Peace & Freedom Party’s co-sponsored Suds, Snacks & Socialism monthly forum series continues in online form via Zoom meeting this Saturday, June 5, to discuss Biden’s Foreign Policy: What’s New?

In his first major foreign policy address, President Biden proclaimed that “America is back!” after the Trump interregnum. Our speakers will address what this means in terms of US policies of confrontation, militarization, occupation, and regime change, both for the peoples of the world and the folks back home.

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The program will start promptly at 2:30pm PT and is expected to wrap up by 4:30pm. To join the forum, click here or write This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for login instructions.

This forum is co-sponsored by the Oakland Greens, the Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party and Bay Area System Change Not Climate Change. The forum is part of our ongoing Socialist Forum Series on the first Saturday of every month. Our purpose is informed political discussion, and the views expressed are those of the speakers only, not official positions of the Peace and Freedom Party or our fellow co-sponsors.

A few hundred marchers gathered on Saturday April 24, 2021, near Al Rojas’s home in Sacramento and marched to Southside Park for a rally and celebration of Al Rojas. Emcee for the event was Alan Benjamin, a member of the San Francisco Labor Council Executive Committee and, as was Al, a Peace and Freedom Party registrant.

It was an international event as several of the speakers were in Mexico and addressed the crowd via Zoom. Among the speakers were Johnny Itliong, the son of Filipino Farm Workers organizer Larry Itliong; members of the Trachenberg Family, who put Al up when he was sent to Pennsylvania to organize the grape boycott; family members; and speakers from a number of organizers from various movements.

–written by C.T. Weber

Some marching in memory of Al Rojas

Peace & Freedom Party’s co-sponsored Suds, Snacks & Socialism monthly forum series continues in online form via Zoom meeting this Saturday, May 8, to discuss Workers and the Environment: How Do We Make a Just Transition? Our guest speakers include:

  • Steve Ongerth, IWW Environmental Union Caucus co-founder and author of Redwood Uprising; and
  • Michael Eisenscher, Peralta Federation of Teachers Delegate to the Alameda Labor Council, SolidarityINFOService founder/publisher and US Labor Against the War national coordinator emeritus.

The program will start promptly at 2:30pm PT and is expected to wrap up by 4:30pm. To join the forum, click here or write This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for login instructions.

This forum is co-sponsored by the Oakland Greens, the Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party and Bay Area System Change Not Climate Change. The forum is part of our ongoing Socialist Forum Series on the first Saturday of every month. Our purpose is informed political discussion, and the views expressed are those of the speakers only, not official positions of the Peace and Freedom Party or our fellow co-sponsors.

Peace & Freedom Party’s co-sponsored Suds, Snacks & Socialism monthly forum series continues in online form via Zoom meeting this Saturday, April 3, to discuss Amazon, the New Economy, and Labor Organizing. Our guest speakers include:

  • Judy Greenspan, member of PFP, Workers World Party Bay Area chapter, and the

San Francisco Bay Area local organizing committee to support Alabama Amazon workers, on Building Solidarity for the Amazon Union Struggle.

The program will start promptly at 2:30pm PT and is expected to wrap up by 4:30pm. To join the forum, click here or write This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for login instructions.

This forum is co-sponsored by the Oakland Greens, the Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party and Bay Area System Change Not Climate Change. The forum is part of our ongoing Socialist Forum Series on the first Saturday of every month. Our purpose is informed political discussion, and the views expressed are those of the speakers only, not official positions of the Peace and Freedom Party or our fellow co-sponsors.

Peace & Freedom Party’s co-sponsored Suds, Snacks & Socialism monthly forum series continues in online form via Zoom meeting this Saturday, March 6, to discuss Celebrating International Women’s Day. Our guest speakers include:

  • Urszula Wislanka, activist with News & Letters, California Coalition for Women Prisoners and Pelican Bay Hunger Strike Support Coalition, on The Living History of International Women's Day;
  • Kara Murray-Badal, election activist and member of Democratic Socialists of America, onb Getting out the Vote in the Georgia Senate Race; and
  • Karina Stenquist, host of podcast “Mondays Off” and DSA member, on Women in the Hospitality Industry.

The program will start promptly at 2:30pm PT and is expected to wrap up by 4:30pm. To join the forum, click here or write This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for login instructions.

This forum is co-sponsored by the Oakland Greens, the Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party and Bay Area System Change Not Climate Change. The forum is part of our ongoing Socialist Forum Series on the first Saturday of every month. Our purpose is informed political discussion, and the views expressed are those of the speakers only, not official positions of the Peace and Freedom Party or our fellow co-sponsors.

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