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4:00 pm Harris8 Solidarity and Press Conference. @ Wiley Manuel Courthouse
Harris8 Solidarity and Press Conference. @ Wiley Manuel Courthouse
Mar 13 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Harris8 Solidarity and Press Conference. @ Wiley Manuel Courthouse | Oakland | California | United States
The #KamalaHarrisJailKillerCops8 request solidarity this Thursday, 3/13, at 9:00 am at Wiley Manuel Courthouse, Dept 107. After originally being told that the prosecutor would not be filing charges for the civil disobedience action at the State Building in Oakland on 2/13, they may have to appear on the charges after all. Assuming they are not stuck inside the courthouse there will be a press conference at 10:00 AM just outside discussing new developments in the case. The Harris8 did standing civil disobedience in the lobby of the State Building, demanding that State … Continued
5:30 pm Picket & Protest: Veolia: Rehire the Fired Boston School Drivers Now! @ Veolia para transit
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
11:00 pm Tristan Anderson: 5 Year Anniversary of His Being Shot and Severely Injured. @ Oscar Grant Plaza
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
1:00 am Public Hearing on DAC “Privacy Policy.” Speak Out Against the Madness! @ Dimond Library
Public Hearing on DAC “Privacy Policy.” Speak Out Against the Madness! @ Dimond Library
Mar 14 @ 1:00 am – 3:00 am
Come speak out on a “privacy policy” that allows the City of Oakland to violate our 1st and 4th amendment rights with impunity. Staff is taking a new and aggressive approach to public engagement around this draft framework. Distribution of this framework will happen via EngageOakland, a survey monkey, and broad dissemination via the Neighborhood Service Coordinators. This framework is being disseminated for a thirty day public comment period. During that time period there will be two public meetings scheduled for Wednesday, February 26th in City Council Chambers, and Thursday, … Continued
1:30 am Privacy Documentary Screening: “Terms and Conditions May Apply.” @ Historic Fellowship Hall
Privacy Documentary Screening: “Terms and Conditions May Apply.” @ Historic Fellowship Hall
Mar 14 @ 1:30 am – 3:30 am
This Thursday, March 13, come out see BORDC Legal Fellow Matthew Kellegrew and EFF Activism Director Rainey Reitman discuss civil liberties after a screening of the groundbreaking documentary Terms and Conditions May Apply. The film exposes how seemingly free online resources like Facebook or Google undermine our privacy, and how the NSA has co-opted Silicon Valley to abuse the rights of Americans. The film is an excellent resource for grassroots coalitions seeking materials to share at public education events. This location is wheelchair accessible via the ramp on the Bonita … Continued