Articles ~ Actions ~ Events, Tuesday, Nov. 5 – Thursday, Nov. 7 (from Adrienne Fong)

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A. Julian Assange’s Extradition Process Is ‘A Charade’  – November 5, 2019

B. To Avoid World War III, Gorbachev Says All ‘Nuclear Weapons Must Be Destroyed’ – November 4, 2019

C. Indigenous leader killed by illegal loggers in the Amazon  – November 3, 2019

   See Action item #1

D. White House Halloween party had station for children to help ‘build the wall’ – November 2, 2019

E. In Sudan, Demands for Justice and Accountability Remain Unmet

F. Lost wages, lost homes, uncertainty for migrant vineyard workers after Kincade Fire – October 31, 2019–8#


1. Demand Justice for the Murder of Paulo Paulino Guajajara!


2. Support peace in South Sudan


3. Tell Amazon: Stop using automated quotas to work employees to death!


4. Tell AXA to Divest From Israeli War Crimes!



Tuesday, November 5 – Thursday, November 7

Tuesday, November 5

1. Tuesday, 7:00pm, Hayward City Council Meeting

Hayward City Hall
777 B Street (nr. Hayward BART)

update in regards to the Referral we requested back in June to have the city of Hayward do an independent investigation on all officer involved shootings that end in a fatality. The referral was on the basis that Augie’s case would be the first case if passed. It has been 5 months since this referral and yesterday the City Manager, City Attorney, new Police Chief, Mayor along with myself, our cousin Megan, Auntie Karla and our attorney sat down with them to discuss.

This coming Tuesday November 5th at 7pm This referral will be back on the agenda for the council to discuss. From the Information given to us, it looks like they will be suggesting that such cases will go straight to the attorney generals office for a separate investigation for not only criminal charges potentially, but for other disciplinary action, policy changes, training and more. They have suggested 3 different techniques but this is the one they have suggested.

please come out Tuesday and speak with us to the council to get them to approve this new policy. We are hoping this will help minimize the amount of OIS’s and help other families.

Justice For Augie!


Wednesday, November 6

2. Wednesday, 11:00am – 1:00pm, Tax the Rich San Francisco Press Conference

SF City Hall Steps
1 Dr. Carleton Goodlett Pl.

RSVP here:

Ignoring overwhelming opposition from the American people, Congress passed the GOP Tax Scam — giving massive tax breaks to millionaires and wealthy corporations at the expense of middle-class families. This was another injustice in a long line of tax policies that rigged our system to ensure the rich get RICHER while working families are left behind.

San Francisco is where wealth disparity gaps are harrowing in one of the wealthiest cities in the country.

Hosts: Tax March, San Francisco Living Wage, Indivisible East Bay


3. Wednesday, 4:30pm – 5:00pm, Support la Directora Claudia! Support BVHM! – Rally

24th & Mission Sts.

On Wednesday, October 30th, the BVHM school staff was informed by two representatives from the district office of SFUSD that our principal, Claudia DeLarios Morán has been removed indefinitely from her position. The staff was given no information as to why this is happening nor when she will return. We have no timeline or contact person for resolution of this issue.

We believe Ms. DeLarios Morán’s absence will cause direct harm to our community and students. Our community needs a leader at BVHM every day who can respond to student needs, support the staff, and keep systems running smoothly. BVHM staff is requesting that the parent and greater community support us by attending this rally and showing the strength behind Principal Claudia’s leadership.


4. Wednesday, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, The Indigenous Environmental Movement: A Conversation

Pier 15, Embarcadero at Green St.

With Mark Tilsen (Oglala Lakota), Isabella Zizi (Northern Cheyenne, Arikara, Muscogee) and Melinda Micco (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma)

Three Indigenous activists will speak to the role of indigenous peoples in protecting water, land and biodiversity in the face of environmental and moral hazards including fossil fuel extraction and climate change.

Hosts: Alcatraz Canoe Journey + 2 Other groups


5. Wednesday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Faith-Rooted Organizing: Ending Prison and ICE Collaboration

Bade Museum
Pacific School of Religion
1798 Scenic Ave.

In partnership with Pacific School of Religion and IM4HI, we’re hosting a free, interactive workshop. Learn about the faith-rooted organizing methodology and how it applies to the campaign to end the prison to immigration detention collaboration.

Hosts: Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity & PSR


6. Wednesday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, How Racism Shaped the Housing Crisis & What We Can Do About It

SPUR San Francisco
654 Mission St.

a keynote presentation and panel discussion featuring Richard Rothstein, author of the acclaimed book, “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America”; Noni Session, Executive Director of East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative; Chris Iglesias, Executive Director of Unity Council; Sarah Jo Szambelan, leader of SPUR’s place types research; and Neal Gorenflo, Executive Director of Shareable.


7. Wednesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Student Debate: Should UCB Build Housing on People’s Park?

Maude Fife Room
UC Berkeley
315 Wheeler Hall

The future of People’s Park has ignited heated arguments for decades. Can we talk about it reasonably and civilly?

To discover how, join us for a parliamentary-style debate chaired by April Lawson of BETTER ANGELS, hosted by BridgeUSA at Berkeley and ACTA.

LOCATION: Maude Fife Room, 315 Wheeler, University of California, Berkeley.

Students, faculty, staff, and the public are welcome to participate and experience the depolarizing, transformative power of a Better Angels debate. For info, email or message in the comments.

Hosts: American Council of Trustees & Alumni, Better Angels, Bridgeusa at Berkeley


Thursday, November 7

8. Thursday, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, Life After Genocide: When You’re Extinct, You Can Park Anywhere

Berkeley Public Library – West Branch
1125 University Ave

An Evening with L. Frank
L. Frank is a Native American activist, artist, cartoonist, dancer and humorist. Malcolm Margolin will introduce this dynamic artist as she talks about surviving the cultural genocide that tried, but utterly failed to destroy the rich Native American life of California.

A major figure in the movement for revitalization of California Indian culture, L will be introduced by Malcolm Margolin, author and founder and former publisher of Heyday Books; now founder and director of the new California Institute for Community, Art & Nature (California I CAN), an arts and culture organization based in Berkeley, California.

This event is presented in collaboration with the Berkeley Public Library, admission is free.


9. Thursday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, 12th Annual Edward Said Mural Celebration

San Francisco State University
Jack Adams Hall
1650 Holloway Terrance Level

Please join the General Union of Palestine Students in celebration of 12th Anniversary of the Edward Said Mural:

This is a free event. There will be food, live music, dabke, and panel discussion on the creation of the Edward Said Mural and the Right of Return.

The Edward Said Mural was made to honor Edward Said, a Palestinian professor and author who contributed monumentally to the study of Orientalism. The mural celebrates not just Edward Said but embodies Palestinian culture and history. That which we honor, have been passed on by our ancestors, and continue to teach. We celebrate the mural every year to honor the struggle of past GUPS members, to honor our community in San Francisco and the Bay Area, our resilient people back home, and all those who struggle for liberation from Palestine to Turtle Island.

This year’s theme is “We Will Return”. We chose this theme because the right of return is at the heart of the Palestinian struggle. Whether it’s in Gaza, or the West Bank, or in the diaspora we struggle for our return back to our homes. We hope to highlight why the right of the return is a cornerstone of the Palestinian struggle and connect it to the Great March of Return, the erasure of Handala and the key from the Edward Said mural, to ethnic cleansing and displacement.

Hosts: General Union of Palestinian Students & AMED Studies at SFSU


10. Thursday, 6:30pm – 8:00pm, Climate Change, Disability and the Politics of Survival

University of San Francisco
Fromm Hall, Maraschi Room
2497 Golden Gate Ave.

Annual Human Rights Lecture: “Climate Change, Disability and the Politics of Survival”

Georgetown Jewish studies professor Rabbi Julia Watts Belser delivers Swig Program’s annual Human Rights Lecture, looking at ancient Jewish texts from a framework of disability studies, queer theory and feminist climate ethics.

More information omkrollzeldin [at]


11. Thursday, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, Sex Worker Rights & Sex Trafficking Laws – Fighting for Justice, Ending Poverty, Racism and Criminalization

Unitarian Universalist Society of Sacramento

2425 Sierra Blvd.
 Sacramento, CA 95825


  Jessica Martinez, Helping Individual People Survive – Washington DC

  Kristen D’Angelo, Sex Worker Outreach Project – Sacramento

  Margaret Prescod, founder Black Coalition Fighting Black Serial Murders

  Rachel West, US PROStitues Collective

Moderated by: Maxine Doogan, Erotic Service Providers Legal Education & Research Project

 -What is the difference between and sex work? Why are the two often conflated?

 -What is the relationship between criminalization of sex workers and serial murders of Black woman in South Los Angeles and other parts of the country?

 -Trump’s FOSTA/SESTA Acts banning on-line advertising have undermined sex workers safety, driving more women to work under dangerous conditions.

12. Thursday, 7:30pm – 9:30pm, Aarong Glantz: Homewreckers

St. John’s Presbyterian Church
2727 College Ave

Advance tickets: $12: T: 800-838-3006 or independent bookstores, $15 door, benefits KPFA Radio 94.1FM

KPFA Radio 94.1 FM & The Center for Reporting with St. John’s Presbyterian Church present:

Homewreckers! How a Gang of Wall Street Kingpins, Hedge Fund Magnates, Crooked Banks, & Vulture Capitalists Suckered Millions Out of Their Homes & Demolished the American Dream

So many of us are living outdoors now. Thousands of our homes were stolen. How did this happen? Aaron Glantz knows. A former KPFA reporter who’s won a Peabody Award, been a Pulitzer Prize finalist, and written The War Comes Home.

Aaron exposes the high class rip-offs – among them, D.Trump and cronies, who often used taxpayer money to make fortunes off the working class and the middle class. Homewreckers! shows us the mad greed that harmed or ruined millions of us while further fattening the gluttonous few.


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