Oakland, Calif.

June 7, Sat., 10 a.m. – noon

CPUSA Oakland/Berkeley club invites all to the Political Affairs Readers Group. This month discussing the article by Davis S. Pena entitled “Marx’s Capital and Sustainable Development,” in the February/March 2008 issue of Political Affairs.

At the Niebyl-Proctor Library, 6501 Telegraph Ave., between Alcatraz and 66th St.

Call the Library at (510) 595-7417 or visit the website for a copy of the article. We invite everyone to come and share their ideas and understanding.

New York City

June 14, Sat., 2:00-5:00 p.m.

NY Friends of the People’s Weekly World host the 2008 Better World Awards Luncheon. At 1199’s MLK Labor Center, 310 West 43rd Street (b/w 8th & 9th Aves), Manhattan

Tickets: $40, $20 low income & youth.

Honorees include Transport Workers Union Local 100, the New York Taxi Workers Alliance, Brooklyn for Peace, stalwart comrade and activist Estelle Katz.

For more information, program booklet ad rates or tickets call (212) 924-0550 or email nyfriends@pww.org.

Sheboygan, Wis.

Through October

Civil Liberties Art Exhibitions at the John Michael Kohler

Arts Center

Through Sept. 7

“Vested Interests”

June 15–October 12

“Michelle Pred: (dis)possessions”

June 29–September 28

“Under Surveillance”

The exhibitions feature garments, installation works, sculptures, performances, and videos that reflect different perspectives on concepts such as personal and public identity, labor issues, stereotyping, confiscation, and surveillance. Admission is free.

The Arts Center is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Call (920) 458-6144 for additional information, or visit the Arts Center’s Web site .


Through June 12

“Viva L’Arte” is a community-based show featuring Latino and youth artists exploring the multi-dimensional Latin American experience.

Lotus Keep Gallery, 1017 N. Western Ave

Call (773) 252-2808 for hours and more information.

June 5

9 p.m. – 2 a.m.

Jammin’ 4 Justice series for Co-op Image.

$10 at the door with password “Co-op Image,” $15 without password.

Music by Dj’s Papa G, The Graduate and more.

Funky Buddha Lounge, 728 W. Grand Ave.

Cooperative Image Group is a non-profit arts education and social entrepreneurship organization that facilitates programs with youth ages 6-21, and is a sponsor of “Viva L’Arte.”

June 22, Sun., 3 – 7 p.m.; program at 4 p.m.

25th Anniversary: The Life of Rudy Lozano: Remembering the past, fighting for the future.

At University of Illinois at Chicago, 750 S Halsted St., Illinois Room. Suggested donation: $10.

Sponsored by 22nd Ward IPO and Rafael Cintron-Ortiz Latino Center @ UIC. Info: 773-762-4900.

What’s On listings are 10 lines for $20, e-mail: ads@pww.org