Articles ~ Actions ~ Events, Saturday, August 31 – Thursday, September 5 (from Adrienne Fong)

Note: There will be one more listing this weekend or early next week of known upcoming events / actions. It will be the last one for a time unless there is an emergent mass action called.

FYI – Donald Trump is scheduled to be in SF for a fundraiser on Sept. 17th. Details are unknown. Will post it if there is a demo called.

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.

ACCESSIBILITY: Please include Accessibility Information on events! 

KiDS Friendly / Childcare: Include info


A. Pentagon Activates Space Command to Prepare for War in the Final Frontier  – August 29, 2019

B. Bill introduced to allow nuclear power to qualify as a renewable energy source – August 28, 2019

C. U.S. warship sails in disputed South China Sea amid trade tensions – August 28, 2019

D. Uncontacted tribes now threatened by Amazon fires  – August 28, 2019

E. Families shielded from deportations due to medical issues told to leave US in 33 days


1. GoFundMe: Don’t Let Killer Cops Profit


2. Tell Twitter: Dump White Supremacists


3. Denounce Trump robbing FEMA funds to lock more kids in cages



Saturday, August 30 – Thursday, September 5

Saturday, August 31

1. Saturday, 11:00am – 2:00pm, Rally With Danny Glover To Stop Gentrification & Stadium In Port

1034 66th Avenue


Community rally with Danny Glover to stop gentrification and privatization of the Howard Terminal in the Port of Oakland for A’s stadium. KEEP The Stadium At The Coliseum

Host: Pacifica Radio May Day Broadcast


2. Saturday, 12Noon – 1:00pm, Culmination: Month of Momentum 30 Days of ActiontoClosetheCamps

Immigration and Customs Enforcement

630 Sansome St.


After 30 days of daily protests outside ICE to close the camps, we invite EVERYONE to attend a culminating protest on Saturday, August 31 at Noon.

Music by:
•Emma’s Revolution –
•Diana Gameros –
•Betsy Rose & Bonnie Lockhart –
•La Peña Chorus (with Lichi Fuentes) –

•Maria Xiomara Dorsey, Idle No More
•Sandy Valenciano, California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance
•Frankie Free Ramos, Bay Area Boricuas
•Others TBA

And food


3. Saturday, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, Alternative Facts Screening & Panel

Berkeley Methodist United Church

1710 Carleton St.


Suggested Donation: $5.00

Nikkei Resisters presents ”ALTERNATIVE FACTS: The Lies of Executive Order 9066” –

a screening of this award-winning documentary detailing the fallacies and political motives that led to the incarceration of around 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II. Furthermore, the film draws various parallels to the current sociopolitical climate of fear, xenophobia, and abuses of power. 

After the screening, we will be facilitating a short panel discussion featuring the film’s director John Osaki and narrator Joseph Tsuboi. They will be joined by a Gala King, Faith Community Organizer for the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, who will be sharing and contributing to the discussion a parallel narrative to that of the film – bridging relevance and action to issues currently faced by immigrant communities.

Hosts: Nikkei Resisters & Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity


4. Saturday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Fascists March on Revolution Books…Again. We will not be intimidated! – Meeting

Revolution Books – Berkeley

2444 Durant Ave.


In the last couple years, a bunch of vile know-nothing pro-Trump fascists have repeatedly attacked Revolution Books and even threatened to burn it down! And now, once again this Sunday, Sept. 1, they’re marching on Revolution Books.

Come discuss: Why are the fascists attacking Revolution Books? Why are we not in the streets to 
STOP fascism and white supremacy? What can we learn from the people in Puerto Rico and Hong Kong? What is fascism, what is communism, and why are they completely opposed and worlds apart? 


5. Saturday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Movie & Dinner Fundraiser for the Sept. 16th Action

2969 Mission St. (nr. 24th St. BART)


Donation of $10 requested.

a dinner and film, the classic “El Norte” by Gregorio Nava.

This is a fundraiser for the Sept. 16 March and Rally
to demand “Free the Children!”
Call 415-821-6545 or send us a message on our Facebook page, “A Day With Out Immigrants SF.”

Host: A Day With Out Immigrants SF


Sunday, September 1

6. Sunday, 8:00am – 12Noon, Clean Up, Get Ready for Strike Art

Bridge Storage and ArtSpace

23 Maine Ave.


See item # 15

1.5 miles from Richmond BART, nice bike ride, but far to walk. If you need a ride from Richmond BART post a comment. If you are driving and can pick someone up please check comments and let’;s see if we can self-organize for public transit non-bikers.

Help get ready for a busy month of climate strike art builds; clean containers and brushes from recent street murals to prep for climate strike murals, and some general clean up to prepare for many climate strike art builds. 
And help make 200 gallons of clay paint!

Containers: We need donations of LOTS yogurt-type containers (w lids if you have them) and small buckets street murals, 
Towels to for use rags
Pop up shade structures for outdoor art building, they will get heavy use in Sept and beyond, so looking for donations from folks who may not need/use, rather than loans.


7. Sunday, 10:00am – 4:00pm, Fascists Out of Berkeley!

Meet at:

People’s Park – Berkeley

2556 Haste St.


We will rally there and march to Sproul Plaza at noon.

Join us to protest the normalization of white supremacy. We will gather on Sunday, September 1st at 10am at People’s Park in Berkeley to confront a rally of fascists in MLK JR. Civic Center Park. Food Not Bombs will prepare a vegetarian lunch and we will provide a manual wheelchair for use by people with disabilities.

Amber Cummings, a known fascist organizer is planning a rally, “No to Marxism in America” in Berkeley, CA It is critical that the people of the greater Bay Area show up to resist their hateful actions and rhetoric. The ideology and presence of fascist forces are on the rise not only in the United States but around the globe.

Domestically, the U.S. government is carrying out the imprisonment of tens of thousands of Latin American migrants and refugees at the southern border who are escaping war and terror in their countries created by the imperialist policies of the United States. In the Bay Area alone there are over 55,000 homeless people living on the streets. We will mobilize against the fascists and we will not forget the daily oppression of working people.

If you would like to co-sponsor this event or if you have an accessibility request, please email

Sponsor: Fascist Out of Berkeley

Info:   or

8. Sunday, 11:30am – 1:30pm, Fascists March on Revolution Books…Again. We Will Not Be Intimidated

Revolution Books – Berkeley

2444 Durant Ave.


In the last couple years, a bunch of pro-Trump fascists have repeatedly attacked Revolution Books and even threatened to burn it down! And now, once again this Sunday, Sept. 1, they’re marching on Revolution Books.

Come Sunday, starting at 11:30 a.m. to defend and stand with Revolution Books when this “No to Marxism” march comes by. Calling all poets, writers, authors: Come do a reading at the bookstore on Sunday!


9. Sunday, 4:00pm – 8:00pm, Santa Rita Jail Support

Meet outside at:

BART – Lake Merritt

800 Madison St.


Join us in offering hot food, drinks, snacks, and solidarity to releasees and visitors at Santa Rita Jail!

Let us know you’ll be there sending us a text at (510) 686-3284.

Prisons function to repress, warehouse and extract labor from primarily those of us who are Black or poor. We believe that solidarity is a weapon of resistance, and that we must respond to the basic needs of our community while also confronting state terror.

In honor of Dujuan Armstrong Jr. who entered Santa Rita Jail for a weekend sentence and never came home, we’re providing material support and direct care to folks at Santa Rita Jail as a small but meaningful way to address the harm caused by incarceration in our community. We do not positively engage with the racist pigs who work at the jail, as they are willing agents of the state that criminalizes and incarcerates us.

Sponsor: Anti Police – Terror Project


10. Sunday, 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Pre Jimmy Dore show #FreeAssange #FreeManning

Marines’ Memorial Theater

609 Sutter St.



The Marines’ Memorial Theatre does not have an elevator to the Balcony. For assistance with accessible seating, please contact City Box Office at (415) 392-4400.

Join us at the Jimmy Dore Show LIVE! We’ll be out front PRE-show at 6:30pm with signs and sign up list to #FreeAssangeNOW #FreeManning. Help educate the public on this issue vital to save jailed, innocent journalists’ lives.

After our pre-show event, Jimmy’s show starts at 7:30 and requires a ticket $15-


Jimmy Dore Show Live is an irreverent take on today’s headlines and hypocrites.

The Jimmy Dore Show can be seen on YouTube and heard on the Pacifica Radio Network powered by the people for the people.

Pre-show sponsor: Bay Action 2 Free Assange


Monday, September 2

11. Monday, 9:00am – 12Noon, SEIU UHW Labor Day Action/Rally

Mosswood Park

3612 Webster


“Corporate Healthcare is Making America Sick”

Following the 30-minute rally, workers will march to the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, 3600 Broadway in Oakland, where dozens of them are expected to engage in civil disobedience by blocking an intersection near the facility.

Kaiser Permanente is a “non-profit” healthcare corporation that has abandoned its mission to serve communities in favor of earning massive profits and enriching top executives. While those executives and the corporation’s bank account thrive, Kaiser is raising prices for patients, undermining quality healthcare, refusing to bargain in good faith, and attacking the frontline healthcare workers who have made it successful. Now Kaiser is just like any other for-profit corporate provider and part of the problem with healthcare in America. 

“We reject what Kaiser has become. Our fight is for quality healthcare and the good, middle-class jobs America needs. It’s time for Kaiser to get back on track and join us.”


12. Monday, 9:00am – 2:00pm, Oakland: Labor Day Rally for Healthcare Justice at Kaiser

3612 Webster


Thousands of SEIU-UHW members across the state are publicly rejecting Kaiser’s greed and hypocrisy this Labor Day — protesting against Kaiser’s unfair labor practices and demanding a new contract that protects our futures, families, and patients.

Kaiser is making record profits and gave the CEO a 60% raise to $16 million a year. But when it comes to us, the healthcare workers who help patients thrive, Kaiser is bargaining in bad faith and demanding unprecedented cuts in our next contract.

Hosts: seiu-uhw + 2 Other groups


13. Monday, 11:00am – 2:00pm, Bay Area Labor Day

Snow Park

1900 Harrison St.


Close to 20th Street BART – public transportation encouraged



We will also start our day at Mosswood Park – in support of SEIU-UHW’s action and then march the 1.4 miles from Mosswood to Snow Park (down Broadway, to 20th Street, and the Park).

Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and San Mateo Labor Councils are hosting this fun day in the Park, with music, activities for the kids, and entertainment for all – with a few powerful speakers to inspire the work we do! Join us!

We will have food available but you can also bring your own picnic – and, find a place on the recently renovated and beautiful park abutting Lake Merritt.


Tuesday, September 3

14. 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 and in other countries – like the Philippines

All are welcome to 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.

15. Tuesday, 4:00pm – 9:00pm, Climate Strike Art Build

Bridge Storage and ArtSpace

23 Maine Ave.


This first build will include making Climate Strike art to be shipped to the anti_Line 3 Pipeline movement in Minnesota.

We will make art for the Climate Strike mass actions on Sept 20-27, including the two major events: 
Youth Vs Apocalypse-led action in San Francisco on Fri Sept 20, 10am, Federal Building7th and Mission, SF

Strike for Climate Justice! Wed Sept 25, 7am-5pm: Mass nonviolent direct action and street murals

Wear Painting clothes. Some art building will be outdoors and in the sun, so bring sun protection and water. Snacks/drinks to share welcome. 
Sign up for ongoing Bay Area climate justice art build announcements: ART BUILDS FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE & A BETTER WORLD

Containers: We need donations of LOTS yogurt-type containers (w lids if you have them) and small buckets street murals, 
Towels to for use rags
Pop up shade structures for outdoor art building, they will get heavy use in Sept and beyond, so looking for donations from folks who may not need/use, rather than loans.

Host: Climate Justice SF


Wednesday, September 4

16. 6:00pm, Food Not Bombs

The food sharing at the 16th/Mission BART Plaza is on Wednesday.

We will have a Free Fresh Farm Stand every Wednesday at 6 PM. No home cooked meal this week

We always need volunteers.  More information here:

Please contact us at with any ideas or offers of additional cookhouses.

17. Wednesday, 6:00pm- 8:00pm, San Francisco Driscoll Boycott Global Day of Action

Whole Foods – Noe Valley

3950 24th Street


Join in solidarity with the San Quintin farm workers, with the Boycott Driscoll’s Global Day of Action.

San Francisco- Global Day of Action in Defense of Trade Union Rights in Mexico
Call For Actions Around The World Against Rockwell Automation & Driscolls
From Matamoros and Tecate to San Quintin:

– Stop the Firings of Union Organizers!

– Contracts with Independent Unions Now!

– Rehire All Fired Workers with Back Pay!
(additional picketing at Rockwell in San Jose Ca)

Help us encourage Whole Foods customers not to purchase Driscoll’s and Andrew & Williamson Berries and speak out against unfair labor practices! Help farm workers by using your consumer power!

Signs will be provided, but feel free to bring your own!

Sponsored in the US by San Francisco Labor Council, AFL-CIO; Sacramento Labor Council, AFL-CIO; LIUNA Local 270; Sacramento Chapter, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, AFL-CIO; and Binational Campaign Against “Free Trade,” Privatizations and Deportations;


18. Wednesday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Strike for Climate Justice Kick-off Organizing Meeting

Omni Commons

4799 Shattuck Ave.



This September, millions of people will take collective action to demand climate justice. In San Francisco, we’re organizing a mass non-violent direct action on September 25th to confront the corporations and governments responsible for this crisis.

Join us for the KICK-OFF MEETING on September 4th

Learn what’s planned in the Bay Area for Climate Strike week, and how to plug in and take powerful action at Wall St West!

Called for by Idle No More SF Bay, The Society of Fearless Grandmothers, Extinction Rebellion SF Bay, Diablo Rising Tide and the 1000 Grandmothers Bay Area.


19. Wednesday, 7:30pm – 10:00pm, Writers for Migrant Justice: San Francisco

Green Apple Books on the Park

1231 9th Ave.



Tickets / Donation:

Part of a nationwide campaign organized by writers Javier Zamora, Jan-Henry Gray, Anni Liu, and Christopher Soto, Writers for Migrant Justice is hosting a San Francisco reading featuring:

Chris Feliciano Arnold
Marcelo Hernandez Castillo
Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Tongo Eisen-Martin
Juliana Delgado Lopera
Maw Shein Win

Please come out to Green Apple Books on the Park (9th Ave. location) and/or donate at the link below to help us raise funds to post bail and provide ongoing support to detained migrants!


Thursday, September 5

20. Thursday, 12Noon – 2:00pm, SF March on Global Day of Action for the Amazon

Meet at:

Brazilian Consulate

300 Montgomery St.



At noon on Thursday September 5, – the Global Day of Action for The Amazon we will assemble at the Brazilian consulate in San Francisco to denounce the policies and practices of the Bolsonaro administration that have directly led to a massive increase in fires in the Amazon and on indigenous lands. We will stand in solidarity with the people of the Amazon and call for immediate action to put out the fires, protect indigenous lands and indigenous rights and END the illegal deforestation of the Amazon.

We will then march to the offices of BlackRock at 400 Howard street. to protest their financing of Amazon destruction.

Host: Amazon Watch


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