Action Council Events: September 24 to October 1

~ Action Council ~
Next Meeting
Sunday, September 27, 2015
2:00pm – 4:00pm
UNITE / HERE – Local 2
215 Golden Gate Ave.
(nr. Civic Center BART)
San Francisco
Temporary Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board:

Thursday September 24 – Thursday, October 1

Thursday, September 24

S 24, Thursday, 8:30am – 11:00am, TTIP Roadshow!

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
The Orrick Building
405 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-2669

The Trans Atlantic Business Council is stepping up to promote the TTIP, European Trade Agreement at this speakers event in San Francisco.

Xiomara from the Citizen’s Trade Campaign is  organizing a group of folks to be outside leafleting and possibly go inside to ask questions during Q&A’s. This is a good opportunity to offer a critical voice and let people/press know that this is no unanimity around the TTIP!  Some people believe this is the trade agreement we don’t need to worry about!

To register to go in free:

Info: Xiomara  or 510-593-2225 (office)

S 24, Thursday, 4:00pm & 7:00pm, City College of San Francisco (CCSF) Board of Trustees Meeting

CCSF – Ocean Campus
Phelan Ave. MUB – Room 140

.Meeting convenes at 4:00 PM
There will be public comment on closed session agenda at 4:15 PM.
The closed session includes labor negotiations and real property negotiations (33 Gough)

The open session reconvenes at 7:00 PM. The discussion about NACIQI is the 3rd action item on the agenda which comes after the consent agenda and two presentations.
.Please be there to give a comment asking the trustees to send a representative to Washington, D.C. to testify about the ACCJC!

S 24, Thursday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, The San Francisco Housing Crisis: Finally – An Open Debate!

518 Valencia St.

A free public forum sponsored by Progressive Democrats of America (PDA)
Three proposed city propositions on the Nov. ballot regarding SF housing: “A”, “F” and “I”. Time for Q&A


Friday, September 25

S 25, Friday, 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Call to Action: Rally and Speak Out for Pedie Perez!

Richmond City Hall
450 Civic Center Plz.

US Attorney General Loretta Lynch is coming to Richmond City Hall.

Once again, despite evidence, witnesses, and a video of the shooting, the police killing of an unarmed man has been ruled a justifiable homicide and will not be investigated. This is unacceptable! We need police accountability now!

Lynch has tuned out the pleas of the people for police accountability.

Sponsor: Open Circle


747 Polk St.

Panel discussion:
Nancy Reido Kato, AFSCME 3299
Andy LIbson, United Teachers of San Francisco

War on Labor and the Public Service panel discussion on “Right to Work” laws

Sggested donation $3.00, Snack plates $6.00
info and

Saturday, September 26

S 26, Saturday, 12pm – 5pm S 27 & Sunday, 12pm – 5pm
Flood Wall St. West Art Party! September 26th & 27th in West Oakland

Greenpeace Warehouse
955 7th Street,

We’ll be making banners, flags and lots of colorful props for our march and action Flood Wall Street West

Info / RSVP:

S 26, Saturday, 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Rise Up October, Stop Police Murder – What Can We Do to End Police Murder?

Unitarian Universalist Center
1187 Franklin St. @ Geary

First in a series of three meetings: exploring crucial issues of the criminal “justice” system in the U.S.

Carl Dix Co-founder (with Dr. Cornel West) of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network &
Pastor Jerome McCorry, Dayton, Ohio Adam Project director and Faith coordinator of Stop Mass Incarceration Network
Moderator: Rochelle Fortier Nwadibia

Thousands of people have risen in the last year to demand that the police stop their wanton and repeated killings of Black and Latino people. But the police, backed up from on high, have continued this onslaught and lashed back harder. This is a plague.

Rise Up October has called for militant and mass mobilization on October 22 to 24, focused in New York City, to STOP this.

Coffee and Snacks
Donations at the door – no one turned away for lack of funds.

Sponsors: The SF Unitarian Universalist UNO Committee and Stop Mass Incarceration

S 26, Saturday, 3:30pm, 4:00pm – 8:00pm Readings: “100,000 THOUSAND POETS for CHANGE”

Beat Museum
540 Broadway (near Columbus)

Open Mic.
Info: 415-399-9626

Sunday, September 27

S 27, Sunday 2:00pm – 4:00pm, OccupySF Action Council Meeting

UNITE / HERE – Local 2
215 Golden Gate Ave.

Group discussion on sharing ideas on how to unify the actions the many groups seeking social and political change in our society. All invited to attend and participate.

S 27, Sunday, 3:00pm – 5:00pm,
Open Circle Addressing Police Terror & Systemic Oppression

Omni Commons
4799 Shattuck Ave.

3:00pm – Potluck – please bring a dish or snacks to share
3:30pm – Open Circle

an opportunity to build community with one another. Secondly, it is a space to reflect and collaborate on strategies and actions to bring about justice for the families who’ve lost loved ones to police terror and to bring an end to these egregious crimes.

Info / RSVP:

S 27, Sunday, 5:30pm, Video by: Tim Wise “White Like Me”

Omni Commons – basement
4799 Shattuck Ave.

Does White Supremacy still exist in the USA? Or as we are told in school, on TV, and in the press, etc. “We live in a PostRacial
Society now.” What do the majority of white people think? Is it racist to even bring up the subject of racism?

Tim Wise’s facts and figures on this issue are very helpful in our continuing struggle to build working class unity. Join in discussion afterward.

Supported by: Open Circle and Occupy Oakland GA
Info: gg at 9167182105 or

Monday, September 28

S 28, Monday, 8:00am – 11:00am,
Flood Wall Street West—Mass March & Action to Shut Down Climate Profiteers

Chelsea Manning Plaza (Justin Herman Plaza)
1 Market St.

Flood the institutions that are profiting from the climate crisis.

People across the continent are preparing and organizing for #FloodTheSystem, a continental uprising against the economic and political systems threatening our survival.

To kick off #FloodTheSystem, we’re going to Flood Wall Street West: San Francisco’s financial district. Flood Wall Street West will consist of a tour of shame of some of the worst corporate and political bad actors in San Francisco’s financial district. We will take mass direct action to shut down business as usual and emphasize the connections between the climate crisis, capitalism, exploitation and oppression.

This is direct action for everybody. While many will risk arrest, everyone can participate safely, whether or not you’re willing to go to jail. A legal briefing and nonviolent direct action training will be held before the march to make sure that everyone is prepared to participate.

For info / details leading up to Monday’s actions and to volunteer sign up at Organized by Flood Wall Street West Welcoming Committee.

Info / RSVP:  or

S 28, Monday, 7:00am – 6:00pm, Chesapeake Days of Action – Boycott Le Meridien & Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf

Le Meridien
333 Battery St.


Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf
555 North Point

S 28 Monday, 4:00pm – 6:00pm, Chesapeake Days of Action – CALL FOR COMMUNITY SUPPORT! Solidarity  Picket Line

Le Meridien
333 Battery St.


The owner of these hotels, Chesapeake Lodging Trust, has rejected workers’ demands for a fair process to decide on unionization – making them outliers in San Francisco’s hotel industry

Sponsor: UNITE/HERE – Local 2

S 28, Monday & S 29 Tuesday, Occupy Beale AFB

This month’s action will join Campaign Nonviolence & “Creative Resistance Action Planned”

Monday, Sep 28
12:30-2:30: Occupy Beale Meeting (Optional), Brick Coffee House, 316 D St., near 3rd, in Marysville
To discuss goals/framework, finalize plans for this event, AND begin to prepare for HOT NEWS: October 13 Court Hearing: Arraignment for 3 separate Beale
3 – 5pm: Main Gate, 4675 N. Beale Rd, Marysville monthly protest, followed by potluck and camping at the main gate. Hotel options also.

Tuesday, Sep 29 (wear white)
6 – 8am: “Creative Nonviolent Resistance Action,” Wheatland Gate 3960 S. Beale Rd. @ Ostrom Rd, Marysville
After Protest (Optional): Debrief and enjoy Breakfast at Brick Coffee House, D St., 316 D St., near 3rd, in Marysville

Info & Carpooling:
Grass Valley: Shirley Osgood, 941-320-0291
Chico:  Chris Nelson, 530-345-7590
Sacramento: Barry Binks,
From Bay Area: Toby Blome,, 510-215-5974
Tuesday, September 29

S 29, Tuesday, 7AM-11AM, 2PM-6PM – Chesapeake Days of Action – Boycott Le Meridien & Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf – Picket Line

Le Meridien
333 Battery St.


Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf
555 North Point

Support the Boycott – stop by the picket line

Sponsor: UNITE/HERE – Local 2

S 29, Tuesday, 1:00pm – 3:00pm,
Eviction is Elder Abuse Round 2: Return to the SF District Atty – Press conference & Visit

SF District Attorney Office
850 Bryant St.

Elders & Youth who have been abused by Evictions for profit resulting in the illness, crisis and even death of so many elders across the bay refuse to be intimidated, confused or brushed off Return to the District Atty with Elder Abuse Charges -Round 2

Even though three brave elders launched a case in May of 2015 the SF District Atty has refused to return our calls or respond to our emails.
The Visit will be proceeded by a press conference on the front steps of 850 Bryant

Sponsors: POOR Magazine, Manilatown Heritage FoundationI-HOTEL, San Francisco Bay View Newspaper Idriss Stelley Foundation (ISF), Deecolonize Academy Youth Skola

Wednesday, September 30

S 30, Wednesday 5:30pm – 6:30pm, Codepink’s Weekly PEACE VIGIL

Montgomery and Market in San Francisco.
(on the steps facing Market Street, below Feinstein’s office,
Directly above the Montgomery BART/Muni station)

JOIN CODEPINK, WORLD CAN’T WAIT, OCCUPYSF Action Council and others at the huge PEACE banner
Theme this week is: “REFUGEES…”

Feel free to bring your own signage, photos, flyers, …Additional signs and flyers provided.
Stand (or sit) with us and the huge PEACE banner.

Thursday, October 1

O 1, Thursday, Planning Commission Hearing on 52 luxury units @ 1198 Valencia St. (corner of 23rd St.)

Action Alert – Call / Email

52 luxury units at 1198 Valencia Street (on the corner of 23rd Street) across from Buena Vista Horace Mann School!!!
The Developer is sneaking in without any community outreach or notice!

Please call or email opposing this development and demand that the developer meet with the community:

Douglas Vu
SF Planning Department

sending copies of emails to the developer:

Charles Shinn

O 1, Thursday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Broken Windows and BID Business

St. Anthony’s Foundation
150 Golden Gate Ave.

A panel of experts to present: “Fighting BID’s and Broken Windows.” This panel will feature advocates from all over California, Oregon, and Colorado—representing the academic, legal, and community-based perspectives on the REAL impacts of Broken Windows Policing and the Business Improvement Districts [BID’s] role in promoting and funding this type of policing.

Broken Window’s Policing is a theory of policing that focuses on criminalizing the existence of poverty, blight, and undesireables in urban space. It is one of the main reasons our jail and prison systems are filled with poor people and people of color.

Sponsor: Coalition on Homelessnes
Info / RSVP:

O 1, Thursday, 5:30pm, Stop Airbnb Evictions!

1537 Mason St.

As part of a regional action in which tenants from six counties across the Bay Area are gathering to demand the “Right to a Roof,” we are coordinating a San Francisco protest of Airbnb’s impact on SF affordable rental housing. We will be gathering in North Beach where we gathered last year under Ted Gullicksen’s leadership to protest Airbnb impelled evictions

Sponsor: Anti-Eviciton Mapping Project

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