O 21, Monday, 5:00 am – 9:00 am – Port Truckers – Shut Down Port of Oakland Port of OaklandAfter shutting down the port for a period on August 19, a self organized group of hundreds of port truckers have been negotiating with the city in an attempt to put an end to inhumane working conditions and wage theft. After the city rejected all of their demands, the truckers voted unanimously to protest, picket and shut down the Port of Oaklandon Monday, October 21.
They are requesting solidarity from all who are able and willing.
O 21, Monday, BART Strike – 24 Hour Picket (all invited to support and show solidarity)
255 D Street, Colma, CAFrom SEIU 1021:
SCHEDULE CHANGES FOR MONDAY 10/21:
6AM – Picket line at Embarcadero is cancelled for tomorrow.
12Noon – Action at Radulovich’s office at 6th & Market Sts. is cancelled. We hope to leaflet union worksites and ally organizations close to 6th and Market at noon instead with the assistance of BART members. Should this be a longer strike, we are in the process of consulting with our allies to develop San Francisco BART Solidarity Actions. Please stay tuned for details.
O 21, Monday, 6:00 pm – 9:00pm – OccupyForum Presents: The Fight for Homeless Rights Global Exchange 2017 Mission St S.F. Paul Boden – WRAP [Western Regional Advocacy Project]; founder of the SF Coalition on Homelessness and long-time organizer, hell-raiser, writer and inspiration for poor and homeless people like himself in their visionary and practical fight for civil rights and social transformation – speaking on the California Homeless Bill of Rights and homeless-led organizing in California and the West Mike Zint – longtime OccupySF organizer and strong presence and force in the 24-hour Occupy at Bradley Manning Plaza and 101 Market; organizer of the Occupy the Sidewalks campaign actions against the illegal sit/lie and anti-‘lodging’ laws being used to scapegoat and harass poor and homeless people in San Francisco – speaking about the from-the-street fight for human and constitutional rights
O 21, Monday, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm – Series: Creating Consent Culture- A series of interactive discussions examining power dynamics and the involvement of consent within five relevant topics. First Topic: “U.S Military Intervention in Syria” UC Santa Cruz UCSC College Nine and Ten Recreation Lounge, From Project Regeneration. We will examine the role of consent in U.S. militaristic decision-making and draw a connection to the way consent exists or doesn’t exists on the ground in Syria. Sponsored by: Resource Center for Nonviolence, Sin Barras, F*WORD, ACLU – Santa Cruz Chapter, SHOP, College Nine and College Ten Cocurricular Programs