Please read down this list of activities and pick one you can attend.
This list goes to members of many different groups working to
improve our government. We need to support each other and get
to know each other. We need to be connected and strong.
Wed. June 22
5:30 pm S.F. City Hall room 400
Police Commission meeting
USE OF FORCE
Urge the commission to vote YES on version
2A. If you can’t attend the meeting you can
call 873-7070 and leave your advice – “Yes
on version 2A of the Use of Force.
5:30 – 6:30 Montgomery and Market–at the entrance to
the building where Diane Feinstein has her
Join others under the peace banner. You may
bring your sign and join us in handing out
leaflets to people passing on Market St.
Most people only know what they see on
Tee Vee – We can introduce them to the
Sponsors Code Pink, World Can’t Wait
6:00 – 7:00 pm Mission Police Station 630 Valencia St. S.F.
VIGIL FOR AMILCAR
We are waiting for the DA to file charges. We
need to make plans for contacting the new
police chief. It is time for us to swing into
6:30 – 8:30pm SEIU Local 1000
436 14th St. Second floor, Oakland
OAKLAND LIVING WAGE ASSEMBLY
Join us to decide what the Bay Area Livable
Wage should be and plan how this can be done.
Please love and support one another–we have
a duty to fight — we have a duty to WIN!
Thursday June 23
9:30 – 11:00 am 33 Grove St
PARCEL TAX OVERSIGHT
In 2013 San Francisco passed a parcel tax by
73% of the vote to use this new tax on funding
for high quality education at CCSF. With out
oversight these funds–nearly fifty million per
year have been spent with no accountability.
Please attend the FIRST EVER meeting of the
oversight committee;. We must not allow them
to use the funds with out using them to prevent
1:00 pm San Francisco City Hall rm. 400
Planning commission meeting
STOP THE FLORIA SWAMP
Planning commission will discuss a proposed
for 2435 – 2445 16th St (at Florida) to demolish
19,000 sq. ft. of blue collar jobs and build 53
expensive apartments only 9 are ‘affordable’
(what ever that means). This is just more
gentrification driving working class families out
4:00 pm 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
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.
FIRE SGT JUSTIN ERB
for killing Jessica Williams.
Saturday June 25
1:00 pm Oakland City Hall
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
10:00 am Howard and Beale St. S.F.
CHELSEA MANNING S.F PRIDE PARADE
Come and show your support for Chelsea,
whistle blowers and government transparency.
(and have a good time!)
Monday, June 27
4:00 pm rally
5:00 pm Oakland City Council meeting
1 Ogawa Plaza, 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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