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Tell JP Morgan Chase to STOP STEALING NELL’S HOME 5:00 pm
Feb 4 @ 5:00 pm – Feb 5 @ 12:00 am
Nell Myhand, a local activist with Cause Justica/Just Cause, was locked out of her home on Tuesday 1/22/13 after Chase foreclosed instead of modifying her loan. This is INTERNATIONAL CALL-IN DAY. Call Jamie Dimon @ 212-270-1111 any time between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Fax: 212-270-1121 Email: Hello, my name is —– and I am calling on behalf of Nell Myhand at 1329 E. 32nd St, Oakland CA. I want Jamie Dimon to use his power to end Nell’s eviction and work with her to get her home back. … Continued
March & Rally “Stop Racist Police Brutality! No to Police Violence in the Mission!” 1:00 am
March & Rally “Stop Racist Police Brutality! No to Police Violence in the Mission!” @ 24th St. BART, SF
Feb 8 @ 1:00 am – 2:30 am
On Jan. 24 at 24th and Mission Sts., the Mission community witnessed the brutal beating of an 18-year-old African American CCSF student, Kevin Clark, by SFPD. The incident was videotaped by passersby. It is extremely hard to watch, but we ask that you witness it, send to your contacts and help us get the word out for this emergency protest rally: The gentrification of the Mission district is pushing out the working-class communities of color, and the police are increasing their harassment and brutality against the people. Join us for … Continued
support the ACAC 19! 8:30 pm
support the ACAC 19! @ San Francisco Superior Court
Feb 8 @ 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Some of our friends and comrades are still facing heavy shit from the Columbus Day Cop-riot. Their next court day is coming up and they could use some support. “Come pack the courtroom on February 8th to support the ACAC 19! Solidarity is our weapon against the state! Our love for our comrades is stronger than their cages and their court. On Friday February 8th, 2013 members of the Anti-Capitalist Anti-Colonial (ACAC) 19 will be appearing in San Francisco Superior Court at 850 Bryant Street for a pretrial motions hearing. … Continued
Brooms Collective 1 Year Birthday Party 7:00 pm
Brooms Collective 1 Year Birthday Party @ St. Andrew's Plaza
Feb 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Brooms Collective 1 Year Birthday Party @ St. Andrew's Plaza | Oakland | California | United States
The Brooms Collective has been  meeting Saturday mornings at 9 AM or 10 AM for a year now at a tiny park at 32nd and San Pablo in Oakland. To commemorate this auspicious anniversary folks will be meeting there at 11 AM Saturday, February 9th to sweep away late-capitalist decay and maybe have a little fress at noon, as well.  Bring a little food to share, there will be paper plates and utensils and maybe some gelatinous Ed-chow if we are unlucky. 46941
ACCE bank action in Berkeley! MARDI GRAS ACTION!! STOP THE SALES! 11:30 pm
ACCE bank action in Berkeley! MARDI GRAS ACTION!! STOP THE SALES! @ Downtown Berkeley BART
Feb 12 @ 11:30 pm – Feb 13 @ 1:00 am
Within the next few weeks, one of the worst banks we know is trying to foreclose on three homeowners–Gaylynne, a laid-off OUSD educator; Jill–a single mother, working finally after a long bout of unemployment; and Gloria, a 78 year old woman with no place else to go; and Carnell and his family a laid-off Auto Worker. Tell the bank that we will not accept this–putting people out of their homes rather than working with them to reach an affordable mortgage and market-rate principal is inexcusable! Meet at the Downtown Berkeley … Continued
Say NO to DRONES 9:00 pm
Say NO to DRONES @ Alameda County Board of Supervisors, 5th floor
Feb 14 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
On Thursday, February 14th, at 1:00PM, the Public Protection Committee of the Alameda County Board of Supervisors will be holding a hearing on the potential acquisition of a drone by Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern. The meeting will take place at the Alameda County Administration Building, located on 1221 Oak Street Room 512, Oakland, CA. While drones are particularly notorious for their use in targeted killings overseas, they can be deployed for surveillance purposes as well. In addition, they can be armed with weapons such as tear gas, pepper spray, … Continued
Weekly Autonomous Jail Support & Prisoner Solidarity 3:00 am
Weekly Autonomous Jail Support & Prisoner Solidarity @ Outise Santa Rita Jail
Feb 16 @ 3:00 am – 6:00 am
Weekly Autonomous Jail Support & Prisoner Solidarity @ Outise Santa Rita Jail | Dublin | California | United States
  WHAT: Bring an open heart, and material support to offer inmates who may be released during this time and any loved ones who may be there visiting current inmates. WHEN: Every Friday from 7pm-10pm, unless otherwise specified (…and also other times/dates that folks suggest!) WHERE: Outside of Santa Rita Jail HOW: Some suggestions include bringing food, drinks, smokes, cell phone to make calls, clothes, info/resources for both immediate and ongoing needs post-incarceration, ears to listen, BART/bus fare, an extra sweater/jacket/shirt, etc. WHY: FtP! Fuck the Prison industrial complex and … Continued
Brooms Collective – 32nd and San Pablo 5:00 pm
Brooms Collective – 32nd and San Pablo @ St. Andrew's Park
Feb 23 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Please come join us for our on-going clean-up at St. Andrew’s Park in West Oakland, in collaboration with the San Pablo Corridor Coalition. We will have plenty of equipment and safety gear. We’re there from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM on Saturdays, and those who wish to will have the opportunity to move on to other clean-up sites once we’re done at St. Andrew’s.46957
D1000: Bradley Manning’s 1000th Day in Prison. 9:00 pm
D1000: Bradley Manning’s 1000th Day in Prison. @ Bradley Manning Plaza
Feb 23 @ 9:00 pm – Feb 24 @ 12:00 am
Join us as we mark 1000 days of wrongful confinement and demand justice for Bradley Manning! Speakers, Visuals, Performers, Art, Action BRADLEY MANNING, a 25 year old, openly gay, US army intelligence analyst is facing life in prison and has been held in pre-trial confinement for nearly 1000 days without a court martial. He endured torture and solitary confinement for the first 10 months of his incarceration. He is accused of sharing with the following with the Wikileaks whistle blowing website: the “Collatoral Murder” video of the killing of civilians … Continued
International Day of Privacy / #OpBigBrother Protest 12:00 am
International Day of Privacy / #OpBigBrother Protest @ United Nations Plaza
Feb 24 @ 12:00 am – 2:00 am
“The current society, stuck between economic crisis and over consumption, is gradually invaded by the technologies of surveillance. This diffuse invasion insinuates itself into our daily life : the social networks or the connected objects are the most blatant examples. Facebook, the most popular social network, analyzes the information, the links and the photos posted by its members to adapt advertisements for the users. “Smartphones” are of fabulous tools : we receive the advertisements of the store near which we pass, we take a photo during the last barbecue between … Continued
We Are All Still Trayvon! Take it to the Streets! 12:00 am
We Are All Still Trayvon! Take it to the Streets! @ Intersection of International & Hegenberger
Feb 27 @ 12:00 am – 1:30 am
February 26 is one year since the vigilante murder of Trayvon Martin—one year since George Zimmerman saw Trayvon, a 17-year-old wearing a hoodie, and decided this Black youth “…must be up to no good.” One year since Zimmerman followed Trayvon and gunned him down. One year since the Sanford, Florida, cops walked Zimmerman into and out of the police station letting him go free, citing Florida’s racist “Stand Your Ground” law. Only after powerful outpourings of protest spread all across the country was Zimmerman re-arrested and charged for his crime. … Continued