Part 2 – Events for Tuesday, Aug. 4 – Sunday, Aug. 9 (from Adrienne Fong)

Part 2  – Events for August 4th – August 9th

List of other Bay Area Protests & Rallies


Tuesday, August 4 – Sunday, August 9

Tuesday, August 4

1. Tuesday, 4:00pm – 6:00pm (PT); 7:00pm – 9:00pm (ET), Stuart Schrader & Badges Without Borders, online with Carl Dix

Register online event:


Watch live:

Online talk with author of “BADGES WITHOUT BORDERS: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing.”

Join us for a provocative exchange between author Stuart Schrader and Carl Dix from Revolution Books. Schrader’s important book could not be more timely… against the backdrop of resistance to Trump’s deployment of Gestapo-like federal police forces to Portland to suppress the just uprising against white supremacy.

From the Cold War through today, the U.S. has quietly assisted dozens of regimes around the world in suppressing civil unrest and securing the conditions for the smooth operation of capitalism. Casting a new light on American empire, Badges Without Borders shows, for the first time, that the very same people charged with global counterinsurgency also militarized American policing at home.

“Schrader’s superb and finely written book shows beyond any doubt that US law enforcement deliberately policed its own citizens like the military did Cold War ‘enemies’ elsewhere… Everything from riot control to stop and frisk policing and the use of military-grade weapons in U.S. cities have their roots in national security policy. In this excellent work of history, the archives finally reveal just how right Baldwin was to call Harlem ‘occupied territory.'”
— Khalil Gibran Muhammad

Hosts: Revolution Books New York and Revolution Books Berkeley


2. Tuesday, 5:00pm – 7:30pm, What’s Wrong with Curtis Choy? Manilatown Commemorates the 1977 I-Hotel Eviction



A Community Screening of “The Fall of the I-Hotel” followed by an Artist Talk with Filmmaker Curtis Choy and Activist Poet Tony Robles

Curtis Choy is an independent producer and film worker contributing to numerous independent and PBS documentaries, commercials and feature films as a production sound mixer. He is the director of “Dupont Guy: The Schiz of Grant Avenue”, “The Fall of The I-Hotel” and “WWWFrankChin” His sound recording can be heard on “The Joy Luck Club”, “Better Luck Tomorrow”, and Academy Award winner “Breathing Lessons”.

Tony Robles, The People’s Poet, was born in San Francisco. He is the author of “Cool Don’t Live Here No More–A letter to San Francisco” and “Fingerprints of a Hunger Strike”. He is the Carl Sandburg Writer in Residence, 2020 and San Francisco Art Commission Individual Artist Grantee, 2019-2020. He currently lives in Western North Carolina and is working on his first novel, “Fillmore Flip”, a story based on his family in San Francisco’s Western Addition.

Hosts: Manilatown Heritage Foundation & Tony Robles


3. Tuesday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Community Meeting on Police Brutality and the George Floyd Protests Pt. 5

Willow Park

Willow & 14th St.


 In the past 2 months, cities in the U.S. and around the world have risen up in rebellion against white supremacist terror from the police following the despicable murder of George Floyd. Millions have taken to the streets despite strict shelter-in-place orders and they have been met with a violent response by the police. We have seen protesters beaten, tear gassed, tased, and even murdered as the state struggles to suppress this mass movement. But it is important to note that the protests are not solely a response to the murder of George Floyd. They represent a revolt against the general systematic slaughter of black people by police and against the white supremacist-capitalist state as a whole. 

The problem is that we have been here before. In the past, mass protests against police terror and the white supremacist-capitalist state have occurred, but after initial outrage and police crack downs, the excitement and activity of the protests subsides. 

We cannot afford to tail spontaneous movement after spontaneous movement. We need to organize for the long-term, which means doing much more than showing up to protests every time a black person is murdered by police or voting every two years

Reforms intended to quell police brutality are often not applied, ineffective, insufficient, or completely rolled back. If a long-term organized movement against white supremacist police terror is not sustained, then we will continue to see black people murdered  by the police.

Host: Revolutionary United Front

For details / demands:

4. Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm,(PT),  Don’t Get Got: A Community Self Defense and Know Your Rights Training


  You will receive a confirmation email regarding the webinar

Session Two of Defending Our Rights, Protecting Our Movements

Join us in an introductory training for organizers active in the recent uprisings. Learn how to prepare and protect yourself and your community on the street, at home, if arrestec, or if visited by Federal agents.

Panelists: Gemma Mirkinson, Laleh Behbehanian, Rola & Laura (ARC), Gaby Lopez and John Viola (Mass Demo, CD lawyers, and Leila Sayed –Taha (AROC)

Host: National Lawyers Guild

Wednesday, August 5

5. Wednesday, 8:00am – 3:00pm, Femme Z Live: Gender Equity Summit


Future Coalition’s Gender Equity Coalition will host Femme Z, a digital direct action and teach-in in which self-identifying women, non-binary, non-conforming, and femme activists can connect, learn, and act for change.

Femme identifying folx continue to face outrageous gender injustice to this day—women make up only 23.2% of the United States Congress, on average, Black women in the U.S. are paid 39% less than white men and 21% less than white women, the crisis of murdered and missing Indigenous women continues to plague our society, sexual harassment and assault permeate our schools & communities, the LGBTQ+GNC community still faces discrimination from employment to housing and everything in between—the list goes on.

Throughout the day, there will be opportunities to connect through community-building events, learn by listening to and interacting with an array of speakers on various issues, and act by becoming civically engaged. Sessions will include how to start a movement, organizing tactics for justice reform, and career development tips.

Host: Future Coalition’s Gender Equity Coalition

Info:  or

6. Wednesday, 11:00am – 12Noon, Email and Twitter Storm for Breonna Taylor!


Info for email / twitter:

We will be emailing and tweeting at Kentucky officials about why we demand #JusticeForBreonnaTaylor and we will be doing it together simultaneously to make the most significant impact as possible.

“Emailing – Templates make it easy for recipients to filter emails to their junk folder. When contacting Kentucky officials, find creative ways to demand the arrests and convictions of the LMPD officers, responsible for killing Breonna. Think of subject lines that would entice you, and messages that will evoke action.

Tweeting – Tweet. Tweet. Tweet. Then Tweet some more. Get your Twitter fingers ready, and let’s keep the conversation going about Breonna Taylor. She deserves it and her family and friends deserve it. When you’re tweeting, use the hashtags #ForBreonna and #JusticeForBreonnaTaylor”



7. Wednesday, 12Noon – 1:30pm, Voices from the Front Line: Health Care Workers & the Fight Against Covid


Link provided day of event

Tickets: $0 – $25

With states reopening around the country despite record levels of Covid-19 cases and a growing death toll as well as a national debate about whether public schools are safe to resume in-person classes this fall, it is clear that government officials don’t care about the human cost of this pandemic. Health care workers on the front lines of the crisis have been in the trenches, seen the devastation first hand and continue to organize against the inactions and callousness of the policy-makers.

Hear from front line nurses and health care workers about their battles in the hospitals and the nursing homes against Covid-19 and why the fight against this pandemic is intricately linked to the struggle for Black lives and for dignity and respect in the workplace.


Tammera Campbell is a radiologic technologist at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital in Sonoma County, California

Elizabeth Lalasz is a registered nurse at Stroger Hospital in Chicago, a steward with National Nurses United, and delegate to the upcoming 2020 California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee Convention. She contracted COVID-19 and then returned to work on a COVID-only unit that primarily served people incarcerated in Cook County Jail.

Ashley Payne is an Service Employees International Union Local 1021 member representing 900 County social services workers and a delegate to the Contra Costa County Central Labor Counci

Sarah Jaffe is the author of Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt and a Type Media Center reporting fellow and an independent journalist covering labor, economic justice, social movements, politics, gender, and pop culture. 

Host: Haymarket Books


8. Wednesday, 4:00pm – 5:00pm (PT); 7:00pm -8:00pm (ET), The Fight for Police-Free Schools – Lessons from the Past, New Directions For the Future



A conversation with leading organizers in the education justice movement to discuss how the last ten years of parent and youth organizing helped lay the foundation for the emergence of mass protests and the campaign for police free schools and where the movement is going.

The organizers have also written about their experiences on the front lines of the battle for educational justice in America in “Lift Us Up, Don’t Push Us Out!”: Voices from the Front Lines of the Educational Justice Movement.


Moderated by:

9. Wednesday, 4:00pm – 5:00pm(PT); 7:00pm – 8:00pm (ET), Voices on the Forefront: Youth Climate Activist and the Fight to Protect the Arctic



Panelists Jody Potts, Quannah Potts and Maia Wikler will share their experiences as advocates at the intersection of the climate crisis, human rights and the fight to protect the Arctic Refuge. Participants will hear how the climate crisis is impacting Alaska’s people, lands and waters, and the ongoing efforts to raise awareness and action.

Jody Potts: Han Gwich’in, an enrolled tribal member of the Native Village of Eagle. Jody serves as the regional director for Native Movement and is on the board of Alaska Wilderness League.

Quannah Chasing Horse Potts: Han Gwich’in and Oglala Lakota. Quannah hunts caribou and fishes for salmon in the summer, giving her a strong connection to her people’s Indigenous lands and way of life. She has shared her experiences directly with lawmakers when advocating for Arctic Refuge protections in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere.

Maia Wikler: Filmmaker, writer and climate justice activist, Maia has reported and spoken on the climate and human rights crisis in the Arctic. She is directing a short documentary film on the women leading the fight to protect the Arctic Refuge.

Host: Alaska Wilderness League

Thursday, August 6

75th Anniversary of the U.S. Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima

10. Thursday, 8:00am – 9:30am(PT),  75th Anniversary of U.S. Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima

Participate virtually:

Livermore rally:    

  Link will go live before 8:00am

The Livermore rally program will kick off two days of nationally broadcast, virtual programming on this historic 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing.

Rally speakers include historian Gar Alperovitz, Pentagon planner and whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, and Nagasaki A-bomb survivor Rev. Nobuaki Hanaoka. There will be video footage and an up to the minute report at the gates of the Livermore nuclear weapons lab, music from the peace and justice movement, a sing along with Betsy Rose, and more

The Livermore rally is part of an unprecedented national broadcast. Running on August 6 and 9, national coverage is organized by more than 160 organizations working together through the Hiroshima Nagasaki 75 collaboration. The organizers of the Livermore rally are part of this coalition. Find out more at:

On the Historic 75th Anniversary of the U.S. Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we are joining the survivors to abolish nuclear weapons.

We live in a time of growing nuclear peril. This year the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ iconic Doomsday Clock, designed in 1947 to show the risk of existential nuclear danger, was moved to 100 seconds to midnight. This is the closest to annihilation that it has ever been set.

Moreover, less than a month ago, on the anniversary of the Trinity Nuclear Test, President Trump declared, “In order to continue protecting America’s vital security interests, I have directed my Administration to revitalize and modernize America’s nuclear security complex…

Livermore Lab is central to the escalating the nuclear dangers we face. Eighty-eight percent of the funds for Livermore Lab in the coming year are slated for nuclear weapons activities. Less than two percent of the budget is allocated for civilian science.


11. Thursday, 8:00am – 8:00pm, #stillhere: 75th Commemoration of the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima & Nagasaki

Thursday, August 6, 2020 @ 8 AM PT (11 am ET)

Sunday, August 9, 2020 @ 11 AM PT ( 2 pm ET)


#stillhere Coalition is excited to host a national livestream event Commemorating the
75th anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. We are a group of organizations and individuals working together to mark the anniversaries of the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the Trinity nuclear test.

Seventy-five years after the first nuclear weapons were used, the weapons are #stillhere.
So are the survivors. As the only country to use nuclear weapons in conflict, the United States has a moral obligation to lead the world in ending this menace and restoring communities impacted by nuclear weapons.

Join us here to watch the livestream on the 75th anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. We’ll be sharing highlights from local events nationwide, stories from survivors, and a look toward the future of a world free from nuclear threats.


12. Thursday, 9:00am (PT); 12Noon (ET), Big Oil’s Political Prisoner Steven Donziger Under House Arrest for One Year

Webinar: Judicial Corruption in the U.S.

Webinar registration:

Join activist leaders and artists sharing the untold story of a critical threat to free speech and justice in the United States. Human Rights Attorney Steven Donziger, who beat Chevron for polluting the Ecuadorian Amazon, has been under house arrest for one YEAR! We will be announcing a NEW action that activists can take to help build the movement against this injustice.

The host, Amazon Watch’s Associate Director Paul Paz y Miño, will be joined by:

Human Rights Lawyer, Steven Donziger
Activist and Artist, Roger Waters
Executive Director of the Civil Liberties Defense Center, Lauren Regan
Global Witness Founder, Simon Taylor

For more information contact, .

Host: Amazon Watch

13. Thursday, 10:00am – 11:30am,The Death Penalty: They Myth of Public Safety



Addressing the myths of public safety and deterrence,  District Attorneys Beth McCann and Chesa Boudin will explain why they reject the death penalty in their jurisdictions. 

 Join us and learn why, in increasing numbers, District Attorneys across the country are taking a stand against the death penalty.

Host: Death Penalty Focus

Info email:

14. Thursday, 6:00pm, Coalition Meetings: Slash SFPD’s Stash!

Online meeting.
To register:

Join with community members and activists in the Slash SFPD’s Stash coalition, which is calling on the San Francisco city government to make major cuts to the police budget.

By decreasing the cops’ allotment by half or more, the racist practices of the police can be reined in. Funds should be re-directed to provide jobs, training programs, housing, education and healthcare, including mental health and nutrition programs to the city’s most underserved communities.

All are welcome. Come share your ideas for making police defunding a reality.

Hosts: Slash SFPD’s Stash, New Valencia Hall, Freedom Socialist Party-Bay Area


15. Thursday, 5:00pm – 6:00p, J4BL – Virtual Press Conference on the 1 year Anniversary of Brandon Lee’s shooting

Online Event (virtual press conference)

Join the Justice 4 Brandon Lee Coalition, SFSU Community, Bayan USA, ICHRP-US, & SFCHRP for this online event to commemorate the 1 year anniversary of the attempted assassination of Brandon Lee, a journalist, environmentalist, and indigenous rights activist originally from San Francisco who was shot in the Ifugao province in the Philippines last August for his work. His perpetrators are still at large and justice has yet to be served. 

Lee’s story gained local, national, and international attention and was successful in raising public awareness around attacks against peasant communities, the killing of the poor under the guise of President Duterte’s “drug war”, and the plight of those who stand up to fascism in the Philippines, including journalists and environmentalists like Lee. Fortunately, Lee was able to be airlifted to San Francisco last October and Lee will provide an update to his recovery and campaign for justice.

You can watch this masterfully done video by Kapwa Kollective detailing what happened to Brandon Lee in his words.

Those who are interested in donating to the second phase of Lee’s campaign can do so through Venmo @SFCHRP or through Gofundme at  Funds will go towards his ongoing recovery and housing needs

Host: SF Committee on Human Rights in the Philippines + 2 Other groups


16. Thursday, 5:00pm (PT); 7:00pm (ET), War on the Working Class: A Socialist Response


Tens of millions are unemployed without a livable income, facing eviction, hungry, losing their healthcare, and struggling to survive amidst a raging pandemic. The unbearable conditions of this period have made it clear, the capitalists have declared war on the working class. Especially for Black, Brown and Indigenous workers, migrants, incarcerated workers, people with disabilities, young and older workers, houseless workers and more, the capitalists are using this crisis to find new ways to deepen exploitation.

This impact of the pandemic and the following economic crisis are entirely a product of capitalism – of putting the needs of profit before the needs of human life and the planet

Speakers to be announced

Host: Workers World Party

Friday, August 7

17. Friday, 12Noon, Black Lives Matter – Vehicular Hands Around Lake Merritt, Oakland

Get in your car and join MAAFA SF Bay Area and Wanda’s Picks in a Vehicular Hands Around Lake Merritt, 1st & 3rd Fridays at 12 p.m.

Make signs with SIMPLE MESSAGING. BE CREATIVE. IF you are directly impacted by police violence, list your names. Also list the names of Bay Area citizens & others killed by police.
Bay Area:


Put the name of organizations you are affiliated with on your car signs so bystanders can join the movement. We will have a soundtrack. We will make one revolution starting at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, we will creep around the Lake slowing traffic (5 miles an hour). For information call Ms. Sabir, 510-255-5579 or email:

Host: MAAFA Commemoration SF Bay Area


18 Friday, 1:00pm – 2:00pm, Demand the San Francisco Police Officers Association Be Shut Down

San Francisco Police Officers Association
800 Bryant Street
6thStreet & Bryant
San Francisco

Wear masks; practice social distancing

Mothers on the March Demand the San Francisco Police Officers Association Be Shut Down and Be Declared a Non Grata Organization

Every Friday

19. Friday, 3:30pm – 5:00pm (PT); 6:30pm – 8:00pm (ET), Hiroshima and Nagasaki Remembered

Online Event

Every year, all over the world, people gather to remember the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. On the seventy-fifth anniversary of those bombings, gather with American and international peace groups, for a live streaming remembrance hosted by Kevin Martin, President of Peace Action, the ceremony will be led by Reverend Elizabeth Theoharis co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, and will feature Masako Wada, who was a young girl in Nagasaki and survived the bombing, she is now the Assistant Secretary General of Nihon Hidankyo, the Japanese organization of survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Hosts: Poor Peoples Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival, IPB, International Peace Bureau + 10 Other groups


20. Friday, 5:30pm – 7:30pm, What’s Happening with Ethnic Studies in CA?


An analysis of the CA Dept of Education revisions to the Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum from the perspectives of founders, experts, and writers.

Moderated by AROC: Arab Resource & Organizing Center and hosted by the Save Arab American Studies Coalition

-Aimee Riechel – SFUSD Curriculum & Instruction specialist
-Nesbit Crutchfield – Director of the Bay Area Venceramos Brigade, Veteran of the 1968 Black Student Union Student Strike
-Theresa Montaño – Professor, CSUN Chicana/o Studies, CFA caucus chair
-Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, Ph.D. – Professor of Asian American Studies/College of Ethnic Studies
-Samia Shoman – Manager of English Learner & Compliance Programs at San Mateo School District.


21. Friday, 6:30pm – 8:00pm (ET), Hiroshima and Nagasaki Remembered

Online Event

Every year, all over the world, people gather to remember the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. On the seventy-fifth anniversary of those bombings, gather with American and international peace groups, for a live streaming remembrance hosted by Kevin Martin, President of Peace Action, the ceremony will be led by Reverend Elizabeth Theoharis co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, and will feature Masako Wada, who was a young girl in Nagasaki and survived the bombing, she is now the Assistant Secretary General of Nihon Hidankyo, the Japanese organization of survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Hosts: NH Peace Action, AFSC + 10 Other groups


Saturday, August 8

22. Saturday, 11:00am – 12:00pm, Indigenous Women Activists During & After the Protest Occupation of Alcatraz Island

Livestream on YouTube:

Original occupier Dr. LaNada War Jack, member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, scholar, educator, author and leader will moderate a discussion around the role of Indigenous women during and after the Indians of All Tribes protest occupation of Alcatraz Island (1969-1971).

Women played a key role in organizing and maintaining the protest occupation of Alcatraz Island yet their story is often overlooked. This panel will explore the role of women in the indigenous rights movement from the occupation to the present. 

Panelist: Geneva Seaboy, Morning Star Gali, Nanette Bradley Deetz and more.

ABOUT: Dr. LaNada War Jack

Dr. LaNada War Jack is a member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes where she lives on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho. In January of 1968 she was the first Native American student enrolled at the University of California at Berkeley and graduated with honors in an Independent Major of Native American Law & Politics. While attending UC Berkeley,
Dr. War Jack participated as the first Native American component of the first Ethnic Studies Program in the UC statewide effort in establishing Native American Studies, African American Studies, Chicano Studies and Asian Studies. She is the author of “Native Resistance An Intergenerational Fight for Survival and Life”.


23. Saturday, 12Noon – 2:00pm, Shut Down California’s Concentration Camps: Statewide Day of Action for Immigrant Justice (SF)

Meet at Justin Herman Plz.

1 Market St.


March to SF ICE

630 Sansome St.


wear a mask and practice physical distancing of at least 6 feet during the action.

Shut Down California’s Concentration Camps: Abolish ICE!


To save lives, Gov. Newsom and AG Becerra must immediately end ALL California cooperation with ICE. We demand that Gov. Newsom support the demands of detained immigrants, who are organizing across California, and community organizations:

1. Stop all transfers from California prisons and jails to ICE detention
2. Stop all expansion of detention centers in our state
3. Lead an independent investigation and hold detention centers accountable for putting lives at risk during the pandemic.

At the federal level, we are also fighting to Abolish ICE, Close the Camps and #FreeThemAll: ICE must release all detained people, starting with the most vulnerable to COVID. While decarceration takes place, ICE and private prison corporations must provide safe [housing], protective gear, and medical attention.

**Stay tuned for updates with details on a supporting car caravan and actions to take from home!

Sponsored by the Bay Area #FreeThemAll Coalition

DSA SF IRIS committee * Bay Resistance Immigrant Justice Committee * Committee to Close the Camps, Free our Children; Never Again Action-Bay Area


24. Saturday, 1:00pm – 2:30pm (PT), When Can We Come Home? Healing Open Wounds of Black Ableism


FREE (on ZOOM) access will be sent after you register


This event will have both ASL interpreters and live CART captioning services.

For any additional accessibility needs, please contact Peter Estes at (415) 546-1333 ext 309 or

Join us for the next installment of the Disability Book Series, with Leroy F. Moore, Jr, and black elders in a discussion of When Can We Come Home? Healing Open Wounds of Black Ableism By Speaking Black Disabled Ancestors Through Poetry & Introducing Krip-Hop Politics.

Leroy F. Moore Jr., Founder of the Krip-Hop Nation. Since the 1990s, has written the column “Illin-N-Chillin” for POOR Magazine. Moore is one of the founding members of National Black Disability Coalition and activist around police brutality against people with disabilities. Leroy has started and helped start organizations like Disability Advocates of Minorities Organization to Sins Invalid to Krip-Hop Nation. His cultural work includes film documentary, Where Is Hope, Police Brutality Against People with Disabilities, spoken-word CDs, poetry books and children’s book, Black Disabled Art History 101 published by Xochitl Justice Press.

Host: Senior & Disability Action

25. Saturday, 2:00pm (PT); 5:00pm (ET), Support Haiti’s Campaign for Dignity! Featuring Mrs. Mildred Aristide

FREE – Donations accepted

Register for webinar:

Watch live:

Click here to make a donation to Haiti’s Campaign For Dignity

Help Build UNIFA’s New Teaching Hospital 

Featuring Mildred Aristide, former First Lady of Haiti

Mildred Trouillot Aristide, former First Lady of Haiti, is an attorney, author and a member of the Board of Administration of the Université de la Fondation Dr. Aristide (UNIFA). Mrs. Aristide will discuss the current health crisis in Haiti, including the impact of COVID-19, and will report on the remarkable work of UNIFA. Since reopening in 2011, UNIFA has graduated 230 new doctors, 78 new nurses, 8 physiotherapists and 30 lawyers, providing young people in Haiti with the skills and knowledge to lead their country forward. Now UNIFA is launching its most ambitious project to date, a Campaign For Dignity to construct a new medical center and teaching hospital.

Also presenting:
Danny Glover – Actor and activist; has visited Haiti numerous times and has been a steadfast supporter of the work of UNIFA. 

Laura Flynn – Author and educator who lived in Haiti from 1994-2000. Ms. Flynn remains deeply involved in Haiti’s struggle for democracy and human dignity. She now works as the Minnesota State Advisor for the Movement Voter Project.

Henri Ford, MD, MHA – Dean and Chief Academic Officer of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. A Haitian-born pediatric surgeon, Dr. Ford returns regularly to Haiti to provide medical care.

Ira Kurzban – Civil rights and immigration attorney who has spent decades fighting for the rights of immigrants and refugees, including those from Haiti. Mr. Kurzban was counsel for the Government of Haiti from 1991–2004.

K’Ronna Harmon – Umoja Scholar, president of the Black Student Union at Foothill College and a member of Students for Haiti Solidarity.

Learn more at
Hosts: Haiti Action Committee, Haiti Emergency Relief Fund, Info:   or

Sunday, August 9

75th Anniversary of U.S. Atomic Bombing of Nagasaki

26. Sunday, 11:00am-5:30pm (PT); 2:00pm (ET), #stillhere: 75th Commemoration of Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima & Nagasaki Teach-in

Sunday, August 9, 2020 @ 11 AM – 5:30 PM PT (2 pm ET)


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