Articles ~ Actions ~ Events for Friday, Sept. 25 – Sunday, Sept. 27 (from Adrienne Fong)

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Listing of other Bay Area Protests & Rallies


A. Attorney Adante Pointer joins the Dream Team to break down the Breonna Taylor charges.  September 24, 2020 (3.5min. interview)

  See action # 4

B. Zoom, Facebook and YouTube Censor SF State Palestine Class  September 23, 2020

C. Thirty-day suspension recommended for officer who used excessive force, ‘misrepresented the truth’ – September 23, 2020

D. Bill Gates Global Agenda and How We Can Resist His War on Life  – September 21, 2020

E. Interview with Kevin Cooper – 35 years on Death Row in San Quentin

F. How a U.S. Army Whistleblower Revealed “the Apparatus of a Police State’  – September 12, 2020


1. Free Assange: Sign against Julian Assange extradition to the U.S. (From Reporters Without Borders)


2. Demand ICE #FreeOusman


   Ousman Darboe, a 26-year-old Black Muslim, father and husband from the Bronx, has been imprisoned by ICE longer than any other New Yorker currently in detention.1

And this Monday 9/28, , he gets a bond hearing that could finally end his brazenly unjust and unjustified detention.

3. Chad Wolfe and Ken Cuccinelli Resign Now!


4. We will still fight for Breonna


5. Governor Newsom: Enact a Real COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium NOW



Friday, September 25 – Sunday, September 27

Friday, September 25

1. Friday, 12Noon – 1:30pm, Colonial Destruction, Past and Present: Plunder, Waste, and Preservation

Online Event

Please join the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs on Zoom for the first event of a series of discussions with artists, scholars, and activists on our four research themes: the Environment, Ecology, and Forms of Life; Debt, Vulnerability, and Forms of Care; Camps, Borders, and Hospitality; Defeat, Steadfastness, and the Future.

“Colonial Destruction, Past and Present: Plunder, Waste, and Preservation” is a conversation with Malcom Ferdinand (CNRS), Jumana Manna (artist), Sophia Stamatopoulou-Robbins (Bard College), and moderated by Natalia Brizuela (UC Berkeley), about environmental and colonial destructions, as well as the relationship between them. The participants (in their roles as artists, scholars, or activists) address the planetary crisis of our times in its relationship to past and present practices of plunder, waste-making, and preservation. The conversation aims to articulate a future open to multiple forms of life outside the systems and h


2. Friday, 12Noon – 3:00pm, Black Trans Lives Matter! – Bridging Black Trans Lives

SF City Hall (outside)
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl

Wear mask & practice social distance

Come one Come all in support of Black Lives Matter!

Black Trans Lives Matter – Bridging Black Trans Lives: Advancing Racial Equity for All Black Lives

We will not allow hate to win – Join us!
We all must stand together.

Join us as we come together in support of Black Trans community, who face injustice at disproportionate rates. Black Trans Lives Matter! Bridging Black Trans Lives

In commemoration of Black August, Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community, Alameda County Behavioral Health Office of Ethnic Services, The San Francisco Human Rights Commission, and MegaBlack SF present:

Bridging Black Trans Lives: Advancing Racial Equity for All Black Lives, to honor and uplift the voices of Black Trans and Nonbinary Leadership in the Bay Area. The purpose of this rally is to bring awareness to the lived experience of Black Transgender and Nonbinary communities, and call to action the larger Black community to recognize that Black liberation is tied to the lives of All Black People.

See site for partners

Host: Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community – Justice 4 Mario Woods


3. Friday, 1:00pm – 2:00pm, Demand the San Francisco Police Officers Association Be SHUT DOWN!

SF Police Officers Association (outside)
800 Bryant St. (@ 6th Street)

Wear masks; practice social distancing

Stand with the Mothers on the March, Black and Brown for Justice, Peace and Equality:

   – Demand the San Francisco Police Officers Association Be Shut Down!

   – The SF Police Officers Association Be Declared a Non Grata Organization

   – Demand the Police Officers Bill of Rights Be Abolished.

Every Friday.

4. Friday, 1:30pm – 4:00pm, Climate Strike: March 4 Our Future Against Chevron Corporation in Richmond

Meet at:

Judge George D. Carol Park
cross streets area of: South Garland Ave., & E. Richmond Ave., & West Cutting Blvd.
Richmond 94801

March to: Chevron Corporation Building in Richmond

Chevron has polluted our communities for far too long. March with us to demand a clean sustainable future. Hear from youth leaders and climate activists.

Chevron has devastated our communities for decades. This powerful fossil fuel firm is responsible for mass pollution that hits predominantly Black and Brown residents the hardest. As a result of Chevron’s contributions, kids in Richmond are roughly twice as likely to have respiratory problems such as asthma.

Masks, water and food will be provided.

Host; Youth Solidarity Project

Info:    or

Saturday, September 26

5. Saturday, 8:00am (PT); 11:00am (ET), Civil society commemoration for the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

Webinar registration:

Nuclear Weapon Free World: Part 2

Civil society commemoration for the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

Beyond the Bomb is collaborating with 80 other organizations worldwide to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and to mark key days such as the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

Part 2 is scheduled at a time to suit participation by people from the Americas, Africa and Europe, although participants from other time zones are also welcome.

There will be three sessions, all running on the same zoom link. Session 1 will be a series of short presentations. Session 2 will be workshops. Session 3 will be a panel discussion on How to achieve a nuclear-weapon-free world.

Host: Beyond the Bomb

6. Saturday, 11:00am – 12:30pm, Palestine Justice Coalition Teach-in: Palestinian Future and Israeli Annexation

Register for this event at to receive the Zoom link.

As Black Lives Matter and antiracism movements expose racism in the US, stand with Palestinians exposing the racism of Israeli Annexation.

Hear directly from Zoughbi Alzoughbi, founder and Director of Wi’am: The Palestinian Conflict Transformation Center in Bethlehem, Palestine,

and from Ahmad Abouznaid, Executive Director of the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights.

Zoughbi will join us from Bethlehem and will address the issue of the Israeli threat to annex parts of the West Bank. From DC, Ahmad will discuss efforts to influence US Congress and American leaders to oppose Israel annexation/occupation and to redirect the billions in military and defense funding that the US provides to Israel.

Cosponsored by the Palestine Justice Coalition, Resource Center for Nonviolence, Progressive Christian Forum, Santa Cruz Jewish Voice for Peace, and Wi’am: The Palestinian Conflict Transformation Center.

Info:   or

7. Saturday, 11:00am – 1:00pm, UUSF Forum: Acting Decisively in Uncertain Times


Join Zoom Meeting

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Speaker: Jennifer Beach

A long-time anti-racism and prison activist was on the founding committee for the Critical Resistance Conference which helped reignite the movement to abolish the prison industrial complex. She is a co-founder of Prison Radio which elevates the voices of incarcerated persons in the public discourse and is an organizer with SURJ. Jennifer currently has a loved one in San Quentin.

The discussion will highlight her work with SURJ, prison activism, and ideas for how to organize for racial justice within our congregation.


8. Saturday, 1:00pm – 3:00pm, ‘They Can’t Burn Us All’ – Unity Rally & March Against Hate Crimes and Racism

1:00pm , meet at:

   SF City Hall
   1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place


   March to Chinatown


   Finale Rally

#TheyCantBurnUsAll is a movement to activate all Asians and allies to stand up and fight back against hate crimes and racism. While the Asian diaspora is incredibly diverse, Asians are generally treated the same. More than ever, there is a great need for unity and support among our communities.
#TheyCantBurnUsAll aims to bridge communities and create unity among all marginalized people


9. Saturday, 5:00pm – 7:00pm (PR); 8:00pm – 10:00pm (ET), Cuban Doctors Speak: 15 years of the Henry Reeve Brigade


By Zoom.

Do Trump and the Coronavirus have you down? Then join us on September 26 to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of one of the world’s most beautiful projects: Cuba’s Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade!

 Danny Glover will be on with us to offer his commentary, and journalist/author Vijay Prashad will host this fascinating conversation! Please join Danny, Vijay, and the Cuban medical personnel for this celebratory event

Hosts: Nobel for Cuban Doctors, CODEPINK: Women for Peace, + 5 Other groups


10. Saturday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, #FreeTheFamilies Vigil for the Women in ICE Custody (Albany, CA)

Albany Memorial Park
904 Jackson St.

Wear masks; Practice social distancing

Community members are invited to show their support and solidarity for ICE detainees by gathering at a local park while keeping social distance.

This administration’s attacks on migrant families is an affront to our values and political system. We believe in supporting families and keeping them together, not tearing them apart and caging them. Most recently, whistleblower Dawn Wooten, a former nurse at ICE’s Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia, stated that ICE surgically sterilized women detainees without their consent.

The bottom line: there is a clear pattern of abuse at the hands of ICE. They can’t be trusted to care for anyone.

Host: Families Belong Together


Sunday, September 27

11. Sunday, 12Noon, Justice for Sean Monterrosa – March

Wilson Park
1007 Solano Ave.

Mini march, rally, guest speakers

Vessels of Vallejo invites you to an action on Sunday at 12pm . Wilson Park, about a block away from VPD headquarters and the billboard location. We will march to each location before returning to Wilson Park for food, music, and community time.

Local activist groups in Vallejo, the Monterrosa sisters and many families of victims of VPD will come out. Join us as we come together as a community to call for justice for all the victims of police brutality. This will be time to enjoy good music, local artists, food and stand in solidarity with the families.


12. Sunday, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, ICE Has Blood on Their Hands. End Violence Against Women! Rally

Fruitvale Plaza
3340 E. 12th Street

Please, wear a mask and stand 6 feet apart when possible. Bring sanitation supplies such as hand sanitizer for yourself, and more if you have enough to share

There is a war being waged on Black and Brown women inside detention centers and ICE has blood on their hands. Mass hysterectomies are being performed on immigrant women at the LaSalle Corrections facilities in Georgia. These forced sterilizations are more than acts of medical malpractice, they are weapons of reproductive violence, mutilation, torture, eugenics, and genocide against people of the global south.

Join AF3IRM SF Bay Area, a transnational feminist, anti-imperialist organization, for a speak out  to condemn this violence against immigrant women and to demand the abolition of ICE! We stand in radical solidarity with the women in detention, whistleblower Nurse Dawn Wooten, and all transnational women on the front lines, fighting for abolition and collective liberation.

Together, we will fight for the end of ICE, the downfall of the fascist state, and the destruction of every prison and border wall. The lives and spirits of our sisters in ICE custody, on the US/Mexico border, and in our communities are valuable, powerful, and worth fighting for


13. Sunday, 4:00pm, Refuse Fascism mass meeting

Combination online and in-person

Call 510-926-8144 for zoom info,

In-person real meeting:

Dolores Park (enter 18th & Church St. – see signs)

Wear masks, social distancing observed

Bring a blanket / chair

It’s on: The Struggle for the Future

Will it be fascist
Or, will we act on our conscience?

We face a critical crossroads. The hour is late, but not too late. Relying only on our voting will lead to disaster. The Trump/Pence regime is subverting the election now and preparing to nullify it. Waiting to act till they do so will be too late.

Trump’s MAGA mobs maraud around the country in water and land caravans; they murder protesters and innocent people by guns and by their cars. They spread COVID. They are inflamed with passionate reactionary intensity. All for the purpose of rousing their followers and intimidating and demoralizing all who should be standing up for justice.

See site for more info

Host: Refuse Fascism Bay Area


14. Sunday, 5:00pm – 7:00pm, Stand Tall Demanding Justice

Online via Zoom


3rd Anniversary of the  San Francisco Comfort Women Memorial

join us on Zoom as we continue to honor all those who were sexually enslaved during WWII and who broke their silence to demand justice. Within all the hardship that we’ve all experienced in the past months we continue to fight to end gender violence and to demand justice for the survivors and their families

Host: Comfort Women Justice Coalition


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