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Don’t stand for Sit/Lie in SF!! 11:00 pm
Don’t stand for Sit/Lie in SF!! @ In front of Macy's
Mar 1 @ 11:00 pm – Mar 2 @ 12:30 am
“First they came for the homeless…” Occupy / Sit-in against Sit/Lie law in front of Macy’s This is the second action of this campaign Don’t stand for Sit/Lie!! After the March Against Corruption this Saturday, join us in front of Macy’s SF Store on Union Square 54994
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Pack Albany City Hall, Defend the Gill Tract 6:15 pm
Pack Albany City Hall, Defend the Gill Tract @ Albany City Hall
Mar 5 @ 6:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Dearest friends, family and fellow farmers, We need your voices and bodies in Albany this Wednesday!  Despite a successful referendum, citizen appeal, 2 current lawsuits, and 15 years of public comments against the commercial development of the Gill Tract Farm, Albany City Council will be voting on a development plan to place a large parking lot and chain grocery store (“Sprouts”) on the south side of the Gill Tract. The city council moved this vote up from the original date of March 17th, so please help us get the word out about the … Continued
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International Women’s Day SF: From Kabul to Fukushima, Women united for: PEACE, EQUALITY & ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE 6:00 pm
International Women’s Day SF: From Kabul to Fukushima, Women united for: PEACE, EQUALITY & ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE @ Golden Gate Bridge
Mar 8 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Massive Women’s Convergence on the Golden Gate Bridge Activists from Bay Area CodePink, No Nukes Action Committee and Fukushima Response will form a united front on the Golden Gate Bridge in recognition of women’s global effort for a better world. 10:00  Rally, Music, Dance, S.F. side of Golden Gate Bridge. 11:00  March across the eastern walkway, starting on either side of the bridge, to meet in middle for convergence for peace, equality and environmental justice. 12:00  (SF side) Honoring women activists, past & present. All are encouraged to represent a … Continued
Drop the Charges Against Marissa Alexander! 2:00 pm
Drop the Charges Against Marissa Alexander! @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Mar 8 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Prosecuting Attorney Angela Corey is planning to push for consecutive sentencing in Marissa’s upcoming re-trial, pushing for a 60 year sentence for firing a warning shot, causing no injury, to protect herself from her abusive husband. We cannot allow this to happen! It’s time to drop the charges against Marissa Alexander and let her get back to the work of raising her children and living her life. This Saturday, International Women’s Day, at 2pm we will gather in Oscar Grant Plaza for a march into West Oakland to bring awareness … Continued
We Are Still Here Albany Bulb Event 4:00 pm
We Are Still Here Albany Bulb Event @ Albany Bulb
Mar 8 @ 4:00 pm – 4:00 pm
We Are Still Here Albany Bulb Event  @ Albany Bulb  | Albany | California | United States
GG’s statement on homelessness at the Albany City Council:  http://www.youtube.com/user/orionorion99?feature=watch  55061
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Picket & Protest: Veolia: Rehire the Fired Boston School Drivers Now! 5:30 pm
Picket & Protest: Veolia: Rehire the Fired Boston School Drivers Now! @ Veolia para transit
Mar 13 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
The San Francisco School Bus Drivers (UTU 1741) are inviting you to a picket of Veolia’s para-transit office. This protest is in support of the 4 Union leaders fired by Veolia in Boston. Veolia’s anti-Union record is as bad as its environmental and human rights record. Steve Gillis, Vice President of Boston School Bus Drivers Union, was one of the fired Union leaders. He was a featured speaker at the anti-Veolia Conference in SF on 2/8. Veolia locked out 800 drivers and fired the leadership of the Union (USW 8751) … Continued
Tristan Anderson: 5 Year Anniversary of His Being Shot and Severely Injured. 11:00 pm
Tristan Anderson: 5 Year Anniversary of His Being Shot and Severely Injured. @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Mar 13 @ 11:00 pm – Mar 14 @ 3:00 am
Support Tristan and loved ones as we mark five years since the shooting of Bay Area activist, Tristan Anderson. Tristan was severely injured when he was shot in the head with a (American made) tear gas grenade by Israeli Military Police during a protest in Occupied Palestine in 2009 in the village of Ni’ilin. Tristan became paralyzed on about half his body and lives with severe permanent injury to his brain. We honor Tristan and rage at our own government for it’s direct role in the misery of Gaza, the … Continued
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The Town Hella Needs a Raise!!!!! 11:00 pm
The Town Hella Needs a Raise!!!!!
Mar 27 @ 11:00 pm – Mar 28 @ 1:00 am
East Bay Hotel & Food Service Workers Take It to the Streets of Oakland! Facebook event page East Bay hotel, restaurant and stadium workers are marching for our jobs, our rights and OUR POWER! We are fighting for a higher minimum wage and good jobs that pay us what we need to survive and thrive in the Bay Area in 2014! Join hotel housekeepers, hot dog vendors from the Coliseum, and airport restaurant workers who are fighting for good contracts – along with fast food workers fighting for $15 an … Continued
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Justice for Alex Nieto! March Against Police Violence and the Takeover of Our Communities. 9:00 pm
Justice for Alex Nieto! March Against Police Violence and the Takeover of Our Communities. @ Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
Mar 29 @ 9:00 pm – Mar 30 @ 12:00 am
Gather at 2pm, then we will take to the streets at 3pm. Bring your body down. Bring a friend or a hundred. We will march to honor Alex Nieto and all the countless many black and brown young men murdered by those thugs in uniform. We will march for our friends and families getting kicked out of their homes. We will march to stand up and fight back against the takeover of our communities by the forces of capital and their human agents who have too much money for how … Continued
Protest “Sit/Lie” in front of Macy’s. “First they came for the Homeless…” 10:00 pm
Protest “Sit/Lie” in front of Macy’s. “First they came for the Homeless…” @ Macy's San Francisco, Geary Side
Mar 29 @ 10:00 pm – 11:30 pm
  Protest SIT / LIE     A revisit to Macy’s to thank them for their support of the inhumane sit/lie ‘law’ which criminalizes our homeless sisters and brothers – we have the signs, cardboard & sharpies, bring yourself / friends / family & sit for your human & civil right to sit down – 55309
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