Updates: 2 cancelled events ~ 1 new event ~ 1 Action item (from Adrienne Fong)

Thank you to Samuel and Eddie for the notifications.


Monday, March 9th

Monday, 4:30pm, Rally & Hearing-Tell SF: No $ for Deportation Profiteers (CANCELLED)

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl.

Rally at 4:30 pm to Pack the Immigrants’ Rights Commission: Tell SF to Stop doing Business with ICE!

San Francisco is supposed to be a sanctuary city for immigrants, but it also gives sanctuary to corporations that have contracts with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

Corporations like Salesforce, Amazon, and Google profit from deportation and detention; yet City Hall continues to give them contracts while mouthing support for immigrants. Fortunately, the Immigrants’ Rights Commission is taking the first step to ending these contracts and has asked the City Controller to issue a report highlighting which companies that have City contracts continue to profit off detention and deportation.

Come join us as we highlight this Corporate Hall of Shame and demand that the City stop doing business with deportation and detention profiteers!

For more info, contact A.J. (415)710-1964

Hosts: A Day Without Immigrants and Democratic Socialist of America – SF

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1791361660997528/

Wednesday, March 11

Wednesday, Budget Town Hall Meeting With Mayor Breed (CANCELLED)

SF Main Library
100 Larkin St.


Space is limited so sign up for a free ticket to the event. You can submit budget questions here, or comments to the Mayor’s Budget Office here.

Join Mayor London Breed and other community leaders for a Citywide Budget Town Hall meeting to discuss the Mayor’s Office budget priorities for the next two years!

. It is a critical opportunity to voice our concerns about the state of public education in the City, where both CCSF and SFUSD are facing budget cuts and downsizing due to inadequate funding. Tell the Mayor that San Francisco deserves a fully-funded community college, and her budget priorities must reflect this need. Fully fund CCSF because these cuts won’t heal!

If you’re going please let AFT 2121 Organizer Athena Waid know (awaid@aft2121.org).

Info: From Save CCSF AFT2121


Monday, March 9

Monday, 7:00am – 3:00pm,  Come out and support AFSCME 3299 strikers at UC Hastings!

UC Hastings
200 McAllister St.

After nearly three years of fighting for a fair contract for UC Hastings workers and members of 3299 are embarking on an open-ended strike starting this Monday, March 9th. Similarly to the patient care, service, and K7 units, they’re fighting for a living wage, job security, and respect.

“Our members are devoted to our families and to the students we serve each day,” said Jeff Herrera, Library Operations Manager at UC Hastings. “But UC Hastings Administrators have refused to present workers with a fair wage offer—even though administrators forecast a strong financial position in the coming years and annual revenues consistently exceed expenses by millions of dollars. As a public institution, UC Hastings has a responsibility to provide its career workers with livable wages. Their substandard proposals have failed to meet this basic standard of respect and fairness, and that’s why our colleagues are prepared to strike.”

Our UC Hastings unit plays a vital role in supporting students and faculty.  They provide transcripts, help with IT issues, schedule classes, catalog library materials, handle administrative needs, and coordinate clinics and programs at the college.

Show your Solidarity
Call Dean Faigman (415) 565-4700
and demand a fair contract for our brothers & sisters at UC Hastings.

Info from Freedom Socialist Party

Tel. (415) 864-1278


INTERNATIONAL APPEAL – Stop 5G on Earth and in Space

  SIGN: https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/

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