I've been a resident of Berkeley since 1967 and graduated Berkeley High School in 1981 and excepted by the University of California at Berkeley but chose to attend San Francisco State University.
I served on the Peace and Justice Commission from 1998 to 1999 with Mark Macdonald where I was involved with the Ethnic Studies victory at UC Berkeley in 1999 and spearheaded the name change at Berkeley's Columbus elementary school to that of Rosa Parks.
My many political experiences include working for a pilot program for bio-diesel use in 38 AC Transit buses at the cost of 938,000 dollars AND fighting off the dreaded transit village at Ashby BART and the BRT (Bus Rapid Transit).
Along with being part of the our diverse community, I lead the longest (648 days) urban tree-sit in history at the Oak Grove Memorial Stadium. This FREE SPEECH action also helped to:
I have previously run for Mayor of Berkeley with success and have received the past endorsements from such notables as Cindy Sheehan, Wilson Riles, Late Councilmember Donna Spring and UC Berkeley professor Ignacio Chapela. I'm currently working with international implications on a stop driving campaign in its third year. www.stopdriving.org
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