We've relocated our office to the Redstone Building in the Mission District. Location Information.  
SF Gray Panthers activity will be diminished as we get up to speed. 
See pictures from our December Holiday Party.
 

Tues, Oct 21: Gray Panthers Meeting (special time and location, see graphic above)    
Mon, Oct 27, 11:30 AM, Gray Panthers Book Club, Centic Cafe, 142 McAllister, betw Hyde & Leavenworth.

Mondays-Thursdays: Senior & Disability Action's Computer Labs open   
1st & 3rdTuesdays: SF99% Coalition Meetings
           
Wed, Oct 15: Senior & Disability Action Housing Collaborative Meeting       
Wed, Oct 15: SF Living Wage Coalition Meeting      
Wed, Oct 15: Protest Drone Manufacturer Northrop-Grumman        
Wed, Oct 15: SF Library Ohlone Arts Night         
Thurs, Oct 16: Mission Playground is For the Neighborhood!                    
Thurs, Oct 16: Freedom Archives 15-year Celebration/Fundraiser     
Thurs, Oct 16: Plaza 16 Anti-Displacement Coalition Community Meeting       
Thurs, Oct 16: CISPES Movie Night: "Why We Came"      
Fri, Oct 17: Bernie Sanders in San Francisco: "The Fight for Economic Justice"         
Fri, Oct 17: Myths, Realities in Hong Kong "Democracy" Movement        
Sat Oct 18: Conference: Fighting Privatization of Education and Public Services       
Sun, Oct 19: Mural Event: "These Walls Speak," Film & Community Event       
Sun, Oct 19: Kucinich: Redefining National Security: From Terror to Peace        
Mon, Oct 20: Tell Clinton & Pelosi, Medicare-For-All, Single-Payer Healthcare        
Mon, Oct 20: Anti-War Play "Hey, Hey, LBJ!"        
Tues, Oct 21: Film Showing, Empress Hotel, a Tenderloin SRO with a Story        
Wed, Oct 22: National Day of Protest: Police Brutality, Repression, & Criminalization (OAKLAND)        
Wed, Oct 22: Save City College Coalition General Assembly             
Wed, Oct 22: Book Release: James Tracy, "Dispatches Against Displacement"     
Thurs, Oct 23: When Mandates Work: SF's $15 Minimum Wage and Prop G        
Thurs, Oct 23: Modern Times: Gentrification, Open Space and Environmental Justice         
Fri, Oct 24: SF Living Wage Pop-up Gallery, to benefit Fight for $15, Campaign for Community Jobs      
Sat, Oct 25: Block the Boat for Gaza Action at Port of Oakland       
Sat, Oct 25: OWL-SF Meeting: Compassionate Choices in Dying      
Sun, Oct 26: Film "Take This Hammer," James Baldwin in the Bayview 1963         
Mon, Oct 27-Fri, Oct 31: Support City College At The Trial        
Wed, Oct 29: Protest Janitorial Workers Low Pay, Short Hours, Sexual Harassment              
Wed Oct 29: Shaping SF Public Talks: SF's Housing Wars 2014      
Thurs, Oct 30: Calif Coalition for Women Prisoners' Fired Up! Party        
Tues, Nov 4: Film & Discussion, "Reembarque," African in Caribbean History      
Tues, Nov 4: Book Launch, "Locked Down, Locked Out - Why Prison Doesn't Work"      
Tues, Nov 11: Community Meeting on Fixing Elevators in SRO Hotels       
Wed, Nov 12: Photographic History of South of Market         
Wed, Nov 12: Campaign for Healthy California-SF (Single-Payer) Meeting        
Sat, Nov 15: Howard Zinn Bookfair         
Sat Nov 15: Book Release: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era        
Sun, Nov 16: UU Forum: Improving the Lives of Women in Africa"       
Sun, Nov 16: Surviving Human Tracking in Nepal          
Sat, Nov 22: Earth at Risk 2014: Justice & Sustainability Conference        
Fri, Nov 28: OurWalmart Black Friday Action     
Wed, Dec 10: Latin American Social Movements       


Please send notices of similar SAN FRANCISCO events to mlyon01@comcast.net with "CALENDAR" in subject line. Please also post your events on the Indybay Calendar.    

Mondays to
Fridays

Senior & Disability Action's Open Computer Lab and Computer Classes.
Computer Lab hours are: 9AM to 4 PM, for people to practice their skills or do their work.
Call Pi Ra at 415-546-2096 for Computer Class Hours.
Read a description (but not location) of SDA's computer training here.   
Actual Location: SDA's office, 1360 Mission St, Room 400.
(Betw 9th-10th Sts, map, # 14, 6, 9, 21 buses)        (back to top)

1st & 3rd Tuesdays of month
6:30 PM

The purpose of the San Francisco 99% Coalition is to work in coalition and offer support to groups which promote nonviolent advocacy for more equitable social, economic and environmental public policies.  See their website.  Meeting location: Unitarian Universalist Center, 1187 Franklin St. (at Geary), #38 bus (not 38L).  Leave an email message at sf99percent@gmail.com to be called about specific meeting information.   (back to top)

Mon
Oct 20
10 AM
Tell Clinton & Pelosi, Medicare-For-All, Single-Payer Healthcare.   Nancy Pelosi at the Annual DCCC Ultimate Women’s Power Luncheon will host Hillary Clinton.  Hold banners to tell them Fix Healthcare – Support HR 676, Medicare for All, Single Payer.  Please RSVP to 415-695-7891 to determine how many banners to make.   Location: Fairmont Hotel, California & Mason, #1 bus.    (back to top)
Tues
Oct 21
2 PM
Film Showing, Empress Hotel, a Tenderloin SRO with a Story.  This prize-winning movie follows the very different lives of ten Empress Hotel residents, providing insight into the lives of homeless people and what drives their demons and addictions.   Read more about the movie.   The movie is being shown by the Senior & Disability Action SRO Project, seeking to improve safety and living conditions in San Francisco's Single Room Occupancy hotels.   Location: Koret Auditorium, in the lower level of the main branch of the SF Public Library, 100 Larkin St (at Grove).   (back to top)
Wed
Nov 12
7 PM
Campaign for a Healthy California SF Meeting.   The Campaign for a Healthy California is a new state-wide community- and labor-based organization that aspires to win single-payer/Medicare-for-All  healthcare in California through a state-wide ballot initiative.  Regional groups are forming across the state, and this meeting in SF's Mission District is the San Francisco Regional Group.  We invite all community and labor groups to join us.  Location: Community Room, Mission Police Station, 630 Valencia (at 17th St, 16th St. BART, or 14, 49, 22, & 33 buses.  See map. )    (back to top)
Sun
Nov 16
2-4 PM

Surviving Human Tracking in Nepa.  Arla S. Ertz reports back on National Conference for Female Trafficking Survivors and their solidarity work with women around the world.

Women of Shakti Samuha, a Nepali organization founded and run by trafficking survivors, work daily to abolish human trafficking and to sustain other survivors. Recently back from training conducted by these women, and from attending Nepal's 3rd Annual Conference of Female Trafficking Survivors at their request, Arla brings us a presentation about their work building solidarity within Nepal and with women around the world.

Arla is a San Francisco social worker, long-time activist, and WILPF member. She was invited by Harambee Arts to travel to Nepal as part of an international expressive arts therapy team, to be trained by Nepali women trafficking survivors in the expressive arts therapy program they went through to heal their trauma and now use with recently liberated survivors. Arla worked for 10 years for an expressive arts program for homeless children in the San Francisco Bay Area. Presented by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) East Bay and SF branches.   Location: SF Main Library, 100 Larkin, Latino Room in Lower Level.  (back to top)

Fri
Nov 28
3-5 PM
OurWalmart Black Friday Action. Every year, the annual OurWalmart action in the East Bay has grown.  This year, Walmart workers have won paid sick days from the State, and are now demanding $15 minimum wage and consistant full-time hours.   Location: Milpitas Walmart, shuttle busses will run between Milpitas BART and the store. Stay tuned for more information!   (back to top)
 

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Gray Panthers of San Francisco  
2940 16th St,  Room 200-3,  
San Francisco CA 94103
Phone: 415-552-8800
e-mail: graypanther-sf@sonic.net
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Location: 16th St between Capp & S. Van Ness, See a map
In San Francisco's Mission District. We are wheelchair-accessible.