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Anytime.  No Tasers for SF Police.  Flood Police Commission, Supervisors, and Mayor with emails.   The Police Commission will be making a decision on Chief Suhr's request to arm officers with tasers. There have been enough people to stop this request four times since 2004. Email
Fri, May 27, 6:30 PM.  Honoring the Life of Jessica Williams, Killed by SF Police.  3rd St & Palou, Bayview,  Metro KT line, map.  Facebook page.
Sat, May 28, 10 AM.  OWL-SF Meeting featuring an Empowered Elder Workshop, discussions on having ready access to your medical information in an emergency, information you need when hospitalized, and making healthcare decisions and advanced directives.  Location: 555 Ellis, betw Hyde & Leavenworth.  Read more.
Tues, May 31, 6:30 PM.  Roxie Theater. Killing Them Safely, a must-see 2015 Tribeca Film Festival documentary selection, on police use and misuse of Tasers.  Following the screening, stay for an important discussion featuring filmmaker, Nick Berardini, and San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi about the film and its implications for the upcoming decision of the San Francisco Police Commission to possibly start outfitting SFPD officers with Tasers.  Co-sponsors include ACLU of Northern California, San Francisco Public Defender’s Racial Justice Committee, Coalition on Homelessness, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law Caucus, National Lawyers Guild SF Bay Area Chapter, 48 Hills. THERE IS ONLY ONE SHOWING. Tickets are $12 and $8 for seniors.  See Roxie Theater description of event. || See Facebook on the event. || See the trailer. ||  Buy tickets.  
Wed, June 1, 1 PM, Gray Panthers Board Meeting.  Main Public Library (100 Larkin at Grove, Civic Center BART), 3rd Floor, Martin Paley Room.  Gray Panthers members encouraged to attend.
Wed, June 1, 5:30 PM, Police Commission Meeting on Tasers.   City Hall, Rm 400.  Please come and testify.  The POA is expected to argue for Tasers for all police. Gray Panthers strongly oppose Tasers for any police.  Read Coalition on Homelessness Statement on Tasers.  Read more on the Police Commission Meeting.
Thurs, June 2, 1 PM, Gray Panthers Newsletter Committee Meeting #1.  Gray Panthers office, 2940 16th St. (corner of Capp St, by 16 St BART station), 2nd Floor, Rm 200-3.
Wed, June 8, 11 AM,   SDA Health Action Team Meeting.  Location: 1010 Mission, at 6th St.
Thurs, June 9, 10 AM, Senior & Disability Action Meeting, Location: Unitarian Center, 1187 Franklin, at Geary, 38, 47, 49 buses.
Thurs, June 9, 1 PM, CARA SF CAT Meeting.   Location: ILWU Hall, 4th Fl, 1188 Franklin, at Geary, 38, 47, 49 buses.
Wed, June 15, 1 PM,  SDA Housing Collaborative.  Location: 1360 Mission, betw 9th & 10th Sts.
Wed, June 15, 6 PM,  SF Living Wage Coalition Meeting.  Location: 2940 16th St, at Capp, 16th BART, 14, 49 buses.
Tues, June 21, 12:30 PM, Gray Panthers General Meeting, Muni Doesn't Stop Here (see above), on Muni's cuts in bus stops and routes. All welcome.  Location: Fireside Rm of Unitarian Center, 1187 Franklin, at Gough, 38, 47, 49 buses.
Wed, June 22, 1 PM, Gray Panthers Newsletter Committee Meeting #2. Gray Panthers office, 2940 16th St. (corner of Capp St, by 16 St BART station), 2nd Floor, Rm 200-3.
Mon, June 27, 11:30 AM, Gray Panthers Book Club.   Celtic Café, 142 McAllister, betw Hyde & Leavenworth. Please call 415-931-1126 to confirm.

Other Important Events
Sat, May 21: History of Poor People's Campaign in Real Time   
Sat, May 21: A Moment for Alex Nieto   
Sun, May 22: Malcom X Day in SF   
Sun, May 22: Standing Strong in Fillmore and Japantown   
Sun, May 22: The Times of Harvey Milk   
Mon, May 23: Protest Plan to Phase Out Landlines   
Mon, May 23: Police Violence and Public Health   
Tues, May 24: Supes' Vote on Due Process for Immigrants   
Tues, May 24: Strategies for Lawyers Opposed to Incarceration    
Tues, May 24: Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, NRA   
Tues, May 24: Fighting for a Safe, Affordable, Healthy Excelsior   
Tues, May 24: Breast Cancer Action, So Much to Be Done    
Thurs, May 26: Film, Michael Moore's Where to Invade Next    
Fri, May 27: US Central American Policy Fueling Human Rights Crisis   
Fri, May 27: Fight Murder and Displacement   
Sat, May 28: OWL-SF Meeting, Empowered Elder Workshop   
Sat, May 28: Talk by David Swanson, Author of War Is a Lie   
Sun, May 29: Carnaval in SF's Mission   
Tues, May 31: Killing them Safely, Major Documentary on Tasers   
May 31 - June 1: Tenants Rights Counselor Training   
Wed, June 1: Short Movies About Disability and Police Terror   
Thurs, June 2: How Arab Uprisings Brought Down Islamic Liberalism   
Fri, June 3:  Free Admission, El Rio Live Music Fundraiser, for Causa Justa   
Fri, June 3: Chris Crass: Courage for Racial Justice   
Sat, June 4: Bay Area Economic Justice Conference   
Sun, June 5: COINTELPRO Then and Now   
Sun, June 5: Disrupters: Writing for Social Change   
Tues, June 7:  Bay Area Poets Response to Take This Hammer Exhibit   
Wed, June 8: Celebrating the Life of Eileen Hansen   
Wed, June 15: Still Here: disPLACEment   
Thurs, June 16: City Hall: No More Luxury Market-Rate Units in the Mission   
Thurs, June 16: The Way to the Spring: Life and Death in Palestine   
Fri, June 17: 1971, The Break into FBI Offices That Revealed COINTELPRO   
Fri, June 24: Party Against the Prison Industrial Complex   
Thurs, June 30: Of Poetry and Protest: From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin   

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