Friday, March 7
March 7, Friday, 7:00 pm – SOMA Food Not Bombs – Sandwich Sharing
Market / Hyde & 8th Street
If you’d like to prepare at home and bring sandwiches, send an email so we’ll have an estimate of how many sandwiches we will have total to give away. Please wrap sandwiches individually in saran wrap. A prep site and time is still being confirmed.
If you arrive after 7pm, just call for our location (415) 797-9229.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 797-9229 with any questions.
Saturday, March 8 (International Women’s Day)
March 8, Saturday, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm – International Women’s Day SF – From Kabul to Fukushima, Women united for:
PEACE, EQUALITY & ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
Massive Women’s Convergence on the Golden Gate Bridge
Activists from Bay Area CodePink, No Nukes Action Committee and Fukushima Response will form a united front on the Golden Gate Bridge in recognition of women’s global effort for a better world.
10:00 Rally, Music, Dance, S.F. side of Golden Gate Bridge.
11:00 March across the eastern walkway, starting on either side of the bridge, to meet in middle for convergence for peace, equality and environmental justice.
12:00 (SF side)
Honoring women activists, past & present.
All are encouraged to represent a woman peace & social justice activist from around the world, and to share her story through a mini-bio, a poem, a photo, song and or story.
The convergence themes will include:
1. Women United to End War & Violence:
In solidarity with the Afghan women working for peace & justice and an end to brutal occupation. Please wear sky blue scarves to symbolize the blue sky that we all share, and our inherent right to peace, justice and economic equality.
2. Nuke-Free World Now! On the 3rd anniversary of the Fukushima disaster, we stand in solidarity with the women of Japan who demand an end to all nuclear power and weapons and a commitment to a safe and nuclear free environment for all.
3. E.R.A. NOW. In the 21st Century it is an abomination that the Equal Rights Amendment has still not been ratified. This day will mark the send off of a year long campaign & march from San Francisco to Washington DC to culminate on March 8, 2015, when Helen de Boissiere, accompanied by supporters, will arrive in DC to chain herself to the White House fence, demanding passage of the E.R.A.
Sponsored by Bay Area CodePink, No Nukes Action Committee and Fukushima Response
March 8, Saturday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm – Rally on International Women’s Day
24th & Mission Sts
Stop violence against women!
Drop the charges against Marissa Alexander!
Full Reproductive rights now!
International Women’s Day – a day of celebration across the world that originated with the protest of women against exploitation in the
Factories – an important day for us to gather and take action to resist these attacks and defend women’s rights
Info: 415 – 375-9502; email: WORDSF@defendwomensrights.org
Sunday, March 9
March 9, Sunday, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Barabara Honegger, M.S. “911: Historic Context and Forensic Facts of the Pentagon Attack”
At 20 Mission Business Center
2415 Mission St. @ 20th Street
The San Francisco Tesla Society presents a free presentation
Over 2,000 architects and engineers for 9/11 truth have concluded after careful scientific inquiry that the two hijacked planes that crashed into two New York World Trade Center towers could not have caused collapse of the three World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001. The evidence tells us that those three towers and their inhabitants were the victims of premeditated controlled demolition events.
Barbara Honegger will present compelling evidence that internal controlled explosions executed by insider stealth “terrorists” occurred at the Pentagon during the September 11th “attacks”.
This presentation will be ‘cutting edge’ containing significant new information to be revealed since Barbara Honegger’s popular 2013 “Behind The Smoke Curtain” DVD lecture. That lecture is available online via YouTube at http://tinyurl.com/smokecurtain Barbara will also premiere a new section on the evidence that high-level insider planning for the attacks began 30 years before 9/11
Q & A to follow.
Barbara Honegger is one of the founding 50 current and former high-level government, military and intelligence officials to call for a new 9/11 investigation (PatriotsQuestion911.com), and one of the 20 original charter members of Political Leaders for 9/11 Truth.
She has published the cumulative results of analysis findings, which refute both the official story as well as much of what the 9/11 Truth Movement has been led to believe.
Barbara was a key contributor to the recent Toronto 9/11 hearings. Her two-billion-candlepower “Third Beam” WTC7 memorial spotlight illuminating the New York skyline on the 9th anniversary of 9/11. She was the first to expose the meaning and central importance of the multiple-hijack-scenario anti-terror emergency response exercises and war games being conducted by the Bush Administration on Sept. 11th.
From 2000 to 2011, Ms. Honegger served as Senior Military Affairs Journalist at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA, where she had access to the highest-level military and civilian officials to piece together the inside story of the 9/11 Pentagon attack. Before that, Barbara was Director of the Attorney General’s Anti-Discrimination Law Review at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Ms. Honegger also served as a White House Policy Analyst in the 1980′s Reagan Administration. She was the first public resignation of conscience from the Reagan-Bush Administration. She is the author of October Surprise, the first book to document the secret deal between the 1980 Reagan-Bush Campaign and the radical Islamist Khomeini regime to delay the release of the U.S. hostages in Iran until after the 1981 presidential inauguration of Ronald Reagan.
Ms. Honegger has a masters certification in National Security Decision Making from the Naval War College. Barbara earned the first accredited U.S. graduate M.S. degree in Consciousness Studies/Experimental Parapsychology from John F. Kennedy University (1981). She holds a B.A. in Communications/Honors Writing from Stanford University (1969), with additional expertise in the neuropsychology of human and nonhuman primate communication.
For more information about this meeting with links for further research see:
Newsletter of other events: http://sftesla.org/sfts_pdfs/2014t_pfds/SFTS_Flyer_2014_Spring.pdf
Monday, March 10
March 10, Monday, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm – OccupyForum Presents: Anne Donjacour’s panel on Water/Water rights
Possibly Jan Hartsough on Water in Africa
2017 Mission St. (16th Street BART)
Tuesday, March 11 (3rd Anniversary of Fukushima Meltdown)
March 11, Tuesday, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Global Day of Action on 3rd Anniversary of Fukushima Meltdown
San Francisco Japanese Consulate
50 Fremont St
The meltdown at Fukushima Diaiichi Nuclear Power Station occurred 3 years ago on March 11, 2011 (and the next few days thereafter
For three years TEPCO has been bungling the remediation effort while the life and health of everyone on this planet has been seriously threatened by the release of radiation – especially in Japan. This will continue for decades!
Currently Daiichi is in a state of collapse from weakened infrastructure, shortage of manpower, deteriorating cooling systems, lethal radioactive storage leaks, contaminated groundwater rising to the surface, highly vulnerable electrical systems.
In spite of this, the PM is pushing for nuclear technology to India, Korea, Turkey and Vietnam. Japan’s new Secrecy Law has made it a crime to investigate nuclear issues. The harassment and jailing of Japanese anti-nuclear activists must stop!
Saturday, March 15
March 15, Saturday, 10:30 am (when bus leaves SF) – 5:00 pm –GOVERNOR BROWN DON’T FRACK CALIFORNIA RALLY & MARCH – Sacramento
The Capitol Lawn, Sacramento, CA
Make your bus reservations now!
Below is the link for the San Francisco buses going to Sacramento on March 15th, leaving 10:30 am, Civic Center BART.
Tia from Food and Water Watch is the bus captain – there is still lots of room
on the SF buses. Tickets are $20, sliding scale.
Join thousands of Californians in Sacramento for the larges mobilization against
fracking the Golden State has ever seen! Folks are coming from ALL OVER California.
Defense of Mother Earth is SELF DEFENSE.
Link to SF bus
learn more at