Please keep Pat in your thoughts – she was in a car accident on Tuesday and is home recuperating.
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Wednesday, August 24
A 24, Wednesday, 11:00am, Protest to Fire Judge Persky
California Commission on Judicial Performance
455 Golden Gate Ave,
San Francisco, CA 94102
Demand justice for survivors: Remove Judge Aaron Persky
Brock Turner raped an unconscious woman behind a dumpster near a frat party, and was only sentenced to six months in prison because Judge Persky thought a longer sentence would have a “severe impact” on him.
A 24, Wednesday, 5:30pm – 7:00pm, Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline Solidarity Action: SF Bay (Rally)
SF Federal Building
7th & Mission Street
Construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline has been put on hold until a Washington D.C. court date on Wednesday, August 24th. Which was brought on by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
The tribe is suing federal regulators who approved the permits that allow the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which would move oil from North Dakota to Illinois, potentially polluting the water supply on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
The tribe has launched an international campaign, called “Rezpect our Water”, asking the Army Corps to deny the key permits for the pipeline.
Organized by Indigenous People Organizing for Change, Chinese Progressive Association -SF & Indigenous Women of the Americas Defending Mother Earth.
Info / History: https://www.facebook.com/events/641478426006992
A 24, Wednesday, 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Vigil. DA Gascón: Do the right thing! Charge the officers who killed Amilcar with murder!
Mission Police Station
Valencia & 17th St.
Mission Station is where the officers who killed Amilcar are stationed. We continue to shine a spotlight on them.
A 24, Wednesday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Community Meeting “Search for SF Chief of Police” (4th community meeting)
Scottish Rite Masonic Center
2850 19th Avenue
The San Francisco Police Commission is seeking community input on the recruitment process for the next San Francisco Chief of Police. Members of the public are welcome to provide public comment at the scheduled community meetings and / or take the on-line community input survey available at:http://www.ralphandersen.com/sfpc-survey/ . The deadline is August 31, 2016
Come voice your opinion! Demand transparency in the process.
The last community meeting will be on Monday, August 29th
▪Monday, August 29, 2016, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at St. Mary’s Cathedral, 1111 Gough Street, San Francisco
ACTION: If you would like to be part of a presence from 5:30pm – 6:15pm on Monday, outside the Cathedral with others holding a 70 foot long paper ribbon banner with the names of those killed by the SFPD from 2000 – 2016, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A 24, Wednesday, 6:30pm, Urgent! Richmond Shoreline Toxics Meeting
Richmond Field Station
1301 South 46th Street, Rm 454
The California State Dept. Of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) is holding a public hearing on the proposed clean up by Zeneca Inc of former chemical evaporation ponds on the Richmond Shoreline very near the SF Bay Trail.
These highly polluted ponds are a toxic soup of arsenic and proprietary pesticides dumped by Stauffer Chemical & Zeneca Inc., including the same chemical that was involved in the deadly Bophal, India accident.
Thursday, August 25
A 25, Thursday, 4:00pm, City College of SF Board of Trustees Meeting
CCSF – Ocean Campus
4:00 pm – Public Comment on Closed Session Agenda
6:45 pm – Open Session
Click for: Agenda
A 25, Thursday, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, OPP Workshop: Know Your Options in Chronic Health
955 – 7th Street
“POLICING IS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE”
Because policing fails to meet people’s needs, and puts people in danger of arrest, imprisonment, and/or even death, we must eliminate connections between policing and healthcare.
Workshop is designed to increase people’s understanding of how policing, incarceration and gentrification drive health inequalities manifest as chronic illnesses and to empower folks who live with them to access the care they need with minimal contact with law enforcement.
Sponsor: Critical Resistance & Oakland Power Projects
Friday, August 26
A 26, Friday, 6:00pm, Remembering Amilcar, and stepping up the fight
Meet at site where Amilcar was murdered
Folsom Street (between 24th and 25th Streets)
August 26th marks 18 months since the SFPD officers Craig Tiffe and Eric Reboli murdered Amilcar Perez Lopez by firing six shots to his back. Eighteen months and still the DA has not charged the officers with murder.
At the site where the police murdered him, we’ll remember Amilcar in story, song, poetry, dance, and prayer.
After gathering at his murder site, we’ll march to the site where Luis Gongora Pat was murdered then to Mission Police Station where the officers who killed Amilcar are now stationed.
A 26, Friday, 7:30pm – A 27 Saturday, 9pm, Town Hall: Police Militarization Training in Pleasanton
4477 Black Ave.
Come out to learn more about “Urban Shield,” a police militarization training and venue for selling military-grade weaponry that will be held in Pleasanton on Sept. 9th. Urban Shield promotes the use of deadly force as a first level of response and is subsidized by federal money.
The town hall will be an opportunity for residents of Pleasanton and surrounding areas to understand what exactly Urban Shield is, the harmful impacts it has on our communities, and our efforts to call for the defunding of this harmful program. We will also explore more effective models of emergency response training and systems that are not based on a warfare-style mentality and approach.
URBAN SHIELD Webinar– This is the video/recording of a webinar on Urban Shield – it is about 45min long. But will help you understand the local, national and international implications of Urban Shield :https://vimeo.com/178061553