UPDATES ~ ANNOUNCEMENTS, Thursday 12/28 – Monday 1/1 (from Adrienne Fong)

ACCESSIBILITY: Please include Accessibility Information on Events! This is a JUSTICE issue 

Check Indybay for other events: https://www.indybay.org/calendar/?page_id=12 


A. US troops in Afghanistan to ‘increase dramatically’ in 2018 – general (December 26, 2017)


B. We Broke Erica Garner’s Heart (December 28, 2017)


C. DOJ Blocks Obama-Era Directive To End Excessive Court Fines Against Poor People


D. Trump Administration Eases Nursing Home Fines in Victory for Industry (December 24, 2017)


E. What’s the matter with our FISH? (YouTube)



Thursday, December 28 – Monday, January 1

Thursday, December 28

Thursday, 4:00pm – Rally in Solidarity with Honduras

24th Street & Mission

A rally will be held by Bay Area Hondurans United Against the Honduras Dictatorship, to raise awareness and defend the victory of Salvador Nasralla, candidate of the Alliance Against the Dictatorship of Honduras.

On Dec. 22, the U.S. State Department recognized the re-election of Juan Orlando Hernández, despite the obvious fraud and massive protests throughout the country. Honduras was one of only 8 countries at the UN that voted to support Donald Trump’s declaring of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, an obvious quid pro quo.

The electoral fraud is so evident that even the Organization of American States, OAS, has called for new elections to be held.

For more information, call 415-499-2891, 858-205-0044, 925-705-3804, 209-371-9532, 415-994-3711. Visit FB: Alianza

 Hondureña USA NorCal 

Friday, December 29

Friday, 9:00am – 4:00pm, Art Solidarity Build with Dakota Resistance to KXL

Bridge Art Spaces
23 Maine Ave.

We will screen print, paint and rig flags to ship to water-climate protectors at Wiconi Un Tipi Camp, Wakpa Waste Camp, Brave Heart Society, and Dakota Rural Action to support of their work to stop the Keystone Pipe Line. These are the groups are working with the Promise to Protect.

We will be cutting fabric, screen printing, hand painting, and rigging. If anyone is up for sewing sleeves we could do that too. I am looking for a happily working sewing machine that someone can bring, lend or donate.

We will be working outside and with paints and inks, so dress appropriately.
Snacks and drinks to share welcome.


Friday, 12Noon – 2:00pm, Mothers on the March Against Police Murders

Hall of Justice
850 Bryant St.

Vigil every Friday on the steps of the Hall of Injustice. Demand DA George Gascon charge police officers with murder. 

Saturday, December 30 

Saturday, 12Noon – 3:00pm, 1st Annual Sage the Day in SF Bay

Meet at:

Pier 39

We will meet at The Pier 39 in San Francisco and walk towards Market Street for a 2 to 3 mile radius

Hear the call of Mother Earth! She as well as us are going through a shift and many things are changing. While this is going on we can help alleviate and rid ourselves by smudging.
The art of smudging is an ancient practice done by our ancestors to purify, cleanse, protect and transmute all the gunky gnarly toxic invisible but tangible energy that permeates our atmosphere.

join us for a fun filled day of smudging, drumming and fun! Bring your copal, sage, palo santo, all the medicine you want and join us so we can smudge the bay area!!



Saturday, 1:00pm – 4:00pm Lee Day Unity in Our Community 

Defremery Recreation Center
1651 Adeline St.

$10. Suggested donation 

In honor of Lee Weathersby III, LYO presents “Lee Day Unity in our Community”

Lee Day will be a day of unity, peace and empowerment. We will have a United Against Violence Panel, this will be a discussion about gun violence. The panel that will feature:
Oscar Grant Foundation, L’s Up Gunz Down Foundation, Christopher LaVell Jones Foundation, King David Respect for Life Inc., Alan Blueford Foundation, Reggina’s Dancing Angels.

We will also have dancers, spoken word, singers, praise dancers and more.

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1790358847931019/

Monday, January 1, 2018

Happy New Year!

Hoping for a YEAR of PEACE & JUSTICE – Globally

Monday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, SPEAK UP JUDGE Fairly

Fruitvale BART Station
3401 E. 12th Street

9th Annual Vigil for Oscar Grant gone but not forgotten
Join us in remembering Oscar’s life we will have , speakers, poets, spoken word, singers and dancers at this memorial rememberance day.

Host: Oscar Grant Foundation

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/357097881386819/

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