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(Wednesday, February 1 – Sunday, February 5)
Wednesday, February 1
8:00 am Montgomery BART Station, San Francisco
NO DAPL, WELLS FARGO ACTION
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.
TAKE ACTION TO REIGN IN SKYROCKETING COST OF HEALTH CARE
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 —
https://theintercept.com/2017/01/31/secret-docs-reveal-president-trump-has-inherited-an-fbi-with-vast-hidden-powers/ (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.
HOMEFRONT RESISTANCE: SF IN THE AGE OF TRUMP/SFV – GENERAL MEETING
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
sponsor San Francisco Vision
6:00 – 8:00 pm Redstone Labor Temple, 2940 16th St. S.F.
HOW IMMIGRATION POLICY AND TRADE
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
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: http://us6.campaign-archive2.com/?u=1cffc40a58193b3d538400764&id=68760c608b&e=6b241a1fbd
Wednesday, 6:00pm Shut Down Milo at UC Berkeley – #ShutDownMilo
UC Berkeley – MLK Student Union, 2nd Floor
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
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
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
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
PEACE STRATEGY DISCUSSION
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
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
HERE TO STAY, NO BANS NO WALLS!
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
*accessibility for people with disabilities
*stop U.S. Empire
organized by #4South City
7:00 pm 2969 Mission St. S.F.
PSL Public Forum
STOP TRUMP’S PROGRAM FROM BECOMING A
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.
HOUSING FOR ALL: A TOWN HALL MEETING
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.
FREE COMMUNITY SELF DEFENSE
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.
UNITED AGAINST TRUMP
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)
SINGLE PAYER NOW PANEL DISCUSSION
speakers: Barry Hermanson, Norma Myers, Murrey Pender,
Brian Stompe and Don Beckler
TRUMP AGAINST AMERICA’S HEALTH
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
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)
PEOPLE’S TOWN HALL AT FEINSTEIN’S –
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: FAMILIES UNITED FOR JUSTICE
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.