If you know of an event that might be of interest to Occupy activists who want to improve the lives of the 99%, please let me know the details. (firstname.lastname@example.org) I will put it on the calendar so that together we can be strong in supporting our friends and neighbors in their efforts to make needed changes in our community. We have to get out on the streets and frighten the 1%.
We are the many, they are the few.
Wednesday, June 29
12:30 – 1:30 pm UC Berkeley, Bancroft and Telegraph, Berkeley
THE DEFORESTATION AND POISONING OF
EAST BAY HILLS BY UC BERKELEY
UC Berkeley and the Regional Park District and
the city of Oakland with funding from FEMA plan
to kill 450,000 healthy trees in the East Bay
hills. Millions of animals will die from the loss
of their homes. Large amounts of herbicides
will follow the bulldozers and poison for ten years
after that. They will use Roundup, Garlon and
65,000 people have signed a petition against
this plan. We must defend the east bay forests.
Organized by the Coalition to save East Bay
12:30 to 1:30 San Francisco City Hall
RALLY TO MAKE CITY COLLEGE FREE AGAIN
City College was tuition free in 1984–that is what
it should be now!
sponsored by AFT local 2121
5:30 – 6:30 pm Market and Montgomery, S.F.
Come and stand with others under our large
peace banner. Bring your signs and join in
giving information to the people walking by.
sponsors, Code Pink, World Can’t Wait and
the Occupy Action Council.
6:30 to 8 pm 670 Page St. S.F.
EVICTION IS ELDER ABUSE!
Join a vigil outside the home of 99 year old
Iris Canada who is being evicted. She has
lived here for over fifty years. She deserves
to remain in her home for the rest of her life!
Join housing rights advocates and clergy in
demanding that she not be evicted.
Thursday, June 30
4:pm SEIU Local 1021 350 Rhode Island St. S.F.
(enter on the Kansas back side of the building)
CONVERSATION WITH THE NEW POLICE
CHIEF TONY CHAPLAIN
Justice for Mario Woods invites you to come and
join in on a conversation with the new police Chief.
There are still many questions to be answered.
We are serious about justice for our people.
6:00 – 9:00 pm Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission St. S.F.
LENNER OPEN HOUSE
Come and view the updated plan for the proposed
157 unit apartment house at 1515 South Van Ness.
info: Our Mission – No Eviction
7:00 – 8:00 pm City Lights Book Store 261 Columbus Ave S.F.
OF POETRY AND PROTEST FROM EMMETT
HILL TO TRAYVON MARTIN
City Lights celebrates the release of this book
that illuminates black experience through the
voices of our most transformative and powerful
African American poets.
Come for a book release party and an evening of
9:00 pm – 12:00 am EL Rio , 3158 Mission St. S.F.
MISSION FIRE FUNDRAISER
Fire burned down the homes of 58 people.
All funds will go to these people. Event line
up to be announced. There will be raffles of
donations and all bar receipts will go to the
$10.00 door fee
Saturday July 2
2;00 – 4:00 pm 1684 Post St. S.F.
THE ILWU AND JAPANESE AMERICANS
Presented by Harvey Schwartz about the
interment of 110,000 Japanese Americans and
how the Longshoreman’s union stood for the
civil rights of the Japanese.
2:00 – 4:00 pm Starry Plough Pub 3101 Shattuck Ave.
CHALLENGING NUCLEAR WEAPONS, NUCLEAR
AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Speakers: Andrew Lichlrman, Phyllis Olin, Eugene
Please buy food and drink at the Pub. All ages
welcome. This is a part of an ongoing Socialist
4:00 pm Old City Hall Berkeley 2103 Grant Ave.
OCCUPY – LIBERTY CITY 2 — WE’RE BACK!
This will continue through July 4 and maybe more!
We are going back to demand our right to rest, and
housing we can afford. Donations needed – tents
blankets, food and furniture. Cash is welcome too!
Sunday July 3
10:00 – 12;00 pm Harry Bridges Plaza Tower Embarcadero at
Market St. S. F.
S.F. GENERAL STRIKE WALK
Labor Fest celebrates the 1934 Waterfront
Strike that made San Francisco a labor town!
82 years ago at this location a great battle
took place by workers and residents against
the police and the National Guard. We can
learn from this strike because we may have to
do it again.
Monday July 4
2:00 – 4:00 pm Dolores Park 18th and Dolores St. S.F.
concert and show
S.F. Mime Troupe presents:
(about education in the U.S.A.)
3:00 – 7:00 1158 Maples St. at Athens S.F.
REVOLUTIONARY 4TH OF JULY
Celebrate working class struggles and enjoy
a feast of grilled goodies along with stimulating
conversations and refreshing libations.
All you can eat $10. – $20. donation
No host bar
sponsor Freedom Socialist Party