Please read down this list of events and pick out at least one
that you can attend. We all need to get to know our fellow
activists who want to change the corrupt government. We can
be more successful together.
Wednesday May 25
9:00 – 2:30 pm San Francisco Main Library
Koret Auditorium, 100 Larkin St.
(enter at 30 Grove St.)
JUSTICE SUMMIT ON USE OF FORCE
Melissa Horis-Perry, political commentator
Jeff Adachi, Public Defender
Ken Williams, detective and reform expert
Steve Tulttle, Taser International
5:30- 6:30 pm Montgomery and Market
Join Code Pink, World Can’t Wait and Occupy
Action Council at the huge peace banner.
Theme of the week — Guantanamo – Restore
6:00 – 7:00 pm Mission Police Station, 630 Valencia St.
VIGIL FOR AMILCAR
The D.A. must charge the officers that killed him.
Our vigil continues, we are watching and waiting.
7:00 pm Chevron corporate Headquarters
6001 Bollinger Ave, San Ramon
PROTEST AT SHAREHOLDER’S MEETING
Indigenous allies affected by Chevron in Ecuador,
and Richmond CA have things in common–
they have been harmed by Chevrons reckless
pursuit of profits. Join in a colorful and fun rally
at Chevron in support of human rights,
economic and climate justice.
Amazon Watch, Asian Pacific Environmental
Network, Green Peace, Idle No More, Sunflower
Alliance, Pacamama Alliance, Rainforest
Network, Richmond Progressive Alliance, Women’s
Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)
Thursday, May 26
1:00 pm 8032 Mac Arthur Blvd, Oakland
OAKLAND FIGHT BACK!
People of Oakland have suffered seven evictions
a month of elders, small businesses, and long
time East Oakland residents by speculators and
Real Estate Snakes.
Come and share ideas on how to FIGHT BACK!
Sponsor, Poor Magazine
6:00 pm SEIU local 1021 350 Rhode Island enter on the
back of the building on the next street over.
LESSONS LEARNED FROM COUNTELPRO
Speaker: Elaine Brown former leader in the
donations needed to continue the work of
6:30-8:30pm Wild Equity Office Bldg, 474 Valencia St. S.F.
REBELS WITH A CAUSE
Prize winning film– a documentary tells the story
of California environmentalists who fought in the
70s and 80s to preserve northern California’s
amazing landscape. Their work resulted in the
creation of Point Reyes National Seashore and
the Golden Gate Recreational Area.
7:00 pm UU Center Fireside Room
1187 Franklin St. (at Geary) S.F.
PDA meeting and film
WHERE TO INVADE NEXT?
a film by Michael Moore
snacks and beverages provided, Join us for a fun
Friday, May 27
6:00-8:00 pm 2940 16th St. Near 16th St. BART
Speaker: Moses Gomez, professor and researcher
at the Central American University
talking about the Dangerous Journey and how U.S.
sponsored border militarization is fueling a human
rights crisis. Learn about the root cause of the
problem and how we can defend the rights of
sponsor: Bay Area CISPES
Saturday, May 28
11:00 – 1 pm San Francisco Main Library, 100 Larkin St. S.F.
WAR IS A LIE!
David Swanson interviewed by Daniel Ellsberg on
his book War is a Lie Daniel says “A terrific tool
for recognizing and resisting war lies before it is
sponsor: World Beyond War.org
6:00 pm One Fam Community Event Center
1606 7th St. Oakland
THROUGH THE WIRE
A benefit for long tem political prisoner Romaine
“Chip” Fitzgerald – a former Black Panther
incarcerated since 1969.
Speakers from the Black Power Puerto Rican
Independence, and American Indian movements
discussing why it is important to support political
Ras Ceylon emcee brings revolutionary music,
Hip Hop meets Reggae
$5.00 to $15.00 donation — no one turned away
for lack of funds.
Sunday May 29
7:30 pm Berkeley Fellowship of UUs, 1924 Cedar St.
WAR IS A LIE!
David Swanson with Cindy Sheehan will discuss
his new book.
The speakers counter the theory that war is an
inevitable part of human nature.
$5.00 – $10.00 donation requested — no one turned
away for lack of funds.
sponsors, Berkeley Fellowship of UUs and Code
Pink Golden Gate
Monday May 30
10:00 – 12:00 pm Golden Gate Cemetery at the main gate
Sneath Lane and highway 280, San Bruno
PEACE IS PATRIOTIC
A protest event honoring Daniel Berrigan who
died this month. We will honor his work to end
wars. We will read his poetry and articles . We
sing Peace songs (Musicians needed) Bring
banners to hang over the overpass on 280.
bring sings, flowers and small instruments.
We ain’t gonna study war no more!
Materials will be there to make your own sign.
We will be on the wide sidewalk outside the
main gate to the cemetery.
Wednesday June 1
7-9 pm Marines Memorial Theater
609 Sutter St. (at Mason)
6 BIG NEW CLEANTECH IDEAS
Berkeley Lab’s popular Science at the theater
travels across the bay to present the labs first
Which of the six big new ideas presented by six
Berkeley Lab Scientists will be best to help us
transform our carbon drenched over heating
world has the most promise and sound value?
7:00 pm African American Cultural Complex
762 Fulton St. S.F.
A collection of short movies that expose truths at the
intersection of disability and police terror. Disabled
people are among the highest targeted by police