This journey begins with a young woman from Sweden who gains courage, understanding, and warm friendships during her solo run consisting of 1144 miles through Iran. Following this introduction be prepared for outstanding, gorgeous filming of cities, ancient monuments and spectacular technology which brings running water, and natural, cool air conditioning for housing in the desert,
Political discussions are encouraged in the final segment.
Support and collaboration with Social Justice Center of Marin
CMCM, Community Media Center of Marin, Channel #26 or AT&T 99 to view the film, or watch live via the web athttp://cmcm.tv/livecommunity
Civic Engagement and the Affordable Housing Crisis
The San Francisco Foundation
On September 23rd, The San Francisco Foundation is hosting a conversation on Civic Engagement and the Affordable Housing Crisis in the Bay Area.
The Bay Area faces an unprecedented crisis in affordable housing and residential displacement in all five counties served by The San Francisco Foundation.
In the face of injustices and of economic and social dislocation, which way should the Bay Area turn? What can any of us do to make things better? Moreover, what can we do together?
Please join The San Francisco Foundation and our nonprofit colleagues to discuss this crisis, its root causes, and how we might engage collectively to address it.
WHERE - Preservation Park - Nile Hall - 668 13th Street, Oakland, CA 94612
“Buff Bradley is not a bystander. His Realpolitik poems bear witness, as has he, to the warring and whoring of the 1%. These are activist verses from a citizen poet who eschews rant and polemic in favor of brilliant images that light a way for us to maneuver amidst the spinning smoke and funhouse mirrors of manufactured news.”
James Penba, Editor, New Verse News
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