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A. Anti-Lockdown Protests Break Out Across China – November 30, 2022
B. San Francisco approves police proposal to use potentially deadly robots – November 29, 2022
San Francisco approves police proposal to use potentially deadly robots | San Francisco | The Guardian
8 votes for the policy
3 votes against it
– Preston, Walton & Ronen
C. Scott Ritter Extra Ep. 25: Ask the Inspector – November 29, 2022 (Video on facebook)
Special Guest: Eva Bartlett. Scott Ritter answers questions from the audience with host Jeff Norman
D. Cleverly Executed Demo for Abortion Rights in Top San Francisco Mall – November 29, 2022
See Event # 2
E. Purdue Students and Faculty Say No to War Criminals on Campus – November 28, 2022
F. FTX Secret Ties To Democrats and Ukraine IGNORED And CENSORED – November 23, 2022
G. Maligned in Western Media, Donbass Forces are Defending their Future from Ukrainian Shelling and Fascism – November 19, 2022
Maligned in Western Media, Donbass Forces are Defending their Future from Ukrainian Shelling and Fascism | CovertAction Magazine
H. Families of men killed by SFPD say DA Jenkins is blowing them off
I. Why Florida HALTS Covid mRNA for Men 18-39. Surgeon General Dr. Ladapo Explains
1. Tell Biden to Speak up for the ’02 AUMF repeal!’
2. Petition to demand Congress protect Native sacred places now
3. Help fight the Dakota Access Pipeline and protect Indigenous rights!
4. Demand Congress put an end to private prisons!
5. DEMAND THE BIG 6 U.S. BANKS STOP FOSSIL FUEL EXPANSION FINANCING NOW
6. Now is the time to ensure marriage equality – in EVERY U.S. state
Thursday, December 1 – Saturday, December 3
Thursday, December 1,
1. Thursday, 11:00am (PT); 2:00pm (ET), Economic Warfare, Sanctions & U.S. Intervention in Venezuela
Webinar registration: Webinar Registration – Zoom
Is there economic warfare in Venezuela? Has the situation improved? How have Venezuelans faced the economic war during all these years? All these questions and many others will be answered.
– Special guest Oscar Lopez Rivera: former Puerto Rican political prisoner
– Father Numa Molina,
– Camilla Saab, Human Rights defender & wife of the Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab, kidnapped by the United States.
– Tony Boza, Ecomist. Host of the TV show “Boza with Valdez.”
– William Camacaro, facilitator
We will also have community leaders, members of the commune and community councils, as well as people in charge of the Clap and street chiefs. All of them will be talking to us about how the economic war has affected them in their daily lives.
Host: Alliance For Global Justice
2. Thursday, 1:00pm – 2:00pm, Legal Abortion Nationwide! The Overturning of Abortion Rights Was Illegitimate
Philip Burton Federal Court House
450 Golden Gate Ave.
Rain or shine!
Nationwide Protests will manifest in GREEN outside of courthouses across the country. Bring signs, banners, & your beautiful voices.
Dec. 1 marks one year since the Supreme Court heard oral arguments of Dobbs. V. Jackson, the case which led to the overturning of abortion rights in this country.
On that day, the fascist “Justices” on the court suggested that the interests of women to control their own reproduction, bodies and lives needed to be weighed against the “interests” of fetuses. No! Fetuses are NOT people. They do NOT have “interests.” Women are people!
FORCED MOTHERHOOD = FEMALE ENSLAVEMENT!
We cannot rely on the courts, we must rely on ourselves. Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights to win: LEGAL ABORTION ON DEMAND & WITHOUT APOLOGY NATIONWIDE!
Atlanta: 500 pm March from CNN 190 Marietta Street NW to US Appeals Court
Boston: 4:00 pm Joseph Moakley Courthouse1 Courthouse Square
Chicago: 4:00 pm Federal Plaza (across from the Fed. Courthouse)
Cleveland: 4:00 pm Carl B. Stokes Federal Courthouse 801 W. Superior Avenue
Lansing MI: 3:30 pm Michigan Capitol 100 North Capitol Avenue
Los Angeles: 4:00 pm Federal Courthouse 350 W 1st Street
New York City: 4:00 pm Thurgood Marshall US Courthouse 40 Centre Street, Foley Square
Philadelphia: 5:30 pm US Courthouse, 601 Market Street
San Francisco: 1:00 pm Philip Burton Federal Courthouse 450 Golden Gate
Seattle: 2:00 pm US District Court 700 Stewart Street
Host: Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights
3. Thursday, 4:30pm – 6:00pm, World AIDS Day March & Candlelight Vigil
4:30pm – 10:35 Market St., SF
4:40pm – March together to SF City Hall
5:00pm – Speakers & Commemoration at City Hall
Wear red, we’ll provide posters and candles.
Join us this World AIDS Day as we remember those we’ve lost to the AIDS crisis and continue the fight for justice for our communities. We’ll meet in front of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (1035 Market St) and march together to City Hall, where we’ll hear commemorations for those we’ve lost and reflections on how we must continue the fight for justice.
Host: SF AIDS Foundation
4. Thursday, 7:00pm, CODEPINK Co-Founder Medea Benjamin in conversation with Mickey Huff, Project Censored
2286 Cedar St.
Please join KPFA at The Hillside Club when we welcome legendary activist and author Medea Benjamin to discuss her most recent book, War in Ukraine: Making Sense of a Senseless Conflict. This very special live and in-person event will feature Medea in conversation with KPFA’s Mickey Huff, host of Project Censored.
Friday, December 2
5. Friday, 1:00pm – 2:00pm Shut Down the SF Police Officers Association
SF Police Officers Association
800 Bryant St. (at 6th St)
All are welcomed to stand with Mothers On The March and People from the Community.
-The Police Officers Association be SHUT DOWN!
-The SF POA Be Declared a Non-Grata Organization
-Abolish the ‘Officers Bill of Rights’ – This has been used to protect officers in abusing our communities!
-Jail Killer Cops – we demand killer cops be charged and convicted with murder
-Abolish the Police!
6. Friday, 4:00pm, STOP US NATO Drive Toward World War-International Day Of Action
SF Federal Building
90 – 7th Street
Abolish NATO, Shut Down US Bases Around The World – The Main Enemy Is At Home! For Working Class Strikes Globally To Stop The Wars!
The US ruling class is driving the world towards a global war. The Democrats and Republicans have joined together to send over $60 billion to Ukraine and are opposing any negotiations with Russia which could bring an end to the conflict. For decades, the US has pushed NATO expansion up to the borders of Russia. It was a major force behind the overthrow of the democratically-elected Ukrainian government in 2014, and aimed, in the civil war that followed, to goad Russia into a proxy war. The disastrous war in Ukraine was their intent, and they have exploited it to train and arm Ukrainian military forces, including the fascist Azov Battalion, as a means to weaken and destabilize Russia. In the wake of Russian military defeats, the American military establishment is crowing for further escalation, in order to break up the Russian Federation.
At the same time that the US ruling class is pushing for expanded wars abroad, it is increasing the war on working people in the US, with massive evictions, rampant homelessness, an escalating drive to privatize public services, and slave-labor conditions at Uber, Amazon, and other corporations.
The rise of fascism is part and parcel of the US war drive. The toxic stew of racism, xenophobia, homophobia, Islamophobia, sexism, anti-Semitism, and immigrant bashing which has led American democracy to the brink has been produced by the polices of the Democrats and Republicans. Billionaires like Musk, Bezos, Ellison, and Buffett are driving working people to the wall, and their union busting tactics are allowed by the Democrats and Republicans alike
There is no anti-war opposition in the American government or the labor bureaucracies: The AFL-CIO “Solidarity Center,” funded by $75 million from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), has pushed the privatization of the wealth in Ukraine for US capitalists and supports the war drive.
On December 2, 2022, the Si Cobas union is launching a national strike against NATO and US war in Ukraine and Europe.
Host: United Front Committee For A Labor Party
See Indybay for more info
7. Friday, 6:00pm, 7th Angelversary of Mario Woods after he was executed by 5 SFPD officers on Dec 2nd 2015 in Bayview.
2915 Keith St. (Where Mario was executed)
All are welcomed as we honor the life and memory of Mario Woods.
Food, snacks, cocoa/coffee
Artist / speakers / Performances / Poetry
Healing Community Organizing
Bring flowers, offering for the altar or your Compassion. This is an Ablolitionist Space.
Saturday, December 3,
8. Saturday, 12:00Noon – 1:30pm, UC UAW Labor Community Solidarity Rally: COLA & Housing For All
The Democrats who run UC through the Regents who the governor appoints have allowed a flagrant union busting administration to violate labor law and use slave labor at UC. It’s time for united action of all workers for a COLA and Housing for all along with a mass democratic labor party run for and by working people.
Host: United Front Committee For A Labor Party UFCL
9. Saturday, 5:00pm (PT); 7:00pm (CT), Panel Discussion on Haiti and the History of U.S. Imperialism
Come learn about the ongoing United States intervention in Haiti and the History of US imperialism against Haiti.
Cassandra Swart of the Dallas Anti-War Committee discussing the history of US Imperialism against Haiti.
Judith Mirkinson of the Haiti Action Committee discussing the ongoing situation in Haiti and the ongoing US intervention.
Delilah Pierre of the Tallahassee Community Action Committee discussing the effects of the ongoing situation and intervention on the Haitian community in the United States.
After the presentations, a Q&A will be held answering questions related to the history of US imperialism against Haiti and the ongoing intervention efforts of the United States in Haiti
Host: Dallas Anti-Wat Committee
10. Saturday, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, The Howard Zinn Book Fair Presents: For Anti-Fascist Futures
Medicine For Nightmares
3036 24th Street
Attendees are asked to please wear a mask while inside the bookstore
PANEL DISCUSSION WITH
FOR ANTI-FASCIST FUTURES
Elspeth Iralu, Dian Million, Nicole Nguyen, Yazan Zahzah, Alyosha Goldstein
Explores the significance of fascism for understanding authoritarianism today and centers anti-imperialist movements of Black, Indigenous, and colonized peoples.
We must, as For Antifascist Futures urges, take antifascism as a major imperative of movements for social change. But we must not limit our analysis or historical understanding of the rise of the right-wing authoritarianism in our times by rooting it in mid-twentieth century Europe. Instead we turn to a collection of powerful BIPOC voices who offer a range of anticolonial, Indigenous, and Black Radical traditions to think with.
Host: James Tracy
Thursday, December 8
Thursday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Atomic Days: The Untold Story of the Most Toxic Place in America w/ author Joshua Frank
518 Valencia St.
Join us on December 8th as we welcome author and journalist Joshua Frank (@joshua__frank) for an in-person discussion and signing of his just-released book “Atomic Days: The Untold Story of the Most Toxic Place in America” from Haymarket Books.
Bio// Joshua Frank is an award-winning California-based journalist and co-editor of the political magazine CounterPunch. He is a co-author of several books, most recently The Big Heat: Earth on the Brink (AK Press).
Host: Rising Tide North America
Saturday, December 10
Saturday, 10am (PT); 1:00pm (ET), SANCTIONS: A Wrecking Ball in a Global Economy
Webinair register: Webinar Registration – Zoom
Join a discussion of the latest developments in key regions of the world with several authors of the new anthology: SANCTIONS: A Wrecking Ball in a Global Economy.
Intensifying US sanctions, imposed on a third of humanity, are sending shock waves through the world economy. Now this brutal form of economic warfare on civilian populations is being contested. US dollar dominance is being challenged as the currency of global trade. Sanctions have boomeranged back on the US and EU countries with inflation, supply chain shortages, and a looming recession causing hardship at home. But by far the greatest burden is borne by 40+ sanctioned countries. The US response is doubling down on harsher sanctions. What are the implications?
A Discussion with :
- Ajamu Baraka – Black Alliance for Peace
- Erica Jung – Nodutdol Korean Community Development
- Carlos Martinez – International Manifesto Group
- Lee Siu Hin – China-US Solidarity Network
- Judy Bello – Syria Support Movement & UNAC
- Ann Garrison – Pacifica reporter & Black Agenda Report
- Rick Sterling – Task Force on the Americas
- Sara Flounders – International Action Center
Presented by the SanctionsKill Campaign (https://sanctionskill.org)