Announcements – Reminders ~ Updates ~ Beginning Tuesday May 31 (from Adrienne Fong)

Reminder – Tickets still available!


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 (San Francisco ~ Theatrical Premiere)

    Tuesday, May 31, 2016


Roxie Theater

3117 – 16th St.

San Francisco

Killing Them Safely, an explosive 2015 documentary film on the controversy over police use of TASERS.

Hundreds of deaths. Zero oversight. In the early 2000s Tasers were marketed to law enforcement agencies as a safe alternative to handguns. They were supposed to curb the use of deadly force – so why have over 500 people died from Taser-related injuries since?

Following the screening discussion with:


JEFF ADACHI, San Francisco Public Defender

About the film and its implications for the upcoming decision of the San Francisco Police Commission to possibly start outfitting San Francisco Police Department officers with Tasers.

5:45pm Chalking on sidewalk of names of those whose lives have been stolen by Tasers. (outside)



OccupySF Action Council is one of the co-sponsors

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Open to the Public. Come speak-out during public comment:

San Francisco Police Commission

Wednesday, June 1, 2016


San Francisco City Hall – Room 400

1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Place

San Francisco      


Agenda items:

-Use of Force of Force Policy and Draft Conductive Energy Devices (Tasers).

-Report on creation of a committee to manage search for a permanent Chief of Police.

Arrive early to go through security and get a seat.

Agenda Info:


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Tuesday, May 31

M 31, Tuesday, 4:00pm – 5:00pm, Press Conference –  PETITION to RECALL ED LEE has now been launched

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Place

Department of Election final filing.

4:00pm Proof of Publication and copies of our official Petition for Recall of Mayor Ed Lee. (in City Hall basement)

4:30pm: Press Conference on Steps of City Hall

It is our right under the California State Constitution to recall our elected (and some appointed) officials. When those officials no longer represent us, it is our duty to remove them from office.

Written communication from the Department of Elections has been received that they will attempt to limit our Constitutional right to #‎RecallEdLee.They do not have the legal authority to do so. Let’s let them know.


This has been CANCELLED:

6:00 pm              Noe Valley Library   451 Jersey St.


A reapplication meeting for planned construction of 3359 26th St. at Capp St. to add three floors to an existing building.

The site is in the  MISSION DISTRICT but the hearing is not!

Wednesday, June 1

J 1, Wednesday, 12 Noon – 1:00pm, Rent Control Rally

SF Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community
1 South Van Ness Ave., 5th Floor

Mayors Office of Housing and Mercy Housing decided to codify rent increases of 30% to 300% for long-term tenants. Our families have been under rent control protection for many decades.

These rent increases are designed to drive out working class, primarily Black famlies out of the Fillmore/Western Addition.

The have a rent control lawsuit, but while it’s going through the legal system, we face a very real danger of imminent displacement.

Please join us as we demand continuation of rent control protection for Midtown tenants.


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