A) Local veterans worried that recent U.S. military actions could have devastating consequences
B) Oakland City Council Approves Measure Encouraging Sanctuary Workplaces
C) Has San Francisco’s District Attorney Joined the Police in Covering Up Their Shooting of Amilcar Perez Lopez?
by BEN ROSENFELD April 20, 2017
D) A devious move to oust SF’s best Police Commission member
http://48hills.org/2017/04/19/oust-sfs-best-commissioner/ April 19, 2017
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Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board
Friday, April 21 – Tuesday, April 25
Friday, April 21
- Friday, 12 Noon, Mothers On The March Against Police Murders
Hall of Justice
850 Bryant St.
Weekly protest. All invited. Demand DA Gascon charge the officers with murder!
Sponsor: Justice 4 Mario Woods Coalition
- Friday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Amor for Alex Memorial Review and Discussion,
We will meet at Bernal Heights to share love and community and to review the great success of the “Amor for Alex Memorial Concert” and to discuss the next steps to make our international quality monument a reality for generations to come!
- Friday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Wopila tanka for the Water Protectors of the Two Spirit Nation
2101 Webster, Ste. 1300
Join us in thanking the Two Spirit Nation water protectors who camped for months on the front lines of sacred site desecration at Standing Rock.
We will be joined by Hank Herrera (Ohlone/Lisjan), Candi Brings Plenty (Lakota), leader of the Two Spirit Nation camp, other water protectors from the Two Spirit Nation camp, and members of the intertribal indigenous community of Ohlone territories in the East Bay.
Come along on a FREE walking tour surveying San Francisco social movement history and exploring the proposition that nearly all systemic oppression can be traced back to the privatization of access to land.
Participants will have the opportunity to further engage with the Tibetan movement and other activists through trainings and discussions. Participants will gain campaign strategy, grassroots organizing, and public speaking skills alongside other valuable tools to insure effective action.
This will be the most educational, impactful and festive Earth Day Celebration to date. The festival will feature entertainment, dynamic panel discussions and speakers at our ‘Eco Teach In’ section, organic celebrity chef showcase,organic and vegan food courts, wine and beer gardens, clean energy zone,cutting edge earth friendly products, an electric vehicle showcase, kids zone and More
How much can your landlord legally raise your rent? What constitutes an unlawful eviction? What costs is your landlord legally required to cover? Learn your rights as an Alameda County tenant, and learn about ongoing campaigns to win renters’ rights, in a workshop with Braz Shabrell of the East Bay Community Law Center.
4PM SILKSCREENING WITH ZEPH FISH:
Bring something you’d like to print on!
6PM DOC NIGHT:
Oakland documentarian Ariel Appel will be presenting a series of short documentaries about East Bay displacement and the fight for housing justice that she created with the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project. She will also have further information about the work being done by AEMP and how to get involved.
*Suggested donation of $5-15 to Anti-Eviction Mapping Project starting at 6 PM. NOTAFLOF.
*Coffee and tea will be provided
- Saturday, 2:30pm – 3:30pm – NO -TASERS Committee Meeting
SF Main Library
30 Grove St., 4th Floor, Sycit Room
Public meeting – all invited.
SF Police Commission is once again considering TASERS for SFPD. The SF Police Officers Assoc. is also pushing for them. The new SF Chief of Police is also for arming SFPD with TASERS. There is ample evidence that TASERS KILL!
Article: New SFPD chief of police tells union he wants “strategy” to adopt controversial stun guns
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Panel Discussion with Youth, Families, and Teachers. A diverse panel in frank conversations about protecting our children’s safety and raising them to be resilient and proud of their identities while also showing up for their friends. We will talk about race, gender, and power dynamics in bullying and daily life, with families of color and families with other marginalized identities at the center of the conversation.
Families will also learn to identify and acknowledge their privileged identities and help children understand how to be more aware of privilege and share it for justice.
Childcare provided. Register online for childcare and translation.