Wednesday - Sep 19, 2018

Commonwealth Club hosts two distinguished speakers


Richie Havens: ­PHOTO BY ACOUSTIC MUSICRichie Havens: ­PHOTO BY ACOUSTIC MUSIC

The Commonwealth Club hosts Professor Emeritus, UC and author Chalmers Johnson in conversation with USF Visiting Professor Patrick Lloyd Hatcher on “America’s Imperial Overreach”. A high-profile critic of U.S. military policy overseas, Johnson will discuss how the nation’s actions are undermining its political and economic strength.

This free event will be held on Tuesday, March 6 at Fromm Hall, USF. Check in begins at 5:30, and the program is followed by a wine and cheese reception at 7 p.m. For more information call (415) 597-6734.

Chairman and CEO George Halvorson of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals will present a plan to improve the quality of care and patient safety. Halvorson has over 30 years of health care management experience and is the author of three books on health care.

The event is Wednesday, March 7 at the Commonwealth

Club, 595 Market St., 2nd floor in San Francisco. Cost is $12 for members and $18 for non-members. The program is preceded by a 5:30 p.m. reception. For information call (415) 597-6734.

Rich salsa to dance and lessons to learn Under new tion Roccapulco Superclub invites him to once and for all to learn the rhythm of salsa. If you do not know, come and lose the shyness learning the key steps to be able then say: “ Yes, I dance salsa”. Every Wednesday salsa dance classes for two hours from 8 p.m. Cover charge. At 3140 Mission Street, SF CA 94110. www.roccapulco.com

Save the date

Each day this week over a hundred people have turned out to Stop the Immigration Raids and call for Legalization for All in front of the Immigration Building in downtown San Francisco, in spite of the rain and cold weather!

This Friday we need you and all your people to come out and support immigrant rights on International Women’s Day, Thursday, March 8 2007 MUA, the Women’s Collective, POWER and DataCenter will release Behind Closed Doors: Working Conditions of CA Household Workers From 11 to 1pm in the Women’s Building, 3453 s18th St, SF.