Read down this list of events and try to pick one that you can attend.
Stand together for the 99% — as the top 1% try to keep us down.
Tuesday Oct. 18
7:00 pm City Lights Book Store
267 Columbus St. San Francisco
BREAKING THROUGH POWER – IT’S EASIER THAN
Author and American Legend RALPH NADER
This is your chance to see Ralph up close and personal!
You can ask him questions about the Presidential race.
Wednesday Oct. 19
3:00 – 5;00 pm 1300 Evans St. in San Francisco
RALLY AGAINST ABUSIVE MANAGEMENT
Union Shop Stewart Angela Bibb-Merrit is being
threatened with lay off by the Post Office.
Angela has been very active in Occupy and would
inform union members at her work site of some of
the Occupy events. Please join the rally to protest
for our sister Angela! She was very active in the
occupation of Staples which was threatening the
lay off of postal employees. She was also a
supporter of the Federal Reserve Occupation.
5:00 – 6:00 pm Van Ness Ave at Pine St. S.F.
BANNER FOR MEDICARE FOR ALL
Come and help hold up the banner at a campaign
watch party of Clinton supporters. This is before
the shouting match between Hillary and Trump.
6:00 pm Downtown Berkeley BART
CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL FOR LARUNG GAR
Larung Gar is the largest Tibetan Buddhist Academy. It
is being demolished by the Chinese government. They
will evict and displace five thousand students and
6:30 – 8 :30 Berkeley Unified School District
2020 Bonar St.
then marching to 123` Addison St. (behind in the
RETURN ANTI FASCIST TEACHER YVETTE
FEIARCA TO HER CLASSROOM!
Protest and speak out! We demand that she be
reinstated and paid her full wages and end the
harassment of her and her students must be stopped,
7:30 pm Eastside Arts Alliance
2277 International Blvd, Oakland
ANTI POLICE TERROR PROJECT
This is a multi racial, multi generational group working to find
repeatable and sustainable model to end police terrorism
in this country.
7:30 – 9:30 King Middle School
1781 Rose St. Berkeley
speakers: David Talbot and Chris Hedges
UNSPEAKABLE: ON THE MOST FORBIDDEN TOPICS
Discussion of he state of our nation and the efforts to
refuse to take the destruction of our nation lying down.
hosted by Sabrina Jacobs
advance tickets at independent book stores $15.00
at the door $18.00
This is a KPFA benefit
Thursday Oct. 20
12:00pm – 3:00 pm City College Mission Campus
1125 Valencia St. S.F.
ROCK THE VOTE!
Enjoy music and refreshments as you register
to vote. Bilingual assistance available
1:30 – 2:30 pm 8032 Mac Arthur blvd. Oakland
UNHOUSED VOTER REGISTRATION TENT
A PRESS CONFERENCE AND ENCAMPMENT
We want some of the Ohlone Land for building
homes for the homeless. Do not ‘develop’ this
land for high priced housing.
6:00 pm San Francisco Mail Library, 100 Larkin St. S.F;
Latino Room B, lower level
FORUM ON PUBLIC HOUSING AND TRANSIT
Labor and unions, should we support Prop. K and
Bart Prop RR? Should workers pay billions of
dollars in new taxes instead of taxing businesses
and corporations? Why is our transit system in a crisis?
How should we solve it? Should public transit be free?
sponsored by United Public Workers for Action
Friday Oct. 21
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Oakstop
1721 Broadway, Oakland
LIVING THE NEXT ECONOMY
Join hundreds of passionate local leaders who are
lifting up solutions and helping build the new
inclusive, vibrant Oakland of our dreams. Come
for two days of workshops, panels, keynote
addresses, panels, and self organized open
There are over 20 organizations sponsors.
5:00 – 8:00 pm 601 Dolores St. S.F.
CELEBRATING A DECADE OF DEDICATION
Join us to celebrate 10 years of service to youth
and families impacted by parental incarceration.
We will learn about future goals. We will have
food, music, pictures, raffle prizes, and free child
7:00 pm 2969 Mission St. S.F.
TRUMP IS POISON – BUT IS CLINTON THE ANTIDOTE?
Join in a discussion on these questions and why we
should not vote for the lesser of two equals.
donations requested $3.00 – $10. no one turned away
refreshments are served
sponsored by S.F.Party for Socialism & liberation (PSL)
more info 415-821-6171
7:00 – 9:00 pm Uptown Body and Fender
401 26th st. Oakland
HEBRON AND BEYOND ; SETTLEMENTS
OCCUPATION AND YOUTH RESISTANCE
Speaker Issaa Amro
founder of YAS – Youth Against Settlements
The group educates young Palestinians in non
Sponsors American Muslims for Palestine, Code Pink,
Jewish Voice for Peace.
Saturday Oct. 22
10:00 an – 12:00 pm Ellis St. Family Apartments
555 Ellis St. (between Hyde and Leavenworth)
A FORUM ON POLICE ISSUES IN S.F.
Ask Police Captain Teresa Ewens about:
* Neighborhood and city issues
* Police training
* Body camera and tasers
* Training for mental health , illness, homeless
people, di escalation strategies and more….
Bring your questions
sponsor S.F Gray Panthers
11:00 am – 5: pm Ogawa Plaza, Oakland
BLACK PANTHER PARTY 50 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
RALLY AND CONCERT
Free Event! four day celebration is set off by this
concert. Four days of amazing speeches, panels
and musical performances.
hosted by the Black Panther Party
!2:00 pm – 7:00 pm Imprint City
Egbert Ave. between Third and Jennings.
BAYVIEW LIVE FESTIVAL
This is a S.T.E.A.M. festival showing the teck
work of the young people of the Bay View.
It is a fun filled festival
2:00 – 4:00 pm Oakland Senior Center
1724 Adeline St (at 18th St.) Oakland
NEGRO SPIRITUALS HERITAGE DAY, HONORING
Songs will be sung by Labor Chorus chorus members
Harriet and Alex Bafwell.
The Remember Robeson Committee is writing a book
of the spirituals and songs he sang all over the
8:30 – 10:00 pm ATA Gallery 992 Valencia St. S.F.
OTHER CINEMA – JOHN LAWS HISTORY OF
PRANKS AND YES MEN
A film of pubic put ons – a vedio mix of spoofs and
pranksters, yes men and culture jammers, and
Sunday Oct 23
9:30 am UU Sunday Forum
1187 Franklin St at Geary
Martin Luther King Room
SAN FRANCISCO SANCTUARY CITY
Speaker David Chin, state assembly District 17
What are the meanings of sanctuary city in these times of
immigration and refugees now a major issue?
3:30 – 5:30 pm Omni Oakland Commons
4799 Shatuck Ave. Oakland
FAMILIES UNITED FOR JUSTICE
We will hear the families speak about their loved ones.
We will share ideas for the further organizing — most of
all we love and support each other.
Monday Oct 24
all day and the next day
Beale Air Force Base
KEEP SPACE FOR PEACE!
No drones, no war, satellites, no weapons
Vigil and protest at the Wheatland Gate
3960 Beale Road
Pot luck following
Camp out at the Main Gate, 4675 N. Beale Rd.
sponsor Code Pink
Tuesday Oct. 25
6:00 am – 8:00 am Vigil and Protest at the main gate of Beale A.F.B.
Breakfast and debriefing in Marysville afrter
Sponsor, Code Pink
6:00 pm San Francisco Main Library
Koret Auditorium 100 Larken St. S.F.
Concert of Arab American music and poetry
HOME AWAY FROM HOME – LITTLE PALESTINE
BY THE BAY
Free evening with local artist George Lammam, Gabiel Navia,
Elmay Abinadr, Lorene Zarou-Zouonis and Tarik Kayoleh.
Come early and check out the art inthe Bay exhibition in the
7:30 – 9:30 St. John’s Presbyterian Church
2727 College Ave, Berkeley
ALL THE REAL INDIANS DIED OFF (and twenty more
myths about Native Americans
Speakers Roxane Dunbar Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker
Hosted by Miguel Garvilan Molina
These woman take on a wide range of persistent myths
about American Indians. Most of these are rooted in fears
and prejudice and the settler state aimed at acquiring
KPFA Benefit. $12.00 in advance
$15.00 at the door