Oscar's only Bay Area Appearance!
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Limited tickets at the door. Tickets are sliding scale as shown below.
All proceeds go directly to Oscar. Wheelchair accessible.
5:30 Reception $75-250
Sponsored by the National Lawyers Guild
(Cost includes program ticket.)
- A unique opportunity to meet and talk to Oscar!
- Food and drinks will be provided.
- Posters by local artist Doug Minkler and signed by Oscar will be for sale.
7:00 Program $20-50
- José López
- Oscar López Rivera
- John Santos, Rico Pabón, Quenepas
Arrive early, limited seating available. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Note on Brown Paper Tickets: Reception tickets appear first. Scroll down on the "date" field to select the 7:00 pm Program tickets.
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*Public Transportation to event: AC Transit 51B (on College) or 6 (on Telegraph). BART stops: Ashby, Rockridge or Berkeley then walk or transfer to 51B or 6.
Partial List of Endorsers:
AIM-WEST, All of Us Or None, Altruvistas, ANSWER, Arab Resource & Organizing Center, Bay Area Anti-Repression Committee, Center for Political Education, Critical Resistance of Oakland, Emory Douglas, Freedom Archives, Global Exchange, Haiti Action Committee, Int'l Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, LAGAI Queer Insurrection, La Raza Resource Center, La Tertulia Boricua, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, Lynne Stewart Organization, Making Contact, Malcom X Grassroots Movement, Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu Jamal, National Network on Cuba (NNOC), Prison Activist Resource Center, Prison Radio/Redwood Justice Fund, QUIT, Socialist Action, Socialist Workers Party, Task Force on the Americas, Veterans for Peace #69 (San Francisco), Workers World Party
50 Years After Israel’s Six-Day War: The Liberation Struggle Continues
Featuring: Eyewitness Report & Video from Shatila Refugee Camp in 2017
On June 5, 1967, Israel launched a sneak attack on Egypt, Syria and Jordan. With superior military power provided by the U.S. and France, Israel quickly achieved victory, conquering the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza, Syria’s Golan Heights and Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula.
A powerful Palestinian resistance movement rose up to fight the occupation, and the struggle continues today with a mass prisoner hunger strike and countless protest demonstrations inside and outside of Occupied Palestine. On May 14-15, ANSWER organizers joined a Palestinian solidarity conference in Beirut, Lebanon, and a solidarity rally inside the Shatila refugee camp.
Presenters will discuss the U.S. role in 1967 and today, Israel’s relationship to U.S. Empire, Trump’s recent trip to the Middle East, and the Palestinian struggle for self-determination.