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Here’s what we currently have scheduled.
7am: Jeff Gaines: FAT, BROKE, and BUSY: Escaping America’s “Never Enough” Culture: Effectively Manage Your Health, Wealth, and Stress
7:30 Joey Racano of Talk about the Bay
8:00: Emma Ramirez of the California Youth Connection
8:30: Bill Monning
7:00 Andrea Davi of The Peninsula Pilates Project discusses how they help breast cancer survivors discover their health
7:30: Luana Conley discuesses the Open Space Access Initiative
8:00: Victoria Law author of “Resistance Behind Bars” will discuss the Prison Hunger Strike
8:45 Juan Escamilla of KRxA sponsor Wilsons Tire and Service
6:30 Paul Swain and Susan Tiffany of the Salvation Army will talk about the services available through the Salvation Army and what communities can do to help out.
7:00: Walter Brasch author of “Fracking Pennsylvania” discusses the dangers of Fracking
7:30: Will Harris author of “Power Now” joins to talk about Lessons in Self-Worth for ~Everyone~ from the Upcoming Film THE BUTLER(starring Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey
8:00: Anita Finlay author of “Dirty Words on Clean Skin” discusses Hilary Clinton’s potential candidacy
8:30: Nasar Shansab discusses the recent Middle East Embassy Closings.
7:30 Media Matters
8:00: Jack Quirk
8:45 Eric Peterson of the Green Party
7:00 Steve Goings from both the NAACP and the Peace Coalition of Monterey County will speak on about 2 events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington
7:30: Reyes Bonilla Executive Director of Shelter Outreach Plus will discuss homelessness and their programs
8:00: Arlen Grossman’s Quotation Quotient
8:30 Ann Jealous and Caroline Haskell discuss: “Combined Destinies: Whites Sharing Grief about Racism”