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Alameda Public Affairs Forum, January and February 2014 Events

From The Alameda Public Affairs Forum…

Saturday, January 11, 2014: “The Tibetan Struggle for Freedom” GIOVANNI Vassalo, President of the Bay Area Friends of Tibet .

We met him in October when members of the group protested the raising of the Chinese flag over Alameda City Hall ostensibly to a “Sister-City” relationship with a [...]

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Forum on American Labor Crisis

This week’s forum is on the Crisis in American Labor.

The Alameda Public Affairs Forum is offering a forum at the Alameda Free Library this Saturday, titled, “Crisis in American Labor.”

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Alameda Public Affairs Forum, Saturday, February 11th

Next Saturday, the Alameda Public Affairs Forum will host Robert Scheer, Editor of “Truth Dig”, on-line magazine, and author of THE GREAT AMERICAN STICKUP (How Reagan Republicans and Clinton Democrats Enriched Wall Street While Mugging Main Street) to speak about this year’s presidential election.

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Alameda Public Affairs Forum Talks Occupy Wall Street

Tomorrow night, at the Alameda Library, the Alameda Public Affairs Program will host Professor Jack Rasmus to talk about President Obama’s jobs program and the deepening global economic crisis.

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Alameda Public Affairs Forum on Net Neutrality Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Saturday, February 12th, at the Alameda Free Library at 7:00 p.m., the Alameda Public Affairs Forum will sponsor a hearing on net neutrality and the Internet – will the information superhighway be a freeway or a toll road?

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Alameda Public Affairs Forum Tomorrow Night on Medical Crisis in Africa

Tomorrow night, the Alameda Public Affairs Forum will hear from Dr. Susan Jacobson, a specialist in infectious diseases at Kaiser Fremont, on the AIDS crisis in Africa. Dr. Barry Schutz, an Africa specialist who teaches at Stanford University will chair the meeting, and Lejla Ahmetspahic, an Alameda High School student who spent time in Africa [...]

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Upcoming Alameda Public Affairs Forum: Parks for the People of Alameda

On September 11th, the Alameda Public Affairs Forum will sponsor a panel discussion at the Alameda Free Library, called “Parks for the People of Alameda.”

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Alameda Public Affairs Forum, April 10th – Behind the Tea Party Movement

[The following is an announcement from the Alameda Public Affairs Forum...]

Behind the Tea Party Movement – Where the Red Highway Took Me and Where it is Going…..

Speaker/Author/Commentator – Rose Aguilar

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Alameda Public Affairs Forum: California Public Education in Crisis

The following is a notice from the Alameda Public Affairs Forum…

ALAMEDA PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORUM

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 13— 7pm TO 9:30pm Alameda Public Library, Oak Street at Lincoln

SPECIAL EVENT: CALIFORNIA PUBLIC EDUCATION IN CRISIS: THE MARCH 4th DEMONSTRATIONS.

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Burdens of Proof: Iran, the U.S. and Nuclear Weapons

The Alameda Public Affairs Forum presents “Burdens of Proof: Iran, the United States and Nuclear Weapons – A Global View,” with Michael Veiluva.

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