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S.F. to Settle Case of Amilcar Perez Lopez, Man Police Killed With Six Shots From Behind
Item #11, Wednesday, 3:30pm – 5:30pm, Noise Demo Against Racial Terror. Was originally scheduled for Tuesday – has been changed to Wednesday!
Monday, Jan. 22 – Thursday, Jan 25 (a few)
Monday, January 22
1. Monday, 5:30pm-6:30pm , SFPD Bayview Station OIS Meeting (weekly meeting)
SFPD Bayview Station, Community Room
201 Williams Ave.
Meeting being held on the SFPD killing of ‘ICKY’ on December 1, 2017
NOTICE REGARDING 1/22/18 Officer Involved Shooting MEETING: The January 22nd meeting, at 5:30 pm in the Bayview Station Community Room, will be hosted by Lt. Perdomo. Captain Ford, regrettably, will be unable to attend the due to scheduling conflicts.
1:40 PM – 18 Jan 2018
2. Monday, 5:45pm – 7:00pm, Solidarity with Immigrants
SF Federal Building
7th Street & Mission
Today’s budget deal will fund the government for a few weeks and #CHIP for six years. The Democrats caved on immigration, in return for a vague promise to take it up from an unreliable GOP leader Mitch McConnell. We must support the Dreamers, TPS recipients, and all of the 11 million undocumented.
Instead of #TrumpShutDown, we will run a show of solidarity projections. Come join us if you’d like.
Host: Resistance SF
3. Monday, 6:45pm – 9:00pm, OccupyForum: Steve Zeltzner on Privatization, capitalism , trade unions and the democrats.
215 Golden Gate Ave.
Info fr. Ruthie
Tuesday, January 23
4. Tuesday, 12Noon, #CleanDreamNow and full CHIP funding Speak-outs!
SF Senator Dianne Feinstein’s office
Congress is striking a temporary deal to end the shutdown. But we still do not have a long-term budget that funds children’s healthcare and community health clinics, protects 800,000 dreamers, and funds disaster relief.
5. Tuesday, 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Indigenous Peoples Day becoming official in San Francisco
SF City Hall, 2nd Floor
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl
San Francisco currently calls the second Monday in October columbus day. come and support the Board of Supervisors change the name of this day to Indigenous Peoples Day!
On Wed, The SF Rules Committee passed the legislation for the Full board of SUpervisors to look at this legislation. Come out and support to watch history happen!!!
there will be no public comment on the item but come out and support! Yeah lets have a holiday celebrate Indigenous Peoples and not a man who raped, killed, molested, caused geocide and paved the way for the slave trade in the americas!
6. Tuesday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Take Action in 2018: Immigration Talk + SF Election Event
SF Women’s Building
3543 18th St.
Join us for a talk with ACLU of Northern California’s Staff Attorney Vasudha Talla and Investigator Theodora Simon who will share their work on immigration rights. Also vote on the 2018 chapter board and recommit to political engagement in the new year.
Host: ACLU Northern California Chapter
6. Tuesday, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, Human Trafficking in SF: Documentary Screening and Expert Panel
Landmark’s Opera Plaza Cinema
601 Van Ness Ave.
Ticket info: https://act.polarisproject.org/page/17582/event/1
The documentary “Save My Seoul” delves into sex trafficking in Seoul, South Korea through interviews of traffickers, police, members of the general public, and sex trafficking survivors. The documentary exposes the realities of the global sex industry that enslaves women across the world as well as the cultural and structural realities that make certain populations more prone to being trafficked in Massage Parlors in the U.S.
– Eddie Byun, Executive Producer of Save My Seoul
– Minouche Kandel, Women’s Policy Director at San Francisco Department on the Status of Women
– Antoniette Flores, Senior Inspector at San Francisco Department of Public Health
– Cristy Dieterich, Newcomers Health Program Manager, SF Department of Public Health
Moderator: Rochelle Keyhan, Director of Disruption Strategies at Polaris
Host: HEAT Watch and Polaris
Wednesday, January 24
8. Wednesday, 10:00am, Fight the Hike: Rally against Tuition Increase
tuition is about to go up by hundreds of dollars again?! On Wednesday the unelected and unaccountable UC Regents are going to raise tuition despite increased state funding. As students, we say HELL NO! Come out to Sproul Plaza to show that students refuse to allow unnecessary and unfair tuition hikes!
Governor Jerry Brown and his fellow neoliberal democrats in the Legislature refuse to provide enough funding to make UC free. But the numbers show that’s NO EXCUSE for a tuition hike. The Governor’s proposed budget actually INCREASES UC and CSU funding by 3%, but the Regents are still demanding a tuition hike from students while they give exorbitant raises to top administrators and giving unequal subsidies to hate groups like the Berkeley College Republicans and their shell of a newsletter.
Hosts: cosponsored by the UC Berkeley Progressive Student Association (Bernie Sanders‘ Our Revolutiontion), CalSERVE – Cal Students for Equal Rights and a Valid Education Campus Mobilizers, UC Student-Workers Union – UAW Local 2865, Berkeley Citizens Action (BCA), Our Revolution – East Bay, CYD Progressive Caucus, and Jovanka Beckles for Assembly.
9. Wednesday, 1:00pm – 4:00pm, Fossil Fuel Divestment Vote for SF
1145 Market St., 6th Floor
It’s official. The San Francisco Retirement Board has posted a notice that they will hold a special meeting to consider fossil fuel divestment.
We need EVERYONE at the meeting to build maximum pressure on the Board and drive home the message that the public cares about this issue and hasn’t given up over their months/years of negligence and delay
***If you CANNOT attend (or just want to send a letter in addition to attending), please send a comment by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Address your comments to the Retirement Board, identify if you are a member of the pension system, and make clear you are in favor of full divestment from fossil fuels!***
Hosts: San Francisco Defund DAPL Coalition and Fossil Free SF
10. Wednesday, 3:30pm – 4:30pm, American Diplomacy in the Middle East
UC Hastings, Alumni Reception Center – 2nd Floor
Lecture in Memory of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens ’89: “American Diplomacy in the Middle East,” a conversation with Ambassador Ryan Crocker and Ambassador Anne Patterson. Moderated by UC Hastings Professor Joel Paul.
11. Wednesday, 3:30pm – 5:30pm, Noise Demo Against Racial Terror (DATE CHANGED)
Whole Foods Market (Oakland)
230 Bay Place
Whole Foods has been attacking folks of color within the past two years—going as far as attacking and racially profiling two black men, and a young, black teenager in recent reports. Their gentrifying organization must be held accountable for the threat they have posed to our community and it’s time that we make some noise to show resistance and intolerance to racial terror on any and all fronts.
Join us, next Wednesday (1/24) from 3:30-5:30 PM as we hold a noise demo in front of the store to demonstrate our intolerance for racism in our communities. Please bring any safe objects you have to make noise, signs, and bright spirits as we show up for the folks who were affected and targeted by this racist institution. It is imperative that we address racism on all fronts in our communities—especially in recent light of honoring King’s legacy and the path he has helped to pave with his work.
Direct all questions, comments, or concerns to: email@example.com
Host: Bay Area Youth Activisim (from Lucy)
12. Wednesday, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, PEACE VIGIL
One Post Street in San Francisco.
(on the steps facing Market Street, below Feinstein’s office,
directly above the Montgomery BART/Muni station).
If it rains we will meet below the stairs to BART/MUNI
Themes vary weekly on local, national and global issues
All are welcomed.
Fliers / Signage are provided.
13. Wednesday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, District 8 Crime and Public Safety Forum
1800 Market St.
The use of TASERS and the SF Police Association’s proposal for the June Ballot is bound to come up!
Join the SF Police Officers Association and local law enforcement leaders for a community conversation around crime in the neighborhood. This gathering will focus on an update for D8 (Castro/Glen Park/Noe Valley) residents.
This is one of the first of several crime and public safety forums that will be held throughout the city – one will be coming to your neighborhood soon! All of these forums are open to the public.
Sponsors: Supervisor Jeff Sheehy, Mount Olympus Neighborhood Association, Castro Merchants, Fairmount Heights Association, SF Council of District Merchants Association, Friends of Dolores Park Playground, Noe Valley Democratic Club, and Residents of Noe Valley Town Square.
14, Wednesday, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, The Business of Disaster
UC Berkeley, Gifford Room
221 Kroeber Hall
Colonial Shock Doctrine & the Fight for Health Justice in Post-Maria Puerto Rico.
The ongoing catastrophe following Hurricane Maria’s landfall on Puerto Rico in September has provided a stark reminder that disasters are never merely natural. As with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, historical inequalities have played a clear role in shaping the government’s response. The enduring colonial relationship between the United States and Puerto Rico and the market-driven nature of governmental relief efforts are both critical to understanding the current crisis. Please join the California Nurses Association (CNA)/National Nurses United (NNU) and the Berkeley Center for Social Medicine (BCSM) for a timely and urgent panel discussion with the following speakers to analyze these forces.
• Vincanne Adams is a Professor in the Joint UCSF/UC Berkeley Program in Medical Anthropology and the author of “Markets of Sorrow, Labors of Faith: New Orleans in the Wake of Katrina.”
• Cathy Kennedy is a Registered Nurse, Vice President of NNU and Secretary of CNA who led nurse teams in providing relief work in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
• Javier Arbona is Assistant Professor of American Studies and Design at UC Davis. He has published numerous articles about Puerto Rico, most recently “How not to discuss Puerto Rico.”
This event is part of a series entitled Social Medicine for Our Times: A Series of Public Talks on Health & Social Justice being organized by CNA/NNU and BCSM.
15. Wednesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Planning Meeting – Rally for Reproductive Justice
The Women’s Building
3543 18th St.
The Walk for Life — a mass march organized by sexist, right-wing, Christian fundamentalists — will take the streets of San Francisco on Saturday, January 27, 2018. They are building a movement to take away our right to have an abortion and to limit access to reproductive healthcare, contraception, and sex education. They oppose the basic rights of women and other oppressed people to bodily autonomy and self-determination.
Host: Bay Area for Reproductive Justice
16. Wednesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Fighting Back: Disability & the LGBTQ Community
The GLBT Historical Society
4127 18th St.
The latest in the GLBT Historical Society’s monthly “Fighting Back” series exploring contemporary queer issues in a historical context, “Disability and the LGBTQ Community” will offer a multigenerational conversation about relations and intersections between the LGBTQ and disability communities.
A panel of historians, veteran organizers and younger activists will discuss the history of challenges and successes related to disability awareness, discrimination and activism within the LGBTQ community and how this history can help inform today’s resistance movements.
Thursday, January 25
17. Thursday, 8:30am – 6:00pm, Solving Homelessness: A Community Workshop
Impact Hub San Francisco
1885 Mission St
Tickets $30. – sold out
a one-day symposium and workshop to explore bold and creative ideas to solve homelessness in the Bay Area. The day will include a panel discussion on the current state of homelessness, an analysis of homelessness reporting and testimonials by individuals experiencing homelessness. Solution ideas will be presented and explored through facilitated workshops.
Hosts: SF Public Press & Impact Hub
18. Thursday, 12Noon – 3:00pm, March for Mission St!. / Marcha por la Calle Misión!
Mission St. & 20th St.
March is to SF City Hall.
Mission Street is becoming a playground for the wealthy and is in danger of becoming another Valencia St. Join us in solidarity and march to City Hall and say NO to high-end restaurants, NO to luxury development, and NO to the red lanes! Protect our working-class family corridor and keep Mission St for La Misión!
Hosts: United to Save Mission St. & 3 other groups
19. Thursday, 4:00pm – 6:00pm, Stop the ICE raids! It’s up to us
This past week ICE has raided 7-11 stores across the country and arrested immigrant rights leaders. Now they are preparing for a major sweep in the Bay Area to deport more than “1,500 undocumented people,” and “conduct at-large arrests in local neighborhoods and at work sites.” Thousands of human beings torn from their lives and loved ones! And the Department of (in)Justice is even considering arresting and prosecuting mayors and other public officials responsible for Sanctuary policies. THIS MUST BE STOPPED! When you attack immigrants, you are attacking us all!
An open white supremacist regime in power demonizing and persecuting “undesirables,” targeting political opponents, stripping away democratic rights… this is the logic of fascism. History has taught us that this is a road that leads to horrors. Silence and inaction = complicity.
In the coming days and weeks we will carry out political, non-violent actions to prevent these attacks on our immigrant brothers and sisters as we call upon the entire country to stand with us in resistance.
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SAVE the DAT
Community Town Hall
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
A New Way to Stop Police Brutality
The Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist
1661 15th Street
(nr. 16th Street BART)
For too long, the San Francisco Police Officers Association (the police union) has taken hardline stances and used inflammatory tactics that destroy trust between residents and police. It has blocked or delayed common-sense reforms—like the city’s improved use-of-force policy—and has publicly attacked police accountability champions—including elected officials, prominent athletes like Colin Kaepernick, and its own police members. Unlike other unions focused on wages and benefits and reasonable working conditions for their employees, the SFPOA has used labor law to exert an enormous influence on public policy and public safety.
Right now, the SFPOA is negotiating a new labor agreement with the city. The city must not approve a new contract increasing police officer pay and benefits unless the SFPOA agrees to respect our values and increase public safety. The SFPOA shouldn’t be allowed to use its bargaining power to make San Francisco less safe.
We are a growing and diverse coalition of San Franciscans who care deeply about police accountability and community safety. We want to ensure the present negotiations of the SFPOA’s new labor contract reflects our values and our community’s need for safety. To influence these negotiations, we must act now before the contract is finalized by June 2018.
Host on FB: Faith in Action Bay Area