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On tonight’s show, we broadcast excerpts from a conversation between Gopal Dayaneni and Dr. Vandana Shiva. It was part of an event held in Berkeley last month called Seeding Labs, Ceding Seeds: Regional and Global Impacts of the Biotech Bonanza.
World renowned environmental philosopher and activist Vandana Shiva illuminates the corporate assault on biological and cultural diversity and helps us connect the dots: What is the East Bay “Green Corridor,” who is creating it, and what does it mean for communities here and around the globe?
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You can catch the fourth and final conversation in this series, Biosafety by the Bay, on Wednesday, Oct 16 at the Brower Center’s Goldman Theater. 2150 Allston Way in Berkeley. Beginning at 7:30pm Gopal Dayaneni will be talking with biotech whistleblower Becky McClain and international lab safety expert, Ed Hammond, about safety issues surrounding the biolabs being built throughout the East Bay. The event is free and open to the public.
This Saturday, join a celebration of urban life through hip hop, intergenerational health, and environmental action at Life is Living at Lil Bobby Hutton Park in Oakland. 1651 Adeline Street. 10 a.m. -6 p.m.
Also on Saturday, a community march to stop the evictions in the Mission. People will gather in front of the Brava Theater at 2pm and march along 24th St. 2781 24th St. San Francisco.
Join Kearny Street Workshop at noon on Saturday for APAture’s FREE Artists Talk at Arc Studios & Gallery. This is the return of KSW’s multi-venue window into the Art of Emerging Asian Pacific American Artists.
Celebrate Indigenous People’s Day this Monday with a night of storytelling, spoken word, and performances to re-indigenize heroes like Lolita Lebron, Leila Khaled, Boukman, Lapu-Lapu, Toy Purina and Geromino. The event is called My Heroes Have Always Killed Colonizers. Doors open at 5:30pm at the Center for Political Education. 522 Valencia Street in San Francisco.
The problems at Fukushima continue and a bunch of radioactive water spilled all over some workers. Next week on Thursday at 7 p.m., if you’re not listening to APEX Express please go to Fukushima is Here…Now What? a town hall forum at the Fellowship Hall—1924 Cedar St. in Berkeley