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Jul

Occupy SF 3rd Convergence

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Nov

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22
Jul

Action Alert & Announcements

OccupySF – Action Council

 Action Alert:

Last week the U.S. Senate voted on Resolution 498, unanimously to support Israel’s airstrikes in Gaza. Israel receives 4 billion dollars in aid annually from our tax dollars – mostly for their military. Barbara Boxer was one of the co-sponsors of this bill along with 69 other Senators.

As of this writing 631 people have been killed – 160 of them children!   

Do not let their actions pass quietly! Please Call:

Senator Barbara Boxer: (510) 286-8537 / DC  (202) 224-3553

 Senator Dianne Feinstein: (415) 393-0707 / DC  (202) 224-3841

 Every Week Day

  4:00pm – 5:00pm -Protest for Palestine (This will be going on every weekday)

 Israeli Consulate 
456 Montgomery St
SF

 ongoing protests on business days in front of the Israeli Consulate in support of the people of Palestine

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/262928467232073/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular&fref=nf

Wednesday, July 23  

J 23, Wednesday, 9:30 am – 11:00 am,  Obama  Visiting Silicon Valley (Rally)

S. San Antonio Rd. and W. Edith Ave
Los Altos, CA 94022

 President Obama is visiting Silicon Valley for a high-dollar fundraiser with leaders in the tech industry.  

Info from Move-On regarding Internet Neutrality : Click here to join the rally and tell President Obama: Don’t kill the Internet!

 

J 23, Wednesday, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, CODEPINK’S WEEKLY PEACE VIGIL 

Market Street on the steps  below Feinstein’s office   
 Montgomery and Market, directly above the Montgomery BART/Muni station.
  SF

 Feel free to bring your own signage, flags, photos, flyers, … Let’s honor the lives lost and get the word out about Saturday’s Protest in support of the Palestinian People.

Stand (or sit) with us and the huge PEACE Banner! 

Everyone welcome! Rain Cancels

 J 23, Wednesday, 7:30 pm, AROC’s fundraiser for Palestine:

Arabian Nights 
2345 Mission St, SF

 20% of all dinner proceeds will be donated to MECA: Middle East Children’s Alliance and to the legal defense of Rasmea Odeh.

Space is limited. Please RSVP by reserving your seat here

 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/funds-for-palestine-tickets-12313354575   info@araborganizing.org

Thursday, July 24

 J 24, Thursday 4:00 pm Stop the War on Children from Gaza to the U.S./Mexican Border  (Oakland)

 Ron Dellums Federal Building
1301 Clay Street,
Oakland, California 94612

 Stop the War on Children from Gaza to the U.S./Mexican Border! Say No to Racism and War! Stand with children and youth under attack. Solidarity with Palestine and the people of Central America. In support of the call for a national week of actions from 7/17 – 7/24. A united action initiated by the International Action Center – Bay Area and supported by the AROC: Arab Resource & Organizing Center, EBIYC – East Bay Immigrant Youth Coalition, Middle East Children’s Alliance, American Friends Service Committee, Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace, Xicana Moratorium Coalition, and the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network.

 Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/234129970130060/?ref=51&source=1

 J 24, Thursday, 7:00 pm, Save Our Unions: Dispatches from a Movement in Distress Steve Early discusses his new book

 Unitarian Universalist Center, Martin Luther King Room
1187 Franklin Street, San Francisco

STEVE EARLY, a labor journalist who writes from a fundamental commitment to the labor movement, draws on forty years of personal experience for this writing collection, Save Our Unions.  The book visits strikes and picket-lines, conventions and funerals – all in the course of describing the challenges American workers face trying to organize a union while trying not to lose what they had in the past.

Ranging through strategies for organizing, health care reform, cross-border union campaigning, or politics less dependent on the Democratic Party, the author raises the question of what labor can do and should do in 2014.

A free public forum — Wheelchair accessible –Snacks and tea served.

 Sponsored by Progressive Democrats of America San Francisco and Unitarian Universalists for Peace & Justice San Francisco

Saturday, July 26

 J 26, Saturday 1:00 pm, End the Israeli War on the Palestinian People

 Chelsea Manning Plaza (Justin Herman Plaza)
(nr. Embarcadero BART)
SF

OccupySF Action Council has endorsed this action!

 Since Israel launched its genocidal campaign against the Palestinian people almost two weeks ago, more than 600 people have been killed. Solidarity protests from all over the world have poured into the streets to demand an end to the massacre in Gaza. From South Africa to France, from Chile to Venezuela, the world is behind Palestine.  In Chicago, more than 10,000 people demanded that the “US stop aid to Israel.”

This coming Saturday, July 26th, as Israel continues to massacre Palestinians and the Palestinian resistance fights back, the Bay Area is mobilizing to show its support for justice and humanity.

WE DEMAND:
Stop the massacre in Gaza!
End the blockade of Gaza!
Stop US Aid to the Apartheid State of Israel!
Free all Palestinian political prisoners!
End the collective punishment of Palestinians!
End colonial occupation of Palestine!
The SF Bay Area says NO to Zionism!

Israel receives $4 billion in “aid” from the United States each year. This money is being used to commit war crimes against the Palestinian people in Gaza. We are demanding that all U.S aid to Israel be ended now! More than 200 people in Gaza have been killed and more than 1,500 have been wounded from Israeli bombs and missiles. This has to end!

 Info/ RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/1480712518836310/  Call for info: 415-821-6545

Thursday, July 31

J 31, Thursday  – 6:00pm , Plaza 16 Community Meeting  

St. John’s Episcopal Church
1661 – 15th Street  (Julian Avenue & 15th Street)
SF
 

Plaza 16 Coalition – Community – Wide Meeting Get the latest updates on the proposed development for 10-story luxury towers at 16th and Mission.
Help fight for neighborhood development that prioritizes the needs of people before the multimillion-dollar profits of real estate developers.

Food and childcare will be provided.
Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/595186887262198/

 

July 31 – August 3, Occupy National Gathering 2014 – in Sacramento

:Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/453810788051926/

Wednesday, August 6

 A 6, Wednesday 7:30am – 9:30am (about)), Failure to Disarm: Holding Our Government Accountable

  Livermore Nuclear Weapons Laboratory

  North West corner at Vasco and Patterson Pass Roads
   Livermore, CA
 
 LIVERMORE LAB IS WHERE WE WILL STAND WITH THE SURVIVORS OF THE ATOMIC BOMBINGS TO PROCLAIM “NEVER AGAIN”; NO NUKES!!
 

 On the 69th Anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan all are invited who seek peace and justice and a world free of nuclear weapons to gather at the location where scientist are developing new and modified nuclear weapons.

 Lab’s budget request reveals that 89% of the money (more than a billion dollars) will go to nuclear weapons activities in the coming year.

Transportation: Vanpools from Dublin-Pleasanton BART call 925-443-7148 – call for reservation

Co-sponsors: Livermore Conversion Project, Tri-Valley CAREs, No Nukes Action, WSLF, AFSC, Jan Addams Peace Assn. Asian Americans for Peace & Justice.

 A 6, Wednesday, 7:00pm, From Hiroshima to Fukushima to California- From Nuke Nightmare to dream come true SOLARTOPIA!

 Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists (BFUU Hall)
1924 Cedar St. at Bonita (between MLK and Shattuck, midway between downtown & north Berkeley BART)
Berkeley

 Speaker: Harvey Wasserman (introduced by Cecile Pineda – author of Devil’s Tango: How I learned the Fukushima Step by Step)

And a special screening of Pete Seeger singing the Solartopia Song.

 Get the latest update on the the current state of Fukushima, the radiation coming to California, what’s happening with Diablo Canyon and with nukes worldwide, and the Solartopian transition to renewable energies, followed by discussion.

Dr. Carol Wolman, who co-founded Fukushima Response Bay Area, leads a brief meditation soliciting the wisdom of our DNA.

Wasserman is a life-long activist/organizer and a professor of history and cultural & ethnic diversity who now works primarily for the permanent shutdown of nukes and the birth of Solartopia, a democratic and socially just green-powered Earth free of all fossil and nuclear fuels.

 Suggested $10-20 sliding scale. (No one turned away for lack of funds means FREE.  If you can’t pay, no embarrassment; you are WELCOME.)  

MISC

 Boycott Staples / Protest Privatizing of Post Office Services

 First They Came For the Homeless activistswill be taking a break

Click below for Updates:

Info: https://www.facebook.com/pages/First-they-came-for-the-homeless/253882908111999

 

 

Staples

 

16
Jul

Announcements for Wed16July2014

ALERT:

House Concurrent Resolution # 105, a privileged resolution under the War Powers Resolution that will force a debate and vote on U.S.military intervention in Iraq. It will come up for a debate and vote within fifteen days of the date in which it was filed. (Filed on July 11, 2014) 

Resolution:  https://beta.congress.gov/bill/113th-congress/house-concurrent-resolution/105/text   

Co-sponsors are needed. Please ask your member of Congress to co-sponsor House Concurrent Resolution 105. 

Call the Congressional Switchboard at 202-224-3121.  

Nancy Pelosi

SF Office: 415 – 556 – 4862

Washington, DC Office: 202 – 225 – 4965

Wednesday, July 16

J 16, 9:00 am – CCSF – Defend Herrera vs ACCJC

J 16, Wednesday 11:00 am – Rally at STAPLES – STOP the Privatization of the U.S. Post Office (possible Postal Union Rally) 

J 16 Wednesday, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, CODEPINK’S Weekly PEACE Vigil

Saturday, July 19

J 19, Saturday, 3:00 pm, Healthcare for Veterans – Privatization Won’t Fix the VA

Sunday, July 20  

J 20, Sunday, 3:00pm – 5:00pm Community Funeral procession For Palestine – Demonstration (SF)

Thursday, July 31 – August 3

July 31 – August 3, Occupy National Gathering 2014 – in Sacramento

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/453810788051926/

Wednesday, August 6

A 6, Wednesday 7:30am – 9:30am (about)), Failure to Disarm: Holding Our Government Accountable

A 6, Wednesday, 7:00pm, From Hiroshima to Fukushima to California- From Nuke Nightmare to dream come true SOLARTOPIA!

ON GOING…

Protest Privatizing of Post Office Services – Berkeley  

 

Every Sunday, 12:00 Noon – 3:00pm, Weekly Coat Hanger Street Actions

MISC

Note:

On the Day Of Bombing of Iraq – meet at Powell & Market Street, SF at 5:00 pm

If bombing occurs at night meet the Next Day at 5:00 pm at Powell & Market Street, SF

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12
Jul

OccupyForum — Renewable Energy Under Attack

OccupyForum presents…

Monday, July 14th, from 6 – 9 pm at Global Exchange

2017 Mission Street near the 16th and Mission Street BART

 

Information, discussion & community! Monday Night Forum!!

Occupy Forum is an opportunity for open and respectful dialogue

on all sides of these critically important issues!

 

Fossil Fuel Monopolies or Community Choice?

Our Path to Renewables is Under Attack!

with Eric Brooks

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12
Jul

Next Meeting Sun13July2014

Occupy SF

~ACTION  COUNCIL~

Next Meetings

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Street Theater Committee for Third Anniversary

12 Noon – 2:00pm   

Before  

Action Council   

2:00pm – 4:00pm    

At

UNITE / HERE (Local 2)

215 Golden Gate Ave.

San Francisco 

OccupySF Action Council:http://occupyactionsf.org/

OccupySF: http://occupysf.org/

12
Jul

Announcements for Sat12July2014

ANNOUNCEMENTS

(only those that have not been previously announced)

For details click and scroll down

 Saturday, July 12

J 12, Saturday, 12 Noon, San Francisco Bay Area Protest for Palestine

J 12, Saturday, 3:00pm – 4:00pm – Soda Stream Action  (haven’t gotten details yet – hopefully will be announced at the above gathering)

Sunday, July 13

J 13, Sunday 11:45 – 1:30 pm, Codepink’s Monthly Golden Gate Bridge Walk for PEACE

Monday, July 14

J 14, Monday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Fossil Fuel Monopolies or Community Choice Energy?

                                          Our Path to Renewables is Under Attack!

Wednesday, July 16

J 16 Wednesday, 9:00 am, Defend CCSF in court: Wednesday July 16th

Saturday, July 19

J 19, Saturday, 3:00 pm, Healthcare for Veterans – Privatization Won’t Fix the VA

On-Going…

Protest Privatizing of Post Office Services – Berkeley  

 

AEvery Sunday, 12:00 Noon – 3:00pm, Weekly Coat Hanger Street Actions

MISC

Note:

On the Day Of Bombing of Iraq – meet at Powell & Market Street, SF at 5:00 pm

If bombing occurs at night meet the Next Day at 5:00 pm at Powell & Market Street, SF

July 31 – August 3, Occupy National Gathering 2014 – in Sacramento

  Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/453810788051926/

For details click and scroll down

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7
Jul

Announcements for Mon7July2014

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 Note: September 20 Working Group Meets Every Sunday 12 Noon – 2:00 pm – All are welcomed to participate

For details, click and scroll down 

Monday, July 7

 J 7, Monday, 12 Noon – RE: CCSF-  Stop the re-appointment of the STWEP! (Special Trustee with Extraordinary Power)

 J 7, Monday 1:00pm - Come deliver the signatures that will get the initiative on the ballot to Save Golden Gate Parkfrom the developers.

J 7, Monday, 4:30pm – 6:30pm, Emergency protest for Palestine in San Francisco Bay Area    

 

J 7, Monday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, OccupyForum Presents:

         “What is Occupy Google? Why is Net Neutrality important? What can we do about the growing Surveillance Industrial Complex?”

Tuesday, July 8

J 8, Tuesday, 2:00pm,  Come tell the Board of Supervisors to Stand up to Wall Street and Help Struggling Homeowners!

Wednesday, July 9

J 9, Wednesday, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm, Stop David McCloskey from Ellis Act Evicting Mary, Mervyn, and More 

J 9, Wednesday 5:00pm,   SF Boycott HP Demonstration and Social Media Storm!  (Nationwide Demonstration)

J 9, Wednesday, 5:30pm – 6:30 pm, Codepink’s Weekly Peace Vigil, (SF)

On the Day Of Bombing of Iraq – meet at Powell & Market Street, SF at 5:00 pm

If bombing occurs at night meet the Next Day at 5:00 pm at Powell & Market Street, SF

J  9, Wednesday & J 10 Thursday, Planning Commission Meeting – Final EIR on Chevron’s “Modernization Project”

Thursday, July 10

J 10, Thursday, 5:30 Rally before Planning Commission Hearing – Benicia

Friday, July 11

J 11, Friday, 3:00pm – 4:30pm, NO NUKES RALLY

Saturday, July 12

J 12, Saturday, 8:00am – 5:30pm, Connect the Dots: Refinery Corridor Healing Walk #4

BEGIN:  Lone Tree Park (End of Parker Ave. x San Pablo Ave)
                Rodeo, CA
END:  Keller Beach in Point
           Richmond, CA

Info / RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1079415662199469/ 

 NATIONAL OIL by RAIL WEEK OF ACTION: It’s time to transition to a fossil free future & stop the potentially explosive Bakken crude oil trains. Join us for the last of four healing walks along the refinery corridor in Northeast San FranciscoBay. We will begin at Lone Tree Park (End of Parker Ave x San Pablo Ave) in Rodeo and walk in prayer and conversation, stopping at the Chevron Refinery in Richmond and on to Keller Beach in Point Richmond.

There are 5 oil refineries along the Northeast Bay: Martinez: Shell & Tesoro, Benicia: Valero, Rodeo: Phillips 66,Richmond: Chevron. We are walking this corridor to bring attention to it, to bring people together in these refinery communities, and to walk in prayer and conversation on Mother Earth

On-Going…

Protest Privatizing of Post Office Services – Berkeley  

  Staples
  2352 #100 Shattuck (corner of Durant & Shattuck)
  Berkeley, CA

First They Came For the Homeless activists have set up a 24-hour information table to let people know about the Richard Blum’s,[Dianne Feinstein's greedy husband] links to the thieving & privatization of our postal service & his financial connections to Staples [where low-wage clerks are doing postal workers' jobs]

Currently the 24/7 Informational Table is at the Berkeley Staples:

Click below for info:

Info: https://www.facebook.com/pages/First-they-came-for-the-homeless/253882908111999

All are welcomed. Please support!

Every Sunday, 12:00 Noon – 3:00pm, Weekly Coat Hanger Street Actions

MISC

Note:

On the Day Of Bombing of Iraq – meet at Powell & Market Street, SF at 5:00 pm

If bombing occurs at night meet the Next Day at 5:00 pm at Powell & Market Street, SF

July 31 – August 3, Occupy National Gathering 2014 – in Sacramento

  Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/453810788051926/

For details, click and scroll down

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7
Jul

Occupy Forum — Google and the Surveillance Industrial Complex

OccupyForum presents…

Monday, June 9th, from 6 – 9 pm at Global Exchange

2017 Mission Street near the 16th and Mission Street BART

 

Information, discussion & community! Monday Night Forum!!

Occupy Forum is an opportunity for open and respectful dialogue

on all sides of these critically important issues!

 

What is Occupy Google?

Why is Net Neutrality important?

What can we do about the growing Surveillance Industrial Complex? ”

“Surveillance is the business model of the Internet.” — Bruce Schneier

 

Technology and war have always been interrelated. Some historians see the intersection of science, technology and the US military during WW2 as the beginning of the modern Military-Industrial Complex. Yet mass communications technology has also been historically significant in transforming society, from the Gutenberg printing press, to Television’s connection to the 1960s political and social upheaval, to the rise of the Internet. 

 

As the Bay Area tech industry becomes the de facto center of global technological innovation, its ties to the Pentagon and US intelligence agencies are becoming more and more apparent. Companies like Hewlitt-Packard, Google, Palantir, and Amazon all have close ties to the same military and intelligence establishment that Bay Area activists have been organizing against since the 1960′s. With our basic liberties, such as right to assembly, freedom of speech, freedom of Privacy and the right to a jury trial all under a concerted attack by the government, it should be of increasing concern that the companies we depend on for  communicating and accessing information are also dependent on Defense establishment contracts and ties to appease their shareholders and continue their monopolies.


With the Internet becoming such a force for change and democratizing power, why is it under attack right now? The Internet as we know it, free and open, is being threatened by Federal government appointees. Many called Occupy “The Internet generation.” From the Arab spring to Occupy, the Internet and social media tools were key tools for communication. The Internet is a deterritorializing force that is upending the established modes of power and decision-making.  This talk will delve into all these questions and more and what we can do to fight back and build the world we want to see.

 

Q&A and Announcements will follow. Donations to OccupyForum

to cover our costs are encouraged; no one turned away!

5
Jul

Next Meeting Sun6July2014

Occupy SF

~ACTION  COUNCIL~

Next Meetings

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Street Theater Committee for Third Anniversary

12 Noon – 2:00pm   

Followed By  

Action Council   

2:00pm – 4:00pm    

At

UNITE / HERE (Local 2)

215 Golden Gate Ave.

San Francisco 

Websites for DRAFT of Street Theater
&
Flyer
For the Third Anniversary

Please post comments / suggestions

http://occupyactionsf.org/2014/06/draft-occupy-opera-concept-for-comment/ 

OccupySF Action Council:http://occupyactionsf.org/

OccupySF: http://occupysf.org/

4
Jul

Sweet Victory in Sacramento

Hope everyone has seen this. 99 Rise who have come to our meetings in the past have worked on this event for some time and put their shoes to the road in making it to Sacramento and effecting change. Every journey begins with a single step. Many steps have achieved the beginning of the end of $$$$$ controlling our lives with the blessings of elected leaders sanctioning such inequality. Thanks to 99 Rise, they have created Hope through action that will change the course of history in this country.
We respect and congratulate you on a job well done. And thank you.
__Bob
 —
From: info@99rise.org
To: OccupyBob
Sent: 7/3/2014 8:29:44 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time
Subj: Sweet Victory

Hi Friend –
Tonight we celebrate. 

This afternoon the California Senate passed SB1272, the Overturn Citizens United Act, making it the second anti-corruption bill to pass out of the legislature during our occupation.

After the vote, after 480 miles of marching, 12 days of occupation, 47 arrests, and 3 legislative wins, we gathered to announce the end of the #SACsitin. We celebrated our victories and shared a vision for where we go from here. I want to share those things with you and invite you to join our celebration.

Help us celebrate and spread the news of victory by sharing this graphic.

When we set out from Los Angeles 48 days ago, we were determined to make the sacrifice of walking almost 500 miles across California, occupying our state capitol for days, and going to jail because we believed it would do two things. First, we believed our bold action would challenge our elected leaders to acknowledge and act to end the crisis of corruption. The journey was indeed very difficult, the sacrifice real – marked by pain, stress, and fatigue – but our faith in its power has been dramatically confirmed by win after win.

The very first day after our arrival rally & first sit-in at the Capitol, California became the 2nd state in the union to pass a resolution calling for an Article V Convention to propose a money-out 28th Amendment. In the 1st week of our occupation, we joined other democracy activists in filling a hearing room with our bodies & stories and a once-uncertain committee passed the California Disclose Act. And on Monday, as we stood watch in the gallery and held high the new symbol of our movement – one finger raised high, signifying “one person, one vote” political equality – the Assembly passed SB1272.

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3
Jul

Actions for Thu3Jul2014

Thursday, July 3 

J 3, Thursday, 4:00pm , Stop Repression and Union Busting: Rehire the 42 Brazilian Sao Paulo Metro Union Members 

  Brazilian Consulate
  300 Montgomery St., # 300
  SF

Using Soccer FIFFA Games Brazilian Government Attacks Transit/Public Workers With Repression, Union Busting And Privatization

URGENT CALL FROM BRAZIL: WE NEED YOUR SOLIDARITY Sao Paulo Transit Workers: Intensify the struggle, defend the right to strike, prevent any punishment, we want to negotiate now.

Everyone has been following the mobilizations going on in Brazil with strikes and demonstration by workers and popular organizations expressing their indignation about the World Cup with its astronomic costs and corruption, all in function of the interests of the multinational companies and FIFA.

But at the same time people have been .putting forward their concrete struggles making demands for salaries, rights, housing, better public services. They have denounced repression and criminalization of dissent, etc.

Bring Your Placards, Banners And Balls

Initially Sponsors  United Public Workers For Action http://www.upwa.info  info [at] upwa.info

Transport Workers Solidarity Committee http://www.transportworkers.org For Media information (415)282-1908

J 3, Thursday, 6:00pm, Restore Our Rights! Rally & Speak Out Against Hobby Lobby Ruling

Powell and Market Cable Car Turnaround (nr Powell St. BART)
San Francisco

Rally and Speak out against the Supreme Court’s decision to allow bosses to deny women insurance for birth control!

Get up and get out. Take to the streets. Flex your muscles a day early for Independence and Freedom for all!

“Don’t take no for an answer. If it didn’t work today, tomorrow is another day.” – Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Bring your signs, your voices and passion for justice.

Join in: https://www.facebook.com/events/1502721379963822/

Reminders:

September 20th Committee Meeting, (Before Action Council)

Sunday, July 6, 2014

 12:00 Noon – 2:00pm

  Unite / HERE Local 2
    215 Golden Gate Ave.
SF

All are invited

Contact Pat for info: pat1936@gmail.comm  or (650) 344-2912

Protest Privatizing of Post Office Service (on going) – Berkeley  

  Staples
  2352 #100 Shattuck (corner of Durant & Shattuck)
  Berkeley, CA

First They Came For the Homeless activists have set up a 24-hour information table to let people know about the Richard Blum’s,[Dianne Feinstein's greedy husband] links to the thieving & privatization of our postal service & his financial connections to Staples [where low-wage, non-union clerks are doing postal workers' jobs]

Currently the 24/7 Informational Table is at the Berkeley Staples:

Click below for info:

 https://www.facebook.com/pages/First-they-came-for-the-homeless/253882908111999

All are welcomed. Please support