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~ Action Council ~
Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board:
Thursday June 23
4:00pm BE IN THE STREETS TO DEMAND JUSTICE FOR FREDDY GRAY
Meet at 14th & Broadway, Oakland
Officer Caesar Goodson the van driver in FREDDIE GRAYS death found Not Guilty on all charges – this morning
Sponsor: Revolution Club
6:00pm Justice 4 Mario Woods Coalition Meeting
350 Rhode Island (entrance on Kansas St.)
6:00pm CCSF Ocean Campus, MUB 140
CCSF BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING
Public comments before the Trustee meeting.
You may comment on the use of the parcel tax funds.
6:00- 7:30 Book Passage 1 Ferry Bldg #42
THE BATTLE FOR THE FUTURE OF ENERGY
Winonah Hauter, author of Frakology explains
how the oil and gas industry influence on our
government. We have to keep fossil fuels in
the ground and take back our democracy.
Followed by Q & A
Sponsor Food and Water Watch.
Friday June 24
1:00 – 5:00 pm Irving St. Projects, 4331 Irving St. S.F.
NEWS TODAY: A HISTORY OF THE POOR
PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN IN REAL TIME
Contemporary artist Kate Haug tells the story
from the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign led
by Martin Luther King Jr up to Black Lives
Matter, Fight for 15 and Our Walmart.
6:00 – 8:30 pm East Bay Media Center
1939 Addison St. Berkeley
STOP URBAN SHIELD
A town hall meeting to organize a state wide
mobilization in Pleasanton on Sept. 9.
co hosts: Stop Urban Shield, Berkeley Cop
Watch, Anti Police Terror Project
6:00 – 8:00 pm Bayview Police Station, 201 Williams St. S.F.
RALLY FOR JESSICA NELSON – FIRE SGT JUSTIN ERB
Jessica Nelson Williams, a pregnant mother of five, was murdered on May 19th by Sgt. Justin Erb for “not complying.” Jessica is the most recent victim of murder at the hands of the racist SFPD. Erb has not been charged for the racist murder of Jessica and is still a danger to the community.
7:00pm MARCH FOR JUSTICE 4 JAMES NATE GREER
Birchfield Park, corner of Elmhurst & Santa Clara
Hayward, CA 94544
A peaceful event.
Saturday June 25
BAN COAL IN OAKLAND
We need a massive demonstration of the people
to outlaw shipping oil at the Oakland Port. They
want to ship toms of coal out of Oakland after
bringing the cola bomb trains through the city.
This will negatively effect the people of the bay
area and contribute to global climate change.+
2 – 4:00 pm Safehouse Arts
1 Grove St. (across from the S.F. Main Library
A ROOF OVER MY HEAD
A musical about the S.F. housing crisis. A reading
with live music that looks at the housing crisis
from the perspective of a group of tenants whose
flip happy landlord is desperate to get them out.
Presented by Arts Q and the National Queer Arts
Free event but donations appreciated.
Sunday June 26
11:30 am Meet on Spear St. between Howard & Folsom St, SF
. CHELSEA MANNING S.F PRIDE PARADE
Come and show your support for Chelsea, whistle blowers and government transparency.
Pride Celebration theme is FOR RACIAL AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE
* Help lead the Chelsea Manning parade contingent by holding our lead banner!
* Hand out Chelsea Manning stickers to the crowd!
* March with Pentegon Papers whistle-blower Dan Ellsberg!
* Cheer on our Flash Mob Dancers!.
(and have a good time!)
4:00pm HONDURAS & THE U.S. THREAT TO LATIN AMERICA INDEPENDENCE
ANSWER – 2969 Mission St, SF
7th Anniversary of U.S. backed coup in Honduras.
Honduras: Porfirio Quintano and Marleni Quintano
Brazil: Toya Fernandes
Alice Loaiza on Colombian intervention in Venezuela
$3-$5 donation suggested. No one turned away.
Monday, June 27
4:00 pm rally
5:00 pm Oakland City Council meeting
1 Ogawa Plaza, 3rd Floor, Oakland
NO COAL IN OAKLAND!
City Council will be considering the proposal to
make the Port of Oakland the major place for the
shipping of coal to China.
WE MUST STOP THIS!
Tuesday June 28
12:00 to 1:30 pm S.F. City Hall, Steps on Polk and Grove
Rally and lobby
MAKE CITY COLLEGE FREE AGAIN!
Sponsor AFT local 2121
6:30 – 8:00 pm St. John’s Presbyterian Church
25 Lake St. at Arguello
BDS IN SAN FRANCISCO: RESPONDING
TO THE CALL OF PALESTINIAN CHRISTANS
Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions is a non
violent way to change Israeli behavior toward
the Palestinian people.
Speakers Christians from Friends of Sabeel,
Presbyterians Keep Hope Alive, Jewish Voice
for Peace and activists from UC Davis and
Panel will be followed by discussion on what
can be possible.
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Thursday, June 30
4:00p –6:00pm CONVERSATION WITH SFPD TONEY CHAPLIN
350 Rhode Island St. (entrance on Kansas St.)
Justice 4 Mario Woods Coalition invite you to come and join in on a conversation with SFPD acting Police Chief Toney Chaplain.