Weekly Calendar of political events (from Patricia Gray)

Please read down this list of activities planned to urge people to join others and try to make changes in ‘our’ government. (OUR government?or does it belong to the top 1%?)

Wednesday, Sept. 14
10 am – 12:00 pm      San Francisco City Hall
                                Press conference on the front stairs, then to
                                to room 250
                                SUPS, VOTE YES, CREATE A FREE CITY
                                COLLEGE FUND
                                The Budget and Finance committee will vote on
                                 the initiative to make City College free to
                                 San Franciscans.  There will be public comments
                                 before the vote on this issue.
12 pm – 1 pm         S.F. Mayor’s Office on Housing and Community 
                            Development      1 South Van Ness/Market
                            SAVE MIDTOWN!
                            This marks the one year anniversary ot the rent
                            strike.  The residents have a list of  five demands.
                            1.  no rent increase
                            2.  no demolition, no displacement
                            3.  Replace Mercy Housing as property manager
                            4.  restore rent controll
                            5.  deliver on the ownership promise to tenants that
                                 paid off property mortgage.
 5:30 pm       San Francisco Police Commission meeting 
                    City Hall room 400
                    CITIZEN’S COMPLAINT REPORT
                    Chief Chaplin update on Professional standards
                    Update of Bar Association on the search for a new chief
                    Public may comment or question
5:30 – 6:30    Market and Montgomery
                   PEACE VIGIL
                   Join others under the large Peace Banner.  Plans are
                   being made to attack Russia over Ukraine.  We must
                   demand that all these wars end and we do not want more
                   wars to be started.  We want peace!    We need those
                   military funds to be moved to fund badly needed
                   domestic programs.
                   sponsored by Code Pink, the World Can’t Wait and
                   the Occupy Action Council
6:00 pm      3314 Cesar Chavez St (South Van Ness and Capp St.)
                  PRE – APPLICATION MEETING
                  There was a meeting on this project with out public notice
                  in March.  The proposal is for a 65′ high building – they will
                  demolish a one story building (Alpha Builders) for a 58
                  unit mixed use building. This is between the gas station
                  on the corner (which is up for sale) and Del Carlo Court.
6:00 – 7:00 pm    Mission Police Station    17th and Valencia S.F.
                         VIGIL FOR AMILCAR
                         The watching and waiting continues.  D.A. Gascon,
                         do the right thing!  Charge the officers who killed
                         Amilcar with Murder!
7:00 – 8:00 pm     City Lights Book Store   261 Columbus St,  S.F.
                          Speakers:  Jeff Chany and Rebecca Solnit
                          WE GON’ BE ALRIGHT!
                          notes on race and resegregation.
                          A series of powerful essays on the recent
                          tragedies and wide set protests that are shaking
                          the country.  The idea of ‘diversity’ and separation
                          in housing is discussed and that the growing
                          resegrevation is the unexamined condition of our
                          time, the undoing of which is the key to moving
                          the nation to racial justice and cultural equity.
Thursday Sept. 15
2:00 pm     San Francisco State University College of Ethnic Studies
                 19th Ave and Holloway  ( Ethic studies building is at the far
                 west of the campus near the gymnasium.)
                 Gather to support the protest over the Dakota pipeline.
                 PIPE LINE!
                 The indigenous people of America are fighting to protect
                 the water as the oil pipeline is destroying the sacred lands
                 of their tribes and endangering the environment.
5;00 pm    San Francisco Board of Appeals, room 416 City Hall
               THE BEAST ON BRYANT
               An appeal of the large project authorization for this monster.
6:30 pm    2940 16th St. (between Mission and South Van Ness)
                fund raiser
                A NEW GRITO FOR CHANGE
                Join us to a Mexican and Central American Independence
                celebration. Join us to support a delegation going to Ciudad
               Juarez, Sonora and Chihuahua.  This delegation will
               participate in a national convergence at the border to high
               light the human rights crisis of an unjust immigration
               system.  Join us to support the maquiladoro workers
               and high light the failures of NAFTA and the dangers o
               the TPP.
                There will be a program of music by Francisco Herrera,
                Elizabeth, Nancy and Artenisa Flores and Diego Sardaneta
               and poetry by the Revolutionary Poet Brigade and the
               Juana Brioner Cultural Committee.
               admission $10.00 Children under 12 is free
6:30 – 8:30    Omni Commons   4799 Shattuck, Oakland
                    Come and join the Oakland Privacy Working Group
                    to organize against the surveillance state, against
                    Urban Shield and to advocate for privacy and
                    surveillance regulations in the bay area.  We are also
                    involved in the fight against Predictive Policing  and
                    other ‘pre crimes’ or ‘thought crime’, drones and ‘back
                    door’ to your cell phones.
                    more info  www.oaklandprivacy.org
7:30 pm     Hillside Club   2286 Cedar Ave,  Berkeley
                 speaker Nick Schou
                 There is a corrupting relationship between the CIA and
                 our major media. Schou names names and shines a
                 spotlight on flagrant examples of collusion when journalists
                 cross the line and sell out to powerful agencies.
                 KPFA event   tickets $12. in advance or $15. at the door
                 Advance tickets at brownpapertickets.com/event/257
Friday Sept 16
5:00 pm          Church of the Sojourners  1129 Florida St. S.F.
                      FRIDAY MISSION NIGHT WALK
                      At our walk we remember the people killed by the SFPD
                      In our night walk we hope to bring comfort – but also
                      a challenge to uproot the causes of violence whether
                      it is done by individuals, gangs, or law enforcement.
6:30 pm   UU Center  1187 Franklin St at Geary
              DREAM ON
              This is Roger Weisberg’s 32 documentary for PBS and is
               narrated by political comedian John Fugelsary.  The film
               is a road trip retracing the steps of Alexis de Tocqueville’s
               of 1831 which was a study of prosperity in America.
               Today’s job loss, depleted pensions and home loss makes
               us remember George Carlin’s statement. “It’s called the
               American Dream because you have to be asleep to
               believe it.”
Saturday Sept. 17
12:00 – 3:00   Sue Bierman Park   (west side of the fountain in the 
                     Embarcadero Plaza)
                  PICNIC AND
                    OPEN MIC
          Bring your own food and some to share.. Bring your own
                 drinks and some to share.  Bring some instruments and a
                         megaphone if you have one..   Our job of changing the
                 government into one that heeds the voice of the 99% over
                 the bribes of the 99% has not been accomplished — far from it!!
                               Things are getting WORSE.
                We need to reconnect and discuss what to to in the
                 upcoming election.  We must make the government
                        SERVE THE MANY, NOT THE FEW!
                 It will be fun to get together with old friends and talk about
                 the old days—but we must look ahead too.
Sunday Sept. 18
12:15 pm     New Valencia Hall   747 Polk St. S.F.
                   Brunch for $8.00 – $10.00 donation
1:00 pm       Program
                   Discussion on 40 initiatives that the state and city face.
                   We will address most issues from a Socialist point of
                   view, you are invited to add your views.
                   more info:  415-864-1278
12:30 lunch,      UU Church  1187 Franklin @ Geary St.
1:00 program   
                       Speaker: Jeff Addachi, S.F. Public Defender
                       DEFENDING THE PEOPLE’S RIGHTS
                       He will bring us an update on accountability, the current
                       status of police reform, and will take questions from
                       the audience.  He will show an 8 minute video he made,
                       America need a Racial Facial
6:00 – 8:00 pm     Green Arcade,  1680 Market St. S.F.
                          Speaker: Dr. Barry Rose
                          Dr. Rose, author of The Cutting Edge of Compassion
                          Dr Rose will speak on of the best outcomes come
                          when physicians and patients can create the best
                          healing by appreciating the personality differences
                          addressing fear, and being open to Eastern and
                          western philosophies and recognizing insurance,
                          legal and pharmaceutical obstacles to optimal care,
Monday Sept. 19
6:00 – 9:00 pm      Occupy Forum,  Global Exchange 
                           2017 Mission St. Near 16th St. Bart
                           THE HISTORY OF SOCIALISM IN AMERICA:
                           FROM ROBERT OWEN’S UTOPIAN EXPERIMENT
                           TO BERNIE’S POLITICAL REVOLUTION OF 2016
                           Speaker Gene Ruyle, author of Rethinking  Marxist
                           Information, discussion and community Occupy
                           Forum is an opportunity for open and respectful
                           donations to cover costs are encouraged.
Tuesday Sept. 20
6:00 – 10:00 pm    2134 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Berkeley
                           MARCH / VIGIL FOR KAYLA MOORE
                           Meet on the steps of Old City Hall.  We need
                           community care — not killer cops!  We need to
                           We need to prioritize people over policing — we
                           need accountability not a motion to dismiss.
7:30 – 10:30 pm    Oakland Omni Commons   4799 Shattuck, Oakland
                           Liberated Lens Film Night
                           HEIST ; WHO STOLE THE AMERICAN DREAM
                           The collapse of the American Dream was done by
                           rampant deregulation, outsourcing of jobs, tax
                           policies that favor businesses and the wealthy.
                           This has been done in the last 30 years by a small
                           group.  To them the collapse is not a catastrophe,
                           but rather the planned outcome of their long
                           patient work.
                           $5.00 donation but no one turned away

                        Donald Goldmacher, co director and co producer

                           will be present for Q and A after the screening.
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Announcements for Mon. 9/12, Tue. 9/13, & Wed.9/14 (from Adrienne Fong)

Send items for posting by Tuesday 12 Noon to: pat1936@gmail.com 


~ Action Council ~

Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board



Monday, September 12

S 12, Monday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Today! American Indian Movement Presents Leonard Peltier’s 72ndBirthday

La Pena Cultural Center
3105 Shattuck Ave.

American Indian Movement is celebrating Native American political prisoner Leonard Peltier’s 72 birthday at La Peña! This is Leonard Peltier’s 41st year in prison and the American Indian Movement is involved in securing his release with the Executive Clemency Campaign, see whoisleonardpeltier.info

Do your part and join us to seek Leonard’s freedom now before President Obama leaves office this year!!! Call the White House and leave a message to the President at 202-456-1212.

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1772423462974757/

Tuesday, September 13

S 13, Tuesday, 1:00pm – 3:00pm, Alex Nieto Memorial Resolution, SF City Hall (Press Conference & Meeting)

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

1:00pm – Press Conference – Steps of City Hall

Amor for Alex Nieto, Supervisors John Avalos and David Campos, Roberto Hernandez, HOMEY, United Playaz, Manilatown Heritage Association, Our Mission No Eviction, Justice for Amilcar Perez-Lopez, and the entire community invite you to a press conference and San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting and public comment session on the following topic:

A resolution to establish a permanent memorial in honor of Alex Nieto, unlawfully killed by the San Francisco Police Department.

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1112752778807233/

S 13, Tuesday , 3:00pm – S 14, Wednesday,  5:00pm Beast on Bryant – 2 days of appeals

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

Last chance to stop the Beast on Bryant St at the Board of Supervisors and Board of Appeals.

Sept 13, 3pm – Board of Supervisors, Rm 400 City Hall
Environmental Review appeal
Conditional Use appeal
(these two will happen back-to-back)

Sept 14, 5pm – Board of Appeals, Rm 416 City Hall
Large Project Authorization appeal

We are far overbuilt on luxury housing in the Mission!
This was not the plan!

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/256407614759289/

S 13, Tuesday, 5:30pm – 7:30pm, NoDAPL: SF Bay Stands w/ Standing Rock: No Keystone By Any Name

Oscar Grant Plaza

The “Dakota Access” Pipeline (DAPL) is a $3.8B, 1,100 mile fracked-oil pipeline currently under construction from the Bakken shale fields of North Dakota to Peoria, Illinois. DAPL is slated to cross Lakota Treaty Territory at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation where it would be laid underneath the Missouri River, the longest river on the continent.

Construction of the DAPL would engender a renewed fracking-frenzy in the Bakken shale region, as well as endanger a source of fresh water for the Standing Rock Sioux and 8 million people living downstream. DAPL would also impact many sites that are sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux and other indigenous nations.

Host: 350 Bay Area

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/848981365202919/

Wednesday, September 14

S 14, Wednesday, 12Noon – 1:00pm, 1 Year Rent Strike Anniversary – Rally

San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing & Community
1 South Van Ness/Market

Save Midtown tenants have been on the longest rent strike in San Francisco history.

Mercy Housing,  MOHCD, and the City Hall have not been able to deliver on community demands.


1) No rent increases for Midtown tenants
2) No demolition of Midtown buildings/no displacement
3) Replacement of Mercy Housing as project developer and property manager
4) Restore rent control
5) Deliver on the ownership promise to tenants who paid off property mortgage

Host: Save Midtown

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1355893187757376/

S 14, Wednesday, 5:30pm – SF Police Commission Meeting

SF City Hall, Room 400
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl

Agenda: http://sanfranciscopolice.org/meeting/police-commission-september-14-2016-agenda


OCC (Office of Citizens Complaints) response to Civil Grand Jury Report

Toney Chaplin (Acting SF Chief of Police) on Update from the Professional Standards Bureau in regards to Collaborative Review status and

Bureau Org Update regarding the Bar Association of SF (BASF) Criminal Task Force’s Report & Recommendations:  Data Collection and Analysis

Update on Chief of Police search & more

COMMENT on your concerns – question what they are doing

S 14, Wednesday, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, PEACE VIGIL

One Post Street in San Francisco.
(on the steps facing Market Street, below Feinstein’s office,
directly above the Montgomery BART/Muni station)

JOIN CODEPINK, WORLD CAN’T WAIT, OCCUPY SF Action Council  and others for our weekly (most Wednesdays)

Focus varies each week on current events / and state of our world.

This week’s focus is: WOMEN’S BOAT TO GAZA! (Two boats will be departing!)

S 14, Wednesday, 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Vigil For Amilcar…waiting and watching continues

Mission District Police Station
Valencia & 17th Street

The waiting and watching continues. DA George Gascon Do the Right Thing – Charge the officers who killed Amilcar Perez Lopez with murder!

S 14, Wednesday, 7:30pm, Snowdon Live –  (Special engagement this day only)

AMC Van Ness 14
1000 Van Ness Ave.

Snowden Live gives audiences the opportunity to hear directly from the man who inspired the film and the filmmaker who brought his story to life during a live satellite conversation between Oliver Stone (live from New York City) and Edward Snowden (via satellite in Moscow).

Tickets: http://www.movietickets.com/movie/mid/235569/n/Snowden-Live/ShowDate/2/searchZip/94109#.V9bzANQrJhc

S 14, Wednesday, 7:00pm-9:00pm, Human Cost of U.S. Policy in Mexico

2969 Mission St.

Violence in Mexico constitutes the world’s 3rd most deadly conflict, and the US continues to play a huge part: through drug prohibition, drug consumption, immigration & trade policies, through illegal gun trafficking, and by arming the Mexican police and military.

John Lindsay-Poland
Works as the Wage Peace Coordinator of the American Friends Service Committee in San Francisco. He has organized and written about U.S. militarism and human rights in Latin America for more than 30 years, and in June 2016 co-led a delegation to Mexico on human rights and the arms trade.

Linda Sanchez
Works with the American Friends Service Committee in San Francisco as the Coordinator of 67 Sueños, a community program for migrant youth voices, leading them in organizing and advocacy skills building. She participated in the June 2016 AFSC delegation to Mexico.

Host: Bay Area Latin America Solidarity Coalition; presented by AFSC

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/331431340527730/

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OccupyForum presents . . . films from The 9/11 Truth Film Festival (Monday, Sept. 12)

OccupyForum presents…

Monday, September 12th, 2016  from 6 – 9 pm at Global Exchange

2017 Mission Street near 16th Street BART

Information, discussion & community! Monday Night Forum!!

Occupy Forum is an opportunity for open and respectful dialogue

on all sides of these critically important issues!

Films from

The 9/11 Truth Film Festival

The 9/11 Truth Film Festival and the New York City Symposium share the same theme — that the official narrative about 9/11 cannot be true. The terrible events that took place on 9/11 were indeed a crime, but not the crime that we have been led to believe, and during the past 15 years the official narrative has been used as a pretext to commit war crimes. An independent investigation is urgently needed to expose the truth about 9/11.

OccupyForum will choose which of the following films to screen:

“Incontrovertible” – British documentary about producer Tony Rooke makes a strong critique of the official narrative about 9/11, and of the subsequent crimes that have hinged upon an unquestioned belief in this narrative.

“9/11: Decade of Deception” – Canadian documentary chronicling the 2011 Toronto Hearings, highlighting the evidence presented by expert witnesses and the unanimous conclusion of an international panel of distinguished judges that there has not yet been a genuine investigation of 9/11 and that an independent investigation is urgently needed.

“The Demolition of Truth: Psychologists Examine 9/11” – American documentary examining the psychological impact of 9/11, individually and collectively, and what can be learned from the social sciences about healing from this traumatic event.

Donations to OccupyForum to cover our costs are encouraged; no one turned away!

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Dakota Access Pipeline halted! U.S. DOJ sides with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe! (from Ruthie Sakheim)

Department of Justice
Office of Public Affairs

Friday, September 9, 2016

Joint Statement from the Department of Justice, the Department of the Army and the Department of the Interior Regarding Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The Department of Justice, the Department of the Army and the Department of the Interior issued the following statement regarding Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers:

“We appreciate the District Court’s opinion on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act.  However, important issues raised by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and other tribal nations and their members regarding the Dakota Access pipeline specifically, and pipeline-related decision-making generally, remain.  Therefore, the Department of the Army, the Department of Justice, and the Department of the Interior will take the following steps.

The Army will not authorize constructing the Dakota Access pipeline on Corps land bordering or under Lake Oahe until it can determine whether it will need to reconsider any of its previous decisions regarding the Lake Oahe site under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) or other federal laws.  Therefore, construction of the pipeline on Army Corps land bordering or under Lake Oahe will not go forward at this time.  The Army will move expeditiously to make this determination, as everyone involved — including the pipeline company and its workers — deserves a clear and timely resolution.  In the interim, we request that the pipeline company voluntarily pause all construction activity within 20 miles east or west of Lake Oahe.

“Furthermore, this case has highlighted the need for a serious discussion on whether there should be nationwide reform with respect to considering tribes’ views on these types of infrastructure projects.  Therefore, this fall, we will invite tribes to formal, government-to-government consultations on two questions:  (1) within the existing statutory framework, what should the federal government do to better ensure meaningful tribal input into infrastructure-related reviews and decisions and the protection of tribal lands, resources, and treaty rights; and (2) should new legislation be proposed to Congress to alter that statutory framework and promote those goals.

“Finally, we fully support the rights of all Americans to assemble and speak freely.  We urge everyone involved in protest or pipeline activities to adhere to the principles of nonviolence.  Of course, anyone who commits violent or destructive acts may face criminal sanctions from federal, tribal, state, or local authorities.  The Departments of Justice and the Interior will continue to deploy resources to North Dakota to help state, local, and tribal authorities, and the communities they serve, better communicate, defuse tensions, support peaceful protest, and maintain public safety.

“In recent days, we have seen thousands of demonstrators come together peacefully, with support from scores of sovereign tribal governments, to exercise their First Amendment rights and to voice heartfelt concerns about the environment and historic, sacred sites.  It is now incumbent on all of us to develop a path forward that serves the broadest public interest.”

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OccupyForum presents . . . The History of Socialism in America (Monday, Sept. 19)

OccupyForum presents…

Monday, September 19th, 2016  from 6 – 9 pm at Global Exchange

2017 Mission Street near 16th Street BART

Information, discussion & community! Monday Night Forum!!

Occupy Forum is an opportunity for open and respectful dialogue

on all sides of these critically important issues!

The History of Socialism in America:
from Robert Owens’ utopian experiment

of 1825 to Bernie’s political revolution of 2016

By Eugene Ruyle, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology,

Cal State, Long Beach Institute for the Critical Study

of Society in Oakland

As a democratic socialist, Bernie Sanders began a political revolution to transform a political system run by the billionaire class into one that represents working and middle class Americans and creates more opportunity for everyone. This workshop will take a closer look at Bernie’s socialism by placing it within the global context of two centuries of working class struggle against capitalist rule. This will allow a better understanding of how Bernie has adapted socialism to the United States in the Twenty-First Century, and how to improve our struggles for a better world for all humanity. Now that Bernie is no longer a candidate, it’s up to us to continue the struggle.

Gene Ruyle is author of “Rethinking Marxist Anthropology,” and other essays. He is active with the Oscar Grant Committee, Veterans for Peace, and the Peace and Freedom Party.

Q&A and Announcements will follow. Donations to OccupyForum to cover our costs are encouraged; no one turned away!

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American Autumn: What Occupy Did For America – Dennis Trainor Jr.

To commemorate the fifth anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, Lee Camp catches up with “American Autumn” filmmaker and Jill Stein’s past press secretary Dennis Trainor Jr about just how close Occupy Wall Street came to rupturing our corrupt economic system. The two discuss the current political climate, in which people are voting from a place of fear and polls in the mainstream media are capitalizing on that fear. This and more on tonight’s episode of Redacted Tonight VIP.

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“It Can’t Happen Here” at Berkeley Rep

It Can’t Happen Here

It Can’t Happen Here

Adapted by Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen from the novel by Sinclair Lewis
Directed by Lisa Peterson
Main Season · Roda Theatre
September 23–November 6, 2016
World premiere

Written in 1935 during the rise of fascism in Europe, Sinclair Lewis’ darkly satirical It Can’t Happen Here follows the ascent of a demagogue who becomes president of the United States by promising to return the country to greatness. Witnessing the new president’s authoritarian tyranny from the sidelines is a liberal, middle-class newspaper editor from Vermont who is caught in the chaos of social upheaval. Sound familiar? Called “a message to thinking Americans” upon its publication, this eerily prescient book receives a new adaptation just in time for election season.

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Weekly calendar for activists (from Patricia Gray)

There will be an Occupy Anniversary and picnic with open mic on Saturday Sept. 17th.  We will have a chance to meet old friends and discuss future plans.  I think we need to discuss getting ‘political’, as if we were not always trying to change the government to be more attentive to the 99% over the 1%.  Shall we be active in the election in November?  Should we sign a petition to open up the Presidential Debates to more candidates than the corporate two?   Please mark your calendar and plan to attend the anniversary gathering.

Wednesday Sept. 7
1:00 am           19th and Shotwell St.
                       lUIS GONGORA PAT KILLED BY SFPD
                       This is the five month anniversary his death.
12 noon      Glide Church, Ellis and Taylor S.F.
                  NO ON P & U (PEE-YOO!)
                  Please join Seniors and Disability Action and allies in
                  stopping the Realtor funded attacks on affordable housing.
                  Prop P sets another obstacle to affordable housing.
                  Prop U will allow private developers to double the rents
                  at existing and future affordable housing and fuel
                  evictions and displacement.
                  info  tony@sdaction.org
5:00 – 8:00 pm    Intertribal Friendship House
                         523 International Blvd, Oakland
                         PROTECT THE SACRED
                         Join us for a group exhibition of indigenous artivist
                         design.  Protect the Sacred is a voice of protest.
                         The exhibit will be up until Sept.30th.
                         more info by email IFHtomahawk@gmail.com
5:30 – 6:30     Corner of Montgomery and Market St.
                     PEACE VIGIL
                     We must continue to stand for peace as things get
                     more threatening in world affairs.  The United States
                     is involved in more wars than we count and the
                     threat is very real that “we” may attack Russia.
                     sponsored by Code Pink, the World Can’t Wait and
                     the Occupy Action Council
7:00 pm     2969 Mission St. 
                 43 YEARS OF INJUSTICE!
                 Albert Woodbox, one of the Angola 3, was finally released
                 from prison after 43 years in solitary confinement.  He was
                 subjected to horrific abuse for decades for organizing the
                 Black Panther Party inside Angola State Prison.  He will
                 be speaking across the nation, calling for an end to
                 solitary confinement and mass incarceration.  Join us in
                 welcoming this heroic fighter for Justice to San Francisco.
                 sponsored by Answer Coalition.  refreshments will be
                 served.  $5. donation requested–no one turned away for
                 lack of funds.
7:00 – 9:00    Grand Lake Theater   3200 Grand Ave.  Oakland
                    screening and speakers
                    MONEY CAN BUY
                    Premier of Greg Palast’s new documentary with
                    appearances by comic Will Durst, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.,
                    actress Rosario Dawson, Greg Palast and guests.
                    tickets at Brown paper tickets .org
                    advance tickets $15.00 or $18.00 at the door
                    KPFA Benefit
Thursday Sept. 8
9:30 am – 12:30 pm   Alemeda Board of Supervisors
                               2121 Oak St. Oakland
                               DUE PROCESS RESOLUTION HEARING
                               Protect immigrant communities.  Pass the
                               resolution to uphold due process and protect
                               from deportation, criminalization and civil
                               rights violations.
10:00 am      S.F. offices of the Army Corp of Engineers
                    1455 Market St.
                     DAKOTA ACCESS PIPE LINE
                     There will be a press conference and some people
                     will go inside to deliver a letter.
                     Sponsor:  Idle No More
10:00 am  – 2:00 pm    UU Center, 1187 Franklin St. S.F.
                                 TOWN HALL FORUM ON SENIOR ISSUES
                                 Speaker – Senator Mark Leno
                                 topics:  future of Medicare and Social Security
                                             Prescription drug benefit
                                             Health Care for all
                                             Long term support services
                                             safer streets for pedestrians
                                             affordable housing
                                 $10.00 includes lunch and snacks. call
                                           510-663-4086 to register
                                 sponsored by California Alliance for Retired
                                 Americans and Senior and Disability Action
1:00 pm – 10:00 pm     Grand Lake Theater, 3200 Grand Ave. Oakland
                                 9/11 TRUTH FILM FESTIVAL EXPOSING THE
                                 LIE OF THE CENTURY
                                 Speakers and film makers Tony Rooke, Charles
                                 Ering Smith,  Graeme Masc Gween, Peter Phillips,
                                 Mickey Huff, John Meaders, hosted by Bonnie
                                 Faulkner of KPFA Guns and Butter.
                                 details   www.sf911truth.org
                                (I did not write down the price but I am sure it
                                 will be well worth it!)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm     McKesson Plaza,  57 Post St. at Montgomery
                                rally and march to 1455 Market St. to the office
                                of the Army Corp of  Engineers
                                STOP THE DAKOTA PIPELINE!
                                Join the indigenous people to protect the water.
                                March with the people from the camp of Sacred
                                Stones calling for allies to join the protest.
                                info  www.diablorisingup.net
2:30 pm    S.F. City Hall, Board of Supervisors rm 200
                an ordinance for how to remove encampments
                sponsor:  Coalition on Homelessness
4:00 public comment                        City College of San Francisco,
                                                      Multi purpose building on west side of
                                                      Phelan Ave.
6:45 Board of Trustee’s meeting
                               PRIORITIES FOR BALBOA RESERVOIR
                               There is concern that CCSF ‘s interests are not
                               protected.  There is concern that the PUC is
                               using “undue influence or political pressure”
                               against the interests of City College.
6:30     Omni Commons  4799 Shattuck Ave Oakland
           A training for you to learn how to provide first aid to victims
           of gun shot wounds.  Too often help is not there for so long
           that people die—as did Oscar Grant.
           At the training people will get a first aid kit that has gause,
           gloves, and an instruction sheet in English, Spanish and
           more info:  510-239-7722
Friday Sept. 9
8:00 am – 1:00 am       Alameda County Fairgrounds
                                  4501  Pleasanton Ave.  Pleasanton, CA.
                                  event – protest
                                  STOP URBAN SHIELD: MASS MOBILIZATION 
                                   AGAINST MILITARIZATION 
                                  Join us in saying NO to the militarization of our
                                  local police.  People are coming from all over
                                  the state.  Urban Shield is an annual SWAT TEAM
                                  police training and weapons expo that brings
                                  together local, regional and international police.
                                  as well as military units for Israel which trains
                                  local police in methods of crowd control.  They
                                  show ways to colaberate with surveillance, and
                                  increased state violence.
                                  WE MUST RESIT PROGRAMS LIKE URBAN
5:00 pm   rally and press conference      Regency Ball Room
                                                           1290 Sutter St. S.F.
6:00 pm  doors open
                         ROCK AGAINST THE TPP!
                         Featuring Jello Biafra, La Santa Cecilia, Built for
                         the Sea, Ryan Harvey, Bonfire Madrigan, Evan Greer
                         and more!
                         more info:  www.team@fightforthefuture.org
6:00 – 9:00       East Side Arts Alliance   2277 International Blvd
                       Come and build power for resisting displacement in
                       Alameda County.  The Anti eviction Mapping Project
                       and Tenants Together host a night of food, music,
                       conversation and insurgent art.
                       The location has wheel chair access but is not
                       fragrance free.  Please do not wear scents.
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm    Mosswood Park Rec Center
                                corner of Broadway and Mac Arthur right near
                                highway 580
                                PRISON STRIKE BEGINS!
                                Come and make banners on the 45th anniversary
                                of the Attica Uprising.  Prisoners are calling for
                                an end to slavery.
                                Sponsored by Incarcerated Worker’s Organizing
 Saturday Sept. 10
 10:00 am – 12:00 pm  Mid Town Park Apartments
                                 1415 Scott St. San Francisco
                                 COMMUNITY BBQ AND FUNDRAISER
                                 Celebrating one year of tenant struggle and
                                 over 50 years in the Western Addition. Come
                                 join us for an afternoon of food, music and
                                 community/  We have been co cooperatively self
                                 managed but now the city suddenly terminated
                                 our lease to redevelop the complex and evict all
                                 the tenants.  We have been on a rent strike to
                                 save Mid Town.
                                 No one turned away for lack of funds.
                                 SAVE MID TOWN!  They want us out on
                                 September 27th.
1:00 pm      Latham Square  Broadway and Telegraph, Oakland
                  Prison strike against modern day slavery. Prisoners have
                  requested that people make noisy protests in support
                  of their work strike.  It is not just better wages or conditions,
                  it is a strike against white supremacy itself.
                  Bring banners, noise makers, friends and co workers.
                  more info:  510-368-3426
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm     1999 Bryant St. San Francisco
                                a teach in and raining on
                                HOW TO FIGHT THE TPP
                                Featuring national experts and local organizers.
                                Learn about the corporate power grab and get
                                involved in the growing movement to stop it.
                                contact www.team@fightforthefuture.org for
                                questions and RSVP
Monday Sept 12
1:00 pm – 10:00 pm     Grand Lake Theater  3200 Grand Ave. Oakland
                                  9/11 TRUTH FESTIVAL 2016: EXPOSING 
                                  THE LIE OF THE CENTURY
                                  Incontrovertible UK
                                  Decade of Deception  Canada
                                  Demolition of Truth   USA
                                  More info  www.sftruth.org
Tuesday Sept.13
1:00 – 4:00 pm     San Francisco City Hall front stairs
                           MEMORIAL FOR ALEX NIENTO
                           Meet on the front stairs for a press conference
                           and then go to the Board of Supervisor’s meeting.
                           A resolution for a permanent memorial for Alex is
                           being sponsored by Sup. Avolos and David Compos.
                           The memorial is planned on Bernal Heights where
                           he was unlawfully killed by the S.F.P.D.
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Action Council Announcements for Tuesday, Sept 6th & Wednesday, Sept. 7th (from Adrienne Fong)

Send items for posting by Tuesday Noon to: pat1936@gmail.com 


~ Action Council ~

Occupy San Francisco Bulletin Board



Tuesday, September 6

S 6, Tuesday, 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Uplift Her Safety: Women of Color Resisting State Violence in California

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Place

An Art Protest & Self-Defense Rally

We are women of color and allies committed to the safety and human rights of Black, Brown, Indigenous and API women and condemn the multi-layered state violence targeting women and girls of color in California such as police brutality, sexual assault, abuse in prisons/immigration detention centers, historical revisionism and institutional disregard for the deceased.

We’ll take to the steps of City Hall to call attention to six incidents of state violence against women of color and list six correlating demands.

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/957008354405769/

S 6, Tuesday,  5:00pm, Mission Night Walk

Meet at:

City Church
23rd & Capp Streets

We’ll remember all those killed and injured in violence in our neighborhood, stopping as well to remember Amilcar Perez Lopez and Luis Gongora Pat, both killed by SFPD, at the sites where they were killed.

Info: http://webmail.earthlink.net/wam/msg.jsp?msgid=181289&folder=INBOX&isSeen=true&x=1361873185

Wednesday, September 7

S 7, Wednesday, 10:00am – 11:00am, 5 months – Luis Demetrio Góngora Pat Killed by SFPD April 7

19th & Shotwell Sts.

Five months ago on April 7, 2016, Luis Demetrio Góngora Pat was unjustifiably killed by SFPD’s Sgt. Stegner and Officer Mellone at 10am.

Luis was sitting on the ground with his back against the wall when he was first approached by these two officers. Officer Mellone used a bean bag shotgun to hurt him as they yelled commands in English that he could not understand.

Confused, Luis stood up, shielding himself from the hits, and walked towards the street. Even as the fourth bean bag was shot, Sgt. Stegner begun firing his firearm, and Mellone began firing as well.

Sgt. Stegner begun firing his firearm, and Mellone began firing as well. Within less than thirty seconds, the officers had shot four bean bag rounds and seven bullets. Security camera footage, shows the officers firing towards the ground as they walk backwards, given that Luis is already falling to the ground. Luis’s autopsy shows that they murdered him.

Info: FB https://www.facebook.com/events/1092740360808675/

More information about the case: www.justice4luis.org

S 7, Wednesday 5:30pm – 6:30pm, PEACE VIGIL

One Post Street in San Francisco.
(on the steps facing Market Street, below Feinstein’s office,
directly above the Montgomery BART/Muni station)

JOIN CODEPINK, WORLD CAN’T WAIT, OCCUPY SF  and others for our weekly (most Wednesdays)

Focus varies each week on current events / and state of our world.

S 7, Wednesday, 5:30pm, SF Police Commission Meeting

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Place. (usually in room 400)

Hear reports from SFPD Toney Chaplin and updates on the “search for new SF chief of police”

Voice your opinions!

Agenda Site: http://sanfranciscopolice.org/meeting/police-commission-september-7-2016-agenda

S 7, Wednesday, 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Vigil for Amilcar: The waiting and watching continue

Mission Police Station
Valencia & 17th Streets

Weekly vigil – all are welcomed!

Info: http://webmail.earthlink.net/wam/msg.jsp?msgid=181289&folder=INBOX&isSeen=true&x=1361873185


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