Action Council Events — February 25 to March 3


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Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board:


(February 25 – March 3)

Thursday, February 25

F 25, Thursday, :00pm – 9:00pm, Mario Woods Coalition – Weekly Meeting

350 Rhode Island (nr. 16th Street) – entrance on Kansas St.

Weekly meeting.

FB Page:

Note Other FB site for Mario Woods: LOVE & JUSTICE 4 MARIO WOODS, 26, killed  by SF Bayview Police, 12-2-15

F 25, Thursday, 9:00pm – F 26, Friday 12Noon, Direct Action on Division: Port-a-potty, services, and advocacy for unhoused neighbors

Please check FB site for updates!

Division Street at 11th Street

Saint Francis Homeless Challenge is organizing a monitored port-a-potty at Division and 11th Street and offering a few services (including acupuncture and phone charging) to unhoused neighbors.

In anticipation of Mayor Lee’s 72-hour warning that all unhoused neighbors will be displaced from Division Street on Friday, we are joining the Coalition on Homelessness in documenting the announced sweeps and advocating for alternative locations where unhoused neighbors can count on safe sleep, 24/7 access to toilets, and increased access to healing and transition services. 

FYI: DPW generally starts sweeps at 5AM. People are needed early a.m.

Sign-up for a volunteer shift or to bring donations of food/drink:

NLG legal hotline for arrests: 415-285-1011.

Host: Saint Francis Homeless Challenge


Friday, February 26

F 26, Friday, 1:30pm, Stolen Equity/Stolen Housing Tour While the City Conducts Sweeps of UnHoused People it sells poor peoples houses         To the highest bidder

Tour Begins at: Eddy & Laguna Sts., SF

1)      Eddy & Laguna in the Fillmore at the Plaza East Apartments
2)      Midtown Apartments – 1415 Scott  @ O’Farrell
3)      Hunters Point – 25 Northridge

Tour of Stolen Equity/Stolen Housing by For Profit And Non-Profit Housing Developers and release of Demands for Equity & Reparations for Unhoused, Displaced People

“We have nowhere else to go,” Ronnie Jones, an elder,disabled un-housed resident of San Francisco who was living in a tent on Division street.Before I was out here I had an apartment in the FIllmore for years, the rent was raised and I couldn’t afford it, the first place i went was Golden Gate Park, then they made that illegal to be in, now i am out here and i have nowhere else to go..,”

While SF Mayor Ed Lee criminalizes public land for the publicly poor and creates new laws to arrest us for the sole act of being un-housed, he and his administration makes and facilitates back-room deals with non-profit and for-profit housing corporations to buy, sell and “manage” all the remaining low-income and public housing in San Francisco.

We as poor, working class,Black, Brown, indigenous and disabled people demand that the multiple stolen buildings slated to be housing for the very poor by Housing Authority, HUD and non-profits be turned over to the people

HELP NEEDED:  People with vehicles / vans who can help transport people


F 26, Friday, 5:00pm, Justice for Amilcar Perez- Lopez Killed by the SFPD

Beginning on Folsom between 24th and 25th,
Marching to Mission Police Station

One-year Anniversary of Amilcar’s Killing by SFPD

We’ll begin with a vigil at the site of his shooting (Folsom btw 24th and 25th), and then march to Mission Police Station.

Afterwards, a free community dinner at St. John’s at 15th and Julian (between Valencia and Mission).

Host: Mission Nightwalks

Info:  or

F 26, Friday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, WAR IN SYRIA: ENDING OR EXPANDING ?

2969 Mission St. (between 25th & 26th Streets)

$3.00 – $10.00 donation, no one turned away

Forum on Syria covering the following topics:

The real causes of the war in Syria;
The impact of the war on the people of Syria and the entire region;
The role of the U.S. and its allies and how has their intervention opened for the way for the rise of the Islamic State (ISIS);
The role of Russia and Iran in the war, and
Syria and the 2016 U.S. Presidential election.

Info: info:  415-821-6171 or

Saturday, February 27

F 27, Saturday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, National Victim of Police Terrorism Panel on “Policing in the 21st Century”

First African Methodist Episcopal Church
530 37th St.

National and Local families of Police Terrorism will be together in Oakland to discuss Policing in the 21st Century, “Where do we go from Here”. “If you want to hear the truth, you must let the suffering speak”. It is this truth that have fueled the Movement for Justice across the United States. These families leaders will share their testimony and experience.

Families that will be here:
-Eric Garner mother Gwendolyn Carr Staten Island NY
-Sandra Bland mother Geneva Reed-Veal Waller County TX
-Emmett Till cousin Airicakca Gordon Taylor Chicago IL
-Sean Bell mother Valorie Bell Queens NY
-Alan Blueford mother Jeralyn Blueford Oakland CA
-Tamir Rice mother Samaria Rice Cleveland OH
-Gary Hopkins mother Marion Hopkins Gray Prince George Co.MD
-Cary Ball Jr., mother Toni Taylorl St. Louis MO
-Marlon Brown wife Krystal Brown – Deland FL
-Michael Brown mother Lesley McSpadden Ferguson MO
-Mario Woods mother Gwendolyn Woods San Francisco CA
-Robbie Tolan mother Miriam Tolan
-Mario Romero sister Cindy Mitchelle
-James Rivera mother Deionne Smith Stockton CA
Venus Zuhura Noble mother of two sons who was shot one lived.
Author Dinyal New mother of two sons who was shot
Sharon Raffety mother of son who was at Fruitvale Station with Oscar Grant who has been shot and killed
-Antonio Guzman Lopez family Laurie Valdez
Many more from across the US and Locally

Open to the public.

Info / RSVP  or

F 27, Saturday, 6:00pm – 10:00pm, Remembering Oscar Grant III – Dinner

Mission Paradise Banquet Hall
31115 Mission Blvd
Hayward, 94544

Theme: “Where Do We Go From Here?”

Tickets: $75.00

Out of State Speakers:

Valerie Bell mother of Sean Bell
Gwen Carr mother of Eric Gardner
Lezely McSpadden mother of Mike Brown
Samaria Rice mother of Tamir Rice
Toni Taylor mother of Carrie Ball
Geneva Reed-Veal mother of Sandra Bland
Airickca Gordon-Taylor cousin of Emmitt Till

In town Guest:

Jeralynn Brown-Blueford mother of Alan Blueford
Venus Zuhura Noble mother of two sons who was shot one lived. Praise God
Author Dinyal New mother of two sons who was shot
Sharon Raffety mother of son who was shot

If interested / questions / reservations: Saundra 510 246-7369

Space limited / Reservation info:

F 27, Saturday, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, All Day All Week: An Occupy Wall Street Story

Artists’ Television Access
992 Valencia Street (at 21st)
San Francisco, CA 94110

Donation: $5.00

A documentary by Marisa Holmes. (in person) is a documentary filmmaker and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Since a young age she has used media for social justice

Holmes has covered social movements in the US and internationally with particular interest in the aftermath of the 2011 uprisings


F 27 Saturday, 5:00pm,  &  F 28, Sunday, 4:00pm,

UnSold Black Brown Broke & Disabled Voices in Black Herstory Month – Book Tour & Benefit 

F 27, Saturday, 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Two Jacks Club – on Haight St.
401 Haight St.

F 28, Sunday, 3:00pm

8032 MacArthur Blvd.

Black, Brown, Broke & DIsabled Book Tour in Black Herstory Month celebrates Po Poets Project’s Co-founder Leroy Moore’s new poetry collection Black Kripple Delivers Poetry & Lyrics as well as the power-FUL unsold and untold voices of Black, Brown, Broke and Disabled poets in struggle and resistance from the Po Poets Project of POOR Magazine.

These series of readings will be a benefit for the re-launch of POOR Press-

Host: Poetas POBREs/Po Poets Project


F 27, Saturday, 7:00pm, Ending Police Terror-  The War on Communities of Color (Black History Month Film & Discussion)

New Valencia
747 Polk St.

Door $2.00 donation

Dinner $8.50

(work exchange / sliding scales available – no one turned away)

Southern Supper served at 6:00pm

On-site childcare – must arrange in advance

Film: Arresting Power: Resisting Police Violence – beginning with the Black Panther Party, this 2015 documentary uncovers 50 years of confronting police abuse in Portland, OR. Exposes history of systemic racism and speaks to the need to end police terror today.

Perry Jones, Justice for Mario Woods Coalition, Executive Council & spokesperson for Raw Talk for Live.

Sponsor: Freedom Socialist Party

Info:  / 415-864-1278

Sunday, February 28

F 28, Sunday, 9:00am – 10:45am, UU Forum: “The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism”

                                                 by Edward E. Baptist

First Unitarian Universalist Church
1187 Franklin Street at Geary

9:00:    Coffee/socializing.  Breakfast is available for nominal fee.
9:30:    Program (see below)
10:30:    Questions, Comments, Discussion
10:45:    Adjourn

Rev. John Buehrens will lead the discussion of this book, filled with facts and first-hand true stories that provide comprehensive evidence that capitalism and the wealth it created was absolutely dependent on the forced labor of Africans and African-Americans, downplaying present day culturalist arguments for Western prosperity (the “American exceptionalism” jingoist rhetoric) for the current U.S. economic dominance in the world.

F 28, Sunday, 1:00pm – 2:00pm, Occupy Oakland – Potluck before General Assembly

Oscar Grant Plaza Amphitheater 14th & Broadway,
Oakland, CA

Bring food to share


F 28, Sunday, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, STEALING DEMOCRACY: HAITI FIGHTS BACK

Eastside Arts Alliance
2277 International Blvd. 
Oakland, CA 94606

  • Pierre Labossiere
  • Music
  • Special Guests 

This is a critical moment to stand with Haiti, denounce U.S. attacks on Haiti’s sovereignty, and defend Haiti’s popular movement – one of the world’s most important struggles for human rights. Tens of thousands of Haitians are facing tear gas and live ammunition almost daily in demonstrations to demand free and fair elections and an end to foreign intervention.

Sponsor: Haiti Action Committee

F 28, Sunday, 3:30pm – 5:30pm, Open Circle ~ Families Fighting for Justice\

OMNI Open Commons
4799 Shattuck Ave.

Join the Perez, Gaines, Rivera, Evans, Stelley, and other families who’ve lost loved ones to police terrorism for a thoughtful discussion around next steps and events to bring justice for their loved ones.

This is a potluck event, please feel free to bring a snack or (non-alcoholic) beverage to share.


F 28, Sunday, 4:00pm – 6:30pm, Hands Around the Mosque

Islamic Society of East Bay
33330 Peace Terrace
Fremont, CA 94555

An interfaith / inter-community gathering and move “From fear to friendship”.

We Muslims, Arabs and South Asians are honored and grateful to our fellow Americans from diverse communities and faiths for standing with us in this climate of hate and division. Let us send a profound and sacred message of our unity to the world as we reaffirm our commitment to stand by and support each other.

Dinner will be served after sunset prayer. (The event may be outside, dress warmly.)

Please register at


Monday, February 29

F 29, Monday 2:00pm, An Invitation to Meet the Revolution with Carl Dix & Sunsara Taylor

SF State University
Cesar Chavez Student Union , Rosa Parks Room

In their call “If you are serious about changing the world and want to know what a REAL revolution is,” they state: “This world cries out for radical change…A radically different and far better world is possible – getting rid of this madness and horror, and getting beyond a world of oppression, exploitation and domination.”

Info:  /

F 29, Monday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Eric See of Peace Action West talks on ‘Who’s who in Iraq and Syria’

Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo
300 E. Santa Inez
San Mateo, CA

Eric will focus on the tangled web that is the Syrian civil war(s), as well as the muddled situation in Iraq. This would include going over the various factions in terms of who wants what, who is whose enemy and who is backing whom.

Sponsor: San Mateo Peace Action


Tuesday, March 1

M 1, Tuesday, 8:00am, The Trial: Alex Nieto versus the SFPD, MARCH 1, 2016

Federal Court Building
450 Golden Gate Ave

8:00am – Community Rally

This is morning that the federal trial for Alex Nieto begins. We will rally, share love, sing songs, make speeches, and show unbreakable unity.  Alex was shot at 48 times and killed by the San Francisco Police Department, Alex Nieto was a family provider, college student, security guard, and a positive, peaceful community activist. Implementing Mahatma Gandhi’s TRUTH FORCE, we will use our limitless creativity and the court system to action for our integrity, humanity, and rights, the most basic of rights—our lives!

We will chant in unity to enforce the United States Constitution—due process, equal protection, no unlawful takings. Speeches, poetry, and performances by Roberto Hernandez, Thea Matthews, SF Board of Supervisor John Avalos, Adriana Camarena, Ben Bac Sierra, SF Board of Supervisors District Nine Candidate Edwin Lindo, Favi Estrella, Francisco Herrera, Equipto, Dregs One, Tony Robles, Father Richard Leslie Smith, AFT 2121 representatives, HOMEY, United Playaz, y mas!

Info / RSVP:   /

Wednesday, March 2

M 2, Wednesday,  5:30pm – 6:30pm, Weekly PEACE VIGIL

Montgomery and Market Sts.
(on the steps facing Market St., 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 varies each week

Feel free to bring your own signage, photos, fliers. Additional signs and flyers provided.

Stand (or sit) with us.

Rain Cancels!

M 2, Wednesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Special Event: An Evening with The Yes Men

Alamo Draft House Cinema
New Mission Theater
2550 Mission St.


General: $15
Students/Seniors/Disabled: $14
GFF Members: $13

7:00pm Film screening The Yes Men Are Revolting
8:30pm Discussion with The Yes Men (Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum)

The Yes Men have pulled off spectacular media hoaxes to expose corporate crimes.


Thursday, March 3

M 3, Thursday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Mario Woods Coalition – Weekly Meeting

350 Rhode Island (nr. 16th Street) – entrance on Kansas St.

Weekly meeting.

FB Page:

Note Other FB site for Mario Woods: LOVE & JUSTICE 4 MARIO WOODS, 26, killed  by SF Bayview Police, 12-2-15


Tuesday, March 8th & March 10th

Department of Justice – Wants Our Feedback About the SFPD!

M 8, Tuesday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Department of Justice (DOJ) Wants Your Feedback about the SF Police Department

Mission High School Auditorium
3750 18th Street

This will be the second “Listening” session

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is coming to San Francisco to hear the community’s experience, concerns, and suggestions about their interactions with the San Francisco Police Department.

Conducted by the Justice Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, known by its acronym COPS, which was called in by police Chief Greg Suhr and Mayor Ed Lee following the fatal shooting of Mario Woods on Dec. 2.

People with physical or mental disabilities perspectives need to be heard of their interactions with the SFPD.

Comments over the mic by the public are limited to 2 minutes.

M 10, Wednesday 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Department of Justice (DOJ) Wants Your Feedback about the SF Police Department

Western Addition
Gateway High School, Auditorium
1430 Scott St.

Same description as above.

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