The question is, “How corrupt is our government?” When they tell us Hillary won the primary election, you know it is a lie. It was a landslide for Bernie! We have to be more rigorous in our demand for change. Read down this list of activities and plan to attend at least one. We need to frighten the bought and paid for ‘representatives’ until they voteas the people DEMAND!
Wednesday, July 6
5:00 pm S.F. City Hall, room 400
Police Commission meeting
INVESTIGATE AMILCAR PEREZ’S KILLING
BY THE S.F.P.D.!
7:00 pm Mission Cultural Center 2898 Mission St.
PROJECT AT 1298 MISSION ST
Come and review and discuss a project to
construct a six story, 35 unit mixed use
building at the corner of 24th and Valencia.
They want to demolish the 76 gas station for
luxury housing. We can discus the need of
housing for working class families.
Thursday July 7
12 noon S.F. City Hall, room 400
planning commission meeting
AXIS DEVELOPMENT WANTS TO BUILD
LUXURY UNITS IN THE MISSION
A hearing for two more gentrification requests
to get rid of working class people in San
6:00 – 9:00 pm SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan St. (cross at 8th St.)
Concert and show
THE BLACK WOMAN IS GOD
60 intergenerational artists show their sculpture,
painting and new media. This opening reception
will feature Djemba drummers and participatory
free public reception
7:00 – 8:00pm S.F. General Hospital, Carr Auditorium
22cd St.and San Bruno
BLACK LIVES MATTER
Panel discussion–part of LaborFest
Discussing labor and minority workers on the job.
There has been a national epidemic of racist
hanging noose incidents. This has taken place
in San Francisco and other cities in Northern
Speakers: Doryle Washington
7:00 – 8:30 The Green Arcade 1680 Market St. S.F.
speaker, lawyer and author Tony Serra
WAR AND THE DEATH PENALTY
Legendary lawyer Tony Serra reads from his
Friday July 8
7:00 pm 2969 Mission St. S.F.
STUDY GROUP ON WOMEN’S RIGHTS
What is the way to forward the movement for
women’s rights? Workshop participants will
discuss the newest developments and study our
history as a way to build an orientation for future
sponsor: Party for Socialism and Liberation
7:00 – 9:00 pm 518 Valencia St. San Francisco
film — 120 minutes with discussion following
THE MINE WARS
A powerful documentary about the largest labor
rebellion in our nation.
The conditions in the mines in the 1920’s were
bad and the mine owners mobilized to reduce
wages, benefits and cuts in mine safety. The
miners decided to organize after Sid Hatfield,
the Chief of Police who was supporter of the
miners demands was shot dead in broad daylight.
Many minors were put in jail and over 10,000
minors decided to arm themselves and get
those men out of jail. The government was on
the side of the mine owners and attacked the
minors. They dropped bombs on them from U.S.
military planes. This Battle on Blair Mountain
is one of he most important labor battles in
Saturday July 9
10:00 am – 7:30 pm Omni Oakland Commons
4799 Shattuck Ave. Oakland
THE RECESSION GENERATION
a BIL convergence at which people can hear
leading thinkers and doers and learn how to
use the most critical ideas for the future
of the planet—and how you can thrive while
pursuing your dream.
Speakers include philosophers, and
entrepreneurs, economists and social
scientists and innovators experimenting with
new ways of living.
There will be panel discussions on:
Fixing the housing crisis
Building a better local economy
Building a better national economy
Building a better global economy
Will robots take our jobs?
tickets $25.00 for volunteers-reimbursed after
$37.50 for students with ID
$100.00 at the door
3:00 pm Berkeley Central Library 2090 Kittrddge St. Berkeley
third floor meeting room
WE NEED A UNITED PARY OF THE 99%
Protest the DNC! Continue the political revolution!
Movement for Bernie and the Socialist Alternative are
organizing a series of forums accross the country on the
question of how to build a political alternative to
continue the struggle against the billionaire class.
The meeting will feature a video from Green Party
candidate Jill Stein and Seattle’s socialist City Council
member Kshama Sawant.
come and join the discussion
sponsored by Movement 4 Bernis and the socialist
Sunday July 10
gather at 11:45
march at noon across the Golden Gate Bridge
BAY AREA SAYS NO TO NATO!
We have five demands
1. No troops and maneuvers at Russia’s borders
2.No new nuclear weapons
3. No further armaments to NATO states
4. No modernization of NATO weapons
5. No NATO operations against refugees
Sponsored by Code Pink
1:00 pm 759 59th St. Oakland
#BEYOND#OCCUPY ART BUILD
Come and make art for the Occupy Anniversary
hosted by Kelly Johnson
5:00 – 7:00 pm The Green Arcade 1680 Market St. S.F.
Daniel Bacon will read from his book
FRISCO IN 1934
Based on real events and people like Harry Bridges
Monday July 11
5:30 – 11:00 pm PizzaHacker 3222 Mission St. S.F.
This dinner is to raise money for the families
burned out of their homes in 3300 block fire
on June 16th.
For a donation of $10.00 to $25.00 you will get
a meal for your family lovingly prepared by
This is a community dinner. Show up early to
help. Stay late to clean up. Tell your friends.
Give. Come hungry.
a Pete Lee Event
Tuesday July 12
1:00 pm San Francisco City Hall
SUPES; VOTE YES ON MAKING CCSF FREE
Make City College FREE to city residents as it was
for earlier generations.
7:00 – 9:00 pm UU Church 1187 Franklin St. S.F.
concert and show
RECLAIMING WORKING CLASS COMMUNITIES
REVOLUTIONARY POET’S BRIGADE
Poets for nature, for homes, health care, living
wage, veterens and workers rights and an end