Divestment Meeting 9/28

Fossil Free CaliforniaHello everyone —

Please come to our joint Divestment Bay AreaFossil Free California meeting on Wednesday, September 28th, from 7-9 pm. The meeting will be held at Robert and Deborah Silvey's home in North Berkeley, a three-block walk from the North Berkeley BART Station. Newcomers to the divestment movement are very welcome to join us. Please RSVP, so we'll know how many people to expect.

Here’s the agenda overview:

7:00-8:00: 

CalSTRS is moving in the right direction — add your voice to the call for more urgent action.

 

  • Hear our plans for capitalizing on the momentum toward divestment that we see the Board taking. 
  • See how your voice matters — as a teacher or simply a concerned California citizen.
  • Create messages during our meeting, using materials and equipment we’ll provide — postcards, letters, emails, photos, video.

8:00-8:50: Brett Fleishman, Senior Global Analyst from 350.org, will discuss divestment and other current 350.org news.

If you're unable to attend in person but want to join us by phone, please let me know. We'll provide a call-in number for you in our reminder just before the meeting.

Hope you can join us on September 28th!

Deborah

WHEN
September 28, 2016 at 7pm - 9pm
WHERE
Silvey residence (near North Berkeley BART)
1709 Virginia St
Berkeley, CA 94703
United States
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CONTACT
Deborah Silvey · · 510-333-8513
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Fossil fuel #divestment meeting in Berkeley Wednesday, September 28. Please RSVP. @fossilfreeca http://www.350bayarea.org/divestment_meeting_20160928?recruiter_id=6822
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