Need a Break: $25
RSVP is required
(for discounts write STUDENT or BREAK)
Be A Sponsor
- Friend ($100) 1 ticket and name printed in the program
- Supporter ($200) 2 tickets, name printed in the program.
- Advocate ($500) 5 tickets, name in the program, name read and logo in the program.
- Champion ($1,000) 5 tickets, name in the program, place banner, solidarity greeting.
- Visionary ($1,000-$5,000) 10 tickets, name in the program, place banner, solidarity greeting.
Tickets and sponsorships can be purchased at www.HumanAgenda.net or by mailing your tax-deductible donation made payable to Human Agenda to 1376 N. 4th Street, Suite 101, San Jose, CA 95112. Info @ (408) 460-2999
We will have two dynamic leaders speaking on the topic of “Resisting Oppression; Building Alternatives”: Malinda Markowitz, Co-President of California Nurses Association and National Nurses Organizing Committee and Vice President of National Nurses United & Nick Brana, Founder, Movement for a People’s Party; National Political Outreach Coordinator for Bernie 2016.
DECKS Awards: representing the values of Human Agenda
- Democracy: California Nurses Association (CNA), President Malinda Markowitz will accept the award
- Equality: Enrique Arguello, Business Representative, Laborers 270
- Cooperation: TeamWorks Cooperative, David Smathers Moore & others will accept the award
- Kindness: Father Jon Pedigo, Director of Advocacy & Community Engagement, Catholic Charities
- Sustainability: 350 Silicon Valley, Nicole Kemeny & others will accept the award
Please sponsor the Banquet as a Visionary, Champion, Supporter, or Friend, or purchase tickets by December 2 online or via landmail. If you cannot attend, please make a donation to Human Agenda so we can sustain our work to improve our community, our democracy, and our economy.
Each year Human Agenda celebrates the coming year with great hopefulness and optimism as to what we can do in the coming year. We also recognize the human rights and community activism of local leaders, in support of the annual Dec. 10 U.N. Human Rights Day.
First world poverty, inequality, and unemployment are unacceptable. Each July we visit a migrant farmworker labor camp in Watsonville to hear the testimonies of some of society’s most vulnerable workers. The tours challenge participants to better understand the conditions of Mexican farmworkers in Northern California by sharing in their lives, food, and living quarters.
With 100,000 workers in 120 cooperatives, no layoffs since 1956 and higher income than Spanish workers, how can we learn from the largest worker-owned cooperatives in the Western world, located in the Basque region of Spain?
Government for the people, can we do it here?
Come learn what Richmond Mayor Gayle Mclaughlin and her city council are doing for the people of Richmond, California: jobs, housing, healthcare, education, environment, people’s participation in local Government.