Articles ~ Actions ~ Announcements, Tuesday, June 25 – Sunday, June 30 (from Adrienne Fong)

Am NOT back posting. Listed are a few actions.

There have been inquires if there will be a mass action around the immigration raids & camps around the border. I have not heard anything locally yet. Will post the info when it is available.

Please encourage groups you are involved in to post their events on Indybay:

Thank you to all who are posting there!

     Check Indybay for other events that might interest you. There are some important events coming up that are listed there


A. Three Children and a Woman Are Found Dead Along the Border in Texas  – June 24, 2019

B. Trump delays mass ICE raids until the July 4th holiday weekend – June 22, 2019

C. Ten Minutes to War  – June 21, 2019

  See Action # 1 and Announcement # 3

D. American Historical Amnesia Behind Pompeo’s Claim of ‘40 Years of Unprovoked Iranian Aggression’ – June 20, 2019

E. Supes short-circuit SFPD’s latest attempt to arm officers with Tasers – June 20, 2019


1, Demand Congress: IMMEDIATELY block unauthorized war with Iran


2. Shutdown the Trump administration’s concentration camps


   No matter the year, who is President, or what we call these places, we must end the practice of putting human beings in concentration camps.

 3. Support Justice for Timor- Leste #justice4Timor


4. Keep the war machine out of the Galapagos


   The government of Ecuador has recently agreed to allow the U.S. military to base aircraft and naval ships at one of the Galapagos Islands in violation of the Constitution of Ecuador, which both forbids any foreign military installations and provides the natural environment with the right to be protected.

The United States currently has over 1,000 military bases around the world which are a source of major environmental destruction.


Tuesday, June 25 – Sunday, June 30

Tuesday, June 25

1. Tuesday, 12:30pm – 1:30pm, Boycott Manny’s – Weekly protest!

16th & Valencia St. (outside)


From Black & Brown For Justice Peace and Equality / Mothers On The March Against Police Murders.

Why Are We Boycotting Manny’s?

The owner of Manny’s is occupying a place that the Latino community fought for! Residents of the Mission community have fought for many years to make sure that community organizations create venues/space that would benefit the black and brown community. We believe that this should be a cultural center for the youth of this area, especially at a time when so many are being displaced.

The owner of Manny’s also support the occupation of Palestine by a so-called Zionist state of Israel that is committing genocide of the Palestinian People. Zionist also are involved with training police in the US.

Join us, Stop the Displacement of Black and Brown People from the Mission, help us denounce Zionism and help STOP the GENOCIDE of the Palestinian People by the state of Israel.

2. Tuesday, 3:00pm – 6:00pm, Support homeless housing at Board of Supervisors

SF City Hall, Room 250

1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl


Opponents of the navigation center at Seawall Lot 330 have filed a lawsuit to stop the project. Come out to a Special Order 3pm hearing at the San Francisco Board of Supervisor to support!


Some residents, unwilling or unable to see the city add additional capacity needed to meet the needs of our unsheltered homeless population are organizing in opposition. 

Come join SoMa residents as well as members of YIMBY Action, Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club, United Democratic Club, San Francisco Housing Action Coalition & others in San Francisco in support of this proposal to build a 225 bed Navigation Center, one in a series of steps needed to slow the growth of our unsheltered homeless population and begin to turn the tide on a crisis that our city has ignored for far too long.

NOTE: Some of the supporting groups listed are in favor of ‘Building Luxury Housing’

Sponsors: YIMBY Action + 3 other groups


3. Tuesday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Emergency Speakout/Rally: No U.S. War on Iran! End the Sanctions Now!

24th & Mission St.

BART Plaza


The Trump administration has imposed deadly sanctions – an economic war – on Iran and is continuing to threaten a massive military attack. Despite reportedly pulling back from an attack on June 20, Trump has threatened “obliteration like you’ve never seen before.”

Join us to say NO to a new war in the Middle East!

Sponsor: ANSWER Coalition

Info:  or

4. Tuesday, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, Vallejo Families Return To City Council

555 Santa Clara St.


show up to demand justice in solidarity with the families of Mario Romero, Anton Barrett, Ronell Foster, Angel Ramos, Willie McCoy, and every other person murdered by Vallejo Police Department.There’s been a consistent pattern of needless violence and far too many pending cases against Vallejo PD, yet ZERO accountability — even for repeated offenders, like killer cops Ryan McMahon and David McLoughlin.

There have been reports of Vallejo police officers harassing family members who have spoken out. Cops shining their lights into their homes, following them down streets, pulling them over for no reason and even approaching them in nightclubs and other social settings with verbal threats to their physical safety if they don’t “back off.”

It’s gonna take ALL OF US joining in solidarity to tackle the corruption at hand.

Sponsors: Vallejo for Racial Justice + 3 Other groups


5. Tuesday, 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Deport ICE Richmond: No City Money For Deportation

Richmond City Council

440 Civic Center Plz.


Deport ICE folks – we need your help on June 25th in Richmond. After passing the nation’s first sanctuary contracting ordinance to make sanctuary status real by ending contracts with ICE data brokers, the City of Richmond is trying to weasel out of the law and extend their contract with Vigilant Solutions until 2022. It’s been postponed twice now, but June 25 will be the decision day.

Vigilant Solutions is in contract with ICE to provide access to billions of license plate reader scans to help immigration enforcement hunt and track undocumented people and their families, friends and associates. ACLU has documented 9,000 ICE agents with access to Vigilant’s LEARN database and 30,000 searches a month. Richmond City, while they have cut ICE off from their data, is still sending license plate scans with the real time location of city residents, workers and visitors to the Border Patrol and wants to give another $30,000 to a tech company making deportations happen. 

Please come down and help us stop it. We have somewhere between 1-3 council members who won’t vote for it. We need to get to 4. If you drive through Richmond, you’re affected.

Sponsors: Oakland Privacy + 5 Other groups


Wednesday, June 26

6. Wednesday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Building Alternatives to Police Emergency Response

St. Columba Catholic Church

6401 San Pablo Ave.


Agenda: 6pm Check-in & light refreshments
6:30 Presentation begins promptly
8pm Reception

For years, the Anti Police-Terror Project (and Critical Resistance) has been the leading voice demanding that Oakland be the vanguard in creating a model for mental health responders to be the first responders for mental health issues – and this was a central component of the Cat Brooks For Oakland campaign platform. The idea seems to be resonating and CouncilmemberKaplan ForOakland has called for a meeting to review a model that exists in Eugene, Oregon. 

We firmly believe that Oakland is a unique city and we need a unique model. And In fact, we are already in the process of working with mental health experts and security professionals to create one, but we are encouraging all of you to attend this meeting and express your support for further investigation into the creation of a model that works for Oakland.

The meeting features a presentation from CAHOOTS, a mobile crisis intervention team integrated into the public safety system in Eugene and Springfield, Oregon.

Sponsors: APTP and 5 Other groups


7. Wednesday, 6:15pm – 8:15pm, Comment party–STOP the proposed HUD rule!

Drake’s Dealership

2325 Broadway Auto Row


Join people across the county to speak out for health, housing, and immigrant rights! Your voice matters–we need everyone to write comments about the proposed HUD rule. Communities across the country are hosting letter writing parties. bring a charged laptop if you have one (but we will have a few set up if you don’t)

If you can’t make it, visit here to tailor and submit a comment by July 9!

As part of this administration’s racist, xenophobic rhetoric and policy proposals, on May 10, 2019, HUD published a proposed rule that would prohibit “mixed-status” immigrant families from living in public and other subsidized housing. Mixed-status families contain both members who are eligible and ineligible for housing assistance based on their immigration status. As a result of this proposal, 25,000 families, including 55,000 children, will be forced to either separate or face eviction and an increased risk of homelessness


Thursday, June 27

8. Thursday, 7:00pm – 9:30pm, Oakland Sing! A Benefit for POOR Magazine & Youth Spirit Artwork

First Congregational Church of Oakland

2501 Harrison St.


Tickets: $18 – $25

Oakland Sings! will bring together numerous Oakland-based vocal groups in a night of singing for social change! All proceeds benefit POOR Magazine and Youth Spirit Artworks, two arts and media based non-profit organizations who are intentionally and meaningfully serving low-income, homeless, and otherwise silenced and underserved communities.

Sponsors: WeSing Choir + 7 Other groups


Friday, June 28

9. Friday, 11:00am – 8:30pm, Trans March : Our Home, Our Sanctuary

Mission Dolores Park

19th Street & Dolores


11am-2pm: Youth & Elder Brunch (hosted by LYRIC & Openhouse)

-Resource Fair (sponsors & vendors)
-Family Area (hosted by Our Family Coalition)
-Transformation Booth (hosted by San Francisco Community Health Center)
-SEPHORA joins Trans March to provide make overs and more…

*3-6pm: Stage Performers & Speakers

The street march is approx. a 45 minute walk. Please come prepared for some San Francisco sun and fog.

*6-7:30pm: Street March

route will weave from Dolores Park to Market Street, then down Market Street to Taylor (6th St.), and turn onto Taylor towards Turk where we honor our Trans history and landmark of the Compton’s Cafeteria Riots and Vicki Mar Lane

*7:30pm: speakers at Turk & Taylor

Detail / Info:

10. Friday, 12Noon – 2:00pm,  Mothers on the March Against Police Murders – 149th Week!

Hall of Injustice

850 Bryant St.



All are invited to join us  to demand that District Attorney George Gascon charge police officers with murder. Stand with ALL families who have lost loved ones to police murders. Since Gascon has been the DA in San Francisco, he has not charged any police officers.

Calling for Justice for:

Joshua Smith, Kenneth Harding Jr., Peter Yin Woo, Steven Michael Young, Dennis Hughes , Pralith Prolouring, Dale Stuart Wilkerson, Alex Nieto, Giovany Contreras Sandoval, O’Shaine Evans, Matthew Hoffman, Amilcar Perez-Lopez, Alice Brown, Herbert Omar Benitez, Javier Lopez Garcia, Mario Woods, Luis Gόngora Pat, Jessica Nelson, Nicolas McWherter, Nicholas Flusche, Damian Murray, Keita O’Neil, Jesus Adolfo Delgado, Jehad Eid, and Derrick Gaines (killed by a police officer hired by SFPD)

The above named  all were killed by SFPD during DA Gascon’s reign – NOT ONE police officer has been charged! 

11. Friday, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, 5G Free Forum: Wireless “small” cells harm all cells!

Sports Basement – ground floor

2727 Milvia St.

South Berkeley

Power point presentation and panel discussion featuring health educator Sarah Aminoff, scientist Lloyd Morgan, and former attorney Kelley Hart, followed by audience discussion. 

Come learn why there is a movement to ban 5th Generation close proximity “small” cell wireless antennas near schools and residences. Oppose 5G to protect our local bird, pollinator, wildlife, and human populations. Stopping 5G wireless will not prevent the availability of wireless services, but will: 

• Protect privacy and security, 

• Reduce unsightly and hazardous industrial clutter in our neighborhoods, 

• Prevent 5G’s exorbitant energy use, 

• Minimize harmful health and environmental impacts from radiation, 

• Make cities more resilient when disaster strikes by preserving our reliable communication network, and 

• Defend local sovereignty and the public interest from Big Telecom greed. Do not fall for industry hype! 

Over twenty California cities have passed measures to restrict the 5G rollout. If Big Telecom plans proceed, 5G will adversely affect privacy, safety, property values, weather prediction, etc. There are far superior alternatives, cable and fiber optic, which are more reliable, more secure, faster, and more affordable.

Endorsed by Wireless Radiation Education & Defense (WiRED), Berkeley Citizens Action (BCA), Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Social Justice Committee.


Saturday June 29

12. Saturday 4:30pm – 5:30pm, Cops Out Of Dyke March!

Meet at:

Mission High School,  steps across from Dolores Park Tennis Court


Accessibility: Our meeting spaces is about 4 blocks from the 16th street Bart, there are sidewalks and curb-cuts the whole way, but there will be lots of people out.

Join us at Dyke March to send the message that cops — the state’s front line enforcers of racism, homophobia, transphobia and more — are not welcome! 

We’ll be meeting on the steps of Mission High, across from the Dolores Park tennis courts, at 4:30PM, in anticipation of the march which starts at 5pm.

Bring: signs, friends, dates and rage!

Cops are NOT dykes, cops are……

-Stealing homeless people’s tents on the streets of SF
-Shooting Black and Brown people
-Shooting queer and disabled folks
-Locking people up in ICE cages
-Torturing people in the SF jail
-Harassing sex workers in the Mission and the Tenderloin 
-Sexually harassing women in the back of their squad cars

Our action will meet on the side of the park, which will be loud and have thousands of people in it doing all kinds of things, including smoking.

Sponsor: Gay Shame


13. Saturday, 9:00pm – 1:00am, Gettin’ Down With Mother Brown’s – Beds for Bayview Benefit

Eli’s Mile High Club

3629 Martin Luther King Jr. Way


Food & Drinks sold by ELI’S MILE HIGH CLUB

We’re raising money to help with Mother Brown’s Beds for Bayview Campaign in SF

Vinyl DJ Sets By:
Dizzy Miss Lizzy & Maria Victoria (Black Rhythm Happening)
Miss Cherry Bomb (Nite Owl Sound Revue)
Abrilita (B-Side Brujas)

Learn more about the cause:


Sunday, June 30

San Francisco’s PRID PARADE

14. Sunday, 10:00am – 1:00pm, PRIDE 2019: March With Refuse Fascism

Meet at:

Steuart St, between Market & Mission St.


Be there no later than 10am parade starts promptly at 10:30am

Parade will go to Civic Center

Join in the San Francisco #RESIST! Contingent. 
50 Years After Stonewall: We Will Not Go Back! We Will Not Accept a Fascist America! In the name of Humanity, Trump and Pence Must Go!

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CALL for ‘Handmaids’ If you or any of your friends/family would be interested in dressing as a Handmaid for the parade let know by 6:00pm, Thursday, June 27th.

 Costumes will be loaned out for the parade.

We would be participating with the Refuse Fascism group as part of the larger RESIST Contingent.

The contingent follows Dykes on Bikes at the very beginning of the march!


15. Few other groups participating in the RESIST! Contingent (not all are listed) at the San Francisco PRIDE PARADE

  9:30am – Support Medicare for All

     Steuart St.  Between Mission & Market St.

      Contact Don B. at 415-810-5826 if you can help carry a banner for the parade or help with tabling

 10:00am – Bay Area Action Committee to Free Julian Assange

    Steuart St. Between Mission & Market St.

      Look for banner with graphics of Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning that says #Free Speech except war crimes

      Related signage welcomed.

 ANSWER Coalition / PSL

Freedom Socialist Party

    Contact for details: 415-864-1278 ·   

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