Friday, Nov. 30
World Aids Day March
2929 7th St.
Protest for affordable medications for all nations. March five blocks to Bayer. 841-4339
Black Filmmakers Hall of
Fame 12th Annual Black
7 - 10 p.m.
Oakland Museum of California
1000 Oak St., Oakland
“Maangamizi: The Ancient One.” The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has accepted Maangamizi as the official entry from Tanzania for nomination consideration for the upcoming 74h Annual Academy Awards Foreign Language Film Award category. This is the first time ever that an entry from Tanzania has been considered and presented to the screening committee. 465-0804, www.blackfilmmakershall.org.
Benefit for a Peace House in
7 - 9 p.m.
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
Cedar and Bonita St.
The peace house will serve as an educational center on indigenous rights, neoliberal economics, and human rights observation for the international community. Live music, documentary film ‘Zapatista,’ and a traditional Mexican dinner. $25. 652-3512, firstname.lastname@example.org
Still Stronger Women: Arts, Literature, Movies weekly
1:15 - 3:15 p.m.
North Berkeley Senior Center
1901 Hearst, at MLK Jr.
The life and legacy of Amelia Earhart, plus film. Free. 232-1351
Dunsmuir Historic Estate
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
2960 Peralta Oaks Court, Oakland
Volunteers have transformed the 50-acre estate and the 1899 mansion into a holiday event. 925-275-9595, www.dunsmuir.org.
City Commons Club
Berkeley City Club
2315 Durant Ave.
Nat Goldhaber, entrepreneur, presents “Running for Vice-President in a Spiritual Age.” $1 admission; 11:45 a.m. lunch, $12.25. 848-3533
7 - 9 p.m.
Unity Center for the Creative Spirit
Bring your own drum or borrow one. 540-8844
– Compiled by Guy Poole