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A. Ex-Oakland Councilmember says he was forcibly arrested while complaining to planning dept. – October 20, 2019
B. The “Ceasefire” Is a Deadly Fraud – October 19, 2019
C. Hundreds of Doctors to March to White House to Demand End to Trump Administrations ‘Inhumane’ Treatment of Migrants – October 18, 2019
D. Advocates fear mass suicide at ICE facility in Southern NM – October 17, 2019
E. UN Envoy: Assange Subjected to Torture, Violations of Due Process Rights – October 16, 2019
F. Failures in Fukushima nuclear plant management exposed as thousands of contaminated bags go missing – October 14, 2019
1. Tell Chairman Neal to invest in clean renewable technology, not dirty nuclear energy!
Monday, October 21
1. Monday, 8:00am – 9:30am, Protest Suzy Loftus’s first day as interim SF District Attorney! (New)
Hall of Injustice
850 Bryant St.
Stand with ‘Mothers on the March Against Police Murders’ in protest of Suzy Loftus! Monday will be Suzy’s first day as interim SF District Attorney.
On October 4th, Suzy was appointed by SF Mayor Breed as SF interm District Attorney, after George Gascon resigned the position effective on October 18th.
Suzy is one of four candidates running for San Francisco District Attorney in the November election. This action by Mayor Breed is undemocratic and also raises issues of Loftus’s integrity.
While she was president of the SF Police Commission, Suzy Loftus, turned a blind eye to racist murders by SFPD. To name a few victims, Mario Woods, Jessica Nelson-Williams, Alex Nieto, Luis Gongora Pat, Amilcar Perez-Lopez. To this day none of the cops have been charged with murder.
When SFPD was exposed for sharing racist, sexist, and homophobic texts, Loftus once again did nothing to hold SFPD accountable.
All are welcomed to stand up for JUSTICE in San Francisco!
2. Monday, 1:45pm – 5:15pm, Rally: Housing for SF Workers! (New)
SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl.
1:45pm – Rally on City Hall Steps
After the rally: Land Use Committee meeting – please come to give public comment in support of the legislation! City Hall, Room 250 (the hearing starts at 1:30pm, but this item is further down the agenda)
The proposed law would increase fees on office developments to pay for more affordable housing in the city and help fix the imbalance between housing affordability and the jobs and wage levels created in our current development boom.
Hosts: Jobs with Justice –SF + 4 Others
3. Monday, 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Stand with Refugio and Elvira Nieto – Monthly gathering at Alex Nieto’s altar
Public transportation # 67 MUNI. Catch it on 24th St. at Mission across from McDonalds
On the monthly anniversary of Alex’s murder, gather with the Nieto’s at Alex’s altar site on Bernal Hill.
All are welcomed
On March 21, 2014, Alejandro “Alex” Nieto, 28 years old, was killed when he was struck by 14 to 15 bullets (of a total of 59 shots) fired by four San Francisco Police Department officers, on Bernal Hill Park, without justification. The officers who killed Alex Nieto are: Sgt. Jason Sawyer (then lieutenant. He is also the killer of John Smart in 1998!), Officer Roger Morse, Officer Richard Schiff, and Officer Nathan Chew.
4. Monday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Do No Harm Coalition – Debate with candidates for DA (Protest @ 5pm – of Suzy Loftus)
Byers Auditorium, Genentech Hall
250 Campus Way (Mission Bay)
San Francisco, CA 94158
5:00pm Protest of Suzy Loftus as interim DA – Meet in front of the venue– all are welcomed to stand with Mothers on the March Against Police Murders
RSVP – dinner included – Open to public
Questions will be community/audience-submitted!
5. Monday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Center for Social Economic Justice discussion forum
Redstone Labor Temple
2940 16th Street, Rm. 217
Join us for presentations by –
Rachel West (Crossroads Women’s Center)
Racial Equality, Human Rights, Immigrant Rights, Women’s Rights, and LGBT Rights
Brigitte Davila (City College Board of Trustees) Quality Public Education through College
Francisco Herrera (Trabajo Cultural Caminante) Cultural Resistance and Public Funding for the Arts
Ted Lewis (Global Exchange)
Host: Alliance for Social and Economic Justice, 415-863-1927, email@example.com
Tuesday, October 22
6. Tuesday, 12:30pm – 1:30pm, Boycott Manny’s – Weekly protest
16th & Valencia St. (outside)
From Black & Brown For Justice Peace and Equality / Mothers On The March Against Police Murders.
Why Are We Boycotting Manny’s?
The owner of Manny’s is occupying a place that the Latino community fought for! Residents of the Mission community have fought for many years to make sure that community organizations create venues/space that would benefit the black and brown community. We believe that this should be a cultural center for the youth of this area, especially at a time when so many are being displaced.
The owner of Manny’s also supports the occupation of Palestine by a so-called Zionist state of Israel that is committing genocide of the Palestinian People. Zionist also are involved with training police in the US and in other countries – like the Philippines
Support the BDS movement!
All are welcome to join us, Stop the Displacement of Black and Brown People from the Mission, help us denounce Zionism and help raise awareness of the GENOCIDE of the Palestinian People by the state of Israel.
7. Tuesday, 3:00pm – 4:30pm, Hearing on Status of SFPD Reform Implementation (See NOTE)
SF City Hall
1 Dr. Carleton B. Goodlett Pl, Room 250
3:00pm – Hearing begins followed by public comment
Join the SF Board of Supervisors at 3pm on October 22nd to hear presentations from SFPD Chief William Scott and the California Department of Justice on the implementation status for the 272 recommendations for the SF Police Department, in the areas of use of force, bias, community policing, accountability, and recruitment, hiring, and personnel practices. It has been over 2 years since there was an update at the Board of Supervisors on the status of these critical reforms, and it’s long past due that the community hears from the department.
NOTE: 12Noon – 3:00pm Press Conference DOJ COPS Hearing
Press Conf. will be held on the steps of City Hall (outside)
Host of press conference: Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community – Justice 4 Mario Woods
Info for Press Conf: https://www.facebook.com/events/2558784324229443/
Info for hearing from Legislative Aide to BoS
8. Tuesday, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, The Lie of Global Prosperity: How Neoliberals Distort Data to Mask Poverty and Exploitation
The Green Arcade
1689 Market St.
Seth Donnelly’s new book The Lie of Global Prosperity: How Neolilberals Distort Data to Mask Poverty and Exploitation deconstructs the assumption that global poverty has fallen dramatically, and lays bare the spurious methods of poverty measurement and data on which the dominant prosperity narrative depends. Donnelly analyzes just how global poverty, rather than being reduced, is reproduced by the imperatives of capital accumulation on a global scale.
Seth Donnelly is a public school teacher and long-time radical activist. He will be speaking about The Lie of Global Prosperity and discussing the current situation in Haiti (a primary focus of his book) with Pierre Labossiere of the Bay Area-based Haiti Action.
9. Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Reclaiming Hong Kong
Eric Quezada Center for Culture and Politics
518 Valencia St.
ADA Accessible; will attempt to provide low scent environment.
Earlier this year, Hong Kong’s people rose in mass resistance to the proposed China Extradition Bill. Protests continue to escalate despite increasingly brutal crackdowns by the government. While the city edges toward martial law, the protests have gained attention and support around the world. Join CPE, CPA, and Bauhinia Project for a discussion featuring organizers involved in the uprisings and Bay Area-based organizers. The speakers will discuss what caused and continues to fuel the uprisings, as well as what the future of this organizing may be from Hong Kong to the Bay.
Featuring: Kai Yui Samuel Chan, Wawa, Jose Ng, Adrian Leong
Wednesday, October 23
10. Wednesday, 6:00am – 7:30am, Kaiser mental health vigil: Candlelight gathering
1 Kaiser Plaza
We’ll honor patients who have had mental health care denied by Kaiser.
Host: National Union of Healthcare Workers
11. Wednesday, 6:30pm, Food Not Bombs Food Sharing – Every Wednesday
16th & Mission
We are resuming weekly sharings on Wednesdays at the 16th/Mission BART Plaza
We will prepare and cook at St. John The Evangelist Church, 1661 15th Street (at Julian) beginning at
4:00 PM every Wednesday, except for the 4th Wednesday of the month
We will continue preparing and cooking at Station 40, 3030B 16th Street (between Mission and Julian) beginning at
3:00 PM on the 4th Wednesday of the month
We always need volunteers.
Friday, October 25
12. Friday, 12Noon – 2:00pm, Mothers on the March Against Police Murders – Weekly action
Hall of Injustice
850 Bryant St.
DEMAND POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY
All are invited to join us (Even if it’s for a few minutes) to demand that interim District Attorney Suzy Loftus charge police officers with murder. Stand with ALL families who have lost loved ones to police murders. This is a movement towards police accountability. If we keep accepting the way things are, we’ll, never make any true progress that benefits the people. Since Gascon has been the DA in San Francisco, he has not charged any police officers.
Calling for Justice for:
Joshua Smith, Kenneth Harding Jr., Peter Yin Woo, Steven Michael Young, Dennis Hughes , Pralith Prolouring, Dale Stuart Wilkerson, Alex Nieto, Giovany Contreras Sandoval, O’Shaine Evans, Matthew Hoffman, Amilcar Perez-Lopez, Alice Brown, Herbert Omar Benitez, Javier Lopez Garcia, Mario Woods, Luis Gόngora Pat, Jessica Nelson, Nicolas McWherter, Nicholas Flusche, Damian Murray, Keita O’Neil, Jesus Adolfo Delgado, Jehad Eid, and Derrick Gaines (killed by a police officer hired by SFPD)
The above named all were killed by SFPD during DA Gascon’s reign – NOT ONE police officer has been charged! Demand that Suzy Loftus charge police officers that have committed murder! Some of those named were killed while Suzy was president of the SF Police Commission!
Host: Mother’s on the March Against Police Murders!
13. Friday, 4:30pm – 5:30pm, Tell Greyhound: ICE Off of Our Buses! No Cooperation with ICE!
Greyhound Bus Station
2103 San Pablo Ave.
We will gather in front of the Oakland Greyhound Terminal for a picket and rally. Please bring signs.
Buses are for transportation not deportation!
Protest to End Greyhound’s Collaboration with ICE. Greyhound allows ICE, DHS, and border patrol to board buses and detain migrants everyday. People continue to resist! Join us in sending a strong message to the Greyhound bus company.
To bus passengers & drivers:
ICE, DHS and Border Patrol agents have NO RIGHT to board buses & ask about immigration status. If agents board your bus, It’s OK to speak up for yourself and others, if you feel safe.
You can say: “ICE has no right to do this! ICE has no warrants! You don’t have to show your ID.”
Call Greyhound (214)849-8966) and tell them: ICE, DHS and Border Patrol off our buses. Buses are for transportation, not deportation!
Hosts: Workers World Party + 5 Other groups
14. Friday 5:00pm – 7:00pm, San Francisco District Attorney Youth-Led Forum
Bayview Opera House
4705 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94124
RSVP – dinner included
Submit any questions you would like to be asked, here!
15. Friday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Special Forum: Today’s challenges to the Cuban economy
2969 Mission St.
Featuring Cuban Economist Dr. Jourdy James Heredia
Join this unique opportunity to hear eminent Cuban economist Dr. Jourdy James Heredia talk about Cuba’s current economic situation and the U.S. blockade. Dr. James Heredia is Sub-Director and lead researcher of the Global Economy Research Center in Havana, and Associate Professor at the University of Havana. Among her many credentials: Two PhDs, one in Economic Sciences, U. of Havana and at U. of Santiago de Compostela, Spain; an editor at Cuba’s World Economic Issues Journal; member, Foreign Policy Experts group of Cuba’s Higher Institute for Foreign Relations. She has won many awards, is a published author and has lectured in many countries.
Event is co-sponsored by Task Force on the Americas, Party for Socialism and Liberation, Richmond Regla Friendship Committee, ANSWER Coalition, International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity, and Witness for Peace.
Saturday, October 26
16. Saturday, 1:00pm – 3:00pm Trump/Pence OUT NOW! – Rally & March
24th & Mission
1:00 PM – Speakers & Music, 24th & Mission
2:00 PM -March to Dolores Park
3:30 PM – Closing Rally, Castro & Market
Bay Area Protests Start October 26, Continue Every Saturday Until the Fascist Trump/Pence Regime is Driven OUT
We must seize on the impeachment crisis now erupting, taking history into our own hands and turning dread for the future into a force for hope!
This is a moment when we – people of many different views and experience – must act together in mass, sustained, non-violent nationwide protests that continue until the Trump/Pence regime is removed from power. We begin with protests in NYC and LA on October 19 that announce four more consecutive Saturdays of protests in cities and towns across the country that gather more people and momentum so that in the weeks and months that follow, the movement grows.
For 3 years the Democratic Party leadership facilitated the Trump/Pence regime, even voting funds for border security when children were being separated from parents. Now, they want to restrict impeachment only to national security and
Trump’s violation of democratic norms to try to enlist the Ukraine to undermine U.S. elections. They have said they will not impeach on the whole array of fascist outrages. Thus far, they are not going after the whole fascist regime. Their approach would legitimate the whole Trump/Pence fascist program, leaving the cancer in place to grow more dangerously
In the Name of Humanity, We Refuse to Accept a Fascist America. Join Us
Check site for updates.
Sponsors: Refuse Fascism Bay Area and Vigil for Democracy
17. Saturday, 5:30pm – 8:30pm, Block the Boat 5 Year Anniversary Celebration!
Eric Quezada Center for Culture and Politics
518 Valencia St.
Five years ago, the Bay Area achieved one of the most successful BDS victories against apartheid Israel in US history! In 2014 we stopped the Israeli-owned ZIM shipping line from docking at the Port of Oakland for 3 consecutive months, and it hasn’t returned since!
Join us to celebrate the historic and decisive Block the Boat victory as a major contribution to all movements for social and economic justice!
Block the Boat was part of a sustained organizing effort to protest Israel’s ongoing occupation, war on Gaza, and settler-violence against Palestinians. The campaign was organized by Block the Boat (BTB), an AROC-led coalition made up of a diverse range of Bay Area community organizations and activists working in close partnership with members of ILWU Local 10, the union which represents dock workers at the Port of Oakland. The coalition built on the worldwide Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement to isolate Israel politically, culturally, and economically.
Music, food, drinks and speakers from the Block the Boat coalition.
18. Saturday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Chulita Vinyl Club & Poesía: Justice4Amilcar Mural Fundraiser
2958 24th St.
$5-$30 (no one turned away for lack of funds)
Join us for a night of poetry and grooves to support the final stages of painting for a new monumental mural, the largest mural to be painted along the 24th Street corridor in over 10 years.
The mural honors Amilcar Perez Lopez, shot and killed by SF police on February 26th, 2015. Despite the failure of our legal system to hold the officers accountable, the Justice4Amilcar Coalition asked for a mural to honor this young Guatemalan immigrant, his grieving family in Guatemala, and our community that refuses to forget him. The mural also honors the lives of others lost due to police violence and impunity and the crisis at the border.
Sunday, October 27
19. Sunday, 9:30am – 11:00am, Haiti in Crisis and Rebellion
Unitarian Universalist Society – SF
1187 Franklin St.
Pierre Labossierre, co-founder of the Haiti Action Committee will speak about the powerful uprising shaking Haiti today. Massive marches and rallies are happening now raising the demand that Haitian president Jovenel Moise resign. Why is this happening and where is it heading? Presentation followed by Q and A.
20. Sunday, 12:30pm -3:30pm, Basic Income March San Francisco
Civic Center Plaza
12:30 PM – Gather – Civic Center Plaza
1:30 PM- Kick-Off – March Begins
2:30 PM- Speakers
Our economy is leaving millions behind. Join the people powered movement to send the message that our society and economy needs to evolve to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Monday, October 28
21. Monday, 7:00pm – 8:30pm, Reclaiming Judaism From Zionism With Several Contributors
The Green Arcade
1680 Market St.
In this powerful collection of personal narratives, forty Jews of diverse backgrounds tell a wide range of stories about the roads they have traveled from a Zionist world view to activism in solidarity with Palestinians and Israelis striving to build an inclusive society founded on justice, equality, and peaceful coexistence.
Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism will be controversial. Its contributors welcome the long overdue public debate. They want to demolish stereotypes of dissenting Jews as ‘self-hating,’ traitorous, and anti-Semitic. They want to introduce readers to the large and growing community of Jewish activists who have created organizations such as Jewish Voice for Peace, If Not Now, and Open Hillel. They want to strengthen alliances with progressives of all faiths. Above all, they want to nurture models of Jewish identity that replace ethnic exclusiveness with solidarity, Zionism with a Judaism once again nourished by a transcendent ethical vision.
Linda Hess is senior lecturer emerita in the Department of Religious Studies at Stanford University
Sydney Levy, a queer Latinx, is a co-coordinator of the caucus of Jews of Color, Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews in solidarity with Palestine, and a steering committee member of both the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights and the Global Jewish Network in Solidarity with Palestine.
Hilton Obenzinger is a recipient of the American Book Award. His books include This Passover and the Next I Will Never Be in Jerusalem (1980), American Palestine: Melville, Twain, and the Holy Land Mania (1999), and Treyf Pesach (2017). He is currently Associate Director of the Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project at Stanford University.
Henri Picciotto served on the JVP Board of Directors from 2002 to 2009 and chaired it for much of that period. He has authored or co-authored many books and articles on math education.
Cecilie Surasky has worked as a professional communicator in a variety of social justice movements, and her film work and political analysis has been featured in film festivals and news outlets all over the world.
Jordan Wilson-Dalzell is a queer poet writing about intersections of disability, feminism, Judaism, survivorhood and social justice; her next poetry book, Baptism by Flame, will be about finding a home in Judaism that reflects her values.
22. Wednesday, October 30th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, San Francisco District Attorney Candidates Q&A
Impact Hub San Francisco
1885 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Bay Area Black Journalist Association
The San Francisco District Attorney Candidates will be participating in a one on one Q&A forum moderated by Davey “D” Cook. Confirmed candidates to attend are Suzy Loftus, Chesa Boudin and Nancy Tung.
Thursday, October 31
23. Thursday, 1:00pm – 3:00pm, Stolen Land/Hoarded Resources Tour thru SFTech for the Ancestors
1st & Mission Streets
The 2019 Stolen Land/Hoarded Resources Decolonization & Community Reparations Tourtour will go through SF tech – one of the largest industries fueling the violent gentriFUKation /removal and displacement of working class/ very low-income Black, Brown, Indigenous communities out of the whole Bay Area , which often leads to the death and dismantlement of elders and families in SF, Berkeley, Oakland /San Jose/Bay Area- as well as silently complicit in the criminalization , removal, theft and death of unhoused residents of San Francisco…
On this Tour ,which is in honor of the ancestors of these removal efforts like Luis Demetrio Gongora Pat, Papa Bear, Amilcar Perez Lopez and Jessica Williams to name a few.. POOR Magazine poverty/indigenous/disability skolaz will be sharing the medicine of #RadicalRedistribution and the #BankofComeUnityReparations‘ – “Tech Reparations Fund” a liberation fund which was formerly launched on Sept 7th 2019 and humbly asks that the Tech industry give back 10-15% of their outrageous hoarded wealth and resources to establish/build equity of unhoused, housing insecure, indigenous/disabled/elder and families facing eviction, removal, the violence of “sweeps” and/or to help folks stay in their homes, neighborhoods and/or encampments where they face ongoing removal attempts, thefts, poltricksterism, scamlord evictions, predation and poLice terror.
Additionally, Marc Benioff – CEO of Salesforce, announced a 30 million dollar “study” of unhoused peoples when we as unhoused peoples have already been studied, examined, surveyed and swept, so one of the Tour’s asks/tour stops will be the Salesforce Transit center, site of one of the most violent removal/evictions of unhoused, neuro-divergent peoples out of a safe, warm place to sit and dwell- So this tour follows a direct ask to Marc Benioff to radically redistribute to the Tech Reparations Fund so we homeless folks can build a Homefulness #2 to provide safe, land for unhoused peoples to live- here is the open letter to Marc –https://48hills.org/2019/09/an-open-letter-to-the-marc-benioff-about-homelessness/ which we will be distributing on this tour. We will also visit “Square” which met with POOR Magazine poverty skolaz Aunti Frances Moore, Muteado Silencio Lisa Tiny Gray-Garcia and homeless & formerly homeless Youth poverty skolaz from #DeecolonizeAcademy earlier this year, promising to consider The Tech Reparations Fund and ended up doing absolutely nothing for any unhoused people.
Because this is the time when the veil is thin between us living in the present and the ancestors on the other side of the spirit journey, otherwise known as “Halloween” we invite you to join us youth and family poverty skolaz from Deecolonize Academy in “dressing” , wearing a “costume” of a “Zombie Tech GentriFUKer” – Scamlord, Devil-oper, Poltrickster, Kkkolonizer, Hipster, or other icons representing 21st century missionaries and/ or removers, ( or however you would like to dress)
Hosts: POOR Magazine and 5 Other groups