Articles ~ Actions ~ Events – Thurs. Aug. 1 – Tues. Aug. 6 ~ 30 Days of Action to Close the Camps (from Adrienne Fong)

Month of Momentum: 30 Days of Action to Close the Camps (ICE SF) are listed separately

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 postings.


A. Trump DOJ Guts Asylum Protections for Members of Families Threatened With Violence and Persecution – July 30, 2019

B. Supreme Court Order No ‘Big Victory’ For Trump’s Border Wall. The Fight Continues. – July 29, 2019

C. As Charles Koch Cultivates Anti-War Image, Koch Industries Profits from Defense Contracts – July 29, 2019

D. Brazil president threatens to jail journalist Glenn Greenwald  – July 29, 2019

E. Mauna Kea Protests Aren’t New. They’re Part of a Long Fight Against Colonialism. – July 27, 2019

   See Action #3 & Event # 10

F. Israeli house demolitions are the true crime — not BDS – July 26, 2019

G. Guatemala avoids Trump threats of sanctions with new migration deal


1. We Must Abolish the Death Penalty


2. Investigate border troop deployment NOW!


3. Halt the Construction of the TMT telescope on Mauna Kea, Island of Hawaii


4. Apple: Stop coddling China’s censorship machine



Thursday, August 1 – Tuesday, August 6

Thursday, August 1

1. Thursday, 11:00am – 12noon, Narcan Training

Coalition on Homelessness

468 Turk St.


In the midst of an overdose crisis, it’s extremely important to know how to administer NARCAN, an emergency medication for counteracting narcotic overdoses. Come get trained at the Coalition on Homelessness from 11am-12pm on August 1 to learn how to safely administer this life saving treatment. 

No experience required, all are welcome


2. Thursday, 4:00pm – 8:00pm, Final Pre Strike Protest: Against the logging of Mattole Forest

2 Folsom St.


Join us for the final internationally-coordinated Earthstrike protest before the general strike, on August 1st. If you live in the Bay Area and haven’t gotten involved with our Earthstrike chapter yet, come on down to learn more on how you can help out!

The Mattole Forest is one of the world’s largest contiguous redwood forests. Regardless of its environmental significance, the Fisher family, more well-known for their ownership of both GAP and Banana Republic, also have 440,000 acres of private property in the Mattole Forest, continue to profit off logging expeditions.

Despite strong opposition and protests against logging ventures in the Mattole Forest, the family still profits significantly through continued operations by the logging company.

The California State Government has done little to prevent the destruction of one of the most important environmental assets in the world. Scientists researching the impact the Mattole Forest, have even noted its massive capacity for absorbing carbon as a counterbalance to climate change for the region. Ignoring the Fisher family’s continued efforts to destroy the forest as a way to make another buck, former governor of California Jerry Brown appointed Robert Fisher, the president of the GAP brand, whos initiated much of the logging in Mattole forest, as the Vice Chair of the Sustainable Growth Council. The SGC is an organization that supposedly supports sustainable and environmental friendly models for communities. He still remains on the board of the SGC today,

The Fisher’s claim that their logging assets are examples of high levels of stewardship is completely untrue

Info:   or

3. Thursday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Art Build for Shellmound to Mauna Kea  (See item #10)

Bridge Storage an Art Space

23 Maine Avenue,


Call 510-253-9074 if you have trouble getting inside. Let’s make banner and signs for this action! Bring snacks to munch on!

4. Thursday, 6:30pm – 9:30pm, World Without Walls: An evening with Janna Jihad

Greenlining Institute

360 14th St.


Join us to hear from Janna Jihad Tamimi, 13 year-old Palestinian activist, one of the youngest accredited journalists in the world – and Ambassador of Shamsaan, a South African children’s rights organization. Janna will be joining us as part of her month-long speaking tour of the United States. 

The event is sponsored by World Without Walls coalition which is made up of: Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy, AROC: Arab Resource & Organizing Center, East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church, Friends of Sabeel North America (FOSNA), NorCal Friends of Sabeel, American Friends Service Committee, Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM), Jewish Voice for Peace – Bay Area, Middle East Children’s Alliance, Buena Vista United Methodist Church.


5. Thursday, 9:00pm – 10:30pm, Vigil for Democracy

Speaker Pelosi’s Office

90 7th St.


Alan Marling projects protest art onto the Federal Building, calling on Speaker Pelosi to Impeach! Fund Impeachment and Televise Impeachment.


Friday, August 2

6. Friday, 12Noon – 2:00pm,  Mothers on the March Against Police Murders – 155th  Week! (after this there will be a 2 week break after today)

Hall of Injustice

850 Bryant St.



All are invited to join us (Even if it’s for a few minutes) to demand that District Attorney George Gascon charge police officers with murder. Stand with ALL families who have lost loved ones to police murders. This is a movement towards police accountability. If we keep accepting the way things are, we’ll, never make any true progress that benefits the people. 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! 

Saturday, August 3

7. Saturday, 1:00pm – 5:00pm, San Francisco Educational Outreach for the 2020 Flotilla to Gaza

San Francisco & Sausalito

Join CODEPINK SF – Flotilla for Gaza Solidarity

RSVP Here:

1:00 pm: Meet at the Main Terminal behind the Ferry building at the foot of Market Street at The Embarcadero in San Francisco. Distribute flyers to people waiting for the ferry.

Catch the 1:25 pm ferry, arriving in Sausalito at 1:55. Distribute flyers and stand at the four corners (at least) of the ferry boat with five (3 x 5’) Palestinian Flags and two Pink PEACE flags (upper deck?). 

Enjoy Sausalito, photo ops with flags, signs, banners, 

At 3:00 we’ll hold a Vigil (four of us dressed in black with white masks and FREE GAZA letters).

Some of us will distribute flyers in Sausalito before boarding the 3:50 Ferry, and arrive in San Francisco at 4:20. If we have any flyers left, we’ll distribute them at the Ferry Building when we return.

we encourage participants, both individuals and organizations, to be creative in their attire and bring signs/props in support of GAZA and the 2020 Flotilla.

Participants can join us on the ferry one way, both ways, or on land at either end. See the Ferry Schedule here:

Info:   or

8. Saturday, 5:00pm – 7:00pm, Dis)Location: Black Exodus Launch Party and Community Gathering

Bayview Opera House

4705 3rd St.


The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project is proud and excited to announce and invite you to a launch party and community gathering to celebrate the print and online publication of (Dis)Location: Black Exodus, the culmination of several years’ work in the community. 

(Dis)location is a multi-platform publication and public workshop series centered around the issue of local housing justice. The first chapter, Black Exodus, builds upon the Anti-Eviction Mapping project’s commitment to centering communities as producers of social and historical knowledge. Activated by the unprecedented out-migration of Black San Franciscans from their historic neighborhoods, our aim with this project has been to foreground Black storytelling and art-making.

At the event we will present the print zine and interactive website, an accessible online portal combining our print and multimedia work. The zine highlights community oral histories and supplements them with maps, socio-historical context and art from local Black artists.


9. Saturday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Shellmound to Mauna Kea

Save the West Berkeley Shellmound

1900 4th St.


To show our solidarity and to honor our relationships with our Native Hawaiian relatives #MaunaKea. Bring your families and join us in prayer.

Ceremony to include:
Samantha Kaui Wright-Peralto and hālau
^ Traditional offerings by young leaders of Pacific Islander/Indigenous student organizations from UC Berkeley, Stanford University, Chabot College, Mi, San Francisco State University 
^ Offering from American Indian Community leader, Aurora Matominskiahki Mamea
^ Offering from Red Lightning Woman Power


Sunday, August 4

10. Sunday, 10:30am – 12:30am, Lies, and the Lying Liars Who Build Nuclear Weapons


6501 Telegraph Ave.


Sunday morning at the Marxist Library

As the annual Hiroshima Day Rally, March, and Nonviolent Action on August 6 in Livermore approaches, ICSS Member Eugene E Ruyle will present his slide show reviewing the sorry history of nuclear weapons and nuclear power, and David Walters of Socialist Organizer will present a contrarian view as a basis for informed discussion. Background reading: “On The Nuclear Disaster At Fukushima” (2011) at; and “Socialist Arguments for Nuclear Power,” in Climate and Capitalism (2011), at


11. Sunday, 11:00am – 3:00pm, Nonviolent Direct Action Training

Omni Commons

4799 Shattuck Ave.


Wheelchair accessible

(Facebook RSVP’s do not guarantee a spot. Please REGISTER in advance here:

This training will take participants through many of the strategies, tools and considerations of non-violent direct action, including power and privilege, de-escalation, blockades, legal, direct action organizing models, and the opportunity to form affinity groups. This training will be an important place to get plugged in for upcoming actions around the Climate Strike Week of Action beginning on September 20.

Please REGISTER in advance here:

Sponsor: Diablo Rising Tide


Tuesday, August 6

12. Tuesday, 8:00am – 11:00am, August 6 – Hiroshima Day – Action at Livermore Lab

Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab

Corner of Vasco Rd & Patterson Pass Rd.


Rally, March and Nonviolent Direct Action for Global Nuclear Disarmament. We will stand with the Hibakusha (A-bomb survivors) to say “Never Again” while addressing the current day U.S. nuclear weapons being developed at Livermore Lab.

You are invited to Livermore Lab on Hiroshima Day, Tuesday, August 6, 2019, to say “no” to nuclear weapons and war. Speakers include A-bomb survivor Nobu Hanaoka and whistleblower/author Daniel Ellsberg. More info at:

Hosts: August 6 Action at Livermore Lab + 5 Other groups

Info:  &

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Month of Momentum:

 30 Days of Action to Close the Camps (ICE SF)

A month of daily actions every day in August from Noon to 1pm

ICE – San Francisco

630 Sansome St




*Facebook only allows you to create an event for 14 days (that’s why the dates say Aug 1-14), but this action will take place ALL month.


Each daily action will be conducted by a different sector or community group. Actions are whatever a group would like, with their own specific message — it’s up to each group.

There are some FB sites set up by each group.

Am listing groups up through Tuesday, August 6, in this posting. See FB site for all listings / details. Some groups have also listed their event on Indybay

Thursday, August 1, Press Conference & Drummers

Friday, August 2, Women in Black

Saturday, August 3, Abolish ICE?

Sunday, August 4, Abolish ICE?

Monday, August 5, Climate & Environmental Justice/1000 Grandmothers for Future Generations

Tuesday, August 6, Bend the Arc

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