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Martin Longman is the web editor for the Washington Monthly and the main blogger at Booman Tribune.

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New Announcements: Mon. 2/6; Tue.2/7; Wed. 2/8 (from Adrienne Fong)

Send Items for Announcements to Pat by Tuesday: 

New Announcements

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday

Monday, February 6

Monday, 9:00am – 1:00pm, Free Tashi Weanchuk Protest

Consulate General of China – San Francisco
1450 Laguna (@ Geary Blvd)

Tibetan shopkeeper, Tashi Wangchuk, 31, was detained on January 27, 2016, after appearing in a New York Times video in which he advocated for the rights of Tibetans to learn and study in their mother tongue. In March, 2016, he was charged with “inciting separatism,” and faces up to 15 years in prison, despite his clear statement not calling for Tibetan Independence.

PETITION urging world leaders to call on China to immediately release Tashi Wangchuk:

Sponsor: Students For A Free Tibet – West


Monday, 4:30pm – 6:30pm, Friends of the Public Bank of Oakland Meeting

Small Wonder Café (probably upstairs)
37 Grand Ave.

Promote Public Bank in Oakland!

The Friends of the Public Bank of Oakland was formed by members of Commonomics and Strike Debt Bay Area in August, 2016.

In November, they succeeded in getting the Oakland City Council to instruct the city Administrator to report on the usefulness of a feasibility study for creating The Public Bank of Oakland.

Goal is to convince the City Council to commission that study ASAP.


Monday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, OccupyForum: Standing Rock: Every Footfall is a Prayer” – Rev. Meg Whitaker-Greene

Black and Brown Social Club
474 Valencia St

The Reverend Meg Whitaker-Greene will reflect on her trips in November and December to Oceti Sakawin where the “Black Snake” has been (now, under Trump, it appears only temporarily) stopped. The Bismarck Mandan Unitarian Universalist Church and Fellowship plays an essential part in supporting this movement led by First Persons of the North American Continent to save our water and earth.

Monday, 6:30pm – 7:30pm, The Drone Memos

World Affairs
312 Sutter St, Suite, 200

Cost: $20.00

Speaker: Jameel Jaffer

President Obama staked his first presidential campaign on a principled opposition to the Iraq War and a restrained, humble view of the use of US power abroad. However, looking back on the past eight years, the same administration has also grown the US drone program, with bombings in Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq and Libya.

Jameel Jaffer, renowned civil litigator, led the ACLU legal team that fought for the US government to release the documents underlying the government’s legal and policy framework for its drone program. Jaffer evaluates these “drone memos” in light of domestic and international law. He connects the documents’ legal abstractions to the real-world violence they sanction, and makes the case that we are trading core principles of democracy and human rights for the illusion of security.


Monday, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, Real Life Story About Japanese Internment in a Kids Book

The Green Arcade
1680 Market St.

Laura Atkins & Stan Yogi, present their new book Fred Korematsu Speaks Up, which chronicles ther real life story of Fred Korematsu, whose family was forced into internment when the U.S. went to war with Japan, and required all people of Japanese ancestry to leave their homes and move to prison camps.

Fred refused to go and was put in jail for resisting.

Book is written for school-aged children.

Info: 415-431-6800 or

Monday, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, Teachers with white boards: The Trump Years

Notable House
189 Ellsworth

Join teachers for an in-service on how to use dry erase pens, white board, and any question students pose regarding power.

The pens represent “people power”, use it or lose it: the white board represents time and place; the question is “Who controls the white board?’ Enhance critical thinking and spark profound, reflective discussions.

Supper provided.


Tuesday, February 7

Tuesday, 10:00am, Luis Demetrio Góngora Pat’s,  10th Month Anniversary of Being Killed by SFPD

Luis’s Altar
Shotwell (nr. 19th Street)

Luis’s 10th Month anniversary of being killed by Nate Seger and Michael Mellone. We will honor Luis’s memory, and also speak about our project.

Tuesday, 12 Noon – 1:00pm, Resist Trump Tuesdays: #DrainChase

Chase Bank
595 Market St.

Trump’s swamp of banker and billionaire cabinet members is just the beginning. His latest executive order Friday, issued the same day Chase Bank CEO Jamie Dimon joined Trump’s first advisory council mtg, opens the way to slashing regulations on big banks that were enacted to prevent a repeat of the 2008 banking meltdown and Great Recession. While banks got a $700 billion bailout, thousands of us lost their homes.

Join us for #ResistTrumpTuesdays to stop the swamp from spreading. Our banking system, like our healthcare, or our public education, is not for sale.

Tell Chase: stop collaborating with hate.

Sponsor: Bay Resistance


Tuesday, 5:30pm – 7:30pm, Resisting Trump: Protect Our Communities and Fight for Socialism

SF Main Library
Koret Auditorium
100 Larkin St.

Join National DSA organizer Hannah Allison for an interactive discussion and skills training. She will discuss the role a multi-racial, feminist movement for socialism can play in defeating Trump’s hate-filled agenda.

Hannah is an organizer, educator, and social worker from rural North Carolina. She has nine years of experience organizing in community, labor, and environmental organizations. She is an adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Social Services at Fordham University

Sponsor: Democratic Socialist of America – San Francisco


Tuesday, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Valor: 3rd Annual Veteran Documentary Corps Premiere

Coppola Theater, SFSU, Fine Arts 101
1600 Holloway Ave.

SF State’s Veteran Documentary Corps premieres short films sharing military veterans’ stories of courage and resilience. Stories include a prisoner of war, a U.S. Congresswoman, a conscientious objector and a Purple Heart recipient. Free.

The Veteran Documentary Corps project, led by Professor Daniel Bernardi, empowers filmmakers from around the world to tell true stories about the veteran experience to other veterans and global citizens alike

Limited Seating – RSVP sfsudocfilm [at]

Wednesday, February 8

Wednesday, 6pm, From the Mission to Gascon’s House: This week’s vigil for Amilcar

Meet at 6:00pm:

Corner of Casitas and Cresta Vista Drive (nr. Mt. Davidson)
San Francisco

To carpool from the Mission: Meet at 5:30pm (to offer / hitch a ride)

In front of Mission Police Station
Valencia & 17th St.

People have been holding vigils most Wednesday’s outside the Mission Police Station for over 40 weeks.

It’s been almost two years since SFPD officers fired six bullets to Amilcar’s back when he was running for his life.
Almost two years! And DA Gascon still has not charged the officers with murder, has not brought this case to court!
This Wednesday our weekly vigil moves to the DA’s house!

In the spirit of the Water Protectors at Standing Rock, some of us will be praying that Gascon does what he knows is right.

But whether praying or not, our message–to him, his neighbors, and anyone who will listen–remains:

DA Gascon: Let us have our day in court! Charge the officers who killed Amilcar with murder!



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“150 Activists Hold 2nd Feinstein Town Hall” by Michael Petrelis

San Francisco constituents urge Senator Dianne Feinstein to vote no on all upcoming Trump nominees.

A robust speak-out against the Trump agenda and his nominees took place on Sunday, February 5 for ninety minutes and it was the second town hall held at Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s mansion in Pacific Heights.

It’s was inspiring seeing folks hoist the enormous rainbow flag over their heads and holding powerful political posters, and parade down the public step leading to her home where democracy in action took place.

Many thanks to everyone who showed up. You were a co-organizer of the event via your presence and participation, whether you spoke or not.
Special gratitude goes out to Mirka Morales for creating this visual news report on the town hall!

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OccupyForum presents . . . Standing Rock: “Every Footfall is a Prayer” with The Reverend Meg Whitaker-Greene

OccupyForum presents…

Monday, February 6th, 2017 from 6 – 9 pm

at The Black and Brown Social Club

474 Valencia between 15th and 16th Streets, near 16th/Mission 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!

Standing Rock:

“Every Footfall is a Prayer”
with The Reverend Meg Whitaker-Greene

The Reverend Meg Whitaker-Greene will reflect on her trips in November and December to Oceti Sakawin where the “Black Snake” has been (now, under Trump, it appears only temporarily) stopped. The Bismarck Mandan Unitarian Universalist Church and Fellowship plays an essential part in supporting this movement led by First Persons of the North American Continent to save our water and earth.

The Rev. Meg Whitaker-Greene, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, is a graduate of Starr King School for the Ministry where she formerly served as Adjunct Faculty. She has served as Minister to four UU Congregations. Her psychotherapy experience includes successful facilitation to heal post-traumatic stress, historic trauma, and issues being experienced by couples, families, and individuals. She has been Clinical Supervisor of the Native American Counseling Center in San Francisco. She is a graduate of The Reverend Dr. Jeremy Taylor’s Dreamworker Institute. She presently leads Dream Groups and does short term counseling in her private practice.

Support Standing Rock!

As the banner at the entrance of our collective home proclaims, the Bismarck-Mandan Unitarian Universalist congregation is “Standing with Standing Rock.” As a Lakota nation, Standing Rock peacefully and prayerfully proclaims that water is life and, since September 30, 2014, has asserted that the Dakota Access Pipeline would threaten Lakota ways of life ­– past, present, and future. We respect these declarations by Standing Rock, as well as Standing Rock’s sovereignty in making them. It is our honor to stand with Standing Rock, our neighbor and our friend.

Are you wondering how you can support the Water Protectors at Standing Rock? There are some great ways you can help!

Oceti Sakowin is the “big camp” at Standing Rock. The easiest and most direct way to support the camp is to donate at The Medic and Healer Council is busy keeping folks at camp safe & healthy this winter. You can donate to them at

Time will be allotted for announcements.

Donations to Occupy Forum to cover costs are encouraged; no one turned away!

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Stopping Fascism: Understanding What Happened and What to Do About It: Reading and Film List (by Ruthie Sakheim)





Hey Everyone!

If you are like me, you have shortened your attention span and do a lot of your reading online, clicking and skimming. To be a leader of the Black Panther Party, the reading requirement was 2 hours of reading per day. I’m committing to one hour per day! Here’s a list compiled from some of our Movement luminaries. Feel free to send me titles to add to the next one going out.

We need to understand what’s happening in a deep way while we fight it with all we got.

xoxo Ruthie

Stopping Fascism: Understanding What Happened and What to Do About It:

Reading / Film List

  • “From Dictatorship to Democracy” (Roadmap for how to fight tyrants, demagogues, and dictators) Gene Sharpe
  • Black Lives Matter program (Campaign Zero)

  • Black Panther 10-point program

  • George blogs

Film: “The Brainwashing of my Dad”  Jen Senko

  • “The Mass Psychology of Fascism” Wilhelm Reich
  • “The End of Protest” Micah White
  • “New World of Indigenous Resistance” at City

“What then must we do?” 2013 2013 Gar Alperovitz

“Viking Economics” George Lakey

“Doing Democracy” Bill Moyer

“The Best Democracy Money Can Buy” Greg Palast

“Vulture’s Picnic”

  • The Shock Doctrine” Naomi Klein

“A Force More Powerful” Ackerman and Duvall

  • Film: “HEIST” by Donald Goldmacher

Strangers in Their Own Land by  Hochschild

  • Film: Bringing Down a Dictator

Bringing Down A Dictator is a 56-minute documentary film by Steve York about the nonviolent defeat of Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic.

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“Protests won’t stop Trump. We need a movement that transforms into a party” by Micah White

‘The end of protest is not the absence of protest.’ Photograph: Yana Paskova/Getty Images

The marches will remain ineffective as long as we aren’t capable of moving from the streets to governing locally and nationally


The astonishing triumph of Donald Trump can be traced to the bitter defeat of Occupy Wall Street, a pro-democracy movement that transcended left and right, sparking unrest in hundreds of cities and rural towns in 2011. Occupy’s consensus-based encampments demanded that President Obama get money out of politics. Instead, we got mercilessly smashed by his progressive administration. Now the dark irony of history is bashing back.

Trump – an uber-wealthy, partially self-financed candidate who promises to “drain the swamp” – was elected president just one week before the fifth anniversary of Mayor Bloomberg’s eviction of the Zuccotti Park encampment. President-elect Trump, a charismatic strongman with an autocratic temperament, is not what millions of Occupiers were dreaming of when we took to the streets against the monied corruption of our democracy.

Now, as the nation experiences a disturbing rise of hate crimes against the groups singled out by Trump during his campaign, protests descending into riots are rocking our cities. These visceral protests will undoubtedly continue into 2017. Celebrated progressive Kshama Sawant, a socialist councilwoman in Seattle, has already called on people to disrupt Trump’s inauguration in January.

At the same time, despite the excitement of seeing militants marching in the cities, leftist activist networks are buzzing with the painful realization that contemporary protest is broken. The dominant tactic of getting people into the streets, rallying behind a single demand and raising awareness about an injustice simply does not result in the desired social change.

Nominally democratic governments tolerate protest because elected representatives no longer feel compelled to heed protest. The end of protest is not the absence of protest. The end of protest is the proliferation of ineffective protests that are more like a ritualized performance of children than a mature, revolutionary challenge to the status quo.

Activists who rush into the streets tomorrow and repeat yesterday’s tired tactics will not bring an end to Trump nor will they transfer sovereign power to the people. There are only two ways to achieve sovereignty in this world. Activists can win elections or win wars. There is no third option.

Protest can play an important role in winning elections or winning wars but protest alone is insufficient. Just think of the three years many activists spent on Black Lives Matter versus the 18 months it took Trump to sweep into power. It is magical thinking, and a dangerously misguided strategy, for activists to continue to act as if the masses in the streets can attain a sovereignty over their governments through a collective manifestation of the people’s general will. This may have been true in the past, but is not true today.

What is to be done now? American activists must move from detached indignation to revolutionary engagement. They must use the techniques that create social movements to dominate elections.

The path forward is revealed in the rallying cry of the people in the streets: “Not My President!” This protest slogan is eerily similar to the one used by Spain’s 15-M Movement of indignados who set up anti-establishment general assemblies in May of 2011 and chanted “No Nos Representan!” (“You Don’t Represent Us!”) during their election. Their assemblies inspired the birth of Occupy. But when the refusal of the indignados to participate in the election resulted in a shocking victory for Spain’s right wing, the movement’s activists and supporters quickly internalized an important lesson that Americans must now embrace.

Realizing that new forms of social protest are better equipped to win elections than disrupt elections, many of the indignados transformed themselves into Podemos, a hybrid movement-party that is now winning elections and taking power. A similar story can be told of the Pirate party in Iceland, or the 5 Star Movement in Italy or the pan-European Diem25. Focus on the form, not the content, of these hybrid movement-parties: their organizing style is the future of global protest.

Concretely speaking, activists must reorient all efforts around capturing sovereignty. That means looking for places where sovereignty is lightly held and rarely contested, like rural communities. Or targeting sovereign positions of power that are not typically seen as powerful, such as soil and water district boards or port commissions. Protests will remain ineffective as long as there is no movement-party capable of governing locally and nationally.

This is a struggle for sovereignty. The endgame is a populist movement-party that wins elections in multiple countries in order to carry out a unified agenda worldwide. The spark for this electoral movement is bound to emerge from an unexpected place.

It could start from a women-led backlash against the pack of patriarchsgoverning the globe: Putin in Russia, Erdoğan in Turkey, Duterte in the Philippines, Xi in China and now Trump in America. Or maybe activists will start moving into neglected rural cities – low-population areas of America – and prepare to sweep city council elections. That is the strategy I’m pursuing in Nehalem, Oregon, where I recently ran for mayor. In any case, avoid falling for the exhausting delusion of endless urban protest or the nihilistic fantasy of winning an insurrectionary war.

The difficult path of merging innovative protest, social movements and electoral parties is the only viable way forward. And with only two years until the next election in America, there is no time to waste.

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New Announcements (from Adrienne Fong)

New Announcements 

Friday, February 3 

Friday, 12 Noon, “Mothers On The March Against Police Murders”

Hall of Justice (outside)
850 Bryant St.

A weekly action by Black & Brown United Against Police Murders


Friday, 7:00pm, Locked in Solidarity – CCDA’s National Awareness and Action Day on Mass Incarceration

Church of the Sojourners
1129 Florida St.

An evening focused on the issue of mass incarceration. Watani Stiner and Troy Williams, both engaging speakers and storytellers, both of whom spent many years behind the walls of San Quentin State Prison, will speak about the impact that mass incarceration has on families in particular. This is an evening for those who are already well informed on this subject as well as for those who are seeking to learn more

Sponsor: Church of the Sojourners

Info: file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Administrator/My%20Documents/Downloads/LIS.pdf  or

Saturday, February 4

Saturday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Community Memorial and BBQ: Yuvette Henderson 2nd Angelversary

Lake Merritt Amphitheater

On Friday February 3rd, it will be two years since Yuvette Henderson was murdered by Emeryville police. On Saturday February 4th, family and community members will gather for a memorial and BBQ.

Please bring a dish to share.

Sponsor: APTP


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Announcements: Feb 1 – Feb 5 (from Adrienne Fong)

Send Items for Announcements to Pat by Tuesday: 


(Wednesday, February 1 – Sunday, February 5)


Wednesday, February 1

8:00 am            Montgomery BART Station, San Francisco


Join us to deliver a petition to the banks demanding
that they do not finance the oil pipe line.

sponsored by Rainforest Action, Idle No More,
Lakota People’s project, Bay Area
Friends of the Earth


3:00 – 5:00 pm       Milton Marks Auditorium, 455 Golden Gate Ave.
lower level, S.F.


Over the last ten years insurance rates have tripled.
Now Trump wants to get rid of Obama Care.  We
need to tell our elected officials that health care\
is a top issue. Take action to rein in skyrocketing
costs of health care.  The meeting is open to the
public due to Senate Bill 546.  It gives us the
opportunity to tell officials how price rises hurt us
and our families.

sponsor  Calif Labor Federation


Wednesday, 5:00pm. SF Police Commission Meeting

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Place (Rm. 400 – 4th Floor)

On the agenda is: the SFPD-FBI relationship in the local Joint Terrorism Task Force


Article: Glenn Greenwald’s The Intercept —  (Thanks to John Crew)

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

At the huge PEACE banner  One Post Street in San Francisco. (on the steps facing Market Street, below Feinstein’s office,  directly above the Montgomery BART/Muni station) If it’s raining, we’ll be in the plaza between the stairways leading to/from Muni/BART from/to Montgomery Street. (just below the steps where we normally hold our vigils). Join Codepink, World Can’t Wait and Occupy Action Council

6:00 – 8:00 pm       Women’s Building   3543 18th St. S.F.


Attend this special meeting of San Francisco
Vision to create a plan to resist the Trump agenda
in San Francisco.  We will focus on housing and
homelessness.  We hope you will join us for this
important event.

sponsor  San Francisco Vision


6:00 – 8:00 pm        Redstone Labor Temple,  2940 16th St.  S.F.


                             POLICY ARE LINKED

Speaker  David Bacon

David is a California writer and documentary
photographer.  A former labor organizer, he
documents labor, war and migration and the and
the criminalization of migrants. His latest book is
The Right to Stay Home discussing alternatives
to forced migration and the criminalization of

sponsor,  Lilving Wage Coalition

info  415-863-1225

Wednesday, 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Not forgetting! This week’s vigil for Amilcar Perez-Lopez Mission Police StationValencia & 17th St.San Francisco With our new law-and-order president, it’s all the more important we keep stories like Amilcar’s alive. We can’t let SFPD forget what they did! DA Gascon: Let us have our day in court! Info:    

Wednesday, 6:00pm  Shut Down Milo at UC Berkeley – #ShutDownMilo

UC Berkeley – MLK Student Union, 2nd Floor
Pauley Ballroom

No Milo Yiannopoulos at UC Berkeley!

Remember College Republicans have links to Nazis!

Milo Yiannopoulos is a spokesperson for the newly activated far right, an Islamophobic writer for Breitbart, a leader of the Gamergate sexual harassment campaign, and a figurehead for some of the most hateful right-wing elements in Trump’s camp

Unite Against Racism, Misogyny, and Bigotry!

Sponsor: Berkeley Socialist Students



Thursday, Feb. 2

Thursday, 9:00am – 10:00am, Sean Moore Bail Hearing

Hall of Justice
850 Bryant St., First Floor,, Department 9
San Francisco

Come support Sean Moore and his family. Mr. Moore’s bail is set at $2 Million. He was assaulted then shot by SFPD in his own home for being black. He needs medical treatment, not incarceration. He was to critically ill to make the first hearing on 1/25/17.


Thursday, 10:00am, Halt Militarization of Police & Overuse of SWAT Teams: Attend SF Supervisors Budget & Finance Cmte. Hearing

SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Place, Rm. 263
San Francisco

Your presence will show support to curtail militarized policing.

San Francisco is the fiscal sponsorship of Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) in the Bay Area.  UASI sponsors the annual Urban Shield SWAT Team exercises and arms bazaar.

It is time for San Francisco to provide oversight on how these Department of Homeland Security funds are spent.  This is the point at which San Francisco will decide on its relationship to Urban Shield – it is not a random meeting.

Support an amendment excluding funding for the annual Urban Shield exercise to the resolution authorizing the City to apply for Department of Homeland Security funds.

This is item #7 on the agenda.

If you cannot make the Thursday meeting, please phone the three Committee members or their aides and politely urge them to exclude Urban Shield from the funding request.

Supervisor                           District               Aide                                     Phone                        Email

Malia Cohen 10 Brittni Chicuata 554-7670
Norman Yee 7 Jen Low 554-6521
Katy Tang 4 Dyanna Quizon 554-7460

Info: Stephen McNeil  – AFSC

7:30 pm       Peace Action Office   2201 Broadway, Oakland
(enter on 22nd St.)   2nd floor conference room
3 blocks from 19th St. BART


This will be an informal roundtable discussion on how
can we build Beloved Communities based on peace
and social justise?  Come with your ideas on international
peace mongering!

sponsors   National officers of Peace Action



Friday February 3, 2017

4:00 – 6:00 pm        South San Francisco City Hall

400 Grand Avenue, South City


Come to a rally in front of City Hall to show
solidarity with all oppressed people.  Currently
under attack are immigrants, Muslims, women,
and queer persons.

Our points of unity are:

*no human being is illegal
*education is a right
*no history is illegal–ethnic studies for all students
*living wage
*accessibility for people with disabilities
*stop U.S. Empire

organized by #4South City


7:00 pm          2969 Mission St.  S.F.

PSL Public Forum



Trump wants to end Obama Care, restrict Muslim
immigration and build a wall on the Mexican border.

Refreshments will be served


Saturday February 4

10:00 am     Mission YMCA   4080 Mission St. S.F.


The housing crisis continues.  The rent for a one bedroom
apt. is $3,490.00 a month.  The median home value is
more than $1,100.000.  evictions continue to rise.


Assembly Member David Chin
State Senator Scott Weiner
members of the community and YOU.

sponsored by ACCE – Alliance of Californians for  Community Empowerment


1:00-2:30pm   Quantum Martial Arts.  2390 Mission St.


Master Rachael Evans has been teaching martial arts
for over thirty years.  Wear loose comfortable clothes and
bring a water bottle.  Come and learn how to keep yourself


1:00 -3:00pm   Women’s Building, 3543 18th St. S.F.


Come and speak out against racism and Bigotry.  Unite to
support women. immigrants, people of color, LGBTI and the
poor against hate.

Sponsor   S.F. United Against Trump


3:00 pm    518 Valencia St.   (at 16th St. near BART)


speakers:  Barry Hermanson, Norma Myers, Murrey Pender,
Brian Stompe and Don Beckler


Trump and Congress want to gut the Affordable Care Act,
Privatize Medicare, cut back Medicade and privatize the
the Veterans Administration.  Trump atacks means more
costs for the 99% and more profits for the 1%.

Sponsor   Single Payer Now

Saturday, 3:00pm – 6:00pm, NoBanNoWallSF 

Civic Center Plaza
355 McAllister
San Francisco

Join the Resistance Against Donald Trump’s racist and exclusionary Executive Orders. We will not allow our country to be divided by hate and religious persecution. Join us in sharing your immigration stories and standing in solidarity with all our brothers and sisters.

We stand with our undocumented brothers and sisters. We stand with our refugee brothers and sisters. We stand with our immigrant brothers and sisters. This event is peaceful and inclusive and will not tolerate any violence or hate speech.

Program still being finalized.



Sunday February 5

10:00 am – 3:00 pm      8032 MacArthur Blvd  Oakland


People skool is an intensive weekend for people
with race, class and/or formal education to learn
from poverty sholary about the frame work for
communities reparations.  With theater, verse,
ritmo and poetry.

Sunday’s program is specifically for folks with
race, and/or class and/or formal education


3:00 pm              2470 Lyon St. S.F. (home of Senator Feinstrein)


                          TELL TRUMP NO!

Our message is simple and powerful for Feinstein to
vote against Jeff Sessions for US Attorney General.

sponsored by People’s Town Hall Project


3:30 pm      5600 3rd St. S.F.


Open Circle is taking steps to repeal the law enforcement
officers Bill of Rights.  President Trump wants police
officers to have more racial profiling, more stop and
frisk and more killer cops and zero accountability.  We
need to work together on this issue.  This is a pot luck
event.  Please feel free to bring a dish, snack or (non
alcoholic)  drink to share.

Armstrong Place is at the corner of Armstrong across
from MLK park.


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