“May you live in interesting times” is an ancient curse. And that is where we are. We need to do more than be worried. Might be time for you to get out on the streets.
Wednesday November 30
8:00 am – 11:00 am Justin Herman Plaza, Embarcadero, 1 Market St. S.F.
WOMEN RESIST: DIVEST WELLS FARGO
The morning will begin with prayers for the water led by Women of Idle
No More. There will be a teach in on why we must take our money out
of the banks that are funding the Dakota Assess Pipe line. We will
walk to the banks that are funding the DAPL asking people to take
their money out of these banks.
sponsored by Idle No More
9:00 am Rene C. Davidson Courthouse, 1225 Fallon St. Oakland
COURT SUPPORT NEEDED FOR THE PROTESTER FROM OAKLAND
ARRESTED AT A PEACEFUL ANTI TRUMP DEMONSTRATION.
One of the demonstrators arrested in Oakland is facing heavy charges
and would love some community support.
11:00 am – 12:00 pm S.F. City Hall, Board of Supervisors Budget Committee
LET’S MAKE FREE CITY COLLEGE REAL!
The budget committee will be discussing how and when to make
City College free to residents of San Francisco. We want this to
be effective by fall 2017
sponsored by AFT 2121
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Mission Police Station, 17th and Valencia, S.F.
GASCON; WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON?
We demand you charge the killer cops with murder!
6:30 – 8:30 Women’s Building 3543 18th St. S.F.
WHAT THE HELL JUST HAPPENED? POST ELECTION THERAPY
Join Supervisor David Campos and Sunny Auguto and Jim Steins
Christina Olague for a panel discussion about local and national
co sponsored by the Bernal Heights Democratic Club, Harvey Milk
LGBT club and the Latino Democratic club
Thursday December 1
8:00 am Sproul Hall Berkeley
NO DAPL: NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION
Against the banks that have invested in the pipe line.
We will march to Wells Fargo on Shattuck. Please wear blue if you
can and bring signs and noise makers!
9:30 am San Francisco City Hall Board of Supervisors room
REJECT JAILS, SUPPORT INVESTMENT!
Help us to ensure NO NEW JAILS in San Francisco. At this
meeting the board will review a series of proposals but forth by
the city work group on alternatives to jails. We must stay vigilant
against efforts to re entrench jailing and policing as solutions to
unmet needs in our communities.
Sponsored by NO NEW JAILS coalition
10:00 am Wells Fargo Headquarters 420 Montgomery St. S.F.
NO DAKOTA ACCESS PIPE LINE — GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION
The Camp of Sacred Stones and the Red Warrior Camp are calling
on allies to take action against the financial institutions working to
build the pipe line.
Sponsored by Grassroots Organizing
Friday December 2
3:30 pm M.L .King Jr Park on 3rd Street in the Bayview
VIGIL ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE DAY OF THE MURDER
MARIO WOODS BY THE S.F.P.D.
We demand justice for Mario.
sponsored by Justice 4 Mario Woods
7:00 om New Valencia Hall, 747 Polk St. S.F.
THE MEANING OF TRUMP’S VICTORY – AND WHAT COMES NEXT?
Speakers Kristine Lee (Berinie Support group)
Sam Rubin (disability rights)
topics How key is racism and sexism?
Strategies for defeating bigotry
Is an independent labor party in our future?
Hearty snack available for $2.00 – $5.00 donation
sponsored by Freedom Socialist Party
Saturday Dec. 3 and 4th TWO DAY EVENT
10:00 – 3:00 pm Middle East Children’s Alliance 1101 8th st. Berkeley
PALESTINE HOLIDAY CRAFTS FAIR
A stunning array of unique items from Palestine–plus Arabic
Food. Olive oil, embroidery, hand woven rugs, scarfs and
sponsored by the Middle East Children’s Alliance
more info 510-548-0542
1:00 – 2:00 pm 33 Third St. San Francisco
Office Depot, 3rd at Stevenson 1/2 block from Market
BOYCOTT, DIVESTMENT AND SANCTIONS
We will rally outside of Office Depot, a significant vendor
of Hewlett Packer products. There is a national action
against Hewlett Packard companies.
3:00 pm 518 Valencia St. S.F.
PANEL DISCUSSION ON NATIONAL HEALTH
A report back on the recent Physicians for a National Health
sponsor, Single Payer Now
more info 415-695-7891
6:00 pm 105 Palm Ave # 6
one block north of Geary and one block east of Argullo
cross street is Euclid
RUTHIE’S BIRTHDAY PARTY!
We have had a tough year of badness – let’s celebrate our
wonderful friendships. There will be a vegetarian pot luck
event — Bring something to share but no gifts. We have to
cheer each other up to continue to rise up for democracy
info 415-515- 1259
Sunday Dec. 4
11:00 am – 1:00 pm Omni Commons 4799 Shattuck in Berkeley
LEGAL OBSERVER TRAINING
The Lawyer Guild is offering training to insure that
protesters’ rights are not violated by the police.
The training is free but please register via EventBrite
Host Omni Commons
12:00 – 4:00 pm Howard Zin Book Fair
City College, Mission Campus 1125 Valencia St.S.F
THE CAPITALIST CLIMATE: ORGANIZING AGAINST
Speakers Laura and Paul Messersmith-Glavin of the
Messersmith-Glavin of Anarchist Studies Collective.
This is a part of the day long event in rm. 322
4:00 pm AGAINST THE FASCIST CREEP
Join Author Alexander Ross for a discussion of his
new book Against the Fascist Creep. A group of white
racists and neo nazi groups have formed after the
election of Obama. They plan repression of our dissent.
6:30 – 7:30 pm Omni Commons 4799 Shattuck Ave. Oakland
PEOPLE’S COMMUNITY MEDICS TRAINING
Every week the Community Democracy Project
holds a space for leaders and volunteers to discuss
current events, important issues impacting our
communities or to share a skill set. At this gathering
you can learn how to provide first aid to victims of
tear gas. The People’s community Medics is a
collective of volunteers that share knowledge of
of basic first aid. We can not depend on the
state to assist when an emergency is in process:
it is an act of self determination when we help
sponsor: People’s Community Medics
Tuesday December 6
6:00 – 9:00 pm S.E.I.U. 350 Rhode Island St S.F.
D.A. GASCON SPEAKS
There has been a lot of pressure on the D.A. to charge the
Police officers who have killed people with murder. In
response of these demands D.A. Gascon has agreed to
speak to the community.
6:45 – 9:00 pm Sierra Club 2101 Webster St. #1300 Oakland
DISPLACEMENT AND GENTRIFICATION:
how did we get here and how do we stop it?
We will have a training workshop to fight this trend
of displacement. There is a donation of $5.00 to $20.00
to fund future actions. no one turned away for lack of
funds. The workshop has room for 66 people. To
sponsor SURJ – Oakland/SF bayarea
7:00 pm Studio Grand 3234 Grand Ave. Oakland
DIGNITY AND SURVIVAL FOR REFUGEES: A REPORT
BACK FROM GREECE
The world currently has the greatest number of displacement
of people since World War II. A small group of volunteers from
the bay area have just returned from volunteering in the camps
on the islands of Chios and Lesvos in Greece. They will be
sharing stories, pictures and way to plug in ongoing work to
support refugees. Come and learn about the effectsw of the wars
in the Middle East that the United States is involved in. This is
a fund raising event.
sponsor Palestinian Youth Movement.