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12:30 pm Foreclosure Defense Group Meeting @ by the statues
Foreclosure Defense Group Meeting @ by the statues
Sep 15 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Our weekly open meeting for members and supporters to discuss the weeks tasks and projects. Come get plugged into ongoing housing defense work! We have abundant and varied work for all folks in any number of meaningful projects. Rain location: SF Pizza, 1500 Broadway, Oakland 46745
12:30 pm Occupy Oakland Foreclosure Defense Group Meeting @ 19th & Telegraph, in the park by the statues
Occupy Oakland Foreclosure Defense Group Meeting @ 19th & Telegraph, in the park by the statues
Sep 15 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Our weekly open meeting for members and supporters to discuss the week’s tasks and projects. Come get plugged into ongoing housing defense work! We have abundant and varied work for all folks in any number of meaningful projects. Rain location: SF Pizza, 1500 Broadway, Oakland50026
12:30 pm Occupy Oakland Foreclosure Defense Group Meeting @ The Statues (in the park)
Occupy Oakland Foreclosure Defense Group Meeting @ The Statues (in the park)
Sep 15 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Our weekly open meeting for members and supporters to discuss the week’s tasks and projects. Come get plugged into ongoing housing defense work! We have abundant and varied work for all folks in any number of meaningful projects. Rain location: It doesn’t rain in Oakland in August or September. OOFDG Website If you would like to help us monetarily with our work. We don’t need much, but we do keep a phone hotline active and do flyers and posters. Any little bit helps. 52046
12:00 am Angela Davis on 50th Commemoration of Birmingham Church bombing. @ First Congregational Church of Oakland
Angela Davis on 50th Commemoration of Birmingham Church bombing. @ First Congregational Church of Oakland
Sep 16 @ 12:00 am – 2:00 am
Angela Davis, activist, writer, and UC Santa Cruz professor emeritus, and Margaret Burnham, activist, civil rights lawyer and Northeastern University School of Law professor, will speak at a 50th commemoration of the Birmingham bombing. Tickets: $25 per person, available at www.alumni.northeastern.edu/CRRJ52567
1:00 am Send a Message: Free Oshan Benefit @ Public Works
Send a Message: Free Oshan Benefit @ Public Works
Sep 16 @ 1:00 am – 6:00 am
Community Gathering and Public Forum. Oshan Anand was sentenced to more than 12 years on charges of selling psychedelics. End the drug wars, stop the targeting of creative art and music festivals! 6:00 PM: Reception. 7:30 PM: Forum and Panel. 9:00 PM: Music, Dance, DJs. More info.52499
1:00 am Berkeley Post Office Defenders General Assembly @ Downtown Berkeley Post Office
Berkeley Post Office Defenders General Assembly @ Downtown Berkeley Post Office
Sep 17 @ 1:00 am – 2:30 am
Help plan and organize our next rally on September 21st. Learn the latest about the fight the save the Berkeley Post Office and against privatization in general.52531
1:00 am Occupy Forum: Jill Stein on Strategies for Movement vs. Money Politics @ Unite Here, Local 2, near Civic Center BART
Occupy Forum: Jill Stein on Strategies for Movement vs. Money Politics @ Unite Here, Local 2, near Civic Center BART
Sep 17 @ 1:00 am – 4:00 am
Jill Stein Green Party 2012 Presidential Candidate and President of the Green Shadow Cabinet speaking on The Green Shadow Cabinet and Strategies for Movement vs. Money Politics The Green Shadow Cabinet includes nearly one hundred prominent scientists, community and labor leaders, physicians, grassroots activists, cultural workers, veterans, and more, and provides an ongoing opposition and alternative voice to the dysfunctional government in Washington D.C. The Green Shadow Cabinet demonstrates that another way is possible. The Green Party in its rejection of corporate funding is structurally different from the political establishment. … Continued
7:00 pm Daniel Ellsberg: Civil Liberties and National Security in the Age of Big Data @ Humanities Bldg., Room HUM 587, San Francisco State University
Daniel Ellsberg: Civil Liberties and National Security in the Age of Big Data @ Humanities Bldg., Room HUM 587, San Francisco State University
Sep 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
San Francisco State University Constitution Day Panel: “Civil Liberties and National Security in the Age of Big Data” With panelists: Former military analyst, Daniel Ellsberg, known for leaking the Pentagon Papers; ACLU attorney, Matt Cagle; SFSU Professors, Ambassador David Fischer and Sarah Crabtree. 52394
7:00 pm Day of Action for Public Education at UC Berkeley. OWS 2nd Anniversary. @ Sproul Plaza
Day of Action for Public Education at UC Berkeley. OWS 2nd Anniversary. @ Sproul Plaza
Sep 17 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Please join the rally for public education and the march to the bargaining session of the UC Student-Workers Union (UAW 2865), this Tuesday, September 17, beginning at noon. At the rally, speakers will address the meaning of Napolitano’s appointment for workers and students, and will talk about how this appointment shows the priorities of those who manage and govern the University: militarization, repression, and financial accumulation; not quality and accessible education. The rally will be followed by a series of teach-outs on the following topics: – financial speculation and student … Continued
12:30 am Support Hayward City employees @ Hayward City Hall
Support Hayward City employees @ Hayward City Hall
Sep 18 @ 12:30 am – 3:30 am
Hayward city employees are facing a 5% pay cut on top of a previous 12% cut.  Join  them to demand that the mayor and city council “Put People First” and stop the cuts.52406
1:00 am Justice 4 Tristan Meeting @ in the park by the statues
Justice 4 Tristan Meeting @ in the park by the statues
Sep 19 @ 1:00 am – 2:30 am
IMPORTANT Justice 4 Tristan meeting. We need to figure out how care is going to work for Tristan while I am away (Ayr will be taking on A LOT) and we need to organize around the trial in a way that reflects our real politics. We know our power’s not in some courtroom, it’s in the streets! J4T needs help this Fall. Please support if you can, stay tuned for upcoming news and events… Facebook page & RSVP.52566
1:00 am Oakland Privacy Working Group meeting @ The Sudoroom
Oakland Privacy Working Group meeting @ The Sudoroom
Sep 19 @ 1:00 am – 2:15 am
Oakland Privacy Working Group meeting @ The Sudoroom | Oakland | California | United States
On July 31st after midnight the Oakland City Council voted unanimously to approve allocating $2 million to continue to develop the Domain Awareness Center that would integrate surveillance cameras from all over the Port of Oakland, the city, BART, AC Transit, traffic cameras, and other sensors into a local ‘fusion’ center that could effectively track private citizens movements throughout the region. Video and data feeds from all over Oakland are to be aggregated and monitored at the DAC, then analysed with license plate recognition software, thermal imaging and body movement … Continued
7:00 pm Solidarity with the Indigenous Struggle in Honduras and COPINH
Solidarity with the Indigenous Struggle in Honduras and COPINH
Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
San Francisco Action: Date: Thurs, September 19th In coordination with trial date for COPINH members on Friday Sep 20th Time: 12pm-2p Location: Honduras Consulate 870 Market St #875, San Francisco, CA 94102 52619
12:30 am BART Workers Call for United Labor / Community Organizing Meetings @ ATU 1555 Hall
BART Workers Call for United Labor / Community Organizing Meetings @ ATU 1555 Hall
Sep 20 @ 12:30 am – 2:00 am
BART Workers Call for United Labor Community Organizing Meetings When BART workers went on strike July 1, the whole Bay Area was affected. BART unions are doing what they can to prevent another strike, but BART has hired a major union buster to put the workers on strike, then blame the workers in a highly visible battle to bring Wisconsin-style attacks to the Bay Area and drive down living standards for all Bay Area workers. The 60-day cooling off period expires Thursday, October 10 at midnight, yet BART management still … Continued
1:00 am “Capitalism at a Dead End.” Book Review / Class Discussion. @ Workers World Offices, Oakland
“Capitalism at a Dead End.” Book Review / Class Discussion. @ Workers World Offices, Oakland
Sep 20 @ 1:00 am – 3:00 am
Join us in an informal book review/class of Fred Goldstein’s book, “Capitalism at a Dead End”, published in 2012. The review will be led by Dave Welsh. Extra copies of the book will be available to use for the class and/or purchase, if desired. Light refreshments will be served. No prior reading required. Workers World office – just buzz #411 wheelchair accessible Facebook event & RSVP.52603
11:00 pm Draw the Line. Keystone protest. @ 14th street bridge by Lake Merritt, across from the Kaiser Convention Center.
Draw the Line. Keystone protest. @ 14th street bridge by Lake Merritt, across from the Kaiser Convention Center.
Sep 20 @ 11:00 pm – Sep 21 @ 1:00 am
Draw the Line for the Next Generations- Join us on Friday, September 20th to draw the line against dirty tar sands energy and for the health and power of the generations to come! Bring pictures of the young people you care about, and let your community know how the Keystone pipeline and tar sands refining our threatening kids (and grown ups) health in the Bay Area and beyond. Elders will be holding a “line” for the young ones, youth will be chalking lines of poetry, and people of all ages … Continued
12:00 am Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity @ Outside Jerry Brown's condo.
Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity @ Outside Jerry Brown's condo.
Sep 21 @ 12:00 am – 2:00 am
People will be staffing a table with information about California solitary confinement conditions in solidarity with the suspended prisoners’ hunger strike. Come on down and hang out and help pass out literature.52574
3:00 am Discussion and Film showing on Eviction of Albany Bulb @ OutofLine
Discussion and Film showing on Eviction of Albany Bulb @ OutofLine
Sep 21 @ 3:00 am – 5:00 am
Come out to the new space, OutofLine in Emeryville for a film showing on the Albany Bulb followed by a discussion on how to resist the eviction and save this wild and rebellious space. FREE! Recently, the Albany City Council has moved to evict the almost 20 year old squatter encampment at the Albany Bulb and develop the area into a regional park. Dogs will be leashed, the art will be destroyed, and the people that live there, made homeless. Come out to discuss and plan! Original announcement with color … Continued
2:00 pm Drawing the Line on Keystone XL @ All over the Bay Area
Drawing the Line on Keystone XL @ All over the Bay Area
Sep 21 @ 2:00 pm – Sep 22 @ 2:00 am
Find the event closest to you or of most interest to you in the Bay Area here: Find an event Over 70 events are already planned in states coast-to-coast, and this is shaping up to be an epic — not to mention beautiful — day of action. There are a bunch of neat actions planned: from a solar-powered barn going up in the pipeline route in Nebraska, to a tug of war between the fossil fuel industry and the climate movement in Boston, to a swimming party in a park … Continued
5:00 pm ATU 1555 Community Unity Celebration @ Rainbow Recreation Center
ATU 1555 Community Unity Celebration @ Rainbow Recreation Center
Sep 21 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Join us for food, entertainment and fun while promoting community awareness. Stand Together for a better today and a promising tomorrow.52622
7:00 pm Peace Day @ United Nations Plaza
Peace Day @ United Nations Plaza
Sep 21 @ 7:00 pm – Sep 22 @ 1:00 am
The United Nations International Day of Peace is celebrated around the globe on September 21st. Be a part of the San Francisco Bay Area’s Peace Day rally and festival, demand a pardon for Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden and other hero and shero whistleblowers, end mass incarceration, solitary torture and other abuses of the prison industrial complex, demand an end to the drone wars and the right to know what is in our food. Thank you Code Pink and many other supporting local groups such as Stop Monsanto and the San … Continued
8:00 pm POSTPONED: Rally/Music/Teach-in at Berkeley Post Office: POSTPONED UNTIL 9/28 ! @ Downtown Berkeley Post Office
POSTPONED: Rally/Music/Teach-in at Berkeley Post Office: POSTPONED UNTIL 9/28 ! @ Downtown Berkeley Post Office
Sep 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
POSTPONED UNTIL 9/28 Berkeley Post Office Defense et al will be holding a rally/concert/teach-in on the steps of the Berkeley Post Office in solidarity with the struggle in the Bronx, NYC to save their own Post Office. The Bronx defenders will be holding their own protest rally that day. Come learn about the latest news in the struggle to save the Berkeley Post Office and prevent the privatization of Post Offices across the country. Enjoy the music and use the public commons as it should be! POSTPONED UNTIL 9/28 52528