Articles ~ Actions ~ Update on Climate Actions (from Adrienne Fong)

The list of events are only of Climate Actions for specific dates. (Am not back posting)

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

   Thank you to all who are posting there! Check Indybay other events.

Climate action listed for San Francisco:

Friday 9/20,

Monday 9/23,

Wednesday 9/25,

Friday 9/27 (Chevron Headquarters – San Ramon)

Indybay listings for Climate Actions in: Arcata, Berkeley, El Cerrito, Mill Valley, Monterey, Palo Alto, Sacramento, Salinas, San Jose, San Ramon, Santa Cruz/Watsonville, Santa Rosa, Walnut Creek – dates vary for actions.


A. US drone strike kills at least 30 farm workers in Afghanistan – September 19, 2019

B. Disputing Trump Claims, Japan Says No Evidence Iran Was Behind Saudi Attack – September 18, 2019

C. SF School Reverses Field on Support For Day of Protest Participation – September 18, 2019

   See alert # 1. Heard from a teacher at Monday’s protest that the SFUSD has also been critical of schools, teachers, students that participated in Monday’s immigration actions.

D. US and Brazil Propose to Fight Amazon Deforestation with Development – September 18, 2019

E. Edward Snowden: Joe Biden Threatened Countries Not To Give Me Asylum – September 16, 2019

F. British Judge Jails Assange Indefinitely, Despite End of Sentence – September 15, 2019


1. SFUSD – Let San Francisco Students Participate in Youth Climate Action!

2. Tell Congress: Block Trump’s war with Iran

3. Demand Congress stop the deportation of veterans

September 20th, Friday

SF Bay Area Youth & Allies Climate Strike

See item #2 –for new info & request from youth that labor and adult contingents meet at Civic Center Plaza on 7th & 8th Streets on Market St.-

Note: Two other contingents will be meeting on 8th & Mission Streets – item #1 & #3

1. Friday, 9:30am – 2:00pm, Grandmothers Contingent Global Climate Strike March (New)

Meet at:

8th Street & Mission (corner)


Come join the1000 Grandmothers in marching with largest youth led demonstration in global history. We will March behind the youth as part of a diverse coalition supporting the Global Climate Strike. Co-conspirators welcome! Wear your T shirts, be ready to sing, chant and be part of our community with WECAN and other Woman climate justice marchers. We stand with young people and Future generations to work for life in a just and thriving world. More details coming soon!

Host: 1000 Grandmothers Bay Area


2. Friday, 10:00am, San Francisco Bay Area Youth And Allies Climate Strike (Youth Contingent!) – New info

Meet at:

SF Federal Building

90 7th St.


(Note: we are grateful for the unions and adults that have the back of the youth strikers..Labor and adult contingents will gather between 7th and 8th on Market at Civic Center Plaza)

Targets / March Route of today’s action:

10:00am – Nancy Pelosi , 90 7th St.

10:50am – Bank of America, 1 Powell St.

11:10am – Dianne Feinstein, McKession Plaza

11:25am – Amazon Go, 575 Market St.,Suite 150

11:50am – Black Rock, 400 Howard St.

12:20pm – PG&E, 77 Beale St.

12:30pm – ICE, 630 Sansome St.

 1:00pm – Embarcadero Plaza, Market & Stuart Sts.


We call for a youth-led climate strike march, going to different targets that are contributing to climate breakdown, leaving our mark to let these places know what we are fighting for. (While this is a youth-led event, adults are also welcome to come to support the youth!)

We will again start at the office of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and will connect targets in government, finance, and energy. For those that can’t join in person, we will be asking people to post on social media and tag our targets.

Targets of today’s action:

Host: Youth vs Apocalypse, Sunrise Movement Bay Area


3. Friday, 10:00am – 2:00pm, San Fran Global Climate Strike – Women for Climate Justice (New info)

Meet at:

Mission & 8th Street (corner) in front of Focaccia Market Bakery


The Women for Climate Justice Contingent will first meet at Focaccia Market Bakery on the corner of Mission and 8th Street at 10:00 am, then we will walk over to the Strike starting point at the San Francisco Federal Building.

Young people have woken up much of the world with their powerful Fridays for Future school strikes for the climate. As we deal with devastating climate breakdown and hurtle towards dangerous tipping points, young people are calling on millions of us across the planet to disrupt business as usual by joining the global climate strikes on September 20, just ahead of a UN emergency Climate Summit in New York.

Women, girls, and allies are invited to join a diverse coalition of women’s groups, climate justice organizations, and others – to organize and strike together, in solidarity, as part of the Global Climate Strike.

We heed the call and stand with young people worldwide whose very future is on the line. We will raise our voices with them to demonstrate women’s power to build just climate solutions – and take a stand for all future generations to live in a healthy, just, and thriving world.

Host: Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network


4. Friday, 10:30am – 12Noon, Climate Strike at AmazonGo/ Huelga Climatica en AmazonGo (New)

575 Market St.


Join us at AmazonGo, a stop on the Youth and Allies Climate Strike March as part of the global climate strike on September 20th. Come together with families and union members as we call on Amazon to stop profiting off expanded fossil fuel extraction, to stop supporting ICE and DHS raids on immigrant communities, and to treat their workers with respect.

10:30am- Art Making
11:15am- Main Program

Continue on with us as we join Youth vs. Apocalypse and other allies in marching to other bad climate actors

Amazon is a bad climate actor, seeking to profit off increased fossil fuel extraction even as our climate and ecosystems collapse. Amazon Web Services for Oil & Gas initiative is devoted to helping fossil fuel companies accelerate and expand oil and gas extraction. Amazon donates to climate-deniers including 68 members of congress in 2018 who voted against climate legislation 100% of the time…

Since April 2019, more than 8000 Amazon workers have demanded that their company develop a company-wide climate plan – to date, their appeal has been ignored.

Amazon provides essential technological infrastructure to DHS and ICE, enabling the Trump administration’s raids on immigrant communities and detentions in dangerous camps on the border. Amazon Web Services is Amazon’s cloud technology that mass hosts and stores information. The Department of Homeland Security, and ICE, use AWS cloud technology to store, sort, and share massive amounts of data to target immigrants, including through information provided states by residents for their drivers licenses.

Hosts: Jobs with Justice San Francisco, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Bay Area Families Solidarity Network


5. Friday, 1:00pm – 7:00pm, Resiliency Village

Sue Bierman Park


After the climate strike, come celebrate our future and learn how we can make our communities more sustainable, resilient, and regenerative. Let’s dance, plant, and create our livable future together!

The space will be open to the public, and we hope to empower participants to reimagine waste, space, food production, energy and community through hands-on engagement, skills training, and teach-ins.

Host: Sunrise Movement Bay Area


September 23, Monday

6. Wednesday, 7:00am – 10:00am, Swarming for the Global Climate Strikes! (New)

Union Square

333 Post St.


Come swarm downtown San Francisco with XRSF Bay

Swarming is a low-risk, high-impact action that is characteristic of XR. De-centralized “swarms” briefly stop traffic to cause POLITE disruption and hand out info to drivers about the climate crisis and upcoming actions. Please swarm with us!

We will meet in Union Square where there will be a welcome area and multiple training stations. Groups and individuals will have the option of being trained before heading out to swarm, so if you don’t have a group lined up already, come anyway!

September 23rd in Union Square: we will train groups then send them out.

Interested in learning more about the trainings or in helping the swarm on the day-of by providing training, on-foot support, or de-escalation? Contact Avir at

Hosts: Extinction Rebellion SF Bay Area, Climate Justice SF


7. Monday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, An Evening With Land & Water Protectors

Intertribal Friendship House

523 International Blvd


Free – donations for speakers appreciated

Join us for an evening of conversation with Anne White Hat, Cherri Foytlin & Mark Tilsen to hear firsthand accounts from years of Indigenous led resistance to pipelines. Come hear from three of the most effective organizers on Turtle Island about ongoing work fighting back against Energy Transfer Partners, community resiliency in the Gulf South and visions and plans for how to fight back. We will be touring with Mutual Aid Media’s film “L’eau Est La Vie From Standing Rock to the Swamp.” This tour is happening simultaneously to a wave of of climate action and we are looking forward to connecting and building with our west coast family during this important moment of movement building.

snacks available, feel free to bring finger foods to share

Hosts: Climate Justice SF and 8 Other groups

Info:  or

September 25, Wednesday

Strike for the Climate

8. Wednesday, 7:00am – 5:00pm, Strike for Climate Justice!

Montgomery & Market Sts.


We understand that the beautiful system of life that has supported humanity for hundreds of thousands of years is being destroyed by capitalism, greed, and misguided leadership. Most of our elected officials have been co-opted by corporate directors and do not act according to the will of the people. They have utilized vast sums of money to discredit concerned groups of citizens and confuse the public.

There are millions of children, Indigenous people, people of color, rural and urban frontline communities, and citizens rising up around the world to ensure a safe, healthy, and sustainable future for ourselves and generations to come. We invite everyone to join us during the Climate Strike in September.

In addition to actions during the rest of the week, on September 25th, we name those responsible for destroying life as we know it.

Other options on this day include creating 20 street murals, each one representing a part of the whole vision we have for an immediate transition to the resilient, sustainable, and safe world necessary for survival. Join us to dream, paint, and share how we move forward at this time.

On this day we will put on large display of the depth of our love and commitment to Mother Earth and all the generations to come!

If you’d like to get involved with organizing this action, please reach out to us here:

Hosts: Extinction Rebellion SF Bay Area + 8 Other groups


9. Wednesday, 7:00am – 5:00pm, Global Strike SF at the Brasilian Consulate! We <3 the Amazon! (New)

In front

300 Market St.


Please join Brasil Solidarity Network and hundreds of other people in the Bay Area as we shut down streets in San Francisco on September 25th where decision making about the harms to Mother Earth are being made.

We are declaring that WE LOVE THE AMAZON!

Look for the big trees and you’ll know you’re in the Amazon! In front of 300 Montgomery Street  there will be a mini Amazon. We will be painting a mural and an Amazon River to create our vision of the future for the Amazon.

We will be listening to the sounds of the Amazon. We will also be building an altar – you are welcome to bring something for it for example flowers, music etc.

We would like to invite you to come dressed or painted or whatever as your favorite Amazon animal or tree. Be creative!!

Hosts: Brasil Solidarity Network, Rainforest Action Network, Amazon Watch, Women’s Earth & Climate Action Network, DiRT, Idle No More SF Bay


September 27, Friday

10.  Friday, 9:00am – 12:00Noon, Climate Strike at Chevron

6001 Bollinger Canyon Road

San Ramon

Meet at the entrance of Chevron’s global headquarters for a vibrant, powerful action, demanding that Chevron’s CEO speak to the youth whose future is jeopardized because of Chevron’ drive for profit at the expense of our air, water and climate.

Join youth and allies on September 27th to protest Chevron, one of the world’s biggest polluters headquartered here in the Bay Area. Chevron knowingly pollutes the Richmond area, the Central Valley, the earth, and many other communities. Chevron is one of the top climate polluters in history – one of four fossil fuel companies that are the highest emitters of carbon since 1988 and one of the top 100 companies that are responsible for 71% of all global emissions. We will be demanding that Chevron gets off of fossil fuels by 2025 and that they stop using their influence to harm frontline communities and our future. We also demand that Governor Newsom hold Chevron accountable.

Hosts: Youth Vs. Apocalypse and Idle No More, Sunrise Movement Bay Area

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