Wednesday, June 15
9:30 am-12:30pm Air District Headquarters
375 Beale St. S.F.
CRUCIAL AIR DISTRICT HEARING
There are no limits of bay area refinery
emissions. The community demands enforceable
numeric caps on refinery emissions. A delay
is not an option. The tar sands will be coming in
January and the cap must be in place.
2:30 pm Neiman Marcus, Union Square
JUSTICE FOR JANITORS DEMONSTRATION
The Janitors have been cut to part time and this
means they will lose their health benefits. In their
union contract only full time workers get any
health care benefits. Not only will their income
be cut in half, they will have to purchase
health care benefits.
3:00 – 4:00 S.F. City Hall front stairs
COMMITTEE TO RECALL MAYOR LEE
A request to file a notice to recall Mayor Lee
was denied with no explanation. The attempt
to file was met by armed law enforcement
officers. This is disenfranchisement and
5:30 – 6:30 pm Montgomery and Market
WEEKLY PEACE VIGIL
Join Code Pink, World Can’t Wait, the Occupy
Action Council and others at the large peace
banner. Bring signs and we will have leaflets
to hand out to people walking by.
6:00 pm Grattan School, 165 Grattan St (near Stanyon
POLICE COMMISSION PUBLIC MEETING
Use of force discussion on the request to
issue tasers to the SFPD. They want yet
another way to terrorize the people of San
Francisco. You are invited to express your
6:00 – 7 pm Mission Police Station
VIGIL FOR JUSTICE FOR AMILCAR PEREZ-
People will sit in silence waiting for the D.A. to
file charges of murder against the SFPD officers
who killed Amilcar.
7:00 pm African American Art and Culture Complex
762 Fulton St. (near Stanyon and Parnassus)
STILL HERE: DISPLACEMENT
Fourth year National Queer Arts Festival
Diverse artists reimagine and reinvent the meaning
of home in a rapidly changing San Francisco.
7:30 – 9:30 Hillside Club, 2286 Cedar St, Berkeley
AMERICAN NURENBERG: THE OFFICIALS
OFFICIALS WHO SHOULD STAND TRIAL
speaker Rebecca Gordon
In the “War on Terror” no officials have had to
stand trial for post 9/11 war crimes. Rebecca will
name names and describe their war crimes. These
people must stand trial for their war crimes.
KPFA event tickets at the door $15. in advance
Thursday June 16
9:30 am San Francisco City Hall front stairs
WITHHOLD $2 MILLION FROM THE S.F.P.D.
Sup. Avalos plans to withhold two million from the
Police budget until they make some changes.
12:00 noon SF. City Hall room 400 planning commission
NO MORE LULXURY MARKET RATES IN
26th and South Van Ness—165 luxury units–
we have managed to delay t his plan. Lennar,
the developer, has been given City land for other
developments, he can build affordable housing on
this site. Up for discussion is 2435 – 2445 16th st.
Plan to demolish a one story auto repair shop to
build a 68′ building with 53 units with under
ground parking and first floor commercial space.
7:00 – 9:00 City Lights Books
261 Columbus Ave. S.F.
THE WAY TO SPRING: LIFE AND DEATH IN
Speaker and author Ben Ehrenreich
A courageous immersion into the daily struggles
Friday June 17
1:00 – 2:30 pm The Light House #1
1155 Market St. at 7th
SAFE STREETS FOR SENIORS AND PEOPLE
Join SoMa and Tenderloin seniors and people
disabilities to voice concern about pedestrian
safety and educate our city officials on how to
make our streets safe for us all.
sponsored by Senior and Disability Action and
Lighthouse for the blind and visually impaired.
more info: 415-546-1333
3:30 pm E. 12th St – 1200 Lakeshore Ave. Oakland
rally and march
MASS DISPLACEMNT IS RACIST VIOLENCE
We demand immediate protection for renters
and redirection of city funds to protect low wage
workers and public education around the
connection between police terror, displacement
and the conditions in our schools.
sponsors: Black Power Network
Anti Police Terror Project
East Bay Organizing Committee
Fight for 15
5:00 pm Grace Fellowship Community Church
3265 16th St. S.F.
MISSION NEIGHBORHOOD NIGHT WALK
Walk from the church by the sites of the police
murders to the Misson Police Station as we
remember the people killed by the S.F.P.D.
Saturday June 18
1 – 4:00 pm Eric Quazada Community Center for Culture and
Politics 518 Valencia St. S.F.
COMMUNITY DEFENSE TRAINING
Know your rights on the street, on the web and
beyond. AROC and the National Lawyers Guild
and the Electronic Frontiers Foundation will speak
about your rights and how to protect them.
RSVP by calling 415-861-7444
1 – 4:00 pm Folsom St. from 22cd to 25th
FIGHT FOR FOLSOM BLOCK PARTY AGAINST
Join in as we try to save our neighborhood and
Sponsored by Anti Displacement Coalition, Callie 24,
Pigeon Palace, and Housing Rights of San Francisco.
Art, music, know your rights skill shares and
performances and bouncy castles for the kids.
1 – 5:00 pm Irving St. Projects 4331 Irving St. S.F.
Concert and show
HISTORY OF THE POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN
UNDER MARTIN LUTHER KING UP TO THE
OCCUPY MOVEMENTS OF OUR AGE
A display of memorabilia, original documents. Artist
Kate Haug will tell the story and compare historical
events to what is going on now with Black Lives
Matter, Fight for 15 and Our Wallmart. We must
question the high rate of income inequality in the
U.S. today. King’s words are pointed questions
about the democratic promise of America.
9:00 pm El Rio San Francisco, 3158 Mission St.
FRISCO 500 FUND RAISER
music, food and solidarity
donation $5.00 – $10.00
hosted by Eucalyptus Jones
Monday June 20
9:30 am San Francisco City Hall front stairs
RALLY FOR A BUDGET FOR HUMANITY –
Learn about the Budget Justice Coalition proposals
for a budget the keeps San Francisco accountable
to a vision of racial and economic justice.
Aids Legal Referral Panel
Chinese Progressive Association
Child Care Planning Association
Coalition on Homelessness
Coleman Advocates for Children
Jobs with Justice
Community Partnership for Senior & Disability Action
SEIU local 1021
and many more
Tuesday June 21
1:00 pm Fireside Room, UU Center 1187 Franklin St
MUNI DOESN’T STOP HERE
A talk by Gerald Cauthen of Save the Muni on Muni’s
plans for gentrification and displacement
sponsored by the Grey Panthers
5:00 pm Federal Building at 7th and Mission
ANTI T.P.P. DEMONSTRATION
Nancy Pelosi’s office is in this building.
We want her to vote NO!
Bad trade deals kill good jobs!
6:00 pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission St. S.F.
PRE APPLICATION MEETING
The planning commission is seeking public comment
on a proposed project at 3359 16th st. Plans are to add
three floors to the building.