Help Build our Tiny Homes Village
Sep 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Berkeley Friends on Wheels – Resist Displacement!
Oct 6 @ 6:45 am – 12:00 pm

People Vs. Fossil Fuels Solidarity Action
Oct 15 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

From October 11 to 15, thousands of people will take action at the White House, participate in civil disobedience, and demand that President Biden choose a side: People vs. Fossil Fuels.

This Friday we will take the message of the People Vs. Fossil Fuels week of action to our local federal building, in solidarity with the hundreds of activists that will be putting their liberty on the line in Washington, D.C.

Join us in making these demands:

Extinction Rebellion: Global Day of Action, SF
Oct 29 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

What: Global Day of Action to Defund Climate Chaos and Fossil Fuels

Where: 400 Howard St., San Francisco

One of the world’s biggest financier of climate fires, climate chaos and deforestation,  BlackRock investments have set the world on fire, from CA to the Amazon. On the eve of the Glasgow climate summit, let’s send them a message to stop funding Climate Chaos:

9am-1pm: STREET MURAL ACTION: 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

10:30am-12:30pm: YOUTH MARCH: Join

See also the Facebook event here.

COP26 Rebellion @ San Francisco Ferry Bldg
Nov 11 @ 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

What: COP26 Rebellion March and Rally
Where: Meet at San Francisco Ferry Building
What to Bring: Yourself, Your Friends, Your Allies, Your Colleagues

On November 11 as the COP26 climate summit draws to a close, we must tell the powers that be that we are watching and depending on them to make the right decisions and commitments for our future. We will march with signs, hand crafted puppets, banners, a safety team and each other to demand a safe and healthy planet for future generations.
12:30pm- 1pm: Meet at The Ferry Building, grab signs and get ready to march.
1:00pm-2:00pm: March along the Embarcadero. The route is 2 miles, flat and wheelchair accessible
2:00pm-3:30pm: End march at Aquatic Park near Hyde St. Pier for a rally.
Commit now to showing up at this historic moment:

All-hands Call on DeJoy’s Electric Vehicles Contract
Mar 3 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
Topic: All-hands Call on DeJoy’s Electric Vehicles Contract

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The Save the USPS Coalition invites you to an “all-hands” meeting on Postmaster Louis DeJoy’s gas-fleet, non-union contract with Oshkosh Defense. In this meeting, we plan to bring together postal advocates and labor, environmental and contracting experts to discuss what legal and political actions we can take to slow and stop this contract. If you are interested in working in coalition to bring down this contract, fill out this Doodle Poll and let us know when works for you. Further, if you know of anyone working in this area who should be included in the call, please let us know.
Who we are:
The Save the USPS coalition is a group of nearly 300 public interest groups that came together when Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was appointed to  protect and expand the postal service into a hub for community services.
Background on the Oshkosh Contract:
With DeJoy’s direction, USPS plans to spend $11.3 billion on a new fleet of USPS trucks. This contract with Oshkosh has a slew of environmental and labor issues. The trucks would be mostly gas-powered and be built by non-union labor in right-to-work South Carolina. Watch More Perfect Union’s quick video covering the contract’s long list of issues. Our ask is a nearly entirely electric fleet built by union workers in Wisconsin. USPS claims the contract is finalized, but it’s not over yet!
Help us strategize about the next stage of this fight!
Please fill out this Doodle Poll as soon as possible.

Rally for Justice – Vallejo @ City Hall
Mar 8 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

March 17 Day of Action to Save CA Solar! @ Steps of the CPUC
Mar 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

We will gather on the steps of the CPUC at 9 AM, where we will hear from coalition partners followed by a collective call-in to the virtual PUC meeting taking place at 10 AM. Donuts and coffee provided!

If you cannot join in person, please RSVP to call in to the virtual meeting by clicking here.

Establishment of an ALCO Sheriff’s Oversight Board – Public Comment
Apr 11 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Register here to receive email confirmation and a link:

Empty Homes Tax Mobilization & BBQ – SF
Apr 16 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

International Day of Actions for Peace in Ukraine @ Grand Lake Theater and later at UC Berkeley
May 7 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

NO to War in Ukraine! Yes, to Negotiations and Peace!

Our two local actions in Oakland and Berkeley are part of international efforts to end war in Ukraine. (For more info. visit

Oakland Action

Time: 11 am to 12:30 pm

Where: Front of Grand Lake Theater, 3200 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA

WHAT: Meet us in front of the Grand Lake Theater to flyer passersby with information about what we can do to end war in Ukraine. You can’t miss us. We’ll be holding our coalition banner: <>

Join us in calling for an immediate negotiated ceasefire, withdrawal of troops from Ukraine, an end to NATO expansion, investing in communities not more arms to Ukraine, and a neutral Ukraine. We need a just peace, not more war.

Sponsors: SF Bay Area CodePink, members of EastBay and SF DSA, and allies.


Berkekely Action

Time: 2-3pm

Where: U.C. Berkeley, Bancroft @ Telegraph Ave., Berkeley

What Peace in Ukraine Now! Stop Funding War!

International Day of Action for Peace in Ukraine

Stand with us as we call for peace, distribute flyers, get petition signatures, chat with students and passersby, hold banners and signs

We want: a comprehensive ceasefire; withdrawal of Russian forces; an end to NATO expansion; $ for communities, not weapons and war; a Ukrainian commitment to international neutrality. Join us!

Sponsor: SF Bay Area CodePink


End Pretextual Stops by SFPD @ Online
May 11 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

Stop the Money Pipeline
May 18 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

What: Stop the Money Pipeline Action

Join us to demand that Wells Fargo cut financing for expansion of fossil fuels. There will be street theater, signs and flyering to alert the public to the bank’s ongoing funding of climate chaos. This is part of a national Stop the Money Pipeline week of action.

We have one simple demand for Wells Fargo: stop providing financial services to any corporation expanding its fossil fuel operations. In other words, stop funding the climate crisis. At Wells Fargo’s general meeting last month, a shareholder resolution was presented, urging the bank NOT to fund ANY future fossil projects. The bank urged shareholders to vote against the resolution, which then got only 11% approval by shareholders, but even 11% gets leadership’s attention. We must keep up the pressure!

Come by between 4 and 6pm on May 18th and show that you have had it with Wells Fargo’s business as usual while people are dying and the climate crisis escalates.

We are looking for volunteers to help in the following roles:

  • Safety Marshals/De-escalators
  • Flyer Team
  • Banner Holders
  • Photographers

If you can help with any of those, please drop us an email at or let us know on our event RSVP form.

Please spread the word and invite friends through the Facebook event here…or just show up!

Defend Abortion Rights Action Assembly: Escalate the Struggle! @ Embarcadero Plaza
May 21 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

sm_1.jpg Abortion rights are facing their biggest attack since Roe v. Wade passed 50 years ago, and the Democratic Party is doing nothing effective to stop it. The only shot we have at even partially reversing this and all recent attacks on women’s and LGBTQ rights, is by building a fighting mass movement of protests, direct action, civil disobedience, school and workplace walkouts, and even strikes.

Join Socialist Alternative and others for an action assembly to discuss concrete next steps for doing just that.

Empty Homes Tax Signature Gathering – SF
May 22 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Reclaim Parker School!
May 28 @ 12:00 pm

Parker Street School Occupation
May 31 all-day


The community has liberated Parker Elementary School from OUSD!

Starting May 31st, Parker Community School will offer classes, programs, and
resources by and for the community. OUSD may call this an” illegal
occupation,” but we know this is an effort to decolonize our schools and
return them to the Black and Brown communities they belong to.

Starting 05/31 Classes Mon – Fri


We need everyone to support and get involved!

Everyone has a role at Parker Community School! We need teachers,
students, parents, cooks, artists, and everyone in the community to show
up day and night. Sign up for shifts, share with your communities, And
show up to Parker whenever you can.

More info:

Another Push Needed to Save Solar, Now
Jun 2 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

When the California Public Utilities Commission came out with a plan in December to make installing rooftop solar unaffordable, our huge outcry forced them to back down.  But their new proposal is pretty much the same, so we need to do it again (sigh).   Details on the old and new plans are here.

The plan would continue to impose a “solar tax” on customers with rooftop solar and slash the payments they get for electricity they generate — this time described in slightly different language and with a more gradual implementation schedule to make it seem more palatable.

When they made the original proposal in December, more than 150,000 people submitted comments to the CPUC and Gov. Newsom, along with over 600 nonprofits, cities, schools and elected officials and most major newspaper editorial boards.

We need to rally again to save solar!

***ASAP: Call Governor Newsom at 916-445-2841.
His office is open Monday-Friday from 9 to 5. Say your name and where you live, and something personal.  Here’s a suggestion:

“The CPUC’s latest rooftop solar announcement is a non-starter for me. California should not be taxing solar energy, period. We need more solar, not less. Please show leadership now.”


***June 2, 11 AM – 3 PM: Don’t Tax the Sun Rally – CPUC Offices, 505 Van Ness, San Francisco    Look the CPUC in the eye and tell them what you think in person!  Organizers will kick it off with a rally on the steps of the CPUC, and then help you sign up and speak directly to the CPUC. And, of course, refreshments!    


Call the CPUC Public Comment Line
Dial remotely into the CPUC meeting on June 2nd to tell them to drop their latest Solar Tax.  Sign up here.

Polluter Greed California Day of Action @ Chevron Gas Station
Jun 14 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Photo Action in Oakland

12 minute walk from 12th St/Oakland BART station

June 14 is the day for coordinated photo stunts at fossil fuel infrastructure across California to challenge the narrative that high gas prices mean we need to drill for more oil. Actions are happening to communicate all the ways that Californians pay for big oil’s profits: at the gas pump, at the emergency room and with our very future. We  call on Governor Newsom to stand up to big oil’s greed, stop permitting new fossil fuels, and end neighborhood oil drilling for good. Join us on Tuesday!

Stand Up for #OurClimateFuture @ Ca Air Resources Board
Jun 23 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) released its draft 2022 Scoping Plan, a blueprint for California’s climate policy for the next 20 years. The draft plan is a huge step backward for California, doubling down on fossil fuel infrastructure when we need to be phasing out fossil fuels. CARB are planning for a massive expansion of dirty gas-fired power plants and paving the way for billions in public subsidies for risky, ineffective carbon capture and storage machinery that extends the life of oil refineries.

On June 23 at 9am, CARB will be meeting to discuss this year’s Scoping Plan. We need a strong showing of community support to show CARB that Californians are standing up for clean air, clean and reliable transportation for all, and a future beyond oil and gas.

Ready to raise your voice in Sacramento? RSVP at this link.