Wednesday April 13
12 noon Union Local Hall 3271 18th St.
TOWN HALL MEETING ON SHOOTING OF A
S.F.P.D. will provide the Mission Community with an
5:30 pm No Code Pink peace vigil this week. Please go to the
Police Commission meeting at City Hall.
5:30 pm Police Commission Meeting City Hall room 400
REPORT ON DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS
The S.F.P.D. has killed again! We must show up to
STOP THE KILLING BY POLICE!
6:00 pm Mission Police Station 630 Valencia St S.F.
SILENT VIGIL FOR AMILCAR: D.A. GASCON
MUST BRING TRUTH TO LIGHT.
6 – 9 pm California Historical Society 678 Mission St. S.F.
THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY IN S. F.:
IMPACT, lEGACY AND CONTINUED INSPIRATION
6:00 to 7:00 there will be tables set up to show
collected articles, provide hand outs and speak to guests.
7:00 to 9:00 speakers:
Billy Jennings, black Panther archivist, Judy Juanter SFSU
student striker in 1968, Reema Calloway, Black Priorities
Moderated by USF Professor of African American Studies,
James Lause Taylor
Thursday April 14
6:00 am McDonald’s 609 Market St. S.F.
Day of Action!
WAKE UP S.F. STRIKE FOR 15 AND OUR HOMES!
We are the life blood of the city. We will not be kicked
out without a fight! Stop mass displacement. poverty
wages and systemic racism and police violence!
FLOOD THE STREETS!
12 – 1:00 pm Corner of Larkin and Golden Gate Ave
450 Golden Gate Ave.
NON VIOLENT VIGIL FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE
American Friends, Buddast Peace Fellowship,
San Francisco Friends
6 – 9:00 pm 350 Rhode Island near 16th
JUSTICE 4 MARIO WOODS
Another S.F.P.D. murder of a person of color.
We must control our police force and stop the killing
of our citizens. Come to plan future activities.
7:30 pm Green Film Fest at the Castro Theater
film by Josh Fox
HOW TO LET GO
Film investigating climate change. Fox travels the world
filming the state of climate change and the remedy for
those giving up hope to stop the disaster.
Friday April 15
4:30 pm Dolores Park
Solidarity Forever Celebration
FRISCO DAY AT DOLORES PARK
Native and long time residents of S.F. need to stand in
solidarity with our fellow San Franciscans. Bring food,
music and art to celebrate our culture and diversity.
We don’t want displacement and gentrification. We are
the last ones left! Fight for those who are trying to stay or
come back to the city that raised us.
5:30 – 7:15 Corner of Jones and Washington S.F.
Hillery Clinton will be in town for a fundraiser. supporters
of Medicare for All, Single Payer with be there with banners
HILLARY CLINTON, SUPPORT MEDICARE FOR ALL
Contact Don Bechler if you can help make the banners.
6:30 pm UU Center 1187 Franklin St. at Geary
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING!
This film tracks nine countries and the effect of climate
Free admission, pop corm and refreshments available
sponsored by UU Social Justice Council
Saturday April 16
9:00 am Central Harbor Park Pittsburg
REFINERY HEALING WALK
We will meet and all agree to non violent principles.
We will be led by Native Americans in prayers for the
waters. We will walk for clean air, water, soil and safe
jobs. At each ‘circling up’ sites we hear local leaders in
the climate justice movement.
There will be pick ups at the Bart station to the starting
point and pick ups for return to Bart from the circling
up sites. The total walk is 13 miles and many of us can
only do part of the walk and can get a ride back to Bart.
For pick ups to and from Bart go to the web site
Sponsor Idle No More
Tuesday April 19
12:30 – 2:30 50 Phelan Ave, MUB rm. 140
Joint forum for San Francisco State University
and City College of San Francisco
STUDENT – FACULTY FORUM
In defense of student services and programs and for
a fair contract.
Join our strike education forum and strengthen our
community and combat the attacks on our colleges.
sponsored by AFT Local 2121 AFL/CIA
7:00 pm Treasure Island, Casa de la Vista building 191
RESTORATION ADVISORY BOARD MEETING
Topic: Navy’s cleanup meeting for Treasure Island
There are people living in dwellings that are toxic
and causing serious and fatal illnesses. The Navy
must clean up the site and move people to other
homes at the expense of the Navy. People bought
these homes but were not informed of the toxic
radiation dangers. Now they can not sell the homes
and can not afford anything else. These people must
be assisted in getting new homes NOW. This has
been discussed for years as the health of the