Please read down this list of activities and plan to attend at least ONE of them. We are living in ‘interesting’ times and our future is at stake.
Sitting out the election period may allow more awful actions by our corrupt government. We have to get together OUT ON THE STREETS so that the 1% get scared by the 99%.
This is really our only hope for change, especially when our election process is not free and open to all. You know that Bernie won in California, don’t you? The majority of the votes were not counted.
Wednesday, August 17
5:00 to 8:00 pm Alex Pitcher Recreation Area
1800 Oakdale Ave S.F.
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND THE
CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS FOUNDATION
Attend an open house to discuss the Candlestick
Point State Park and the planned improvements.
details: call 415-262-4400
5:30 – 6:30 pm Market St. and Montgomery St. S.F. (near the
office of Diane not so Feinstein)
Gather under the peace banner to stand for peace
and give passers by some political information.
Sponsored by Code Pink, The World Can’t Wait
and the Occupy SF Action Council
6:00 – 9:00 pm Gordon Lau School
950 Clay St. San Francisco
SEARCH FOR S.F. CHIEF OF POLICE
Public hearing to discuss what is wanted for a
new Police Chief—(like heeding the voice of
the people for real reform in that department)
6:00 – 9:00 pm Mission Police Station, 17th St and Valencia St.
THE WAITING AND WATCHING CONTINUE
District Attorney Gascon—Do the right thing and
charge officers with MURDER!
Thursday Aug. 18
9:00 am – 3:00 pm California Governor’s Mansion
16th and H Street, Sacramento
EQUAL JUSTICE RALLY AND PROTEST
Come and demand that the Police Bill of
Rights be repealed. Come and support
families whose loved ones have been killed
by police. In an ACLU research program they
found that in a six year period ending in 2014,
there were 610 instances of law enforcement
committing homicide “in the process of arrest”.
Come and DEMAND that the racist Peace
Officers Bill of Rights be repealed.
sponsored by Families United Against Police
6:00 – 9 pm Mission High School Cafeteria 3750 18th St. S.F.
SEARCH FOR A NEW S.F. POLICE CHIEF
A public meeting to discuss what is needed by
a new Chief Of Police in San Francisco.
Friday August 19
5:00 pm Grace Fellowship Community Church
3265 16th St. (near Dolores St)
FRIDAY’S MISSION NIGHT WALK
Gather at the Church and we will remember all those
killed and injured in our neighborhood. We will stop at
Mission Police Station to remember Amilcar Perez Lopez,
and Luis Gongora Pat–both killed by the SFPD.
Saturday August 20
1:00 – 4:00 pm 944 Central Blvd. Hayward
HAYWARD COMMUNITY MEETING
On May 23, 2014 James Nate Greer was detained
and tased repeatedly while he was on his stomach.
He was then placed in a full body WRAP . He
stopped breathing and died.
This is a free event and we invite all to join us
in ending police brutality in our community.
There will be food, friendship and entertainment.
1:30 – 4:00 pm UU Church 1187 Franklin St. S.F.
REELS OF INJUSTICE FILM FESTIVAL
On the anniversary of the Ferguson Uprising
we will show these films:
Policing the Police, Broken on all sides,
Solitary Nation and 3 and 1/2 minutes–ten bullets
Sponsored; SFUU Human Rights Working group _________________________________________________________
Sunday August 21
11:00 – 2:00 Corner of Valencia and 24th St. San Francisco
2 blocks from 24th St and Mission BART
SUNDAY STREETS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Join Medicare For All people to help collect
post cards in support of Medicare for All.
Call Don Bechler, chairperson for Single Payer
Now at 415-810-5826 if you can help so he will
bring enough materials for all.
11:00 – 5:00 759 59th St. Oakland
BEYOND # OCCUPY ART BUILD
Come and build some secret art for the gathering.
Come for a short time or a long time. We will have
snacks and laughs.
Monday August 22
10:00 pm Department of Homeland Security
650 Sansome St S.F.
DIGNITY NOT DETENTION BAY AREA VIGIL
Join us outside the ICE building as we demand
just and humane treatment of people detained. We
also call for an end to profiting off the detention of