UPWA 8/31 KPFA Berkeley Town Hall Meeting The Future of Public Transit, Transit Workers & Who Is Running Our Transit Systems KPFA Town Hall Meeting


8/31 KPFA Berkeley Town Hall Meeting The Future of Public Transit, Transit Workers & Who Is Running Our Transit Systems
KPFA Town Hall Meeting

The Future of Public Transit, Transit Workers & Who Is Running Our Transit Systems

What To Do to Defend Public Transit and Public Workers

August 31 (Saturday), 2013

2:00-4:00 PM

At Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall 1924 Cedar Street, Berkeley, CA
(Cedar @ Bonita Ave, one block east of MLK Way & three blocks west of Shattuck Ave)

Free

The ongoing crisis in transportation is critical for not only the public but Bay Area transit workers. The Metropolitan Transportation Agency has a plan for expansion that also includes attacks on transit workers, public workers and all public services. This KPFA Town Hall Meeting will include the voices of transit workers, riders and researchers about what is happening with our transit systems and how to defend the workers, our communities and the public.

You can also listen and watch it on www.KPFA.org on our streaming video website.

Initial Panelists:

Dave Lyons – ATU 192 AC Bus Drivers Recording Secretary
Ethel Scott Long – Women’s Economic Agenda Project
Clarence Thomas – ILWU Local 10 Executive Board
Darwin Bond Grahm – Researcher and Journalist on Privatization and Transit
Gino Pepi – Past VP ATU 1555
Brenda Barros – SEIU 1021 SF Cope San Francisco General Hospital
Jack Gerson – Retired Oakland Education Association leader
Harold Brown – Past president ATU 1555
Yuri Hollie – ATU 1555 Executive Board, Negotiations Committee

Sponsored by KPFA, KPFA WorkWeek, BFUU Social Justice Committee, Labor Video Project
For more information email workweek@kpfa.org or call (415) 282-1908
Wheelchair accessible

Lets stand up for working people, communities and public transit!

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