SF Car caravan & rally: Cancel the Rents!
Sep 26 @ 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
-Car caravan: 11:30AM at 1875 Marin St.
-Rally: 1:30PM at Garfield Square
Join Sunday’s car caravan (on bike or car) to demand: Stop all evictions! Cancel the rent debt! Housing for all! If you can’t make the caravan, feel free to join for the rally at 1:30PM at Garfield Square.
The U.S. government just marked Labor Day by cutting federal unemployment benefits for 7 million workers, which will immediately deepen poverty and compound the housing crisis.
The most recent eviction moratorium enacted by the CDC was cruelly struck down by order of the Supreme Court. The court’s majority opinion was explicit in its prioritization of profit over human lives. It argued, “Preventing [landlords] from evicting tenants who breach their leases intrudes on one of the most fundamental elements of property ownership—the right to exclude.” The court also expressed their fear that if the moratorium was allowed to stand then the government could also decide to mandate, “free grocery delivery to the homes of the sick or vulnerable.” The Supreme Court proved yet again that it is a tool for the rich and powerful to oppress the working class.
We need to build a powerful movement to win an indefinite moratorium that prevents 11 million people from being kicked out of their homes. But that alone will not resolve the situation. We need rent and mortgage cancellation to wipe out the mountain of debt that has accumulated amid the Coronavirus-induced economic crisis. The big corporations and banks have already been thoroughly bailed out by the government — renters, mortgage holders and small landlords deserve the same kind of desperately-needed assistance.
Join us in San Francisco at 11:30am at 1875 Marin St for a car caravan and rally (1:30PM at Garfield Square) with the Cancel the Rents Campaign to demand that:
∙ Congress pass an indefinite moratorium on evictions that covers 100% of the country
∙ Authorities at all levels dramatically speed up the distribution of already-allocated renter relief funds
∙ Congress cancel the rents and wipe out all rent and mortgage debt accumulated during the pandemic

Learn more at Join us in this struggle for fair housing! People over Profits! Housing for all!

Newsom Climate Justice Demo @ State Capitol North Steps
Sep 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Tell Governor Newsom:  The recall is over but the fight for Climate Justice is not!

Join climate, environment, and public health advocates to start the clock on Governor Newsom’s post-recall climate justice agenda with a demonstration on the steps of the Capitol Building in Sacramento.

As the public health cost of California’s rapidly worsening wildfire season mounts, the countdown to COP26 represents a new urgency for Governor Newsom to take action and end our state’s biggest contribution to greenhouse gas emissions: fossil fuel extraction.

Come to Sacramento to call on Governor Newsom to STOP issuing new fossil fuel permits, DROP existing production through a just transition, and ROLL out 2,500-f00t health and safety setbacks.

Sponsored by Last Chance Alliance, Food & Water Watch-California, Center for Biological Diversity, Oil and Gas Action Network, and allies including 350 Sacramento, 350 Bay Area, Fossil Free CA, and more.

RSVP on Facebook here, or on the Action Network page here.

The right to safe, legal abortion – San Francisco
Oct 2 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Three weeks ago, getting an abortion in Texas became almost virtually impossible as Senate Bill 8 passed – making it illegal to get an abortion after 5 or 6 weeks no matter the circumstance. The US Supreme Court denied an emergency stay on this bill, and instead allowed it to go into effect immediately. With their upcoming ruling on the Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization case, this lack of action represents a willingness of the court to appease right-wing bigots. With attacks on abortion rights poised to increase as the Supreme Court fails to defend them, and restrictive legislation spreading to other states, we need to act now to block these efforts to restrict abortion rights further – and beyond that, we need to demand that the right to safe, legal abortion be granted for everyone under federal law.

Joe Biden has pledged multiple times to make Roe v Wade, in his words, the “law of the land”. The Democrats have control of both the Presidency and Congress. As right-wing attacks spread, there is no excuse not to act immediately to make abortion legal on a national level; however, they have shown absolutely no willingness to act. It took a mass movement to earn abortion rights in the first place. It will take a mass movement now to defend them.

We will be at the women’s march in San Francisco Oct 2, demanding mass action to defend and extend reproductive rights. The march starts at 11am at Grove St. and Hyde St. in San Francisco – see you there!

Socialist Alternative Bay Area will also be holding a virtual public meeting the day after the event to discuss what our next steps in the fight should be, more information to come!

Defend Reproductive Rights @ TBA
Oct 2 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm


Abortion has never been fully accessible, but we are at the risk of losing our reproductive freedom completely. The call to action is clear, and urgent. The relentless attacks from Texas to Mississippi are ramping up quickly.

Anti-choice extremists have a deep desire to return to a time when there was more clear and effective domination and control over queer and trans folks, women, and people of color; they want to revive those old values and societal norms to the point of re-acceptance. The authoritarian agenda of reproductive control is fueled by misogyny and racism – and we must challenge it, together.

We have this opportunity to invite all the people that know us and love us into this important movement and work united as we build something better for our families and communities. As a small powerful group tries to come for our human rights over and over again, we’ll never let go of our vision of reproductive justice; for unfettered abortion access and everything we need to support and grow our families to thrive and live healthy lives.

This is your fight. This is our fight. This impacts all of us. Rise up on October 2!


For pandemic safety, masks that cover the nose and mouth are required at all times when near people outside your household. Extra masks will be available in the First Aid and Information Tents.

Disclaimer: Please always keep 6 feet of social distance from any person who is not in your household and wear a face mask to cover your nose and mouth.

National Mobilization for Reproductive Justice – SF @ SF Federal Bldg
Oct 3 @ 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Rally and Speak Out:
Protect & expand Roe v. Wade; safe, legal abortion on demand without apology
Repeal the Hyde Amendment
Stop forced sterilization
No to caged kids, forced assimilation & child welfare abuses
Defend queer & trans families
End medical & environmental racism; for universal healthcare
Guarantee medically sound sex education & affordable childcare
Uphold social progress with expanded voting rights & strong unions

Hosted by Bay Area Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women.
Info: BayAreaFSP [at]

Eviction Protest @ Near Grand Lake Theater
Oct 5 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Five tenants at Raj Properties apartments in Oakland are facing eviction.
Among them is a dear friend and elder Momii,�  a longtime Japantown activist and a current activist on housing and poor people’s issues.�  Momii and family (who have lived at the property for 26 years) and 4 other tenants are facing imminent eviction from their home in Oakland.

Protest aimed at the abusive landlord who is trying to evict 5 tenants in the midst of a pandemic

Stop Political Repression in El Salvador @ El Salvador consulate
Oct 15 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Protest the political repression under president Bukele. Free the FMLN prisoners. Show respect for human rights and democratic institutions in El Salvador. Respect the 1992 Peace Accords. We will picket outside the consulate.

March for Reparations to African People: One year after the murder of George Floyd @ Snow Park
Oct 16 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
sm_march-oakland-clubcard-a_copy.jpg March for Reparations to African People: One year after the murder of George Floyd, it’s not over. The struggle continues.

On Saturday October 16, 2021, the Uhuru Solidarity Movement is hosting a March for Reparations to African People in four cities across the U.S.. The march is part of a decades-long campaign calling on white people to go beyond protest and get organized under the leadership of the African working class. Oakland’s march will begin at Snow Park (Harrison St & 19th St, Oakland, CA 94612) at 11:00am. This campaign is also a national fundraiser with the goal of raising $20,000 for the black self-reliance and economic development projects of the Black Power Blueprint (

Rally and March to Demand Justice for Jonathan Cortez @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Oct 16 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

We’re calling on everybody to support Jonathan’s family in this moment. Jonathan took a trip to the corner store a month ago and never came home because he was gunned down by the FBI.

Unknown law enforcement agents have continued to call, harass, and follow members of his family, including at his funeral. This is terrorism.

On Saturday, let’s show the feds that the community is united in support of the family! We condemn Jonathan’s murder, call out the horrific acts of law enforcement on the day of his funeral, and demand justice and accountability.
The family demands:

  • The FBI must release all video recordings of Jonathan’s killing;
  • Mayor Schaaf must name the officers or agents who were involved in Jonathan’s murder;
  • Jonathan’s personal belongings must be returned to his family;
  • All federal, state and local law enforcement must immediately stop harassing and following Jonathan’s family;
  • Stop the ongoing character assassination of Jonathan.

In addition, the family and community are outraged that the City of Oakland has done nothing to protect us from outside law enforcement agencies like the FBI and the California Highway Patrol, which killed Erik Salgado last year. We demand answers and accountability.

Hope to see y’all tomorrow!

Free Julian Assange! @ Grand Lake Theater
Oct 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

George Orwell said: “If you wanna vision of the future imagine a boot stomping on a human face forever.”  Well at the moment it is the face of Julian Assange.

Please join me at the Grand Lake to protest the vengeance against Assange who is being imprisoned for revealing the war crimes of the US government, the corruption of the oligarchs, and the piracy by global corporations.

Julian “stands vivified and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent vermin vanguarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition.”  (quoting V)

Come and show your support for freedom of the press and speech. Come protest this vengeful system that uses secrecy to hide its crimes and a British court system shown to be totally corrupt in keeping Assange in solitary confinement with no prosecutable charges left.

Free Julian Assange!

Free Speech!  Free Journalists!  Free Press! No to Endless US Wars


Nozomi Hayase, Author, “Wikileaks, the Global Fourth Estate: History is Happening”

Andrew Kodama, Exec. Dir. Mt. Diablo Peace & Justice Center

Dennis Bernstein, Host, KPFA’s Flashpoints

Mickey Huff, Director, Project Censored

Cynthia Papermaster, CodePink/Women for Peace

Rick Sterling, Syria Solidarity Movement

Jeff Mackler, Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal; Admin. Comm., UNAC

Rep., SF Labor Council

Tom Lacey, Bay Area Peace and Freedom Party

Shahid Buttar, activist/organizer


With a special rap from

Jabari Shaw

Taped greetings from

Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize novelist

Daniel Ellsberg, Pentagon Papers defendant

Mumia Abu-Jamal, innocent journalist/political prisoner

Noam Chomsky, author

Boots Riley, of The Coup; Director, “Sorry to Bother You”

Sponsor: Freedom for Julian Assange SF Bay Area    Contact

Co-Sponsors: Courage Foundation ( � San Francisco Bay Area National Lawyers Guild � Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal � Black Allianiance for Peace � Code Pink/Women for Peace, � United National Antiwarwar Coalition � International Action Center � Syria Solidarity Movement � P� Peninsula Peace and Justice Center � Peace and Freedom Party � Socialist Actionion � Green Party of Alameda County � U.S. Peace Council � BAYAN USA � • Haiti Action Committee � Socialist Organizer � Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universsalists Social Justice Committee � Task Force on the Americas � Mt.Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center � Workers World Party � Veteran For Peace ce � San Jose Peace and Justice Center � Women’s International League for Peace & Freeddom � Bay Action Comm. to Free Julian Assange � Labor Action Comm. to Free Muumia Abu-Jamal � CWA TNG 39521 Pacifica Media Workers Union.

BlackRock, Banks, and Biden: Defund Fossil Fuels
Oct 29 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Youth march 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

As we approach the global climate talks in Glasgow, join a global day of action against the biggest funders of climate chaos to demand that banks and finance companies like BlackRock stop funding fossil fuels.

The Youth Climate Finance Alliance and many climate justice organizations have called this worldwide day of action. A growing network of Indigenous Land Defenders, community organizations, climate activists, and student strikers are preparing local events like the one in San Francisco.

Big banks are accelerating the climate crisis by financing fossil fuels – and they must be held accountable. Without funding, fossil fuel projects cannot be built. And that’s exactly what we need in order to stave off the worst effects of the climate emergency

Help paint a block-long street mural with paint made from California wildfire ashes and charcoal. Street Mural Action Initiated by: NDN Collective, Idle No More SF Bay, AIM Foothills Central California Chapter, CA MMIWP2S.  Join Youth vs Apocalypse in a Youth March.

more details/RSVP

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Later the same day you can join in the day of action at 3:30 PM for an hour-long protest at Citibank, 666 Third Street near 101, in San Rafael.  Some signs are provided or bring your own.

Day of the Dead Vigil and Rally for Medicare for All in San Francisco @ Alta Plaza Park
Oct 30 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
We will gather at Alta Plaza Park (Jackson St. & Steiner St.) in the Presidio neighborhood of San Francisco at 12 noon and proceed to Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s residence in the style of a funeral procession.
In mourning the tens of thousands of lives lost, we demand Speaker Pelosi take actions to support the passage of Medicare for All into law!

On Saturday, October 30, 2021, we will be mourning the unnecessary deaths of 68,000 Americans annually due to lack of healthcare and also the estimated 285,000+ deaths for the same reason since the beginning of the pandemic.

We will gather at Alta Plaza Park in the Presidio neighborhood of San Francisco at 12 noon. Protesters will be asked to “dress as if you were attending a funeral.” We will carry a life-size coffin with the number “68,000” painted in red in the style of a funeral procession to Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s residence.

In front of Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s residence, which is arguably the most haunted place in SF, for her refusal and neglect to take action in the face of so many deaths in the United States of America, we will have a speaker lineup of local activists, representing medical professional, communities of color, immigrants, LGBTQ+ communities and leaders in SF neighborhoods which have been most affected by COVID-19 deaths.

Confirmed Speakers

Ana Malinow (SF physician, lifelong organizer for Medicare for All, former president of Physicians for a National Health Program)

Cynthia Papermaster (SF activist, CodePink Golden Gate/Extinction Rebellion)

Eric Curry (SF activist, currently running for congress in CA-12)

Dr. Joe Jarvis (Author of “The Purple World, Healing the Harm in American Healthcare”

Kristina Lee (Reproductive Justice Activist and Writer, Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women)

Laura Fielding (Executive Director, Red Berets Medicare for All & Board Member of Whole Washington)

Patrick Cote (a.k.a. Pat the Berner, Host of Punch Up Pod)

Scott Desnoyers (Healthcare justice activist,

Shahid Buttar (SF activist, congressional candidate in CA-12)

This event is co-sponsored by:

CodePink Golden Gate/Extinction Rebellion, Freedom Socialist Party/Radical Women, Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) and Santa Clara County Single Payer Health Care Coalition.

(More to be announced…)

We demand Speaker Nancy Pelosi:

1. Co-sponsor H.R. 1976 immediately

2. Support to bring the bill onto the floor of the seven committees of jurisdiction for hearing (No More Sabotage!)

3. Proactively build support for H.R.1976 among her democratic colleagues

4. Proactively work to build support for H.R 1976 among her republican friends

5. Hold hearings on CMMI and DCEs, which are handing traditional Medicare to Wall Street

6. Take a public pledge not to accept money from health-related industry

Please bring a photo of your loved ones who have been deceased. Please bring a copy of your medical bills, so Speaker Pelosi may visualize the amount of your pain and suffering. We will recite the names of the deceased.

This is a peaceful protest. We strongly recommend protesters wear a mask during the protest, though we ask you to refrain from wearing monster masks that cover your entire face.

National Mobilization for Reproductive Justice: SF Federal Building @ Federal Bldg
Oct 31 @ 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Rally and Speak Out:
Protect & expand Roe v. Wade; safe, legal abortion on demand without apology
Repeal the Hyde Amendment
Stop forced sterilization
No to caged kids, forced assimilation & child welfare abuses
Defend queer & trans families
End medical & environmental racism; for universal healthcare
Guarantee medically sound sex education & affordable childcare
Uphold social progress with expanded voting rights & strong unions

Hosted by Bay Area Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women.
Info: BayAreaFSP [at]

House the People, Liberate the Land! @ RCD Offices
Nov 10 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Rally and Street Fair

We demand RCD (Resources for Community Development) drop out of UC’s plan to destroy People’s Park!

We demand tenant-controlled public housing and open public space!

Join us outside real estate developer RCD’s offices to demand actual solutions to the housing and economic crises and learn the truth about RCD’s crisis profiteering model.

RCD Offices, Oxford at Allston

The Fight Continues to Defend AMED & Professor Rabab
Nov 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

ear Friends and Supporters for Justice in Palestine, the battle for AMED has reached a critical junctureD and to save it will take community support and for us all to do our part.

Time To Take A Stand: From 1968 ’ To 2021 – The Fight Continues to Defend AMED & Prof Rabab

Join us for a Press Conference & Community Speak Out @SFSU Weds 11/17 @11am to stand up for the Arab & Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas (AMED) Studies Program at SFSU. Facebook event pg:
You can also support by sending a letter to SFSU Pres Mahoney, whether you are an alumni or community member by clicking here:

Since its inception in 2007, AMED remains critically under-resourced, while enduring ongoing attacks against Dr. Abdulhadi and her students at SFSU who have experienced death threats, wanted style posters and ominous blacklists, with attacks on their freedom of speech and academic freedom from corporate and zionist outside forces.

Instead of opposing these attacks, the Administration and the Chancellor have not only refused to take a stand, they are now openly partnering with AEN: a known Zionist network and supporter of apartheid Israel in the censoring of AMED by Zoom, Facebook and Youtube, and in doing so clearly chosen to side with the oppressors.

The 1968 San Francisco State Student Strike hailed as the strike that Changed Higher Ed Forever was over 53 years ago, but today the struggles remain the same.

Email: and let us know if your organization can endorse or how you can get involved. Share widely!

Save our Solar Jobs @ San Francisco Civic Center Plaza
Jan 13 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Save Our Solar Jobs Rally January 13th

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) released a proposal that would devastate solar access and jobs in California. If passed, this proposal would put solar out of reach for millions of people. We must act now and tell Governor Newsom and the CPUC to protect the solar savings policy.

We must tell him to protect solar jobs. We must tell him to protect your solar rights and savings.

Please join us for the Save our Solar Jobs Rally 


We are calling on you, your family, friends, neighbors, and more to join us. Let’s show Governor Newsom and the CPUC the overwhelming support for solar.

There will be two simultaneous rallies on Thursday, January 13 at 11 AM � one at thhe San Francisco Civic Center Plaza and one at Grand Park in Los Angeles.

Make sure to RSVP and we will follow up with more detailed logistics and instructions!

Hope you can join the rally for solar!

Support Youth: Teachers Divest from Climate Destruction
Jan 13 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Youth vs. Apocalypse invites all students, teachers, and allies to tell the California Teachers Association to stop supporting investment in fossil fuels.


YVA and other youth have been campaigning for the California State Teachers Retirement Fund (CalSTRS) to divest from fossil fuel. They have testified at many meetings, held demonstrations, and built a growing movement of support.

But the California Teachers Association (CTA), one of two state unions for California public school teachers, has been actively blocking this effort, supporting investment in the same fossil fuel industry that is causing global destruction, environmental racism, and misinformation. CTA has a huge influence on CalSTRS and where teachers’ money goes.

Come join Youth vs. Apocalypse to target CTA headquarters. Also, tell your teachers or any teachers you know to go to and take action.


Rally and Caravan for Kerry Baxter Jr @ San Antonio Park
Jan 16 @ 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
January 16, 2022 will be the 11th year anniversary of the Murder of Kerry Baxter Junior. Join us for a March and Caravan at San Antonio Park in Oakland California.
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The family and friends of Kerry Baxter Junior is holding a Community Rally and Caravan on the 11th year anniversary of his Murder. He was lured to San Antonio Park in East Oakland beaten and chased around the corner where he was shot in the back and died in front of San Antonio Church. It will be 11 years since he was murdered and the OPD has done nothing but harass his grandmother and put out lies about how he was killed. There were witnesses and others who saw what happened including his ex girlfriend and her friend who lured him to where he was killed. We are asking Attorney General Bonita to take over investigating his murder and prove that no one even the Police are above the law. We will meet at San Antonio Park and caravan to San Antonio Church where he was killed and then lead a caravan to the Downtown Oakland Police Station.

Reclaim MLK’s Radical Legacy @ Port of Oakland
Jan 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Enough Is Enough! No Public Funded Stadium In Port Of Oakland For Billionaire A’s Owner @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Jan 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Enough Is Enough!
No Public Funded Stadium In The Port Of Oakland
For Billionaire A’s Owner John Fisher

(Wear your masks)

It is time to call a halt to the A’s billionaire owner John Fisher’s plans for a stadium in the Port of Oakland. Why are Oakland politicians and some union officials pushing spending $700 million for a privately owned stadium, hotels and 4,000 million-dollar condos for the wealthy? We need to stop this racist gentrification project at the port.

On January 19th, there will be another environmental hearing to approve the EIR that this project will follow the environmental rules. This is another charade. State politicians Nancy Skinner and Rob Banta with the support of Governor Newsom changed the rules to allow the port to be destroyed by the billionaire’s development and for it to be funded by hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money.

While thousands are homeless in Oakland, they want Fisher who also owns the GAP and controls the KIPP and Rocketship charter school chains to take more control of the Oakland Community. Community activists and trade unionists will be speaking out against public money for this billionaire’s development scheme.

This project will also destroy 80,000 maritime jobs of ILWU and other maritime unions at the port which is critical to the Bay Area. Where will the thousands of trucks park but in the West Oakland neighborhoods. The mayor and the Port Commission and it’s chair Andreas Cluver who is also head of the Alameda Building Trades really don’ t care since they are taking orders from Fisher.

It is time to stop this scam and con game by billionaire Fisher and his rubber stamps.

Reject the EIR Report
No Union Busting In The Port Of Oakland
Working Class Housing With Public Funds
Stop Allowing Billionaires to Rip Off The People of Oakland

Initiated by United Front Committee For A Labor Party UFCLP
Endorsed by Melody Davis

Environmental Advocate Margaret Gordon Turns Against Oakland A’s Development