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30 Days of Actions to Close the Camps. Every day in August at Noon. ICE. SF @ ICE Offices, San Francisco
Aug 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Protests, actions, poetry readings…to demand that immigration detention centers be closed and families reunited.

Daily schedule: https://bit.ly/32MTXEs

A month-long protest outside ICE in downtown San Francisco, organized through word of mouth, networking, and social media, will take place every day from Noon to 1pm during the month of August, by a different sector, group, or organization: librarians, lawyers, public health and health care workers, poets, drummers, journalists, tenants rights activists, educators and students, mothers and families, bar and restaurant workers, environmental activists, grandmothers, the interfaith community…
WHEN: Every day in August from Noon to 1pm

WHERE: ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), 630 Sansome St., San Francisco, CA 94111

WHO: Librarians, lawyers, public health and health care workers, poets, drummers, journalists, tenants rights activists, educators and students, mothers and families, bar and restaurant workers, environmental activists, grandmothers, the interfaith community…
THIS WEEK

Mon Aug 5: Climate & Environmental Justice: No Coal in Oakland, 1000 Grandmothers for Future Generations and other groups

Tues Aug 6: Bend the Arc: Rabbi Shifra Tobacman, Speaker. Also in attendance: Dan Kalb, Oakland City Councilmember

Wed Aug 7: Mothers/Families

Thurs Aug 8: Refuse Fascism

Fri, Aug 9 (11:30am-12:30pm): Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity (monthly vigil) and CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations)

Sat, Aug 10: Tenants Rights

Sun, Aug 11: Students/Educators

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East Oakland Collective General Body Meeting @ Mills College Faculty Lounge, on Post Road inside campus
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us for our monthly general body meetings to learn more about us, pressing topics/issues in East Oakland and how you can take action!

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THE CASE AGAINST FREE SPEECH: The First Amendment, Fascism, and the Future of Dissent @ first Congregational Church of Berkeley
Aug 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

P. E. Moskowitz wrote the renowned bestseller, “How To Kill a City,” which revealed the systemic forces behind the gentrification ruining such major American cities as San Francisco, New York, New Orleans and Detroit. Now, with “The Case Against Free Speech” he exposes the powerful forces and political machinations currently defining free speech, a term that has been defined and redefined to suit those in power, to give them the right to push their agenda. What’s more, our investment in the First Amendment has long obscured an uncomfortable truth: free speech is impossible in an unequal society in which a few corporations joined with the ultra-wealthy can bankroll political movements that disenfranchise millions of voters, while our government routinely silences critics of racism and capitalism.

Weaving together history and reporting from Charlottesville, Skokie, Standing Rock and many college campuses, the author argues that all these flashpoints reveal much more about the dire state of our democracy than they do about simply who is allowed to say what. This daring book takes readers directly into the battle raging over this foundational concept, from the back rooms of think-tanks where the very definition of free speech is influenced by billionaires like the Koch Brothers, to “safe spaces” on college campuses, to neo-Nazi rallies protected by the police. Moskowitz dives into the history of how free speech rights have always been reserved for those in power.

Our current definition of free speech merely replicates power while dissuaging dissent. A bright new ideal emerges in “The Case against Free Speech” – as the author makes a clear case for using speech as a tool for exposing the truth, demanding equality, and fighting for all our civil liberties.

P.E.Moskowitz is the author of the bestselling “How To Kill a City,” and a writer for Al Jazeera, The Guardian, the New York Times, Wired, the New Republic and Vice.

Philip Maldari is host and producer of the popular Sunday Morning Show (9 Am – 11 PM) on KPFA Radio.

 

Benefits KPFA Radio 94.1FM

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Aug
29
Thu
30 Days of Actions to Close the Camps. Every day in August at Noon. ICE. SF @ ICE Offices, San Francisco
Aug 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Protests, actions, poetry readings…to demand that immigration detention centers be closed and families reunited.

Daily schedule: https://bit.ly/32MTXEs

A month-long protest outside ICE in downtown San Francisco, organized through word of mouth, networking, and social media, will take place every day from Noon to 1pm during the month of August, by a different sector, group, or organization: librarians, lawyers, public health and health care workers, poets, drummers, journalists, tenants rights activists, educators and students, mothers and families, bar and restaurant workers, environmental activists, grandmothers, the interfaith community…
WHEN: Every day in August from Noon to 1pm

WHERE: ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), 630 Sansome St., San Francisco, CA 94111

WHO: Librarians, lawyers, public health and health care workers, poets, drummers, journalists, tenants rights activists, educators and students, mothers and families, bar and restaurant workers, environmental activists, grandmothers, the interfaith community…
THIS WEEK

Mon Aug 5: Climate & Environmental Justice: No Coal in Oakland, 1000 Grandmothers for Future Generations and other groups

Tues Aug 6: Bend the Arc: Rabbi Shifra Tobacman, Speaker. Also in attendance: Dan Kalb, Oakland City Councilmember

Wed Aug 7: Mothers/Families

Thurs Aug 8: Refuse Fascism

Fri, Aug 9 (11:30am-12:30pm): Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity (monthly vigil) and CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations)

Sat, Aug 10: Tenants Rights

Sun, Aug 11: Students/Educators

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DSA Beer & Roses Labor Social @ Telegraph Beer Garden
Aug 29 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join the East Bay DSA’s Labor Committee for their regular Beer and Roses social. Hang out with other members who are interested in the labor movement, hear about what’s happening in EBDSA Labor Committee & learn how you can get involved.

 

 

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RPA Movie Night: POWER TO HEAL @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Aug 29 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

 

The RPA’s August movie night will feature “POWER TO HEAL,” which tells a poignant chapter in the historic struggle to secure equal and adequate access to healthcare for all Americans. Central to the story is the tale of how a new national program, Medicare, was used to mount a dramatic, coordinated effort that desegregated thousands of hospitals across the country practically overnight. Potluck starts at 6:30, followed by a screening at 7pm and discussion at 8pm.

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Liberate the Cages Voices @ Freedom and Movement Center
Aug 29 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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Aug
30
Fri
#SaveTheAmazon: Action at Brazilian Consulate in Solidarity w/ Amazon’s Indigenous Peoples @ Brazilian Consulate
Aug 30 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am
Who: Everyone is welcome and desperately needed!

The Amazon = LIFE & Capitalism = DEATH

It’s time for our August action!! EVERYONE is welcome!

The Amazon is burning at an unprecedented speed. Ranchers and cattle farmers are burning territory clearing it and creating pastures for cattle, and big agriculture to take over and buy their property. If a section of the rainforest is burned to the ground, it is then open for takeover. Indigenous people, animals, plants, everything is losing their homes and lives in this historic decimation of the lungs of our planet.

President Jair Bolsonaro initially blamed environmentalists for the fires, and later announced the country didn’t have any money to fight the fires. The devastation is nearly beyond comprehension and the consequences on the entire planet are unimaginable.

As many of you following Brasil issues have probably noticed, there has been a very public escalation of violence, murders and intimidation of indigenous people and villages in the last couple of months. Uncontacted tribes are being photographed, and witnessing the outside world, deforestation of the Brasilian Amazon is at unprecedented high, leaders are being murdered and the government is lying to the world about all of this and we must take action.

This action is standing in solidarity with all Indigenous people and territories in the Brasilian Amazon. We are doing a call out to the Bay Area and Northern California native people from all up and down the Americas, and all people here, to come and stand.

Not One More Drop of Indigenous Blood!

We talk about the Condor ~ Eagle prophecy so frequently and this is part of fulfilling the prophecy. Standing together as indigenous people is where our strength comes from. This is a call out for all native people to bring us your songs, to brings us your dances, to please come and lay down your prayers for your relatives fighting for their lives in Brasil. This will be an action of prayer offerings from the North to the South. We all have our many traditional clothes, songs and offerings for prayer and we are asking you to bring yours on behalf of indigenous people being murdered and violently intimidated in Brasil. The Amazon is being cared for by our relatives there and we stand with them, in their defense.

We will be blocking off the street in front of the Brasilian Consulate again, and again will be doing a street mural. We will have many signs again, puppets and music. This action is all about prayer so please only bring prayer and love. We invite you to bring flowers to offer. Please bring your hearts ready to have a powerful action of prayer for all we hold dear. Everyone is welcome and desperately needed.

Let us fill that space with people, let us fill the air with songs, let us flood the street with prayer and let it be heard in Brasil that the Eagle ~ Condor prophecy is real and we are standing solidly in the knowledge that we are making it come true.

PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to come and offer your traditional song and/or dance prayers PLEASE MESSAGE THE PAGE OR EMAIL US AT BrasilSolidaritySFBay [at] Protonmail.com

For more information on what is happening in Brasil go to the BSN page for news articles: https://www.facebook.com/BrasilSolidarityNetwork/

HOSTS:
–Brasil Solidarity Network
–Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network
–Indigenous Women of the Americas Defending Mother Earth Treaty
–Diablo Rising Tide – DiRT
–Idle No More SF Bay
–1000 Grandmothers Bay Area
–NorCal Resist

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400 Years of African American History Symposium @ International House Auditorium
Aug 30 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

This day-long symposium will kick off a year of events at UC Berkeley to mark the 400 year anniversary of the beginning of slavery in North America. The events are being co-organized by the Haas Institute, the African American studies and history departments, the African American Student Development Center, and the Black Staff & Faculty Organization.

The symposium will include remarks by Haas Institute Director and African American studies professor john a. powell, plus several panels and performances detailed below.

Register here.

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30 Days of Actions to Close the Camps. Every day in August at Noon. ICE. SF @ ICE Offices, San Francisco
Aug 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Protests, actions, poetry readings…to demand that immigration detention centers be closed and families reunited.

Daily schedule: https://bit.ly/32MTXEs

A month-long protest outside ICE in downtown San Francisco, organized through word of mouth, networking, and social media, will take place every day from Noon to 1pm during the month of August, by a different sector, group, or organization: librarians, lawyers, public health and health care workers, poets, drummers, journalists, tenants rights activists, educators and students, mothers and families, bar and restaurant workers, environmental activists, grandmothers, the interfaith community…
WHEN: Every day in August from Noon to 1pm

WHERE: ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), 630 Sansome St., San Francisco, CA 94111

WHO: Librarians, lawyers, public health and health care workers, poets, drummers, journalists, tenants rights activists, educators and students, mothers and families, bar and restaurant workers, environmental activists, grandmothers, the interfaith community…
THIS WEEK

Mon Aug 5: Climate & Environmental Justice: No Coal in Oakland, 1000 Grandmothers for Future Generations and other groups

Tues Aug 6: Bend the Arc: Rabbi Shifra Tobacman, Speaker. Also in attendance: Dan Kalb, Oakland City Councilmember

Wed Aug 7: Mothers/Families

Thurs Aug 8: Refuse Fascism

Fri, Aug 9 (11:30am-12:30pm): Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity (monthly vigil) and CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations)

Sat, Aug 10: Tenants Rights

Sun, Aug 11: Students/Educators

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Vigil for Chelsea and Julian
Aug 30 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

SAVE CHELSEA & JULIAN

hI aLL HOPE TO SEE YA oRION
EVERY FRI 530PM TO 7PM “BASTA SAVE CHELSEA AND JULIEN ” VIGIL DEMO POTLUCK MUSIC (7PM AFTER PARTY/MEETING ) FRUITVALE &MACARTHUR OAKLAND

WE HOPE TO CONNECT PEOPLE TO OUR ON-GOING CAMPAIGNS IN THE BAY.

Here is a link to the bay area action for Julian which includes CHELSEA SUPPORT PLEASE SIGN UP
https://bayaction2freeassange.org
TELL EVERY ONE

Thanks for your letters you can write a letter directly to Chelsea here’s her address tell her who you are and why you want to save her don/t be shy
PLEASE WRITE LETTERS TO CHELSEA (only hand written and no post cards no pictures do not write any thing on the outside of the letter to Chelsea Elizebeth Manning

William G Truedale Adult Detention Center
2001MILL ROAD
ALEXANDRIA VA 22314

also join the #LettersToJulian campaign,writejulian.com

WE NEED TO HIP PEOPLE TO THE YOU TUBE SHOWS AND WEB SITES AND TWITTER FEEDS
We find the BEST INFO IS FROM CHELSEA (xychelsea.is) AND JULIEN WEB SITES and twitter feeds YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A MEMBER of TWITTER JUST TYPE IN twitter.com/xychelsea or twitter.com/defendassange and you/ll be able to read and see the latest INTERNATIONAL news and support via the links
also Consortium News ,HAS A Unity4J every friday on line LIVE STREAM vigil for Julian and of course support the work of ongoing wekileaks.org

PLEASE Google the following you tube shows ADD COMENTS ..AND TELL OUR FRIENDS

JIMMY DORE show and chelsea Manning 80,000 HITS SO FAR .. news flash now 90,000 hits
REDACTED TONIGHTt Julien Assange and Chelsea Manning
our own BAY ARE STEVE ZELTZER LABOR VIDEO project  Julien and Chelsea Manning
and SECULAR TALK & julien and Chelsea Manning
and CROSS TALK Julien and Chelsea Manning
Chelsea Manning/s Youtube site
TULSI 2020
VETERANS FOR PEACE
CODE PINK
BLACK AGENDA REPORTS
JILL STEIN
DANIEL ELSBERG
FLASHPOINTS KPFA 5PM EVERY DAY
BRITS LABOR PARTY LEADER JEREMY CORBIN
CHRIS HEDGES FORMER NYT JOURNALIST
Thanks Orion
BELOW IS THE LINK TO her letter she wrote to judge

https://www.aaronswartzday.org/chelsea-manning-letter.

It’s an extreamly well researched LETTER TO THE JUDGE ABOUT THE HISTORY OF SECRET GRAND JURIES Don/t ever forget about what she said in response to her 2nd Grand Jury Trail which they imposed a $500.00 daily fine after 30 days and a $1000.00 daily fine after 60 days “I/D RATHER STARVE THEN ANSWER YOUR SECRET GRAND JURY”

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What Happened to Dujuan? Premiere Screening and Panel @ First Unitarian Church of Oakland
Aug 30 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Join us for a benefit film showing and panel.
This fast-paced powerful documentary follows Barbara Doss’ search to discover the details of her son Dujuan Armstrong’s death in Santa Rita Jail. In June, 2018,23-year-old Dujuan Armstrong died while serving weekends for a 2014 burglary conviction. Thus began Barbara’s journey for truth and justice. The film documents her determined and courageous quest to find out what happened to her son. In her pursuit for justice she quickly runs into the resistance of the Gregory Ahern’s Sheriff’s Department and begins to learn of the opaque and powerful position of American sheriffs. The audience travels with her to the Board of Supervisors, the jail, the cemetery where Dujuan is buried, and one climatic confrontation with the sheriff himself.
Lucas Guilkey is a video journalist based in Oakland. His work focuses on important social issues from mass incarceration to climate change, and from budget cuts to reproductive healthcare. He is working on a feature documentary about what is the largest prisoner hunger strike in U.S. history, which took place in California in 2011 and 2013.
After the film there will be a panel with the filmaker Luca Guilkey and members of the Audit Ahern Coalition. Learn about what is happening in the local county jail, and what you can do to change it.
This is a benefit for the Audit Ahern Coalition and the family of Dujuan Armstrong. Donations will be accepted on a sliding scale, all are welcome.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. join us for desserts and refreshments.
Film starts promptly at 7:45.
This event is sponsored by The Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, The Audit Ahern Coalition and the Ella Baker Partnership Team at the First Unitarian Church of Oakland.
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Aug
31
Sat
A Walking Tour of the 1934 SF General Strike @ Under the Clock Tower, SF Ferry Building
Aug 31 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

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Rally With Danny Glover Against Gentrification & A’s Stadium In Port @ Acts Full Gospel Church
Aug 31 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
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for a community forum to keep the A’s in East Oakland
Food & drink served

WHAT WE NEED:
AFFORDABLE HOUSING GOOD-PAYING JOBS COMMUNITY INVESTMENT A WORKING PORT
WHAT WE DON’T NEED:
GENTRIFICATION
LUXURY HOUSING
JOB LOSS TAXPAYER-FUNDED WASTE

The A’s proposal to abandon the Oakland Coliseum for Howard Terminal is a land grab – threatening the thriving maritime industry and worsening gentrification with luxury condos and high-priced office space. Join our coalition to keep the A’s in East Oakland and invest in the neighborhood they have called home for decades.

The East Oakland Stadium Alliance is a coalition of local community, labor, and business leaders working to keep the A’s in East Oakland. Visit eastoaklandstadiumalliance.com to get involved.

City of Oakland says not so fast to sale of half the Coliseum site to the A’s

Phil Matier Aug. 4, 2019 Updated: Aug. 4, 2019 6:43 a.m.
https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/philmatier/article/City-of-Oakland-says-not-so-fast-to-sale-of-half-14277040.php

The phone lines are burning up in the East Bay over a move by the Oakland City Council that could throw a wrench into the deal for the Oakland A’s new waterfront ballpark.

At issue is Alameda County’s half share of the 155 acre Oakland-Alameda Coliseum site, which it plans to sell to the A’s for $85 million.

The city of Oakland owns the other half and would retain its share in the site. But some City Council members say the county should sell its share to the city, even though it’s unclear if the city has the money to buy out the county.

The A’s have said that the revenues earned from developing the Coliseum site, where the team now plays, is a key component to financing the ballpark at the Port of Oakland’s Howard Terminal.

Nonetheless, sources said the Oakland City Council instructed the city attorney in a closed meeting before going on summer break to draft a letter to the county opposing the sale and raising the possibility of a legal challenge if the deal goes through.

To date however, no letter has been sent.

“I think they are rattling their sabers,” said Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty.

Oakland council members we spoke with confirmed having voted to send the letter, but declined to comment publicly because the matter is still under discussion.

Oakland Port Privatization Scam By Billionaire John Fisher, Demos & Union Bureaucrats
https://youtu.be/1hu_s7A4Yc8

Bay Area ILWU Local 10 and Local 34 longshore workers held a press conference on June 13, 2019 to protest the privatization of the Port Of Oakland Howard Terminal for billionaire A’s owner John Fisher’s new stadium.

ILWU 10 former Secretary Treasurer Clarence Thomas and ILWU Local 34 president Keith Shanklin talked about the threat to not only union maritime jobs but the gentrification of West Oakland by the planned 4,000 condos for more than $1 million each.
They also attacked East Bay Democrats Rob Bonta and CA Senator Nancy Skinner for their “fast track” bills that would override zoning and health and safety protections for the A’s owner John Fisher. Fisher and his family including Doris Fisher also run the union busting charter chains Rocketship and KIPP which are siphoning off hundreds of millions of dollars from public schools in Oakland and througout the state and country.

ILWU also challenged the role of the Alameda Labor Council leadership and that union bureaucrats who are pushing the stadium regardless of the fact that it would destroy the unionized jobs in the port of Oakland of all maritime workers who work at the port.

The Port of Oakland is the 3rd largest port on the West Coast and shippers would be driven out of the Port if this gentrifcation and stadium in built on the bay port property of Howard Terminal. The terminal is used by truckers and also to train longshore workers in the port.

The Oakland City council voted unanimously to support Bonta and Skinner’s bills to “fast track” the privatization of the port and the building of Fisher’s stadium and 4,000 $1 million dollar condos.
Additional media:

Who’s Selling Whom? The A’s Stadium, The Destruction of Howard Terminal In The Port Of Oakland & The Battle In Labor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sgYOaGbB7U&t=19s

“It’s Insane!” ILWU Longshore Workers & Truckers Challenge
Oakland A’s Billionaire Owner John Fisher’s Land Grab Of Howard Terminal
https://youtu.be/5A8uZpqSX_M

Maritime, Labor & The A’s Stadium At The Port Of Oakland Press Conference 5/13/19
https://youtu.be/ouL39ISDzBE

Alameda Labor Council, AFL-CIO Backs Howard Terminal Ballpark for Oakland A’s
https://www.mlb.com/press-release/alameda-labor-council-afl-cio-backs-howard-terminal-ballpark-for-oakland-a-s
Andreas Cluver
https://www.portofoakland.com/people/andreas-cluver-commissioner/

Maritime, Labor & The A’s Stadium At The Port Of Oakland Press Conference
https://youtu.be/ouL39ISDzBE
Sara Nelson AFA CWA President At May Day Oakland Howard Terminal
https://youtu.be/_inof_Hh5Bo

This Is Our Port-May Day 2019 Speakers At Oakland Howard Terminal
https://youtu.be/Y_WQNoEj1cY

On May Day 2019 OEA Pres Keith Brown On The Stadium, Port, ILWU & Public Education
https://youtu.be/uZB-hG5hw0c

On May Day, Canadian Native American ILWU 500 Unionist Joeen Karen Speaks In Oakland For Solidarity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Jkz62YiRiE

ILWU 10, May Day 2019, The A’s Port Stadium, Privatization & Gentrification In Oakland
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMd_NFNRtjU

A’s Billionaire Owner Fisher Loses Laney College Land Grab-Labor Community Speak Out
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMvg45CFGjU

Laney Land Not For Sale! Community, Students & Faculty Rally Against A’s Land Grab Of College Land
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lx-tVzsl-Ck
Production of Labor Video Project
http://www.laborvideo.org

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Culmination: Month of Momentum 30 Days of Action to Close the Camps @ ICE San Francisco
Aug 31 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

After 30 days of daily protests outside ICE to close the camps, we invite EVERYONE to attend a culminating protest on Saturday, August 31 at Noon.

Music by:
•Emma’s Revolution – https://emmasrevolution.com
•Diana Gameros – https://www.dianagameros.com
•Betsy Rose & Bonnie Lockhart – https://www.betsyrosemusic.org
•La Peña Chorus (with Lichi Fuentes) – https://www.lapenachorus.org

Speakers (TBA)

And food

More info to come.
Please follow this page for more.

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AFROHELLA: TECH + ENTREPRENEURSHIP + SOCIAL IMPACT @ The Five and Dime
Aug 31 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Sep
1
Sun
A Walking Tour of the 1934 SF General Strike @ Under the Clock Tower, SF Ferry Building
Sep 1 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

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Fascists Out of Berkeley! @ People's Park
Sep 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Amber Cummings, a known fascist organizer is planning a rally, “No to Marxism in America” in Berkeley, CA on September 1st at Sproul Plaza. It is critical that the people of the greater Bay Area show up to resist their hateful actions and rhetoric. The ideology and presence of fascist forces are on the rise not only in the United States but around the globe.

Domestically, the U.S. government is carrying out the imprisonment of tens of thousands of Latin American migrants and refugees at the southern border who are escaping war and terror in their countries created by the imperialist policies of the United States. In the Bay Area alone there are over 55,000 homeless people living on the streets. We will mobilize against the fascists and we will not forget the daily oppression of working people.

This is the environment that allows fascism to develop.

Our plan is to meet at People’s Park (2556 Haste) at 10AM. We will rally there and march to Sproul Plaza at noon.

If you would like to co-sponsor this event or if you have an accessibility request, please email wewontgo@riseup.net

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Climate Justice – Non-Violent Direct Training @ Omni Commons
Sep 1 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

ACTIVATING THE ENTIRE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
for the Global Climate Strike September 20-27, 2019 & beyond

WHAT IS NVDA?

NVDA stands for Non-Violent Direct Action. Examples of nonviolent direct action (also known as nonviolence, nonviolent resistance, or civil resistance) can include sit-ins, strikes, workplace occupations, or street blockades.

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Sunflower Alliance Meeting @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Sep 1 @ 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Please join us for our regular biweekly meeting of the Sunflower Alliance.  (Yes, it’s Labor Day weekend, but come if you can.) We’ll discuss ongoing campaigns and future plans, the September actions, and other ways to fight fossil fuels and work for a just and sustainable world.  Old friends and newcomers are equally welcome.  We need your participation and your voice! Come early to hang out and share a. potluck lunch.

Potluck lunch 12:30 PM
Meeting 1 – 3 PM

 

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