Homeless Eviction Support Needed @ High Street Camp, near Home Depot
Oct 29 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Homeless Eviction Support Needed @ High Street Camp, near Home Depot
Oct 30 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Defend Wood Street Homeless Encampment as City of Oakland Attacks
Nov 5 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

The United Front Against Displacement, an organization composed of Homeless and housed activists, is holding a rally Tues., Nov. 5 at 8 am on West Grand and Wood St., (2217 Wood St.) to defend the Wood Street encampment. The residents have been repeatedly threatened by the City of Oakland with the towing and seizure of their vehicles, shelters and personal property.

The City of Oakland and the Oakland Police Department have been harassing a local encampment on Wood Street, issuing them a series of “notices to tow” by claiming that their shelters were abandoned or inoperable, subject to tow and removal. Residents have been given three contradicting warnings to vacate.

Confusion has been heightened as city officials have backed away from previous promises of expanded services in the area. Residents and activists have mobilized over the last year against treatment by the city of Oakland by rallying at the Oakland City Hall. At the Nov. 5 action, residents and homeless advocates will come together in an attempt to stop the evictions on Wood St. and West Grand Ave. and fight back against this latest upcoming attack on their community.

Moms for Housing Housewarming Party
Nov 18 @ 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join the Moms for Housing for a housewarming party! The Moms for Housing have reclaimed a vacant, investor-owned home on behalf of the Oakland community and Black, working single moms everywhere. Come down to 2928 Magnolia Street starting at noon today to celebrate the move into #MomsHouse and help the Moms for Housing defend their new home from the predatory real estate speculators that kept this home vacant for the last two years.

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Help Create the Housing Justice Village. Stop the Sweeps @ See poster
Nov 24 all-day

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Bay Area Climate Strike and Resiliency Village – SF
Dec 6 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

On the day of the next global climate strike, join the Sunrise Movement, Youth vs. Apocalypse, and others for a Resilience Village and mass march to divest from destruction and invest a Green New Deal.

Details available soon.

More info as it becomes available — and sign up here 

After you have signed up, you will receive more details about the march shortly.

Youth-Led Climate Strike at Blackrock, SF @ Blackrock HQ
Dec 6 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

The youth are leading us back to the streets! On December 6th, Youth vs. Apocalypse and other groups are organizing actions as part of the next global climate strike. In San Francisco, activists will occupy BlackRock’s SF headquarters, demanding that the corporation divest from fossil fuels, the destruction of the Amazon Rainforest, and private prisons that hold migrant youth and adults. An Oakland component of this action has been postponed until January. Youth and adults are both welcome to get involved. Learn more and sign up to support the actions!

UPDATE: Moms 4 Housing Eviction Defense
Dec 17 @ 6:00 am – 12:00 pm


On November 18th, a group of mothers without shelter reclaimed possession of a vacant investor-owned property in West Oakland. On December 3rd they received an eviction notice from Wedgewood Inc., one of the country’s biggest “fix & flip” companies that has profited significantly from the housing crisis.

Moms 4 Housing is calling on all community supporters and members of the media to come to 2928 Magnolia St. on the 17th to defend #MomsHouse. The Alameda County Sheriff’s office has confirmed that they will be enforcing the eviction order on December 17th beginning as early as 6 a.m.

Eviction Defense: Moms 4 Housing
Dec 26 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Moms 4 Housing Court Date / Eviction Defense @ Hayward Hall of Justice
Dec 30 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

On December 26th, court was continued until December 30th, when Moms 4 Housing will be given a chance to make their case.

Check out @Moms4Housing on twitter.

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Participate in the eviction defense, as necessary, by showing up at 2928 Magnolia St., Oakland, CA after 9:00 AM.


Moms 4 Housing Eviction Defense @ Moms' House
Jan 13 @ 6:30 am – 11:45 pm

The Moms who occupied a vacant house in West Oakland on Nov 18th, owned by a development corporation, lost their court case Friday, the judge ordering the Sheriff to evict them “within five days.”

At their press conference at the house after the decision, the Moms called for people to stand with them beginning at 6:30 AM at 2928 Magnolia (one block off Adeline), Oakland.  Should you be willing to risk arrest in non-violent civil disobedience the Moms and their allies have lawyers available and ready to help.  Otherwise, there are plenty of roles for those not willing or unable to risk arrest, and the more bodies there are the less likely Sheriff’s deputies are to attempt an eviction.

Depending on what happens, they will need people continually throughout the day and evening and into Tuesday.  Coming at any time (and perhaps bringing food or coffee…) will help.


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Their statement:

No one should be homeless when homes are sitting empty. Housing is a human right. The Moms for Housing are uniting mothers, neighbors and friends to reclaim housing for the Oakland community from the big banks and real estate speculators.

Moms for Housing is a collective of homeless and marginally housed mothers. Before we found each other, we felt alone in this struggle. But there are thousands of others like us here in Oakland and all across the Bay Area. We are coming together with the ultimate goal of reclaiming housing for the community from speculators and profiteers.

We are mothers, we are workers, we are human beings, and we deserve housing. Our children deserve housing. Housing is a human right.

A statement as of 1/12/20, from

One of the homeless mothers who has been living in a vacant West Oakland house since Nov. 18 scoffed Saturday night at an offer by the house’s owner to pay to move them out and shelter them for the next two months, calling the offer “an insult.”

“It is deeply disingenuous for this multi-million-dollar corporation, through their multi-million-dollar public relations firm, to pretend to be concerned about the well being of black families,” said Dominique Walker, one of the mothers who has been staying at this Magnolia Street house, owned by the real estate investment firm Wedgewood Properties. “Wedgewood CEO Greg Geiser is desperate to avoid taking responsibility for how this company has contributed to the housing crisis that is causing families like mine to be homeless and for participating in an industry that has robbed Black and marginalized communities of land and wealth for generations.”

“We want to buy this home through the Oakland Community Land Trust, but Wedgewood would rather see our kids be in shelters or worse,” Walker said in her statement Saturday night. “We have seen corporations with blood on their hands try to buy public favor and this is an example. Their ‘offer’ is an insult.”

Earlier Saturday, Wedgewood said it’s offering to pay for the women’s move to a shelter run by a nonprofit and pay for them to stay there for two months.

Wake Up Call: Part of MLK’s Radical Legacy Weekend @ MacArthur BART Station
Jan 17 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

Join SURJ’s Mobilization Committee for our annual “Wake-Up Call” during the 6th Annual Reclaim Martin Luther King Jr.’s Radical Legacy Weekend. We’ll be calling commuters in with broadcasts of inspiring MLK speeches, passing out information on alternatives to calling the police, and inviting people to come out to Monday’s big MLK Day rally and march (see for more info).

MLK’s Radical Legacy and Climate Strike @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Jan 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 pm

MLK’s Radical Legacy and Climate Strike, January 17-20

The Anti Police-Terror Project will celebrate the sixth annual Reclaim MLK’s Radical Legacy weekend, starting with support for a youth-led climate strike and Resilient Village Friday January 17.  Throughout the weekend people and organizations will hold events, culminating with the sixth annual march and rally on  Monday.

Events will highlight the struggles against ICE and concentration camps, for housing for all, against school closures and cops in the schools. They will support families and community against police violence, movements for land and growing our own food, and the Oakland Climate Strike and Resilient Village organized by Youth Vs. Apocalypse and Mycelium Youth Network.

More details as they are available here

The Friday Resilient Village, 10 AM – 1 PM, will raise awareness about climate resilience and how youth can stand up for climate justice. It will include   hands-on workshops on herbal making, civic engagement, art, water catchment, live art making, youth performances, an open mic, and more. This event will provide youth with strategies for addressing climate change within their families and communities and ways to work for climate justice on a local and global scale. This action is youth led and co-hosted by YVA, Mycelium Youth Network, Planting Justice and others.

Guerilla Housing: Reclaiming Dr.King’s Legacy of Radical Action @ Near Burger King, East Oakland
Jan 18 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us to build “The Right to Exist” Village no experience necessary! (But if you’re a builder, give us a call.)

For the past three years, The Village in Oakland #feedthepeople has participated in Reclaiming Dr. Martin Luther King’s Radical Legacy by reclaiming unused and/or neglected public landed owned by the City of Oakland to build temporary emergency shelter for our brothers and sisters living on the streets.

The goals are simple:
1. Let people get off the ground, out of tents and into something safe until permanent deeply affordable housing is accessible to our people.
2. Show how illegitimate, ineffective, cruel and inhumane the mayor and her Encampment Management Team are in approaching the homeless crisis that her decisions helped create.
3. Connect the dots between gentrification, the housing affordability crisis and the homeless state of emergency.
4. Inspire regular people like us – both housed and unhoused – to take matters in our own hands and provide community driven solutions since city hall refuses to.

This past year, we focussed on upgrading existing curbside communities by building homes and communal kitchens, upgrading self made homes,, defending self built homes from demolition, and improving conditions at curbside communities that are neglected or brutalized by the mayor’s encampment management team.

One such community is in East Oakland behind the Burger King on East 12th and 14th Ave. We built three emergency homes, are providing regular trash service, and supported the residents in their political empowerment – in particular learning about their rights and developing self government.

This Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, instead of moving on to an empty piece of public land, we call all housed and unhoused volunteers to concentrate our energies on this East Oakland encampment and finish building “The Right To Exist” Curbside Community – that the longterm residents have designed and named.

On January 18 & 19th from 10am to 5pm, we will build 5 tiny homes, a communal kitchen, a solar shower, a bike operated washer, raised garden beds, and paint murals on the three finished homes. We will serve food all day, do a huge trash pick up along East 12th from 14th to 22nd Ave, and offer workshops and services for our unhoused brothers and sisters: Know Your Rights, Adverse Possession and Squatters Rights, Health and Wellness for Curbside Living.

If you want to help us prepare, you can join a committee by contacting Needa Bee at 510-355-7010 :
– building (for skilled builders, carpenters and handy people)
– gardening
– trash pick up
– murals
– outreach to surrounding neighborhood
– food services
– donation solicitation
– portapotty outreach – finding a neighboring business or community to sponsor portapotty services

But, most importantly, please come on MLK weekend – even if you can only be there for a couple of hours! Bring your friends and neighbors (housed and unhoused), too!

If you cannot contribute in person, please contribute resources: We need $16,000 to complete this work. We currently have $8,000 raised. To fill the gap, you can

– donate at
– send a gift card to TheVillage ( at
– donate building materials, food, etc, by contacting

If you have other questions or media requests, please contact Needa Bee at 510-355-7010.

Rally! The Unhoused Across CA Reclaim Their Voice! @ Sacramento City Hall
Jan 21 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm


The time it long over due for those in poverty to be heard. Unhoused,advocates, and allies will be coming in from across CA. we will have a rally and an undisclosed action.

On Nov 4 2019 we had to disrupt a meeting with 350 statewide representatives. Our main demand was that we be at the table in these forums panels and homeless policy workshops. We have been approached by less then a handful of reps. We wrote a statement with 21 demands. We also mentioned we would be heard or we would start shutting it down. Martin Luther King Day is the day before this event. This is the same fight 50 years later. Everyone come and be loud and help remind this government they work for all of we the people. NO MORE ABOUT US WITHOUT US, NO MORE DEATH ON THE STREETS AND HOUSING NOW! CA has 189,000+ unhoused. There is a war on the poor.

The National law Center on Homelessness and poverty just released its 2019 report. In the 120+ report is the HALL OF SHAME 7 total made the list. Sacramento made the list due to the stockton blvd sweep and the city trying to sue the unhoused, also redding CA made the list regard mayor trying to gain conservatorship of the unhoused. UNITED WE MUST RISE AGAINST THE INJUSTICES. SACRAMENTO IS THE PLACE TO SHUT IT DOWN! SILENCE IS COMPLICITY AND COMPLICITY IS CREATING POLICIES THAT ARE KILLING PEOPLE!


Leap Day Action – Declare Climate Emergency – extravagant spectacle, roving street party @ Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza
Feb 29 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Use your Extra Day to Declare Climate Emergency and keep carbon in the ground

*For life, beauty and joy & against eco-destroying robber barons!

The earth is not dying – it is being killed.
The corporations killing it have locations near you
(including in downtown Berkeley)

*Roam downtown visiting, decorating and disrupting banks and corporations*
*Build zero waste compostable altars for the 1 billion dead animals at each target*
*Dress as an Australian or Amazonian animal*
*Marching band / mobile bike sound system*
*Kid friendly *

Bring disguises, decorations, musical instruments, pogo sticks, your heart and dreams

Where Do We Go Berkeley March @ University Ave & Frontage Rd (Seabreeze)
Mar 10 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm


Earth Day(s) – Extinction Rebellion
Apr 22 – Apr 24 all-day

Next week, millions will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day together, even though we will be physically separated.

Instead of mass protests, from April 22 to 24, youth and adult activists are coming together for Earth Day Live, a three-day live stream focused on climate action. The live stream will include training sessions, performances, and appearances to keep people engaged, informed, and inspired, with speakers including celebrities, politicians, scientists, and youth activists.

Click here to find out more about Earth Day Live and hear about big announcements � including the full schedule of events from April 22-24.

We are leaning into healing and togetherness to provide comfort and inspiration during this time of anxiety and the unknown. On all three days, we are centering the stories and voices of frontline, Indigenous, and POC leaders.

Here’s an overview of what’s happening each day:

  • April 22  STRIKE: The 50th anniversary of Earth Day is about demonstrating collective power in the face of today’s multiple crises. There will be performances, conversations, training sessions, and more.
  • April 23  DIVEST: The world’s largest banks have pumped $1.9 trillion into fossil fuels since the 2015 Paris Agreement. We can’t let fossil fuel companies use the pandemic to loot trillions more when people need relief so desperately. Led by the Stop the Money Pipeline Coalition, April 23rd focuses on the role of money in driving the climate crisis.
  • April 24  VOTE: We need leaders who will address the existential threat of climate change, and for this to happen, we need people to show up at the polls. Led by the US Youth Strike Coalition, April 24th will focus on voter registration and feature a digital, relational voter registration challenge to see which region of the country can register the most voters.

Stay tuned for more info about local sessions coming to you from the SF Climate Justice NVDA Spokescouncil on April 23 at 9:00-10:00am and 4:00-5:00pm. To get involved in Youth Vs. Apocalypse’s #NoOneIsDisposable social media campaign, virtual art build, Climate Strike Live Streams, or Green New Deal and Just Transition workshops, email

Click here to find out more about Earth Day Live and take part in one of the biggest days of digital action the climate movement has ever seen.

We may be physically separated, but we can and we will come together in solidarity on Earth Day and beyond.

Wood Street Community Action Day
Apr 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm


Community Action Day Assisting Homeless
May 10 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm