ANNOUNCEMENTS for Tue., Wed., & Thurs. (from Adrienne Fong)

Please keep Pat Gray and her family in your thoughts. Sending special appreciation to her for all that she has done to get announcements out and all she does to make this a better world for   

The following announcements are  for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning. Send items for posting to by Wednesday 12 Noon.


Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board


(Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday a.m.)

Tuesday, February 14

Tuesday, 10:30am. February 14: “Let’s Make A Date” Valentines Day Rally

SF Congresswomen Nancy Pelosi’s Office
90 – 7th Street,  Suite 2-800

Many members of Congress haven’t yet scheduled town hall meetings with constituents for the February congressional recess Feb. 18 – 26.

In the last week we’ve seen Trump give handouts to Wall Street at the expense of consumers and rush forward the Dakota Access Pipeline, and push through more dangerous Cabinet picks. We deserve the chance to meet publicly with our representatives to discuss these vital issues for our democracy.

That’s why, this Valentine’s Day, February 14, we’ll visit our senators and representatives’ local offices with a clear demand: “Let’s Make a Date! Host a Town Hall!”

Host: Move-On


Tuesday, 11:00am – 2:00pm, Black History Month Action

Coalition on Homelessness
468 Turk St.

Free lunch at the Coalition, then march together to City Hall to protest the disparate effect homelessness has on the Black homeless community.

Black people are12.6 % of the nations population but account for 40% of its homeless population. HOMELESSNESS IS NOT JUST A POVERTY ISSUE – IT’S A RACE ISSUE! Time for sf to show some love and house poor San Franciscans.

Sponsor: Coalition on Homelessness


Tuesday, 11:30am – 12:30pm, Demand Disney Stand With Immigrants – Not Trump

39 Stockton St. (between Ellis & O’Farrell)

In late January, President Trump signed a “Muslim ban” executive order barring immigrants and refugees from seven primarily Muslim countries from entering the United States.

People from across the country are protesting and demanding businesses that are collaborating with Donald Trump step down from his economic advisory council.

Last week, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick stepped down from the economic advisory council, and this week, we’re asking Disney CEO Bob Iger to do the same.

Sponsor: ACCE


Tuesday, 1:00pm – 2:00pm, Youth & Families Launch Love for Muslims, Migrants, & Mama Earth

San Francisco Federal Building
90 – 7th Street
San Francisco

Black, Brown, Immigrant, Unhoused, Disabled & Indigenous Youth & Families Launch Love in the Face of all this Hate for Valentines Day.

In the face of all this hate for for Muslims, Migrants/Immigrants, Our Water, Our Mama Earth- youth and families decided respond with love.

Youth Skolaz from Deecolonize Academy will be speaking love and respect for ourselves , our mama earth, our water and our communities in this face of all this hate and white supremacy.

“Water is life, we can’t live without it- we can’t live without Mama Earth, “said Queena 11years old

Call out to all youth and families, elders and communities to join us with their statements of love.

Sponsor: POOR Magazine Info:

Tuesday, 2:00pm, Proposal for sheriff’s $70 Million jail renovation funding will be voted on by BoS.

SF City Hall, Room 250
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Place

Despite community opposition, at the budget and finance committee meeting, the Sheriff’s $70 million state application for the jail renovation project was moved forward to the full Board of Supervisors.

Proposal includes an increase of 8 beds and the cell structure will be modified from open pods to locked cells. Additionally, the Sheriff proposes to move prisoners either to one of the jails that SF has already committed to closing or to other counties like Alameda County while the renovation takes place.

CALL the Supervisors

Let them Know that you are a SF resident and oppose jail construction in San Francisco.

Ask them to amend the resolution to apply for jail renovation funding to prohibit bed increases and ensure that the resolution is voted on again before expending the money, and that San Francisco stand against security increases that further harden isolation and restriction of movement inside the jail.

Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer – (415) 554-7410
Supervisor London Breed – (415) 554-7630
Supervisor Jane Kim – (415) 554-7970
Supervisor Jeff Sheehy – (415) 554-6968
Supervisor Hillary Ronen – (415) 554-5144
Supervisor Asha Safaí – (415) 554-6975
Supervisor Aaron Peskin – (415) 554-7450
Supervisor Malia Cohen – (415) 554-7670
Supervisor Norman Yee – (415) 554-6516
Supervisor Mark Farrell – (415)554-7752
Supervisor Katy Tang – (415) 554-7460

Wednesday, February 15

Wednesday, 4:00pm – 6:00pm, Tell Trump and Netanyahu No Building on Stolen Land

SF Federal Building
7th Street & Mission

NOTE: In lieu of  The Codepink, World Can’t Wait & Occupy Action Council PEACE VIGIL we will be participating in this action.

In the midst of beautiful, building resistance disrupting agendas of racism, bigotry, and Islamophobia, the White House announced that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be coming to DC to meet with Trump on February 15.

We  expect that this meeting will result in an even more open US support for Israeli policies that deny Palestinian rights and land, including the building of illegal settlements, and a further cementing of the “shared values” of racism and hate.

Trump says the wall he wants to build on the US-Mexico border is modeled on the walls Israel has built. Netanyahu himself made this point in recent tweets and Israeli companies are even bidding to construct it.

Sponsor: Jewish Voice for Peace


Wednesday, 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Vigil for Amilcar Perez Lopez

Mission Police Station
Valencia & 17th St

Over 40 vigils for Amilcar have been held.

February 26, will be the second anniversary of Amilcar’s murder by SFPD, we can’t let them forget. Come hear of the plans honor Amilcar and to mark this anniversary.

DA Gascon, let us have our day in court!

Wednesday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Living Wage Coalition Meeting

Redstone Building, 2940 16th St, Room 301
(16th St. betw. Mission and South Van Ness)

San Francisco Living Wage Coalition Meeting. The Living Wage Coalition is building a grassroots movement of low-wage workers and their allies to win economic justice. Anyone who works full time should be able to survive on what they earn and support themselves and their children. Come to be a part of discussing next steps in pursuing an economic justice agenda.

More information at

Wednesday, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, Art at the Intersections of Disability and Blackness

California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission St.

365 Days of Blackness.

Image description : Captured is a flyer of an upcoming event. A smiling picture of black disabled activist, performer, and author Leroy Moore appears at the top. Across it is a title in big white letters that reads : 365 Days of Blackness – Leroy Moore

Part of ODI’s ‘Disability as Diversity’ Series, Leroy Moore will be discussing a range of subjects including : Krip-Hope Nation, his South Africa Tour, and ‘Where is Hope?’.


Wednesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, David Hartsough with Norman Solomon

City Lights Bookstore
261 Columbus Ave.

Discussion and celebration of David Hartsough’s new book “Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist”

An evening to discuss the current political climate and how we can move forward constructively


Wednesday, 7:30pm – 9:30pm, Anti Police-Terror Project Monthly Meeting

Eastside Arts Alliance
2277 International Blvd.

Monthly APTP meeting, held on every 3rd Wednesday of the month.

The Anti Police-Terror Project is a project of the ONYX ORGANIZING COMMITTEE that in coalition with other organizations like Idriss Stelley FoundationCommunity READY Corps and Workers World is working to develop a replicable and sustainable model to end police terrorism in this country.

We are led by the most impacted communities but are a multi-racial, mutil-generational coalition.


Thursday, February 16

Thursday, 9:30am – 1:00pm, Action Alert: Stand Up for SF Immigrants

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl

9:30am Rally at City Hall
10:30 am Board of Supervisors Budget Committee, Rm. 250

Rally and Press Conference, followed by the Budget and Finance Committee Meeting of the Board of Supervisors, where Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer will introduce legislation to provide attorneys to defend San Franciscans locked in immigration detention centers. Show up provide support and speak at public comment!

  • 70% of SF’s immigrant detainees are unrepresented by lawyers. More than half lived in San Francisco for more than a decade, many with citizen children
    • No other area of U.S. law allows us to lock people up and make them fight against trained government lawyers without assistance of an attorney.
    • Detained immigrants with attorneys are 7x more likely to win than those defending themselves

Sponsor: SF Public Defenders Office


Thursday, 9:30am – 1:00pm, Shield San Francisco

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl

9:30am Rally at City Hall
10:30 am Board of Supervisors Budget Committee, Rm. 250

Many people are at severe risk under this new President. Supervisor Fewer has found unspent salary savings that could be used to protect those at risk, providing housing subsidies to people with disabilities, LGBTQ folks, and undocumented families, allowing them to stay in San Francisco.

This would cut money out of budget and fund a subsidy that would serve 155 homeless or at-risk households!

+ 30 undocumented families or families with children with disabilities
+ 125 LGBT and non-LGBT seniors and people with disabilities, at a cost of $1.5 million and $1 million respectively.

This funding would also include $400,000 for the public defenders office to defend against deportations of undocumented people.

Restore funding for new subsidies that Mayor Lee cut!

Sponsor: Coalition on Homelessness


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Street Medic Training  (Info from the  Do No Harm Coalition)

Reply at the site below with your availability for the month of March.

Due to popular demand, we are going to get the Street Medic training underway with our friends Oakland Street Medics. But first, we need you to weigh in with your availability and interest so we can reach as many people as possible. Thank you for taking the time to fill this out!

At the Street Medic training course you will learn basic medical care skills to assist in large direct action events and demonstrations. Gain the skills to help those that may experience harm, brutality, and other violent crowd-control methods. Utilize your skills to become an activist through healing!

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