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~ Action Council ~
Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board:
The main thing going on is the Hunger Strike to fire Police Chief Suhr and get the SFPD to protect and serve the people of San Francisco. Go to the Mission Police Station on Valencia and 17th and support the San Francisco Five hunger strikers. Phone Mayor Lee at 415-554-6141 and tell him, “FIRE CHIEF SUHR.
Wednesday May 4
1:00 – 5:00 pm St. Anthony Foundation, 150 Golden Gate Ave., Conference Room
TOWN HALL – STATE OF EMERGENCY
Come and hear about the emergency of
homelessness and be part of the dialogue on
how to create change.
sponsor: St. Anthony Foundation
5:30 pm S.F. City Hall room 400
SF POLICE COMMISSION MEETING
topics on the agenda–use of force policy and
tasers. Public participation – tell commissioners
that they have the power to fire Chief Suhr.
8:00 pm Brava Theater, 2781 24th St. S.F.
MISSION’S LAST STAND — NO MONSTERS
IN THE MISSION! MISSION STANDS UP!
There are 28 new developments waiting in the
pipeline. Fires continue to rage in the Mission.
Residents and small businesses continue to
be displaced. Police shootings are on the rise.
Join together in the Brava Theater to talk about
what is going on. The future of the Mission
depends on us. This is a call to action against
this unprecedented wave of gentrification.
Thursday May 5
1:00 pm San Francisco City Hall steps
SENIOR AND DISABILITY RALLY
20% of S.F. residents are over 60. 20% of our
residents are disabled. City funding MUST be
used to meet the needs of low income seniors
and people with disabilities.
sponsors: Coalition Agencies Serving the Elderly,
Senior and Disability Action, Community
Alliance of Disability Advocates.
6:00 – 9:00 pm Redstone Bldg. 2940 16th St. S.F.
RECLAIMING CINCO de MAYO
Spring Art and literature gala. Celebration of cross
$5.00 admission complementary food and drink.
sponsor: Living Wage Coalition
6:00 pm SEIU local 1021 Union Hall 350 Rhode Island St — in the back of the building. Enter on Kansas St.
DOJ COPS HEARING
The department of Justice is making a study of
the actions of the S.F.P.D. to make recommendations
on the situation. They have had meetings in public
space but this time they are going to the meeting
place of the groups formed after the police killing of
young black and brown men in our city. We need to
tell them about the murdering cops and why we want
Chief Suhr to be fired!
Sponsor: Justice 4 Mario Woods Coalition.
Friday May 6
5:00 – 8:00 pm Hillary Clinton will be in San Francisco. Location to be determined.
PROTEST HER FOREIGN POLICIES!
7:00 – 9:00 pm 2969 Mission St (between 25th and 26th Sts.
FORUM–HILLARY CLINTON : FRIEND OF WALL ST AND PENTAGON, NOT WORKING PEOPLE
forum led by Gloria La Riva on the coming national
donation $3.00 – $10.00 requested but no one turned
away for lack of funds.
Saturday May 7
2:00 – 5:00 pm Gallery de la Raza 2857 24th St. S.F.
F.T.P. FOR THE PEOPLE
Altars will be set up by the Nietos family and films
will be shown in honor of Alex and the Amor Por Alex
3;00 – 4:30 pm UU Center, 1187 Franklin St at Geary
HOMELESSNESS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Speaker Jennifer Friedenback , executive director
on homelessness S.F.
There is little dispute that ending the human misery
should be a top priority—but how? What should we
sponsored by Bay Area Humanists and he UUSF
Humanist and Non Theists.
Sunday May 8
12 Noon CODEPINK Annual Mother’s Day Walk on Golden Gate Bridge
Gather at either south (SF) or north (Marin County) end and march to the middle
Bring small signs (2’ x 3’ max) for peace and for no drone strikes; your pink finery; your mothers, your children, and/or your others
Walk for peace ends with a closing circle at the South Plaza.
Info, Renay Davis at email@example.com.
Monday May 9
5:30pm – 7:30pm Final Hearing of Blue Ribbon Panel
Burial Clay Theater
African American Art & Culture Complex
762 Fulton St., SF
Last year the SF D.A. established the Blue Ribbon Panel on Transparency, Accountability, and Fairness in Law Enforcement to investigate institutional bias within the SFPD. This is the preliminary findings & recommendations before the panel issues the final
report. Info: SFBlueRibbonPanel@info.com
7:30 – 9:30 First Congregational Church of Berkeley
2345 Channing Way Berkeley
AN EVENING WITH JEREMY SCAHILL
Lecture on the Assassination Complex: Inside the
government’s Secret Drone Program.
host Brian Edward Tickert of KPFA
tickets at Brown Paper tickets in advance for $12.
or at the door for $15.00
Tuesday May 10
1:00 pm San Francisco City Hall
Join the fight for the Board of Supervisors to uphold
due process. I.C.E. out of San Francisco. Immigrants
have rights to a hearing BEFORE deportation!