Please read this list of events of activists and plan to attend one.
We need to support each other as we try to change our government
to heed the bidding of the many, not the few.
It still is the 99% vs. the 1%.
Wednesday July 27
5:30 – 6:30 Market and Montgomery St. S.F.
Come join others under our peace banner to let
people know that all these wars must stop! People
have become complacent and the wars continue
without any concern for these illegal attacks on the
people of the Middle East. Not only are we killing
thousands of people and causing waves of
refugees to flee their homes, these wars are
bankrupting our nation and causing cuts in our
sponsored by Code Pink, the World Can’t Wait and
the Occupy Action Council.
7:00 – 9:00 pm Redstone Building, 2940 16th St. (near Bart)
UBER, WORKERS RIGHTS, TECH AND THE
Panel discussion—teach in
The growth of Uber and the other technology
software companies have had a drastic affect
on the regulated Taxi industry, not just in San
Francisco, but all over the world. The panel
will look at worker and public issues and how
workers are seeking to defend their wages and
sponsored by S.F. Taxi Workers Alliance
Thursday July 28
12:00 – 1:00 Washington Square Park in North Beach
NORTH BEACH BETRAYAL; STOP THE EVICTION
OF POET DIEGO DELEO
Diego is 80 years old and is fighting to remain in his
home of more then thirty years. Like the few Latinos
left in the Mission, the Italians are getting rare in
North Beach. Communities are being destroyed by
GREED and this must be stopped!
1:00 pm San Francisco City, Hall Supervisor’s Chamber
HEARING ON TECH TAX FOR HOUSING AND
This proposed tech tax would raise $120 million a year
for affordable housing and homeless services.
Supervisor Mark Farrell sponsors the bill. Tell the
Supervisors we need real solutions to the housing
sponsored by the Coalition on Homelessness
5:00 pm S.F. City Hall Board of Supervisors Chambers
AWARDS FROM THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
Hero awards for:
Justice 4 Idriss Stelley
Amilcar Perez Lopez
Luis Gongoria Pat
Jessica Nelson Williams
Black and Brown United
The Frisco Five
The Frisco Five Hundred
#Do No Harm Coalition
Please wear red and black in honor of these heroes.
7:00 – 9:00 pm First Congregational Church, 2501 Harrison St.
GET IN WHERE YOU FIT IN: WHITE FOLKS
DISCERNING OUR PLACE IN THE MOVEMENT
A collaboration between Seminary of the Street
and Beyond Separation.
The systemic killing of black people at the hands of
the police are leading many of us white folks to
yearn to be more effective and in deeper solidarity
with Black Lives Matter and the larger movement
for Black Lives. Whether you are already involved
or just getting started, please join us in a facilitated
dialogue, building and supporting conversation
around our next steps and actions in the movement
for justice and liberation.
facilitated by Nicholo Torbet and Elana Isaacs
sponsored by Seminary for the Street
Suggested donation $5.00 – $20.00 to pay for the
space. No one turned away for lack of funds.
excess funds will be used for a similar meeting
for people of color.
Friday July 19
7:00 pm. 2969 Mission St. (between 25th and 26th streets)
RESISTING RACIST POLICE TERROR
Participate in a discussion of he historical role of police
and learn the historical role of police and learn about the
history of the anti police brutality movement in the bay
$5.00 – $10.00 donation requested no one turned away
for lack of funds.
more info 415-821-6171
Saturday July 30
1:00 pm Birchfield Park, Hayward W. Winton Ave and Santa Clara
(just off 880)
A DAY TO REMEMBER: OUR LOVED ONES
Come and gather in solidarity and meet other families who
have lost loved ones. We will have a BBQ and sit
together and talk. If you are able to, please bring some
meat for the grill, a side dish, or some drinks to share.
Sponsor Justice 4 James Nate Greer.
4:00 – 8:00 pm Random Parts 1206 13th Ave. Oakland
BOOM: THE ART OF RESISTANCE- A DIVERSITY
OF BAY AREA ANTI DISPLACEMENT TACTICS
4:00 to 5:00 Gentrifukation tour by Poor Magazine
5:30 to 7:00 pm Collective visioning featuring anti
displacement Art I tactics projects.
organized by Leslie Dreyce with Oakland Awake,
Bay Area Society for Art and Activism.
Sunday July 31
3:00 pm Eastside Arts Alliance 2277 International Blvd Oakland
SHOUT THEIR NAMES
Town Hall Meeting by the Coalition for Women Prisoners
(CCWP) to bring more attention to the conditions at the
California Institution for Women. The CIA is at 130%
capacity and has a suicide rate of 8 times the rate of
the national rate of suicides in prisons.
Legal advocate with CCWP are working with and supporting
survivors and family members outside.
Sponsor: California Coalition for Women Prisoners.
Monday August 1
6:30 pm Glide Center for Social Justice
330 Ellis St. S.F.
POLICING THE POLICE: REFORMING AMERICAN
Van Jones, CNN commentator
George Gascon S.F. District Attorney
Judge LaDoris Cordell Member of the Blue Ribbon
panel on Transparency, Accountability
and Fairness in law enforcement.
Discussion of he recommendations of the Blue Ribbon
Panel. see the recommendations on line at
Tickets: $7.00 – $20.00
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