Thursday Oct 15
6:00pm 456 Montgomery St. S.F.
DEMO AT THE ISRAELI COUNSULATE
Israel is killing Palestinians at an increasing rate.
6:00 to 7:30pm Koret Auditorium at the Main Library
TOMORROWS TRANSIT: THE FUTURE OF THE
Panel discussion with Q and A
Moderator, Tom Radulovish
Panelists: Maria Ayerdi-Kaplan, Kevin Conger,
and Joshua Switzky (leaders in downtown transit,
architecture and planning)
a free event
8:00 – 11 pm Sweet Fingers, 464 E 14th St.
RISE UP OCTOBER
Concert and show. A fund raising event on Oct. 24th
Against police brutality and mass incarceration.
$10. – $20. donation requested
Friday Oct 16 – Oct. 18
8:45 am – 8:45 pm Marin Center 10 Avenue of the
Flags in San Rafael
2015 BIONEERS CONFERENCE
Revelations from the heart of nature
Speakers, Family Fair, Change makers fair, Organic
Grass up! celebration of farmers and food systems
to create a healthy fair food system.
6:00 to 8:00 pm Masonic and Fell St. S.F.
HAIGHT ASHBURY PEACE VIGIL
Every one welcome. We have signs, music and
Saturday Oct. 17th
7:00 – 10:00 Omni Commons 4799 Shattuck, Oakland
TO CHANGE EVERYTHING: THE PROMISE OF
Panel discussion with Q & A to follow
speakers are organizers from Latin America, Eastern
Europe, the Balkans and North America.
Sunday Oct. 18th
9:30 am UU Church 1187 Franklin St. S.F.
Speaker Senator Mark Leno
light breakfast served donation $3.00 requested
2:00 – 4:00 215 Golden Gate Ave. S.F.
S.F. OCCUPY ACTION COUNCIL
Open discussion to share ideas on how to effect
positive change in our government. We need to make
personal connections with activists from the many
groups active in the Bay Area to better plan
7:00 to 9:00 pm 518 Valencia St. S.F. (near 16th)
THE STRUGGLE IN TURKEY AND THE FIGHT TO
DEFEND HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR RIGHTS
Video screening and speakers from the Turkish
community, the Kurdish community, the Armenian
community and speakers on labor conditions.
This event is sponsored by Solidarity Committee with
the people of Turkey, KPFA Workd Week Radio and
United Public Workers for Action.
more info 415-282-1908
Monday Oct 19
6 to 9 pm at Global Exchange
2017 Mission St near 16th St.
THE PEOPLE MAKE THE PEACE
LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE VIETNAM
ANTI WAR MOVEMENT
Come and hear the stories of Rennie Davis,
one of the Chicago 7, Judy Gumbo, anti war
activist and Yippy, and Frank Joyce, a labor
and peace activist from Detroit.
followed by Q & A
donations requested but no one turned away
Attending the Occupy Forum will get you connected to good people
who are active in the many groups trying to change conditions in
our nation for working people. We will all be stronger and more
effective when we have allies. In unity there is strength!
7:00 pm Sonoma State University in the Commons
DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND
JUSTICE FOR SOME. HOW TO RECLAIM THE
AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL
Speaker Peter Mathews exposing the influence
of corporate campaign and lobbying money that
bought our politicians.
sponsored by Project Censored and Vets for
7:00 – 9:30 440 Grand Ave. Oakland
WHERE THERE IS HOPE: THE ART OF MURDER
Open forum and film screening
Film tells the story of police murder of disabled
persons. Over 50% of the victims of police brutality
have a disability that contributed to the incident.
Hip hop artists Leroy More, Keith Jones with
Kin Folkz and Tiny of Poor Magazine.
$5.00 donation requested at the door
7:00 pm 2969 Mission St.
Speaker – Venezuela Supreme Court Magistrate
Fernando Vegas Torrealla. will explain the
Venezuela Bolivian Constitution, its Judicial
system and electoral system.
$5.00 to $10.00 donation (no one turned away)
Sponsor Answer Coallition
Wednesday Oct. 21
5:30 – 6:30 Montgomery and Market S.F.
CODE PINK PEACE VIGIL
Join others under the large peace banner and
distribute leaflets to the public on the issues of
the day. Bring your signs and leaflets to distribute.
6:00 San Francisco City Hall rm. 408
OPEN SOURCE ELECTION SYSTEM
We want no corporate secrets in our voting
machines. Come to encourage San Francisco
to implement a solution to the national election
crisis. Demand the removal of corporate control
from our vote counting process. Speak up for an
open source voting system.
“We are the 99%!” is the truth—but we have to work together to be powerful. If your group is planning some activity please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
by Wednesday before your event. The calendar goes out each Thursday.