Events Calendar

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SF Berniecrats Membership Meeting 6:30 pm
SF Berniecrats Membership Meeting @ Online via Zoom
Feb 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
SF Berniecrats Membership Meeting @ Online via Zoom
Join us on Zoom on Wednesday, February 1st at 6:30pm for our February 2023 general membership meeting! We will be conducting the final nominations, candidate speeches, and voting instructions for the 2023/2024 SF Berniecrats Officer Elections. There will also be a discussion about our Club’s committees for this year, and space for members to discuss their... Continue reading
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Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle 10:00 am
Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle @ Online via Zoom
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle @ Online via Zoom
THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2023 AT 2 AM – 4 AM PDT How to create trust in a group? Details Event by Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circles online EMPATHY CAFE Duration: 2 hr Public  · Anyone on or off Facebook How to create trust in a group? This is the question that arose in our... Continue reading
Art show: “The City That Knows How” 6:00 pm
Art show: “The City That Knows How” @ Moth Belly Gallery
Feb 2 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Art show:  "The City That Knows How" @ Moth Belly Gallery
Attached is the poster invite for the show and sneak peak of my new series! If you can’t make it to the opening I completely understand, lets connect and meet at the gallery, the show will be up for 3 weeks (Thursday & Friday: 12pm – 6pm , Saturday: 11am... Continue reading
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Intro Empathy Café 10:00 am
Intro Empathy Café
Feb 4 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Intro Empathy Café
Intro Empathy Café:  Find out how to listen to others and how it feels to speak without interruption or fear of interruption.  Meet people from around the world.  Mondays at 10 a.m. Pacific time.  Zoom Room: https://zoom.us/j/9896109339 How-To: Basic Empathy Circle In a Circle of 3 to 5 Participants 1. The first... Continue reading
Two-Spirit Powwow 10:00 am
Two-Spirit Powwow @ Ft. Mason
Feb 4 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Two-Spirit Powwow Tablehopper’s new look, Art With Elders, Johnny & June Forever, Ben UFO, Non Stop Bhangra, more to do this week. ByMARKE B. FEBRUARY 1, 2023  Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on RedditShare on Email More than a few of my precious SF memories have come from... Continue reading
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Text Party for Wisconsin Supreme Court 3:00 pm
Text Party for Wisconsin Supreme Court @ RSVP
Feb 7 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Text Party for Wisconsin Supreme Court: Tuesday, Feb. 7, 3–5 PM PST. Text bank to make sure voters in Wisconsin know about the upcoming WI Supreme Court primary election, and where the candidates stand on abortion rights! RSVP on Mobilize.
CODEPINK CONGRESS Calling Party  5:00 pm
CODEPINK CONGRESS Calling Party  @ RSVP
Feb 7 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
CODEPINK CONGRESS Calling Party  @ RSVP
You are invited to join our Tuesday CODEPINK CONGRESS Calling Party to talk with special guests as we hold our own People’s State of the Union. Chat with peacemakers and experts Tuesday, February 7th at 5 pm PT/8 pm ET: RSVP now! An hour before President Biden delivers his State of the Union address, CODEPINK Congress... Continue reading
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Indivisible SF: The Truth Brigade 3:30 pm
Indivisible SF: The Truth Brigade @ Register
Feb 8 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
The Truth Brigade’s big return!   Feb. 8: BIG TRUTHS BIG NEWS: Truth Brigade 3.0 kickoff   Indivisible Truth Brigade’s grassroots disinformation-fighting program is holding our first webinar of 2023 on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 6:30 ET/ 3:30 PT. Disinformation purveyors are planning to spend millions in 2023 to rebuild their propaganda pipelines. In... Continue reading
SF Public Defender Mano Raju Community Swearing-In 5:30 pm
SF Public Defender Mano Raju Community Swearing-In @ SE Community Center
Feb 8 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
SF Public Defender Mano Raju Community Swearing-In Wednesday, February 8 1550 Evans Avenue, San Francisco Click here to RSVP
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Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle 10:00 am
Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle @ Online via Zoom
Feb 9 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle @ Online via Zoom
THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2023 AT 2 AM – 4 AM PDT How to create trust in a group? Details Event by Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circles online EMPATHY CAFE Duration: 2 hr Public  · Anyone on or off Facebook How to create trust in a group? This is the question that arose in our... Continue reading
Friend to Friend Postcards for Wisconsin Supreme Court 11:00 am
Friend to Friend Postcards for Wisconsin Supreme Court @ RSVP
Feb 9 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Friend to Friend Postcards for Wisconsin Supreme Court: Thursday, Feb. 9, 11 am–12pm PST. Join Working Families Power to build your list of Wisconsin contacts — friends, family, neighbors, anyone you know, and let them know about the upcoming WI Supreme Court primary election. RSVP on Mobilize.
Healthcare Now! 5:00 pm
Healthcare Now! @ Online
Feb 9 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Healthcare Now! @ Online
Join Us for an Evening of Joy and Laughter! You might have heard this story before, but I first met Ben Day back in 2009 when we both got arrested at a sit-in at the Cigna Healthcare office in Newton, Massachusetts while protesting Cigna’s lobbying against Medicare for All: When... Continue reading
Indivisible SF Federal Working Group 7:30 pm
Indivisible SF Federal Working Group @ Register
Feb 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Indivisible SF Federal Working Group: Thursday, Feb. 9, 7:30–9 PM. Planning meeting where we discuss strategy to influence our Members of Congress and the Biden administration to enact a progressive agenda. Meeting starts promptly at 7:30 PM. All are welcome. Register here!
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Public Banking Coalition monthly meetings 9:00 am
Public Banking Coalition monthly meetings @ Register
Feb 10 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Public Banking Coalition monthly meetings Next call: Nov 11 Excitement is building for public banking and once a month, PBI hosts an hour-long Public Banking Coalition online meeting to share the excitement and successes. Find out the latest updates on the advances being made all across the country from local advocates themselves... Continue reading
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Intro Empathy Café 10:00 am
Intro Empathy Café
Feb 11 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Intro Empathy Café
Intro Empathy Café:  Find out how to listen to others and how it feels to speak without interruption or fear of interruption.  Meet people from around the world.  Mondays at 10 a.m. Pacific time.  Zoom Room: https://zoom.us/j/9896109339 How-To: Basic Empathy Circle In a Circle of 3 to 5 Participants 1. The first... Continue reading
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“Crossing Wheelchairs” 4:00 pm
“Crossing Wheelchairs” @ Redstone Bidg,
Feb 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
"Crossing Wheelchairs" @ Redstone Bidg,
Get your tickets now – See clearer info below graphic POOR WHEELCHAIRS presents Theatre written, lived, and died by Houseless/Po’ humans swept like we are trash 0510.50 Twitter & Instagram @poormagazine poormagazine.org Tickets $1-20 Free to houseless povertySkolaz Purchase online at Email poormag@gmail.com for free/discounted tickets Sunday, 2/12/23, 4 p.m. u... Continue reading
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National Organize-to-Win Call 5:30 pm
National Organize-to-Win Call @ RSVP
Feb 13 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
National Organize-to-Win Call @ RSVP
Join us Monday, Feb. 13th when US Rep. Pramila Jayapal will join our National Organize-to-Win Call to talk about what Biden can do with the power of the pen to advance our priorities. And stay tuned for other special guests! RSVP
Alice Membership Meeting 6:00 pm
Alice Membership Meeting @ 541 Castro Street
Feb 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Alice Membership Meeting @ 541 Castro Street
Alice Membership Meeting: LGBTQ Advocacy – Reflecting and Energizing Monday, February 13, 6:00 – 7:30pm 541 Castro Street, San Francisco Alice Membership Meeting Today at 541 Castro, 6pm – 7:30pm On the eve of Valentine’s Day, join us today to celebrate 10 years since Prop 8 was struck down in California, and 19 years since San... Continue reading
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“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 14 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
Milk Club February PAC Meeting 7:00 pm
Milk Club February PAC Meeting @ Milk SF
Feb 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
February PAC Meeting Tuesday, February 14 | 7pm Milk SF | 302 Valencia Street Register here for Zoom
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“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 15 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
CalCare Statewide Organizing Call 6:00 pm
CalCare Statewide Organizing Call @ RSVP
Feb 15 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
CalCare Statewide Organizing Call @ RSVP
In the past few weeks, CalCare District Leaders have led 13 virtual visits with legislators, with 10 more scheduled for the coming weeks. That’s more than 20 face-to-face meetings with legislators to make sure that CalCare is a top priority in 2023 — and we’re not slowing down. In the past... Continue reading
SF Latinx Democratic Club 6:30 pm
SF Latinx Democratic Club @ Mission Cultural Center
Feb 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
SF Latinx Democratic Club @ Mission Cultural Center
February Membership Meeting Reunion de Febrero Wednesday, February 15th, 2023 Reunión de miembros el miercoles 15 de Febrero, 2023 Our second meeting of the year will be centered on the crisis of conditions going on at Buena Vista Horace Mann School, as well as hearing from Bart Board Director Bevan... Continue reading
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Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle 10:00 am
Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle @ Online via Zoom
Feb 16 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle @ Online via Zoom
THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2023 AT 2 AM – 4 AM PDT How to create trust in a group? Details Event by Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circles online EMPATHY CAFE Duration: 2 hr Public  · Anyone on or off Facebook How to create trust in a group? This is the question that arose in our... Continue reading
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 16 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
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“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 17 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
Sensible Cinema: “Spies of Mississippi” 6:30 pm
Sensible Cinema: “Spies of Mississippi” @ Unitarian Church (and Zoom)
Feb 17 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
We recognize Black History Month with this month’s film.  It highlights a clandestine operation in the state of Mississippi that was never well publicized.  The Director, Dawn Porter, pieces together a number of film clips that helps to bring this part of Black History into focus.   We’ll have a... Continue reading
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Intro Empathy Café 10:00 am
Intro Empathy Café
Feb 18 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Intro Empathy Café
Intro Empathy Café:  Find out how to listen to others and how it feels to speak without interruption or fear of interruption.  Meet people from around the world.  Mondays at 10 a.m. Pacific time.  Zoom Room: https://zoom.us/j/9896109339 How-To: Basic Empathy Circle In a Circle of 3 to 5 Participants 1. The first... Continue reading
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 18 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
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Milk Club Membership Retreat 12:00 pm
Milk Club Membership Retreat @ 541 Castro Street
Feb 20 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Milk Club Membership Retreat Monday, February 20 | 12pm-4pm 541 Castro Street Register here to attend
Milk Club General Membership meeting 4:00 pm
Milk Club General Membership meeting @ RSVP
Feb 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Milk Club General Membership meeting @ RSVP
Board President Aaron Peskin in person on Tuesday, February 21, 2023 at 7pm at our General Membership meeting, at Milk SF, 302 Valencia Street. This is a crucial moment for our club and for our progressive movement, and your presence at the retreat will be essential in shaping our direction and securing a brighter future... Continue reading
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“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 21 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
Delivering Birth Justice 4:30 pm
Delivering Birth Justice @ RSVP
Feb 21 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Delivering Birth Justice @ RSVP
(Virtual Educational Forum) Delivering Birth Justice: Why is giving birth in the US so dangerous and costly, and what can we do about it? Tuesday, February 21, 7:30-9:00 PM via Zoom Join by phone or computer. Closed captions in English will be available. A recording will be distributed to all... Continue reading
Ukraine One Year Later 5:00 pm
Ukraine One Year Later @ RSVP
Feb 21 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Ukraine One Year Later @ RSVP
You are invited to join our Tuesday CODEPINK CONGRESS Calling Party to talk with special guests about the events that have transpired in the year since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Chat with peacemakers and experts Tuesday, February 21st at 5 pm PT/8 pm ET: RSVP now! One year after Russia invaded Ukraine, the US... Continue reading
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“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 22 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
SF Green Party Member meeting 7:00 pm
SF Green Party Member meeting @ 2940 16th Street #301
Feb 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
SF Green Party Showing events after 3/27. Look for earlier events Wednesday, April 20 7:30pm  SF Green Party Council Meeting WhenWed, April 20, 7:30pm – 9:00pm WhereEl CafeTazo, 3087 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103 (map) Description: This elected group is the equivalent to other political parties Central Committee. The San Franciso... Continue reading
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Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle 10:00 am
Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle @ Online via Zoom
Feb 23 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circle @ Online via Zoom
THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2023 AT 2 AM – 4 AM PDT How to create trust in a group? Details Event by Extinction Rebellion Empathy Circles online EMPATHY CAFE Duration: 2 hr Public  · Anyone on or off Facebook How to create trust in a group? This is the question that arose in our... Continue reading
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 23 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
Indivisible SF Federal Working Group 7:30 pm
Indivisible SF Federal Working Group @ Register
Feb 23 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Indivisible SF Federal Working Group: Thursday, Feb. 23, 7:30–9 PM. Planning meeting where we discuss strategy to influence our Members of Congress and the Biden administration to enact a progressive agenda. Meeting starts promptly at 7:30 PM. All are welcome. Register here!
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“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 24 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
“Harry Bridges & the ILWU” 7:00 pm
“Harry Bridges & the ILWU” @ ILWU Local 4
Feb 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
"Harry Bridges & the ILWU" @ ILWU Local 4
TLM’s Education for Action partner SFSU Labor Archives’ 37th Annual Event is this Friday: Robert W. Cherny presents “Harry Bridges & the ILWU” Sharing the annual event of SFSU’s Labor Archives, TLM’s collaborator on the Education for Action exhibit, which will happen this Friday from 7-8pm (doors at 6pm) down by the old water front... Continue reading
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Intro Empathy Café 10:00 am
Intro Empathy Café
Feb 25 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Intro Empathy Café
Intro Empathy Café:  Find out how to listen to others and how it feels to speak without interruption or fear of interruption.  Meet people from around the world.  Mondays at 10 a.m. Pacific time.  Zoom Room: https://zoom.us/j/9896109339 How-To: Basic Empathy Circle In a Circle of 3 to 5 Participants 1. The first... Continue reading
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 25 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
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“Crossing Wheelchairs” 4:00 pm
“Crossing Wheelchairs” @ Redstone Bidg,
Feb 26 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
"Crossing Wheelchairs" @ Redstone Bidg,
Get your tickets now – See clearer info below graphic POOR WHEELCHAIRS presents Theatre written, lived, and died by Houseless/Po’ humans swept like we are trash 0510.50 Twitter & Instagram @poormagazine poormagazine.org Tickets $1-20 Free to houseless povertySkolaz Purchase online at Email poormag@gmail.com for free/discounted tickets Sunday, 2/12/23, 4 p.m. u... Continue reading
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“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” 10:00 am
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
Feb 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
“Education for Action: California Labor School, 1942-1957” @ Tenderloin Museum.
SF once supported a Marxist labor school By Max Blue | Special to The Examiner Feb 13, 2023 Updated 17 hrs ago 1 of 3 Students with murals at the California Labor School. Courtesy Tenderloin Museum Started in a loft on Turk Street, the California Labor School eventually occupied its own building at... Continue reading
From Climate Emergency to Climate Survival 4:00 pm
From Climate Emergency to Climate Survival @ Register
Feb 28 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
From Climate Emergency to Climate Survival @ Register
From West Coast atmospheric rivers to Buffalo’s deadly blizzard to Arctic cold in the South, the last few weeks have brought one disaster after another.   And the threat keeps getting worse. Plastics, oil and fracked gas threaten to send our communities and our future up in smoke and the government has failed to... Continue reading

14 Responses to Events Calendar

  1. Amy Belanger says:

    Can you add to your calendar:

    HARD CONVERSATIONS: WHITENESS, RACE, and SOCIAL JUSTICE

    A 5-Week Online Seminar and Virtual Classroom via Zoom from 8-9:30 EDT (5-6:30 PDT) on September 15, 22, 29, October 6 and 13.

    “Until you can recognize you are living a racialized life and you’re having racialized experiences every moment of every day, you can’t actually engage people of other races around the idea of justice.” — Whitney Dow, The Whiteness Project

    WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE WHITE IN A RACIST WORLD?
    We will examine the social construction of race and Whiteness, the historical origins of white supremacy and whiteness as an identity, and how to develop a solidarity-based White identity.

    MEET THE HOSTS:
    VICTOR LEE LEWIS, MA, is Founder and Director of the Radical Resilience Institute. He is a nationally-recognized speaker, consultant, trainer, social justice educator and writer. He is best known for his inspiring leadership role in The Color of Fear, an unusually powerful video about racism which received the Golden Apple Award for “Best Social Studies Documentary” of 1995 from the National Educational Media Association. http://www.radicalresilience.com

    PATTI DIGH is the author of 8 books on global workforce diversity and living mindfully. She recently served on the Executive Committee of the ACLU-NC Board of Directors and has served in advising roles on diversity, equity, and inclusion to corporate and nonprofit organization clients. She was formerly the Vice Pres of International and Diversity Programs at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world’s largest association of human resources professionals. http://www.pattidigh.com

    For comprehensive information about this course:
    http://www.hardconversations.com

    To Register Now:
    https://courses.schoolofinclusion.com/courses/72/about

  2. Brad Hirn at HRC in SF says:

    Can you all publish the events calendar for on August 24th from 12-2pm HRC Rally & March

    “March For Our Right To Stay”
    Join hundreds of tenants on Tues, 9/24/2019
    We are not prey, and we fight to stay.
    Where: Rally at One Bush ST ( Market & 1st)
    then march to 724 Pine (about 15 mins)
    Thanks

  3. C says:

    AS WE SPEAK MIGRANT CHILDREN ARE BEING RAPED BY OUR BORDER PATROL. I SAY WE PROTEST RIGHT AT CAMP. CAMPO BORDER PATROL STATION IS WHERE THEY ARE BEING HELD.

  4. Emily Maercklein says:

    Hi all! I just wanted to share an upcoming event at the Civic Center in San Francisco on August 26, which is Women’s Equality Day in the US! We’re organizing with Naral Pro Choice California and California National Organization for Women to help stop Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court. Please check the event below for more details (and how to become a volunteer for the rally). Hope to see you all there!
    https://www.facebook.com/events/839262046280284/

  5. Cat Bell says:

    9/8/2018 Rise for Climate Jobs and Justice March. Starts at Embarcadero plaza in San Francisco.
    10am line-up. 11am march.
    For more information go to:
    ca.riseforclimate.org
    for updates/Alerts: text RiseCA to 83224

  6. Fragile No More! Friday, July 6th Please invite friends, allies & accomplices! https://e.sparxo.com/Fragile-No-More #IndigenizeTheBay #FragileNoMore #IdleNoMore #NativeTwitter

  7. Kat Rivas says:

    Emergency Meeting to Respond to massive ICE Raids.
    Sunday, 1/21, 3-5:30PM
    Sports Basement, 1590 Bryant St., San Francisco
    (1st floor conference room)
    https://www.facebook.com/events/311667262686650/

    This past week ICE has arrested prominent immigrants rights leaders and raided nearly 100 7-Eleven stores nationwide. And now word has leaked of the biggest round of immigration raids yet — with plans to arrest 1,500 people — specifically targeting the Bay Area to go after sanctuary cities. This is a fascist, and very explicitly political assault.

    This is really a “then they came for the immigrants” moment – the Bay Area has to say “NO!” in a lot of ways and through different expressions. Groups and and individuals, everyone needs to take part, with a spirit in line with the airport protests of last January.

    Join us for an emergency mass meeting to respond to the ICE raids that are set to target immigrants within the Bay Area in the next few weeks. THIS CANNOT BE ALLOWED TO GO DOWN. “First the came for the immigrants…” It is up to us to stop them! Join us to discuss the situation and make plans for mass resistance.

    In the name of humanity, we REFUSE to allow our brothers and sisters to be taken!

    In the name of Humanity, We Refuse to Accept a Fascist America!

    FOR RAPID RESPONSE AND UPDATES FROM BAY AREA RF

    TEXT 4HUMANITY TO 33222

  8. Althaea Greenstone says:

    URGENT!
    Rally 5pm 2/23 (This Thursday) at SF City Hall to support Transgender Kids and protest Trump/Pence rollbacks of legal protections for trans students.

    Please add this to the calendar!

  9. Goat says:

    The California Republican Convention will be held at the Sacramento Hyatt Regency this Feb 24th-26th. Check out the California Republican party website for more details on this ominous event. Perhaps Occupy should, well… occupy the Republican Convention.

  10. Meghan says:

    Hello! There is an event many may be interested in:
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/womens-action-plan-forum-tickets-31516298096
    There is no one that will simply give us the answer – we have to come up with the next steps for ourselves! If you are someone who is looking to find more ways to support women, want to make an impact in the community, enjoy networking with other passionate women, love making strategies and action plans, and want to continue fighting for the rights of all people – join us on International Women’s Day!
    5:30-6:00: Networking. Food and Beverage will be provided.
    6:00-6:45: Panel of women that are experts and leaders in the social sector. You will hear from leaders in Women’s Clinics, Homelessness, Mental Health, Education, and LGBTQ. (Speaker Names Coming Soon).
    6:45-7:45: Breakout Sessions! You and a small group wlll work together to create an Action Plan related to women in one of the above social sectors; focusing on making the world a more free, equal, and safe place for everyone.
    7:45-8:00: A speaker from each group will present their plan to everyone!

  11. Kelly says:

    Hi, I just want you to know that there is going to be an event in San Francisco hosted by a Rupert Murdock company called Remodelista. The Event takes place at Heath Ceramics, 2900 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110; December 10th and 11th. We are crafts people at the event and we are choosing not to participate after learning Rupert Murdock recent holdings in this company. This is our act of Protest against the election of Trump and Rupert Murdocks media’s falsehoods. We will notify all the vendors at this event of our decision. We would love to see a peaceful and vocal protest out side the event. It is very important for the shoppers to know that they are giving Rupert Murdock their money. How can we get word out to let people know that our voice needs to be heard? Our Money counts and hitting them at their pocket book helps. Remodelista is also putting together an event in Portland. We are attempting to make contact with other activist to put together a vocal group. If you have any connections please let them know our cause. Thank you.

  12. John Fraser says:

    Hi Cody,

    Mike Zonta and I are at the FED Tues and Thurs 12:30 to 1:30 evey week.

    Hope to see you.

  13. Cody Boles says:

    Dont be afraid to go big again. Im going to San Fran and Sacromento by myself and I am going to stand infront of the Federal Reserve building with handouts and corpoate logo flag and a banner. Be brave!

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