~ Action Council ~
Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board:
From: Patricia Gray [mailto:email@example.com]
Wednesday March 23 __________________________________
5:30 – 6:30pm Montgomery and Market Peace vigil
SHUT DOWN CREECH KILLER DRONES
Sponsors, Code Pink, World Can’t Wait, Occupy
6:00 – 9:00pm Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library
6501 Telegraph, Oakland
PRISONERS AGREEMENT TO END HOSTILITIES
Rally against the torture of prisoners. Come and
show support of the prisoners class struggle to end
Host: Hip Hop for Change
7:00 – 9:00pm New Valencia Hall 747 Polk St. S.F.
Reading and discussion of
a Marxist analysis of African American liberation.
sponsored by the Freedom Socialist Party
7:30 The Marsh 1062 Valencia St. S.F.
Theater for Solo Performances
SOLITARY MAN; MY VISIT TO PELICAN BAY
Written and performed by Charlie Hinton with music
by Fred Johnson
55 minutes with some disturbing content
tickets $10.00 to $15.00 sliding scale
Thursday, March 24 ______________________________________
2:30 San Francisco City Hall, rm. 250
Neighborhood Services and Safety Committee
DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY ON
HOMELESSNESS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Learn about opportunities for action and advocacy.
6:00 pm 1395 Mendell St in Bayview Joseph Lee Gym
JUSTICE 4 MARIO WOODS
Town hall meeting
updates on the coalition movement for justice
7:00 pm UU Center Fireside Room 1187 Franklin St. @ Geary
speaker Naty Dervin of the International group 350*
CAN WE WIN THE BATTLE AGAINST CLIMATE
Sponsor: Progressive Democrats of America
Friday March 25 _____________________________________________
11:00 am to March 27 2:00pm
3rd St. and Oakdale in Bay View
8TH ANNUAL FEED THE PEOPLE
Free lunches, food and hygiene products will be
given to people.
This is hosted by the Kenneth Harding and Kiss my
Black Arts Collective and they are requesting that
people bring more food to distribute.
7:00 pm Omni Commons 4799 Shattuck, Oakland (at 48th)
CAREGIVING: AN ANTI CAPITALIST PERSPECTIVE
speaker Selma James, founder of Wages for house
work and author of Sex, Race and Class – the
Perspective of Winning
7:00pm 2969 Mission St. S.F.
THE CORRUPT U.S. ELECTION SYSTEM: CAN IT
Our electoral system is rigged to protect the interests
of the bankers, super rich and the capitalism system
itself. Join us for a discussion of the history and
the present reality of our elcctoral system and what
can be done about it.
sponsor Party for Socialism and Liberation.
Saturday March 26 ____________________________________________
11:00 to 1:00 pm Oscar Grant Plaza
1 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland
COMING OUT OF THE SHADOWS
A gathering of COOTS (coming out of the shadows)
undocumented youth declaring themselves
UNDOCUMENTED AND UNAFRAID has been a
national event for five years in the month of March.
sponsored by East Bay Immigrant Youth Coalition.
Sunday March 27 ______________________________________________
3:00 pm 2940 16th at Mission room 302
Speakers: Paul Kangas and David Grace, members of
HOW TO BUILD SOLAR HOMES TO CREATE
JOBS AND STOP GLOBAL WARMING
We need to require utilities to pay $0.33 kwh for
solar power to the grid. information and advice on
how this can be done.
Monday March 28 ____________________________________________
12 noon Oracle Conference Center
350 Oracle Parkway, Redwood City
STOP PUBLIC FUNDS FOR ORACLE CHARTER
SCHOOL AND MORE PRIVATIZATION OF
OF PUBLIC EDUCATION
This proposed charter school is a way of taking
over school testing programs and increasing profits
by selling computers and soft ware programs.
If billionaire Larry Ellison wants to build and run a
school, that’s fine—but NOT WITH PUBLIC FUNDS.
Sponsored by Repeal Charter School Citizens for
for Education Restoration and United Public Workers
1:00 pm 518 Valencia St. (near 16th st. BART)
SOLIDARITY WITH KOREAN WORKERS AND
PEOPLE FIGHTING FOR LABOR, HUMAN
RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY
speakers Ho-joon Song and Park Young Chan,
union leaders in Korea. who will discuss the massive
attack on labor and human rights. More than 50%
of workers have been made temporary workers by
deregulation. They oppose the U.S. Free Trade
Agreement and the Trans Pacific Partnership Act.
This drive for militarization and repression of
Human Rights has a long history.
6:00 to 9:00 pm Global Exchange 16th and Mission
speaker Steve Martinot
Discussion and announcements following
No charge but donations accepted.
Wednesday March 30 _____________________________________
7:00 – 9:00 pm New Valencia Hall
747 Polk St. S.F.
Reading and discussion circle on
REVOLUTIONARY INTEGRATION: A MARXIST
ANALYSIS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN LIBERATION
To be continued on April 6 and 13th.