ALAMEDA PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORUM
a continuing project of the
Center for Global Peace and Democracy
will hold its next presentation Saturday, January 11, speaker TBA (there will be no forum for December)
February 8: John Diaz, Editorial Page Editor for the San Francisco Chronicle
John Diaz is the Editorial Page Editor for the San Franscio Chronicle. He graduated from Humboldt State University in 1977 with a degree in journalism, and began his journalism career as a reporter for the Red Bluff Daily News.
John worked as a general assignment reporter for the Associated Press in Philadelphia and as a statehouse reporter and assistant city editor for the Denver Post. He received a Distinguished Alumni Award from HSU in 2009
China, the U.S. and the “Pivot to the Pacific”
Gretchen Lipow , November 2012 (For Peace and Justice Caucus November NEA) in cooperation with Arthur Lipow
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Mp3s and AIFs of the June 16 Forum with Prof. Jack Rasmus, “Obama’s Economic Plan:
Recovery for the Few and Continuing Poverty and Suffering for the Many”
are now available:
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AIFF Talk and Q&A
Our earlier talks are archived (see menu button above); for more recent programs, from the
May Forum on Fukushima by Andy Lichterman and Michael Eisensher,
to our more recent offerings,
including a video of the October 15 Occupy Rally, featuring Danny Glover, and our last Forum
on the Occupy movement, with speakers from Jack Gershon and Barry Schultz to
Gretchen and Arthur Lipow by clicking: Forum Archive.
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See you — in friendship and solidarity for a better America built from the bottom up by democratic citizen action! Our problems in Alameda are the same as the problems in every town and city in America. Come to the Forum to explore these problems and their solution. More than ever we are in danger of losing our freedoms: let's not let that happen! Democracy depends on each of us — turn off the television and meet your neighbors and other concerned citizens at the Forums. Speak out and challenge the accepted wisdom! Make up your own mind! Think for yourselves. That's what democracy is all about.
For additional information call Gretchen or Arthur Lipow, co-chairs, Alameda Public Affairs Forum, (510) 814-9592, or e-mail ArtLipow@aol.com
[For an interview with Vanessa Graber, community radio director at the Prometheus Radio Project, on Low Power radio, click HERE.]
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