Hello Everyone, This listing is of 23 SF events for Friday and Saturday. Events are constantly being updated. If you have questions about a particular event – contact firstname.lastname@example.org and give the # of the event you are inquiring about before 1:00pm on Friday and I’ll be happy to look into it.
Check item #8 for good general info.
Description on FB about Patriot Prayer – Freedom Rally: https://www.facebook.com/events/1454498877929964/
-this event is the kick-off for Sunday’s Anti-Marxist event in Berkeley.
What transportation is available to Crissy Field on August 26?
Do not drive to this event; there will be no parking. Event participants will only be able to access Crissy Field on foot via the Marina Boulevard Gate (Mason Street at Lyon). The Presidio Go Around the Park Shuttle will not be operating on this day. The nearest MUNI services to Crissy Field/Marina Boulevard Gate include the 30 and 43. The MUNI 22 and 45 drop off a farther distance from the Marina Boulevard Gate. For MUNI services available on August 26, visit the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency website at www.sfmta.com Please check this website before making your trip to ensure you have the most current information about MUNI service.
National Lawyers Guild # 415- 285-1011 write it on your arm. Attorney Tony Serra has also offered to represent counter protestors for free if arrest happen.
COUNTER – EVENTS
August 25 – August 26
Friday, August 25
1. Friday, August 25, 12Noon – Saturday August 26, Leave your dog poop on Crissy Field
610 Old Mason St.
Leave a gift for our Alt-Right friends. Take your dog to Crissy Field and let them do their business and be sure not to clean it up!
View tactical map of where to go.
Watch out for landmines, friends!
We can get together Sunday and clean up the mess and hug each other!
2. Friday, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, Anti-Hate Digital Light Vigil Friday Nite at Crissy Field
Crissy Field Ave.
The members of Gays Without Borders are announcing that the National Park Service has granted us a permit for an electronic-only “candlelight” vigil on Friday, August 25, at 7 pm, and speak out at Crissy Field.
From GGNRA“… permit for the East Beach portion of Crissy Field, west of the restrooms, with easy access to parking, and if the fog cooperates, a view of the airfield and the Golden Gate Bridge.
“We cannot allow open flames near the highly flammable eucalyptus trees however, so real candles won’t be allowed, but battery operated candles, flashlights, cell phone flashlights, cell phone apps that look like candles, glow sticks, anything that lights up but isn’t fire is ok.”
Our grassroots community gathering is designed to preemptively use this public land the night before the Patriot Prayer rally, at the same location. We will be using our digital devices as sources of love and light to show solidarity with all who oppose hate and the Trump agenda.
Saturday, August 26
3. Saturday, 6:00am – 9:00pm, Park Out Crissy Field 8/26 (check site for updates)**
Crissy Field Beach
(Much of the Presidio will be shut down on Saturday – including parking lots. Have not received updates on this action since the permit was granted !)
The idea is for all of us who have cars to occupy the parking around crissy field so that the white nationalist event attendies have to park somewhere in city making it A more difficult for them to gather and B (maybe more importantly) more difficult for them to bring guns because the federal open carry rules do not apply- I am creating the event to make sure someone does….. not sure who’s idea this was originally- not mine- but I think it has legs… or wheels if we can get the word out
4. Saturday, 9:00am – 6:00pm, Anti-Racist Rally
490 Marina Blvd.
March will start from 490 Marina Blvd.
Please join us at the Anti-Racist rally to be held in opposition to the White Supremacists that are organizing a racist rally at Crissy Fields in San Francisco.
Host: Brown Lives Matter
5. Saturday, 9:30am -2:00pm, Non-violent Resistance to Fascism
Marina Blvd. (between Scott St. & Fillmore St.)
we’ll be meeting around 9:30 and will be joining up with the ILWU March Against Hate to Crissy Field.
We’ll have our own contingent among the marchers, we’ll have signs created and donated by a local artist
There is risk & militarized “security” that will be present @ Crissy Field during the fascist hate rally. We’ll be joining and marching with allies into the field around Exact location TBD. If you have white or pink sheets to donate, please let us know!
See FB site for pledge!
Please wear a pink triangle to symbolize that we have not forgotten (if you’re comfortable) and in either place, pledge to uphold queer, progressive, & compassionate resistance.
Will you be at one of these events?
We’re here to support community at Crissy Field & to make sure that folks who plan on being at there are able to have community & not be isolated during an event designed to divide, isolate, and hurt us.
Please be inspired and aware of the history of Act Up, compassionate, nonviolent queer actions, and the queer activism that makes the Bay Area like nowhere else in the world.
We’re here to set the story straight & not allow hate propaganda to dominate the media without correction.
No pressure to RSVP if you’re uncomfortable.
We’ll be creating signs, bringing flowers & music, collaborating with other non-violent groups, & demonstrating what peace & advocacy look like. We will not be taking part in any acts that will compromise our message or our fight to be rid of fascism. We’ll promote justice, co-existence, understanding, & empowerment of leaders who step up and resist.
Sponsor: The San Francisco Queer Resistance
6. Saturday 9:30am – 6:00pm, Frisco Resistance
Marina Green Drive (the West end)
We are Frisco Resistance, grassroots community members who are ready to action with amor!
Join us this Saturday, as we meet to march from the ILWU union building in Fisherman’s Wharf to Crissy Field. Together, in a courageous, peaceful, and powerful manner, Frisco Resistance will protest and rally to defeat hate and white supremacy.
Inspired by the historical San Francisco grassroots movements of “Amor for Alex Nieto” and “The Frisco Five,” we, Frisco Resistance, have joined to not only defeat an insidious enemy but to liberate ourselves and future generations from the shackles of systemic racist oppression. We represent the Frisco values of creativity, genius, tolerance, and sincerity. Even if you are not a native San Franciscan, we want you with us because the overall struggle is yours, mine, ours. We are a 21st century movement for the empowerment of all, including immigrants, people of color, our white allies, the LGBTQ community, the homeless, and all who embrace the true love of San Francisco.
For Saturday, August 26, the day of the march and demonstration, we will have custom t-shirts for people to wear. We also invite you to wear your San Francisco Giants, 49ers, and Warriors attire.
We view this as an adults only event so suggest no children attend.
Host: Ben Bac Sierra & Michael James Chapman Jr.
7. Saturday, 10:00am, The Bay Shuts Down White Supremacists
Marina Green Drive (West end)
The ANSWER Coalition along with the Party for Socialism and Liberation will be out in the streets at Crissy Field and at MLK Civic Center Park to tell the white supremacists groups that they aren’t welcome here or anywhere.
The ANSWER Coalition is proud to be a part of the Mission-based Frisco Resistance and encourages all to join the ILWU Lo. 10 action. “An injury to one is an injury to all!”
8. Saturday, 10:00am – 6:00pm, March Against Hate to Crissy Field
Marina Blvd. (between Scott & Fillmore Sts)
10:00am – march begins
LOOK FOR THE ILWU BANNER WHEN YOU ARRIVE**
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Local 10 (ILWU), who has a long history of fighting against racism, along with many other SF community groups and individuals who stand against white supremacy, misogyny and homophobia, will be marching from Longshoreman’s Hall to Crissy Field to protest the fascists, white supremacists and Nazis gathering there.
Join us, bring snacks/sheetcakes, bring noisemakers, bring signs! Remember signs with sticks are NOT allowed!
Please sign up for Bay Resistance’s text alert system to stay informed of real time updates – text RESIST to 41411
THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE THE EVENT
– Due to the nature of this event, plans may change very quickly, so we urge people to check this event page often, sign up for the Bay Resistance text system, and follow the directions of marshals and organizers at the event.
– Our biggest security goal is to keep the group large and together. Please come with a group of people you trust and keep an eye on one another. Stay with the group. We are safest when we are together.
– Come in comfortable clothing and bring everything you might need for the day but nothing unnecessary. Water, snacks, sun screen, and an extra layer are musts.
– WE DO NOT PLAN ON GETTING ARRESTED, but if you have kids, pets, or anything that might need your attention if you were to get arrested, coordinate with someone who is not going to the protest to get coverage and help if you can’t get home when you originally planned.
– Write down the number for the National Lawyer’s Guild, ideally in sharpie on your body somewhere. Call it if you see someone getting arrested or the police behaving badly. The number is 415-285-1011.
Host: San Francisco Against Hate
9. Saturday, 11:00am – 3:00pm, The Cutest Lil Counter Protest
San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers
100 J F Kennedy Dr.
We’re declaring a Hate-Free Zone in Golden Gate Park. This peaceful protest is for families and kids. Let’s smother hate with as much love and cuteness as possible!
Come in your most adorable outfit, bring snacks to share and your sassiest protest signs for our next generation of activists!
11am – Meet at the Conservatory of Flowers
11.30am – Cuties Parade kicks off
12noon – Group Photo in front of the DeYoung’s Summer of Love Wall
We’ll also be collecting donation pledges for the Southern Poverty Law Center.
See FB site for: Terms of Activity Participation, Liability and Waiver Statement:
10. Saturday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, Resist SF
Crissy Field Beach
Racism is evil. It must be eradicated from the face of the earth. We will not let fascist, racist, morally bankrupt degenerates invade our beautiful city and spew hate. The time for passive tolerance is over. It’s time to stand our ground. Its time to stand up. Its time to come out of comfort zones and speak with one united voice — and send a message that hate has no safe space in San Francisco!
We are not advocating violence or physical conflicts. We are advocating participants — young, old, brave, bold; show up in force, create signs and disrupt the agenda of the unwelcomed hate groups.
11. Saturday, 11:00am – 5:00pm, Aug 26 SF: We Refuse to Accept a Fascist America!
Little Marina Green
800 Marina Blvd. (See specific info below)
Meet 11AM at Old Mason St. and Yacht Rd (next to the corner of Baker St. and Marina Blvd), then march to Crissy Field.
Aug. 26-27 pro-Trump fascists rallying in SF and Berkeley… ENOUGH!
This can’t be allowed to go down, without massive overwhelming opposition. When fascism is on the march, and in power, it must be confronted, not ignored.
Sponsor: Refuse Fascism Bay Area
12. Saturday, 12Noon – 2:00pm, Come Together – Juanita MORE!’s Rally & March For Equality
Harvey Milk Plaza
2401 Market St.
This art, activism and love event is a benefit. To stand up and say#NoHateSF
donate here: http://nohatesf.org/
This rally and march for Equality is open to everyone who believes in diversity, inclusivity, and the power of a free and equal democracy.
In light of the tragic events in Charlottesville and the ongoing fascist rhetoric of President Trump, the citizens of San Francisco are summoned to show their commitment to Equal Rights for all.
Sponsors: Hosted by: Juanita More, Honey Mahogany, Edward Wright, Lito Sandoval,Don Romesburg, Ani Rivera, Mercedez Munro, Roma Roma, Alex U. Inn,Cecilia C Chung
, Roberto Ordenana, Elizabeth Lanyon & more.
Presented in partnership with Women’s March San Francisco
13. Saturday, 12Noon – 3:00pm, Come Together – Rally & March for Equality
Harvey Milk Plaza
2401 Market St.
Join us on Saturday August 26th for Juanita MORE!’s Come Together Rally & March for Equality, co-presented by Women’s March San Francisco.
We will start at 12 PM with a rally/speakers at Harvey Milk Plaza in the Castro, followed by a march down Market Street to Civic Center.
Sponsor: Women’s March San Francisco
14. Saturday, 12Noon – 5:00pm, Stand Indivisible with Heather Counter-Protest
On the green next to the Dynamo Donut coffee hut at 110 Yacht Rd (before you get to the St. Francisc Yacht Club)
We are gathering at 12pm; please arrive promptly
Please wear a purple arm band (Heather’s favorite color)
During the rally, we would like to stay together as our own contingent, but our event leaders will be coordinating with the leaders of other participating groups. The goal is for all groups to present a strong and united front and move together as safely as possible
Sponsor: Indivisible San Francisco
15. Saturday, 12:00Noon – 5:00pm, LovedUp Mobile Dance Rally
Start at noon at Dolores Park where we will dance it out for about an hour before walking to join the Come Together march coming from the Castro. Then its to Civic Center to join the party in progress there.
Organizers will have a portable FM radio station and will broadcast many dance anthems to dance to.
You, bring a FM radio boom box. Dress colorfully
16. Saturday, 12:00pm – 5:00pm, San Francisco Peacefully Unites Against White Nationalists
Beginning sometime between noon and 1pm at Civic Center Plaza – Kid Friendly – Performances – Politicians
the theme is PEACE MUSIC AND LAUGHTER – #NO2Hate
Cleve Jones Kate Kendell San Francisco Pride Women’s March San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Supervisor Jeff Sheehy Mark Farrell Mayor Edwin M. Lee SF Bar Owner Alliance San Francisco EntertainmentCommission The Midway Gallery & Artist Studios ACLU of Northern California Dawn Holliday Jocelyn Kane Dave Peterson BeBe Sweetbriar Juanita More Race Bannon Brian Kent Jenn Stokes Leah Jackson.
17. Saturday, 12:30pm – 6:00pm, Flowers Against Fascism
Ralston Memorial Statue at center of Maria Green
We will join the ILWU march when they come through
As white supremacists and neo-Nazis gather in our midst, we’ll tune into the love frequency again and meet their hatred with flowers for their hair. Bring all the cut flowers you can gather to Crissy Field to distribute among rally attendees. Flower crowns strongly encouraged!! Bring your instruments and sing along! Summertime will be a love-in there…
**If you are unable to attend but would still like to support this project, we will be announcing a florist partner who will be taking flower orders that we will pick up to distribute.
Sponsor: The People’s Campaign
18. Saturday, 1:00pm – 4:00pm, ICountering Hate! Counter Protest against Joey Gibson’s Patriot Prayer
610 Old Mason St.
Joey Gibson and his Patriot Prayer group who are often accompanied by White Supremacists are planning a Demonstration of White Power on 08/26 at Crissy Fields San Francisco
Host:San Francisco Marches Against Trump
19. Saturday, 1:00pm – 6:00pm, Bay Resistance Brigade Paddle Out
Crissy Field Center
1199 E Beach
Calling all SUP’ers, kayakers, boaters, sailors, surfers, and bay swimmers: we will be in the SF Bay by Crissy Field to show our resistance against white supremacy, neo-Nazism, fascism, and all forms of bigotry. Bring waterproof signs, horns, and your voice. Silence is consent!
20. Saturday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Together We Will STOP HATE! Heart Shaped Human Banner
Ocean Beach Stairwells 3-6
Meet at Ocean Beach near the Cliff House by 2pm
OCEAN BEACH — NOT CRISSY FIELD EVENT — FAMILY FRIENDLY
Please register at https://togetherwewillstophate.eventbrite.com/ so we can get a headcount!
Bring your body where your beliefs are and join us on Ocean Beach to create a human banner in a 100 foot heart designed by Brad Newsham. This will be a peaceful, family-friendly event countering the alt right rally on Crissy Field in a safe and positive way.
Please wear red or pink to create a cool effect, but if you don’t have it don’t let that stop you from coming out
We will organize into the shape of a heart and a helicopter will arrive to take photos at 3:30.
Co-Hosts: Gabriella Musacchia, Administrator for Together We Will San Francisco; Renee McKenna, Organizer for San Francisco Women’s March; Judy Tuan, Organizer at Tech Worker’s Coalition
21. Saturday, 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Calling All Clowns: Fascism is no laughing matter
Crissy Field Beach
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Crissy Field will be under heavy security. Some items, including balloons, will be banned, so please plan your costumes and props accordingly.
If you’d like to march into the field with a group, meet at the Marina Green at 10am or 1pm.
This is a call for a contingent of anti-racist, anti-fascist clowns to descend upon Crissy Field August 26th, 2017. We will mercilessly ridicule and laugh at any neo-nazis, white supremacists, or alt right trolls who dare show their face in San Francisco.
We have no leader here but we encourage you to join with your biting wit, your absurdity, your signs, your red noses, wigs, and other clowning accoutrements
* To provide a counter-point to the hatred of fascists and the “alt-right” by exposing them for the fools that they are with humor.
* To provide safety through distraction and disguise. We can be a buffer to draw attention and shield those most vulnerable and likely to be targetted by right wing extremists.
* To confront and mock fragile egos, garbage ideas, and the toxic, delicate form of masculinity endemic in the far right.
* To encourage new people to join action with creative resistance.
Sponsor: Resistance SF
22. Saturday, 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Trump Chicken Photobombs the Nazis
We’re renting a tug boat to inflate our 33-foot-tall Trump-lookalike Chicken on the water so that we can ruin the alt-right glamour shots of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Help us by donating: gofundme.com/chickenbargemayhem
Host: Trump Chicken
23. Saturday, 10:00am, Empathy Tent Pop-Up at SF and Berkeley Right – Left Rallies
Unclear where they will be setting up in SF
Offering free empathic listening, dialogue, empathy circles, circle facilitation training, conflict mediation, mediation training, de-escalation, arts and empathic design (human-centered design) project team building.
Host: Center for Building a Culture of Empathy and Compassion
What items are prohibited from being brought into Crissy Field (Zone 1 – see map) on August 26?
Info from https://www.nps.gov/goga/first-amendment-permits.htm#cancitiz
If you are making signs – see below what is allowed.
A. Aerosols / pressurized canisters
C. Animals other than working service animals
D. Any other items determined to be potential safety hazards
E. Backpacks and bags exceeding the size restriction of 18” by 14” by 7”
G. BBQ grills (propane tanks with any open flame)
J. Drones and other unmanned aircraft systems
L. Firearms (including licensed concealed carry firearms)
M. Gas Masks
N. Glass, thermal or metal containers
P. Laser pointers
Q. Liquids (other than water in factory-sealed, clear plastic bottles)
R. Mace / pepper spray
T. Pop up tents or canopies
U. Selfie sticks
W. Signs exceeding the size restriction of 24” by 36” (Signs will only be allowed if made of foam core, cardboard or paper)
Y. Supports for signs and placards including sticks of any material
Z. Sticks or bats of any nature composed of any material
AA. Toy or replica guns
BB. Wagons or carts that can be pulled
CC. Weapons of any kind
Note that all event attendees are subject to federal law.