Please forward this calendar to your friends. If you know of some
the calendar. I need the information by Tuesday at noon.
Wednesday July 13
5:30 -6:00 pm Montgomery and Market St. S.F.
Come and join others under our peace banner.
We have information to hand out to people
about the everlasting WAR ON TERROR! We
must do all we can to stop the endless wars
of aggression by our nation under the idea
that we are bringing peace and democracy
to the people of the world. (at the point of a
gun) The funding for these endless wars is
causing ‘austerity’ and cuts in all of our very
important domestic programs.
Code Pink, World Can’t Wait and the SF Occupy
7:00 – 9:00 pm Oscar Grant Plaza, Oakland City Hall plaza
SHOWING UP FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
Join a local group to move white people to act as
a part of a multiracial majority for justice with
passion and accountability. We will build an
altar for the black lives stolen in Oakland by
the police—seven men and one woman.
Please bring flowers, candles, photos or other
offerings to honor these stolen lives.
sponsored by SUFJ (Showing Up For Racial Justice)
7:30 – 9:30 Berkeley Hillside Club, 2287 Cedar St. Berkeley
SPIRAL:TRAPPED IN THE FOREVER WAR
Speaker Mark Danner
A shrewd analysis of why American’s War on
Terror has persisted over a decade with no end
tickets $15.00 at the door or $12.00 in advance
Thursday July 14
6:00 pm Corner of Thornton Blvd and St. Edwards St.
JUSTICE FOR TEO, RALLY AND MARCH
Please join us for a peaceful family gathering,
Vigil, rally and march. Teo was killed by the
Newark police on March 11, 2016. He was shot in the
back with an AR-15 Assault Weapon. We demand
the officer be charged and fired and that the police
be deprived of military equipment.
8:00 pm Mojo Theater, 2940 16th St. San Francisco
AMERICAN DREAM 2016 – THE WOLF IN THE
Gentri – FUN – cation for the whole family. Sketch
comedy * Spoken word * Magic * film * music
tickets $20. at the door
Friday July 15
10:00 am – 11 am San Francisco City Hall
PRESS CONFERENCE AND KICK OFF RALLY
TO RECALL MAYOR ED LEE
Mayor Lee has shown callous disregard for the
most vulnerable of our community–the homeless.
His housing policies have raised rents, evicted
people and created more housing for the rich.
He is selling out the people to developers and
the tech industry.
5:00 pm St. John’s Church 110 Julien Ave at 15th St. S.F.
MISSION NIGHT WALK
We will walk and remember all those killed by the
police. We will stop at Mission Police Station.
sponsored by the Mission District Faith Communities.
5:30 pm Richmond City Hall 450 Civic Center, Richmond
NATIONAL CALL TO ACTION AGAINST POLICE
Together We Stand is organizing vigils across the nation
on Friday, July the 15th in remembrance of all these
lost to police brutality.
7:00 pm 2969 Mission St. San Francisco
EYE WITNESS TO RACIST POLICE TERROR
Speaker Gloria LaRiva, Party for Socialism and Liberation
Presidential candidate will tell of her arrest in Baton Rouge
with hundreds of people peacefully demonstrating the
murders by police of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
Discussion following on the growth of the movement
against police brutality.
Saturday July 16
10:00 – 12:00 pm 759 59th St. Oakland
MEETING PLANNING FOR
BEYOND # OCCUPY
Plan for the upcoming anniversary of Occupy
to get ready for the 5th anniversary of Occupy.
hosted by Kelly Johnson
Sunday July 17
1 – 3 pm San Francisco Main Library Koret Auditorium
STEPPING FORWARD ; S.F. COMMUNITIES
Music – Francisco Herrera, Colen O’Leary, Shirin Sadeghi
Poetry – Alerjandro Murguis, Dottie Payne, Kil Sherck,
Greg Pond, Agneta Menefree, Toshi Washizer,
Genny Lim, Judith Ayn Bernhard
Monday July 18
6:00 – 9:00 pm Global Exchange, Mission at 16th St. S.F.
FASCISM AND THE SOCIAL ECONOMIC
HISTORY OF GERMANY
Speaker Gerald Smith with a panel
with a showing of a video interview with the
Frisco Five on getting rid of Police Chief Suhr.
Tuesday July 19
7:00 pm Roxy Theater 3117 16th St between Valencia and
PROCEDURE 769 – THE WITNESSES TO AN
The film examines the execution though the eyes
of the eleven people who were in the execution
Chamber on that day.
following the film there will be a panel discussion
featuring the film maker, the San Quinton Warden,
the attorney of the man executed and a friend of that
tickets $12.00 at the door or $8:00 for seniors and
Wednesday July 20
7:30 pm Eastside Arts Alliance 2277 International Blvd.
ANTI POLICE TERROR PROJECT
Regular monthly meeting gathering to work to develop a
repeatable and sustainable model to end police
terrorism. We are a multi racial, multi generational
coalition. You are invited to join us in the discussion.