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Wednesday, February 15
4:00 – 6:00 pm San Francisco Federal Bldg, 7th and Mission S.F.
NO BUILDING ON STOLEN LAND
There will be a meeting in the White House between
President Trump and Netenahu. We must take this
opportunity to say loud and clear, “END THE
OCCUPATION OF PALESTINIAN LAND!”
Sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace, U.S.
Campaign for Palestinian Rights,
American Muslims for Palestine
6:00 pm. 670 Page St. S.F.
EVICTION IS ELDER ABUSE! KEEP 100 YEAR OLD
IRIS CANADA IN HER HOME!
Block the eviction of this 100 year old woman from her
long term home in the Filmore district. This eviction
can lead to her death!
sponsor SF Anti Displacement Coalition
6:00 – 7:00 pm Mission Police Station, Valencia and 17th street, SF
VIGIL FOR AMILCAR
We have held over 40 vigils and we want our day in
court! Amilcar was murdered by the SFPD!
6:30 – 8:30 California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission St. SF
ART AND THE INTERSECTION OF DISABILITY
Leroy Moore will be discussing a range of subjects like
his South African Tour, and about hope for disabled
people. Leroy is a black disabled activist, performer
sponsor CIIS Office of Diversity and Inclusion
7:00 – 9:00 pm City Lights Book Store, 261 Columbus Sr. SF
speakers, David Hartsough and Norman Solomon
GLOBAL ADVENTURES OF A LIFE LONG ACTIVIST
The American people may be more motivated and
ready to get actively involved than any time since
the 60’s. We do have the power if we mobilize to
completely change the course of our nation.
7:30 – 9:30 East Side Arts Alliance
2277 International Blvd, Oakland
ANTI POLICE-TERROR PROJECT GENERAL MEETING
Monthly meeting to develop a replicable and sustainable
model to end police terrorism in this country.
We are a multi-racial, multi generational coalition.
Thursday Feb. 16
10:00 am – 1:00 pm City Hall S.F. Board of Supervisors
SHIELD SAN FRANCISCO
& DEFEND IMMIGRATION RIGHTS
There are unspent salary savings that could be
used to protect those at risk–providing housing
subsidies, to allow people in need of funds to
stay in San Francisco. This funding could be
used to pay lawyers to defend people from
deportation. Please show up to provide support
for Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer who will
introduce legislation for this found cash. Come
and speak at the public comment period.
hosted by S.F. Public Defender’s office
Friday Feb. 17
12: noon S.F. Federal Bldg 90 7th St. near Mission SF
CANCEL NAFTA, STOP THE BORDER WALL!
Unify people on both side of the border. Unify
against the real crooks adn criminals that are
running the corporations that are making millions
on the backs of the workers.
5:00 pm Embarcadero,Justin Herman Plaza
rally and march
BUILD THE MOVEMENT TO DEFEAT THE TRUMP
* stand up against racism, sexism and bigotry
* stop attacks on immigrants, Muslims. people of color
women, LGBTQ people, workers and the poor.
sponsor Answer Coalition
6:15 – 7:30 pm 55 Columbus Ave. SF Asian Law Caucus
FROM THE INCARCERATION OF JAPANESE
AMERICANS TO THE MUSLIM BAN
On the 75th anniversary of Executive order 90066,
under which 120,000 persons of Japanese ancestry
were sent to camps. Join us for a film of those
American concentration camps. followed by a
sponsored by API Legal Outreach, Arab Resources
and Organizing, Asian American
Sunday Feb. 19
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Richmond Progressive Alliance
2540 Mac Donald Ave Richmond
CLIMATE DISRUPTION UNDER TRUMP
Sunflower Alliance General Assembly
speaker Dr. Janice Kirsch talking on how to
be a first responder to this crisis. Dr. Kirsch
is leader of the Climate Steering Committee
of 350 Bay Area.
6;30 – 8:30 pm The Eric Quezada Center 518 Valencia St. SF
The persistence of White Supremacy in the
Reading and discussion wil David Billing, author
of Deep Denial (copies of the book will be offered
for sale. Collections will be acepted for the Anti
Police Terror Project.
registration is required. go to brown paper tickets
A free event. Snacks will be provided.