Shades of Green: California’s Carbon Market and Landgrabs in Mexico and Beyond
with Jeff Conant, director, “A Darker Shade of Green”; Brian Nowicki, Center for Biological Diversity; Alberto Saldamando, Indigenous Environmental Network; moderator: Mari Rose Taruc, Asian Pacific Environmental Network
co-sponsored by Friends of the Earth, Indigenous Environmental Network, Global Justice Ecology Project, Stop Clearcutting California, and Center for Indigenous Rights

Theater of the Oppressed 101
2 sessions with Levana Saxon, Practicing Freedom and Green for All

My Heroes Have Always Killed Colonizers

La Muerte y La Lucha : Honoring Our People Killed by Police & State Violence
with Cephus “Uncle Bobby” Johnson; Mesha Iziarry; Denika Chatman

The Marikana Mineworkers Massacre And the Crisis of Change in Post-Apartheid South Africa
with Mazibuko Jara, South African Communist Party

World Social Forum Free Palestine Bay Area Report-Back
report back from Bay Area delegates to the World Social Forum Free Palestine