Please read this list and choose one that you can attend. We need to be active in our community and connected to other people who share our concerns about the need to change our government. We want a government to heed the voice of the many—not the few.
Occupy Action Council weekly calendar (from Patricia Gray)
If you know of an activity planned for next week, let me know about it by
Tuesday afternoon before the activity. Send the information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday July 20
4:30 pm Twitter office, 1355 Market St. S.F.and march to
Uber at 1455 Market St.
TELL TECH TO PAY THEIR FAIR SHARE!
The tech boom as fueled a housing crisis. They should
pay a tech tax to raise money for affordable housing
and homeless services. Join us to bring our vision
of a just San Francisco to the headquarters of
Uber and Twitter.
5:30 – 6:30 corner of Market and Montgomery St
Our nation is involved in endless wars all over the world.
How long will we allow the “war on terror” to continue?
These endless wars are bankrupting our nation and
causing us to suffer cuts in all of our domestic
programs. (not to mention killing millions of Muslim
people) Join us to inform people of what is going
on. The wars are so ordinary that they are not
making the ‘news’ and people are not informed.
Join us to protest the wars and to inform the people.
sponsored by Coke Pink, World Can’t Wait and the
S.F. Occupy Action Council.
7 – 9:00 pm ILWU local 34 Hall 801 Second St. (next to the ball park)
Freeway Flyer USA film 45 min
a film which shows conditions where college professors are
made temporary workers going from job to job – without
benefits or pensions.
Udita (Arise) film from Bangladesh 75 min
a film on garment workers struggle over the last ten years
to organize through terrible tragedies and cruelty as seen
through the eyes of female workers.
7;30 pm Eastside Arts Alliance 2277 International Blvd. Oakland
ANTI POLICE TERROR PROJECT
regular monthly gathering to work to develop a repeatable
and sustainable model to end police terrorism.
We are a multi racial, multi generational coalition and
would welcome your participation.
Thursday July 21
11:00 – 1:00 pm 90 7th St. S.F. Office of Nancy Pelosi
ANTI TPP PROTEST: URGE PELOSI TO SAY NO
TO THE TPP!
The corporations that rule Congress want to get the
TPP passed in the lame duck period after the
election in November. We will deliver over 200,000
signatures to Pelosi urging her to oppose the TPP.
Sponsored by Citizens Trade Campaign, Electronic
Frontier, Sierra Club, California Nurses Association
Global Exchange, Communications Workers of
America, Food and Water Watch.
5:00 pm Powell and Market
ACTION TO END RACIST POLICE TERROR
As a part of a national day of actions initiated by the
movement for Black Lives, join us in the streets to
to demand justice for all the victims of police brutality
and end racist police terror .
more info 415-821-6545
7:00 – 9:00 pm 518 Valencia St. (near 16th st. BART)
FREELANCERS, JOURNALISM, WORKERS RIGHTS
The use of technology has transformed our modern
media system to drastically affect workers and our
information. There are threats to journalists by repression
and police attacks. There will be films on conditions in
the world of attacks on reporters.
Sana Saleem, from 49 Hills
Anabell Hernadez, Mexican journalist
Josh Wolf vedio blogger who spent 225 days in jail to
protect his sources
Steve Zellzer, Media Guild
Joseph Thomas videographer in S.F.
more info: www.laborfest.net/schedule.htm
Friday July 22
5:00 pm Conerstone Missionary Baptist Church
6190 3rd St. S.F.
MARIO WOOD REMEMBRANCE DAY
This is Mario’s birthday and the Supervisors have made
this a day of remembrance. We will gather to remember
him and to continue the fight for justice.
Saturday July 23
11:00 – 5:00 pm MLK Park, 5701 3rd St. San Francisco
CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF MARIO WOODS
There will be kids activities, musical performances,
spoken word, community healing, food venders.
Join us and Gwen Woods, Mario’s mother, to celebrate
his life and the many lives he positively affected.
sponsored by Justice for Mario woods coalition
7:00 pm Desai Malta Gallery
California Institute for Integral Studies, Ground floor
GENTRIFICATION IS A PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY
Evictions and displacement derails lives, leading to
intergenerational stress — sometime to deadly effect.
When homelessness results, residents must also
struggle to strive against the elements and the un-
management of a life on the streets. In these conflicted
communities an epidermic of police violence cut short
lives, leaving families and communities shattered.
Come and join the conversation with
Carlos Disdier, Manager of community health programs
Shiwa Kayom-Bashi M.D.professor Family and
community medicine UCSF
Julie Lewak-Madding of Vanishing S.F. -board member
of San Francisco Vision
Christina Olague, Editor of San Francisco Vision
Dr. Ray Tomkins, Phd in organic chemistry and expert on
toxic pollution in Bayview and
Sunday July 24
7:00 – 9:00 pm ILWU Hall, 801 3rd St. San Francisco
Near the base ball park
concert and show
The Rocking Solidarity Chorus presents a history
in story and song touching on the Bread & Roses
Strike in Lawrence Mass, the sweatshops during
and before the Shirtwaist Fire, the conditions of
black and white women working during WWII. The
show includes first person testimony from teachers,
an engineer and women in the trades in four part
harmony, laughter and sturdy old labor themes.
more info: www.laborfestnet/schedule
Tuesday July 26
6:15 – 8:15 pm SEIU local 1000 Hall
436 14th St. 2cd floor
OAKLAND LIVABLE WAGE ASSEMBLY
Join us to collaborate in principled reflection on what
a bay area livable wage should be and plan movement
building actions and events to carve the way.
Please love and support each other. We hfe a duty to
fight – we have a duty to WIN!
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