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A. SF Supes again reject Joe Marshall’s reappointment to Police Commission – July 10, 2018
B. Contra Costa severing contract for jailing immigration detainees in Richmond New!
C. Draymond Green refused to visit Donald Trump. But he visited the Israeli President and posed as a sniper for the cameras—that’s a problem. July 10, 2018
D. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy agreed to retire if Trump promised to replace him with Brett Kavanaugh – July 10, 2018
E. Which Politicians are Taking Money from Immigrant Detention Profiteers? – July 5, 2018
Call SF Chief of Police Bill Scott (See item #3)
Tel.: 415 – 837 – 7000
Tell him SFPD’s raid on the ICE BLOCKADE, on Monday, July 9, is unacceptable and demand that SFPD officers NOT be used to aid ICE!
See Indybay for Laborfest listings for month of July!
Tuesday, July 10
1. Tuesday, 7:00pm, Tacoccupy Tuesday
444 Washington St.
After BoS meeting.
Come rally in solidarity as we celebrate our first mass arrest! Bring the kids and a side dish to pass.
Wednesday, July 11
2. Wednesday, 3:00pm – 4:00pm, STOP Reopening Japan Nuclear Plants – Rally
275 Battery St. (nr. California)
Stop Reopening Japan Nuclear Plants Threatening Another Fukushima & Defend The Fukushima Children and Families
Despite the danger of another major earthquake in Japan the Abe government continues to push to reopen Japan’s nuclear power plants. Many of these plants are over 40 years old and increasingly dangerous. Even three past prime ministers are againt reopening these plants but the government and militarists not only want to open up the plants but develop nuclear weapons.
We urge all opponents of nuclear power and remilitarization of Japan and Asia to attend the rally and speak-out.
Sponsor: No Nukes Action Committee
3. Wednesday, 5:30pm, San Francisco Police Commission Meeting – Raise your voices about SFPD’s Raid on Occupy ICESF – BLOCKADE!
SF City Hall, Room 400 – 4th Floor
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl.
An opportunity to tell what happened / question etc. SFPD’s actions on July 9th regarding the ‘Occupy ICESF’ Blockade raid. SF Police Chief Bill Scott gives his oral report of SFPD’s actions. There is time after all the commission and those who sit at that table reports are given to give your comment. (Usually this will come early in the agenda – even though it isn’t listed)
You can even call out the names & badges of the officers that you witnessed using aggressive force.
4. Wednesday, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, Peace Vigil
One Post Street
(on the steps facing Market Street, below Feinstein’s office,
directly above the Montgomery BART/Muni station).
Look for the PEACE banner!
Themes vary each week on topics for PEACE & JUSTICE
Thursday, July 12
5. Thursday, 2:30pm – 6:00pm, Salesforce Party
Grand Hyatt Hotel
345 Stockton St.
Demand they STOP their contract with Customs and Border Patrol (CBP)!
6. Thursday, 3:00pm, Food Not Bombs –San Francisco
For information or to volunteer: send email to email@example.com.
Cookhouse: Station 40, 3030B 16th Street (between Mission and Julian).
Food Pickups: Help Needed!
Cooking: 3030B 16th Street–3:00 pm to 6:00 pm–Ring doorbell for entry–Help Needed!
Sharing: 16th and Mission BART Plaza — 6:00 pm–Help Needed!
Cleaning Up: 3030B 16th Street–after Cooking–6:00 pm – 8:00 pm–Help Needed!
7. Thursday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Keep PJ Home: Ending the Deportation Pipeline
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus
55 Columbus Ave.
Hear Borey ‘PJ’ Ai, a formerly incarcerated Cambodian refugee and one of the youngest people ever sentenced to life in prison, share his lived experience of the school to prison to deportation pipeline. PJ will be in conversation with his mother, Savun Yong, who fled Cambodia with her children only to be separated from her son for over 20 years in the United States.
Featured also will be the artwork of acclaimed illustrator Thi Bui, author of the award-winning illustrated memoir The Best We Could Do, who has been a critical ally in the fight for PJ’s freedom, as well as writing letters of support for PJ’s pardon and sharing information about AB 2845, an important piece of legislation that would increase transparency and accessibility in the pardon and commutation process in California.
Friday, July 13
8. Friday, 12Noon – 2:00pm, Mothers on the March Against Police Murders
Hall of Justice
850 Bryant St.
Please join us to demand that DA George Gascon charge police officers with murder! Stand with ALL the families that have been impacted by police murders.
9. Friday, 2:00pm – 3:00pm, Stop Deportations; Unite Families – Picket Outside ICE with UNITE HERE Local 2!
San Francisco ICE
630 Sansome St.
All are welcomed to stand with Local 2 members in Support of Immigrants and Against Deportations!
Saturday, July 14
10. Saturday, 10:00am – 12Noon, Families Belong Together!
Lake Merritt Pergola
We are joining in a circle of compassion and clarity to announce that FAMILIES BELONG TOGETHER! #endICE
Anti Police-Terror Project
Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice
SURJ – Oakland/Bay Area
The East Oakland Collective
Spectrum Queer Media
The Center for Political Education