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(Friday, Nov. 11th – Tuesday, Nov. 15th)
Friday, November 11
N 11, Friday, 10:00am, Memorial Service for Nicholas McWherter
Church of the Highlands
900 Monterey Dr.
San Bruno, Ca
Memorial service for Nicholas D. McWherter – killed by SFPD in October.
Reception immediately following at: San Pedro Park, Pacifica
“His heart was strong and pure, his faith was his rock and his light, even in his troubled times. Mental illness is unimaginable to those with sound minds, but it is real and the problem is begging for our support. Nicholas fought a long, hard, and brave battle to defeat his disease.”
N 11, Friday, 12 Noon, Mothers On The March
Hall of Justice
850 Bryant St.
Every Friday. Support Mothers, Families who have lost loved ones to police brutality. Demand DA Gascon charge officers with murder.
Host: Justice4MarioWoods Coalition
N 11, Friday, 12 Noon – 6:00pm, Art Build 4 Standing Rock Nov. 15 Day of Action
Bridge Storage and ArtSpace
23 Maine Ave.
Help get art and visuals ready for the Nov 15th day of Action in San Francisco. We will paint flags and patches, cut and add safety pints to patches and righ flags and banners. Wear paint clothes and snacks/drinks to share for art volunteers welcome!
NOTE: Bridge Storage and ArtSpace, 23 Maine Ave, Richmond, CA 94804
is a 20 minute walk from Richmond BART, a ten minute bike. Look for signs at the entrance gate.
N 11, Friday, 1:30pm – 5:00pm, Anti Trump Rally
24th & Mission St.
Come out and support the youth!
Donald Trump’s sexism and ignorant views will not be allowed!
N 11, Friday, 3:00pm – 4:00pm, Evacuate the Families and Children of Fukushima and STOP NUKES – Speak – out
275 Battery St.
There will be a speak out at the Japan Consulate to call for immediate evacuation of the children & families of Fukushima. The Abe government runs TEPCO and continues to cover-up the dangers of radiation and is also attempting to restart Japan’s nuclear power plants. The Abe government has told the people of Japan and the world that the Fukushima crisis has been overcome and there is nothing to worry about despite the fact that radioactive material continues to contaminate the area and the Pacific Ocean.
N 11, Friday 3:00pm, Bay Area #NoDAPL Pray Down the Banks – San Francisco
Wells Fargo Headquarters
464 California St.
N 11, Friday, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, Let’s talk about Syria
AROC Arab Resource & Organizing Center
518 Valencia St.
Join AROC in a conversation with Bassam Haddad, Director of the Middle East Studies Program at George Mason University and Co-Founder/Editor of online journal, Jadaliyya.
What roles did the Assad regimes’ 45+ years of economic corruption, political repression, and state violence play in the rise of an inevitable revolution in Syria?
Aside from the regime, what factors – such as the role of the U.S., Russia, and other regional and external actors — transformed the original trajectory of the revolution?
N 11, Friday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Forum: After Election Day: What’s Next For the People’s Movement?
2969 Mission St. (nr. 24th St.)
$3.00 – $10.00 donation suggested – no one turned away
Join us for an analysis and discussion of the election outcome, and – most importantly – what is needed now to build the movement for socialism and the struggle for justice here and around the world.
Saturday, November 12
N 12, Saturday, 11:00am – 12 Noon, No Dakota Access Pipeline – Alameda
Bank of America
1500 Park St.
Vigil & holding signs
N 12, Saturday, 1:00pm – 5:00pm, 1 Year Anniversary of Richard Perkins Jr. – Community Memorial
24-7 Gas and Food
Please join the family of Richard Perkins Jr. and Anti Police-Terror Projectto commemorate and celebrate the life of Richard Perkins Jr.!
We will be having a memorial at his death site to remember him with speakers, performances, and more.
After the memorial tribute at Richard’s death site we will move to Verdese Carter Park on 98th and Sunnyside for a community barbeque.
N 12, Saturday, 12Noon – 3:00pm, No DAPL Solidarity Action – Direct Action Training
First Unitarian Center
1187 Franklin St.
This training will take participants through the
strategies and tools used in non-violent direct action. It will include a legal briefing and an overall plan for November 15th.
This training will be an important place to get plugged into for the No DAPL Solidarity Action on Nov. 15th.
Host: Diablo Rising Tide
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Sunday, November 13
N 13, Sunday, 9:30am – 2:00pm, Direct Action for Racial Justice: A SURJ Bay Area Training
Join SURJ Bay Area for our third homegrown Direct Action training dedicated to teaching you the framework and the hard skills needed to take action for racial justice. This interactive workshop is designed to give you real-time experiences of being in a protest while also building our understanding of direct action from the perspective of white people participating in the movement for racial justice.
N 13, Sunday, 1:00pm – 2:30pm, Medea Benjamin “Kingdom of the Unjust”
1187 Franklin St.
Medea Benjamin, author, activist and co-founder of Codepink will discuss her book: “Kingdom of the Unjust” – behind the US Saudi connection.
New book will be available.
N 13, Sunday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Palestine Report Back
St. Paul’s Towers –
2nd Floor, Fred Weaver Residence Center
100 Bay Pl. – (Nr 27th & Harrison)
Jim Haber’s report back from his trip to Palestine this past July
Monday, November 14
N 14, Monday, 5:00pm – 6:00pm, NoDAPL Action Station! Calls, Emails, Letters & More
Alley Cat Books
3036 24th Street
We’ll be calling, emailing, letter writing, hash-tagging (and more) to Demand a Stop to the DAPL! We’ll have EVERYTHING you need to take action!
Following will be general meeting
Host: SF SURG Committee
Tuesday, November 15
N 15, Tuesday, 6:30am – 12 Noon, Bay Area Stand With Standing Rock: March on Army Corps of Engine
Civic Center Plaza
Polk & Grove St.
Sunrise Ceremony, March to Army Corps of Engineers, & Mass Nonviolent Direct Action at Army Corps of Engineers, SF
Can’t make the entire event? Join when you can!
IF YOU CAN JOIN US… in risking arrest taking nonviolent direct action, please attend an action training-orientation and please form or join an “affinity group”
Host: Idle No More
Details / Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1778370889093030/
N 15, Tuesday, 2:00pm – 3:00pm, Growing Dangers of Wars Among Nuclear-Armed States
UU Center, Fireside Room
1187 Franklin St.
Gray Panthers Present: Jackie Cabasso, Director, Western States Legal Foundation
Jackie has been continuously active in nuclear disarmament, peace and environmental advocacy for decades. She has spoken at public hearings, legislative symposia and conferences around the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America, and has addressed rallies and gatherings at the Livermore and Los Alamos nuclear weapons laboratories, at US nuclear test sites, and in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
As director of the Western States Legal Foundation, Jackie Cabasso monitors and analyzes U.S. nuclear weapons programs and policies and related high technology energy and weapons programs.
N 15, Tuesday, 3:00pm – 6:00pm, Stand up to Lennar Corporation
SF City Hall, Room 250
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl
Calle 24 has filed an EIR appeal against Lennar Corp. Their project at 1515 South Van Ness was exempt from in EIR review because of the Eastern Neighborhoods Plan.
A large presence is needed, Lennar has organized support for the project and will bring people from outside the Mission and from with-in.
N 15, Tuesday, 4:00pm – 8:00pm, Youth Public Comment on SFPD Issues
SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton Goodlett Place
The Youth Commission will hold an open space in our office, City Hall room 345, at 4pm so that we can all prepare for public comment, meet other youth justice advocates and support/collaborate with each other. We will have light food available. Around 4:45 we will head down to the chamber for seats.
This hearing will consider the findings and recommendations of the Department of Justice’s Initial Assessment Report of the San Francisco Police Department, the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, Civil Grand Jury, and Blue Ribbon Panel on Transparency, Accountability, and Fairness in Law Enforcement.