Speakers & Music for the March Against Corruption

Musical performance of ‘Connect the Dots’ will delight you with sounds and props to help you connect the dots of government and corruption, with original music from Michael Sullivan.

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Farah Muhsin Al Mousawi is just one of the many amazing speakers we will have during the rally, Get there at noon for music and to hear Farah Muhsin Al Mousawi and others from a range of issues speak about how their issue is affected by big money in politics and the corruption of our government .

Farah Muhsin Al Mousawi: Iraqi refugee and activist living the Bay Area since 2008. Farah has worked with various non-profits in California, Chicago, and New York on issues relating to the war in Iraq and human rights. She is currently a member of Civilian-Soldier Alliance, Collective member of Courage To Resist, and an organizer with CODEPINK.Farah Muhsin Al Mousawi——————————————————————————————————————————-

MonaLisa Wallace, Esq. is a Bay Area civil and environmental rights activist.  She is an attorney and organizer working with organizations including the National Organization for Women, CodePink, the Bay Area Coalition for Reproductive Rights, Occupy Foundation and the Occupy SF Action Council.  She speaks at the March Against Corruption on the subject of Roman Catholic, Mormon and other wealthy Christian right wing religious institutional funding of political campaigns, legislation and elected officials opposing reproductive human rights, marriage equality, ordination and other spiritual leadership by women, ratification of CEDAW and the ERA and gender equality.

Twitter:  GreenFeminist

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Khafre Jay is Founder & Executive Director of Hip Hop For Change. He has been a pillar of the Hip Hop community in San Francisco for a decade working with Frisco’s own B-Pos as well as an activist.  He’s worked in the nonprofit sector from small, local justice groups to large international environmental organizations.  He has also spent many years doing work with disadvantaged young people using his hip hop roots to bridge social gaps.  Khafre’s experience in merging activism and expressive cultural arts led him to found HipHopForChange as the next manifestation of his ongoing work.



Nolan Higdon is a lecturer in history at Diablo Valley College and Project Censored Faculty Affiliate researcher and contributor.


This is just an example of the many speakers we have lined up for Saturday (We will be adding more to this post soon, check back here or just show up on Saturday)

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