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The Petaluma Progressives are a local, grassroots, political education and action group. In addition to hosting The Progressive Festival each year, we have held public protests and vigils, lobbied elected officials, done work in our local schools, endorsed and worked on progressive candidates' campaigns, hosted one night a month at the Friday Night Film series at the Foundry Wharf, etc. etc. Our monthly meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month, at 7 pm, downstairs in:  Copperfields Books, 140 Kentucky Street, Petaluma. All are welcome.
 

The Petaluma Progressives, P.O. Box 445, Petaluma, CA 94953 Tel. 707.763.8134

The Petaluma Progressives Present:

Coming this
September 27th
the Eighteenth Annual Progressive Festival

Co-hosted by The Petaluma Progressives and Occupy Petaluma

Sunday, September 27, 2015
12:00pm to 5:00pm

Always Free @ Walnut Park
downtown Petaluma, CA

Featured Speakers:

Miko Peled, author of “The General’s Son - Journey of an Israeli in Palestine”
http://mikopeled.com

Davey D of KPFA’s Hard Knock Radio http://www.daveyd.com

Peter Phillips on Radical Media http://www.projectcensored.org

Charlene Love, Homeless Action!
 

Susan Lamont, Police Accountability

Also speakers on: Immigrant Rights; GMO labeling; Iraq Veterans; Jobs With Justice; Guided to Safety; Industrial Hemp. Music to be announced.

The event is co-produced by the Petaluma Progressives and Occupy Petaluma!
Cosponsored by
KPFA 94.1 FM (kpfa.org), the Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County (peaceandjusticesonomaco.org).

It takes place at Walnut Park, Petaluma Blvd South and D Street, downtown Petaluma. It is free to the public.

Tamales, Rice, Beans, Other Goodies & Drinks Available.

To reserve a booth space for your group, please send your check to:

The Petaluma Progressives
P.O. Box 445
Petaluma, CA
94953

For more info, call 707.763.8134

Or by email:

Click on this link to view a short QuickTime video of Jim Hightower speech to the 2014 Progressive Festival.

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Directions

From San Francisco and points south - Take 101 North, get off at the Petaluma Blvd. South exit, and go straight for about two miles. Walnut Park will be on your left, at the corner of D Street and Petaluma Blvd., right in downtown Petaluma.

From Santa Rosa and points north - Take 101 South, get off at the Petaluma Blvd. North exit. Turn right at the light and go about two miles, through downtown Petaluma to D Street. Walnut Park is at the corner of Petaluma Blvd and D St., on your right.

Parking - There is parking on the streets surrounding the park, or at the public parking facility on C Street, between 1st and 2nd St.

The 2015 Festival Features

Miko Peled arrested by Israeli soldiers for protesting illegal settlements in the West Bank.

Davey D