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Once again, many thanks to Adrienne Fong and Occupy SF for many of these events.

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Important Gray Panther and Other Events

What's New: Gray Panthers

-  opposes Weiner/Breed/Mandelman Conservatorship of homeless people
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-  supports Prop 13 reform 

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NEW: Please sign the Healthy California Now petition to the Governor demanding Single-Payer / Medicare-for-All healthcare in California.  

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July is LaborFest month. See all of this year's events on-line.

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NEW: Tues, July 16, 1-4 PM, Film and Discussion, Brother Outsider, Bayard Rustin, civil rights and labor organizer, organizer for the 1963 March on Washington, and advisor to Martin Luther King Jr. Sponsored by SF Gray Panthers. Read the LaborFest page on this event. Location: SF Library Park Branch, 1822 Page St in SF's Haight Ashbury.

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NEW: Tues, July 23, 2-4 PM, Special Schools & Communities First Forum: The California Schools and Local Communities Act will restore over $11 billion per year to California's schools, senior services, parks, libraries. community colleges, and other vital services by closing corporate property tax loopholes in Prop 13, while maintaining its protections for ALL residential properties.  It will be on the November 2020 ballot.  Come learn about this badly-needed measure, and how to fight corporate scare-tactics. See full poster.    Location: Koret Auditorium, SF Main Library Basement, 100 Larkin.  RSVP Michael, 415-215-7575.

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NEW: Thurs, July 25, 11 PM, Shut Down 850 Bryant by Reducing Incarceration: 850 Bryant is seismically dangerous and infested with rats and sewage; everyone agrees it needs to be shut down.  But we need to reduce incarceration, not replace 850 Bryant with a new jail, or refurbish San Bruno Jail, or send prisoners to Alameda's dangerous Santa Rita Jail or have massive electronic monitoring.  Join No New SF Jail to couple 850 Bryant closure with social and economic justice by reducing incarceration.  Read more.  See Facebook page. Location: Meet at City Hall steps on Polk St.

More Complete Listings (underlined events are featured above):

5 PM on the Day of the threatened ICE Raids...  

Tues, July 16: No SB 50!  No More Gentrification   

Tues, July 16: SF Gray Panthers Meeting, Film, Brother Outsider   

Tues, July 16: Flagship Cafeteria Workers Demand Respect   

Wed, July 17: Supe's Hearing on IPO Tax   

Wed, July 17: Stop Deportation Demo at SF ICE   

Wed, July 17: Strategy Panel: End Detention Centers   

Wed, July 17: Oakland Equitable Climate Action Plan   

Thurs, July 18: No More Tech Office Space in the Mission   

Thurs, July 18: The Nightmare Transit Gridlock   

Thurs, July 18: Unraveling the Right: Seminar for Organizers   

Fri, July 19: Rally: Get Coal Out of Richmond   

Fri, July 19: SF Living Wage Honors Denise D'Anne and Dave Welsh   

Fri, July 19: War on Immigrants and the Fight-Back   

Sat, July 20: Mario Woods Remembrance Day   

Sat, July 20: Speak Out for Immigrant Rights   

Sat, July 20: Press Freedom: Assange, Manning, Carmody   

Sun, July 21: Never Again is Now! March: Close the Camps   

Sun, July 21: Alternatives to Policing 4: Transformative Justice   

Sun, July 21: Loretta Starvus Stack, Communist Organizer   

Mon, July 22: Stop Killings in Philippines, State of the Nation   

Tues, July 23: Special Schools & Community First Forum   

Tues, July 23: Teacher Strike Wave   

Thurs, July 25: Day of Action: Shut Down 850 Bryant!   

Thurs, July 25: Say No to PG&E at CPUC   

Thurs, July 25: French Yellow Vest Movement   

Thurs, July 25: Defense of Immigrants & Refugees   

Thurs, July 25: Unraveling the Right: A Seminar for Organizers   

Sun, July 28: South Africa: Freedom Isn't Free (Enterprise)   

Thurs, Aug 1: World Without Walls, Janna Jihad    

Thurs, Aug 1: Narcan Training   

Sat, Aug 3: The Domestic Worker Movement: Its History and Future  

Sat, Aug 3: Launch: (Dislocation): Black Exodus Community Project   

Thurs, Aug 8: Never Again in Now   

Sat, Aug 10: Two Years After Charlottsville, Smash White Supremacy   

Sun, Aug 11: Detention, Denialism, Camps that Won't Go Away   

Thurs, Aug 15: Healing Justice Summit   

Sat, Aug 31: Alternative Facts, Lies about the Japanese Internment   

Thurs, Sept 12: Coalition on Homelessness Art Auction    

Thurs, Sept 19: Housing Rights Committee Celebration/Fundraiser   

Thurs, Oct 3: SDA's 2019 Annual Celebration   

Tues-Wed, Oct 22-23: CARA 16th Annual Convention   

Thurs, Oct 24: Israel-Palestine: What Now?   

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