“Really Really Free Market” at La Palma Park Sunday, and much more this Weekend! (WOT)


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It’s time again for one of our favorite Anaheim events tomorrow (Sunday) – our big-hearted anti-capitalist friends are doing their “Really Really Free Market” at La Palma Park from 1 to 4 pm (look for the banner!)  From their Facebook event page:

**Bring stuff you don’t need/want anymore!
**And get stuff you do need/want!
If you don’t have anything to share you are still welcome to take anything you like (:

*If you are brining items to share please only bring what you can carry (a bag or two) *Try and show up early (not 30min before we clean up) So folx have time to look and take items. This will also help us have less to clean up!

*WHAT CAN YOU BRING?
Bring books, clothes, music, electronics, games, children’s toys, art supplies, non perishable food items, etc.
Workshops/ skill sharing are great! (Ex. Art w the children, upcycling, informative workshops, etc)

*NO MONEY, NO BARTER, NO TRADE, EVERYTHING IS FREE.

*One person’s trash is another person’s treasure!
*What isn’t taken at the end of the day will be donated.
*Bring your instruments n jam out 😉 or bring a game, soccer ball, or frisbee to play with others!
*Feel free to organize items, help clean up, etc.

*Make sure to keep your belongings with you so folx dont take them on accident! And bring a bag to take stuff home in!

*POTLUCK so bring any foods stuffs to share!
*If you can bring something post what you are bringing!
*Any questions? Feel free to ask!
*If you would like to share a skill/hold a workshop post it here to bring folx in that are interested!

Homophobia, transphobia, sexism, racism, ableism, body shaming, etc. will not be tolerated

The Really, Really Free Market (RRFM) movement is a horizontally-organized collective of individuals who form a temporary market based on an alternative gift economy. The RRFM movement aims to counteract capitalism in a proactive way. It holds as a major goal to build a community based on sharing resources, caring for one another and improving the collective lives of all.

Invite friends and family!

https://facebook.com/RRFMAnaheim/

Let’s see, what else is happening this weekend?

Today, Saturday July 21

It’s the six-year anniversary of the two police killings that launched the Anaheim riots of 2012 – Manuel Diaz July 21 (today) and Joel Acevedo July 22 (tomorrow).  Some of the family and friends (and musicians and dancers) are getting together at Boysen Park from 3 to 6 today (Saturday.)

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THIS MORNING,  10 to NOON (hurry, get dressed!) is Katie Porter’s CA-45 Unity Party,  4531 Bryan Ave, Irvine.  Seriously, good luck getting unity out of Irvine Democrats right now, Katie!  I hope it happens…

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11 to 3pm today at Santa Ana’s Bowers Museum, Native American Flute Performance with Gary Stroutsos!

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Tomorrow – SUNDAY July 22

Sunday 10 to noon, “Benefit Brunch and Bottomless Bubbles,” celebrating a year of achievement at the LGBT Center, 305 E. 4th in Santa Ana, sponsored by Mohammed Aly’s OCPAC (Poverty Alleviation Coalition.)

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Sunday 11am to 1pm, “We Lay Down and Wept” – at Temple Beth Sholom, 2625 N Tustin Ave, Santa Ana.  “Please join us for a special Tisha B’Av program during this time of grief over our country’s broken immigration system. As children are being separated from their parents, and as asylum seekers and refugees are being denied international human rights, we will embrace our tradition for wisdom and comfort.

“Through song, poetry, and meaningful texts, we will open our arms to the vast refugee crisis that plagues our world, and especially our country right now.

“Tisha B’Av is the day the ancient Temple in Jerusalem fell, and the Jews went into exile. Traditionally, it’s a day that symbolizes the numerous tragedies that made Jews refugees. It also begins the two-month long process of the High Holy Day period – one that concludes with renewal and rebuilding.

“In our time, Jews are no longer refugees, however, it is our imperative to stand up for the stranger, the other, because “we know the heart of the stranger.”

“This program is organized by The Orange County Jewish Coalition for Refugees in cooperation with T’ruah and local organizations and congregations that have signed on to the HIAS Welcome Campaign initiative: Congregation B’nai Israel, Congregation B’nai Tzedek, Temple Beth David, Shir Ha-Ma’alotUniversity Synagogue OC, Temple Beth Emet,Jewish Collaborative of Orange County & Rabbi Jill Berkson Zimmerman.”

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Sunday, 11:30 to 2 – Flip the 48th Epic Campaign Rally and Organizing Meeting, at Carden Conservatory Elementary School, 5702 Clark Drive, Huntington Beach.  “Join us for this HUGE Flip the 48th Congressional Campaign Rally & Organizational Meeting, as we all join forces and unite behind the Democratic Candidate about to WIPE OUT Dana Rohrabacher in November – HARLEY ROUDA!

“But it won’t happen without every single one of you on board. Even if you have never volunteered on a campaign before, even if you volunteered for another congressional candidate, even if you WERE another congressional candidate in CA48 – we need ALL HANDS ON DECK as we work shoulder to shoulder over the next 4 months to make this dream a reality.

“Be there, and be a part of history.”
Please officially RSVP here: https://events.mobilizeamerica.io/roudaforcongress/event/4777/

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And here in Anaheim tomorrow, from 4-7 pm, Dr Jose Moreno for Council District 3 Kick-off Event!  Located at the good Doctor’s home, address provided when you RSVP with Karen Hinks at hinkskaren@gmail.com or 714-615-2741…

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Oh, and Monday the 23rd!

And Monday 5:30 ro 7:30, at “Social Costa Mesa,” 512 W 19th St, is Mayoral candidate Katrina Foley’s Happy Hour Meet the Candidate Fundraiser!  

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MEANWHILE HERE’S YOUR WEEKEND OPEN THREAD,

YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO!

 


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