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March to Save the People’s Post Office: 200 march and occupy San Francisco’s Civic Center PO

July 16, 2012

The Community-Labor Coalition to Save the People’s Post Office rallied, marched and occupied the Civic Center Post Office in downtown San Francisco to stop threats of eliminating 220,000 living-wage jobs and closing 3,700 post offices, including four in San Francisco – most in poor neighborhoods and rural areas.

National Occupy Day in Support of Prisoners: Feb. 20

February 8, 2012

On the United Nations’ “World Day of Social Justice,” Monday, Feb. 20, we are calling a National Occupy Day in Support of Prisoners. In the Bay Area we will Occupy San Quentin 12-3 p.m. Kevin Cooper, an innocent man on Death Row, joins the call to Occupy San Quentin and demand an end to capital punishment.

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My mind is pre-occupied with racism in ‘Occupy’

November 4, 2011

Mrs. Bowie said she had been attacked by a white supremacist faction of Occupiers and then subsequently attacked by the police. I asked if there had been white power issues at the camp and was met by a reluctance to broach the topic that was echoed by the next half dozen people I would speak to. A few made silent or cryptic affirmations that this phenomenon was occurring.

Common cents for San Francisco: Avalos schedules public hearing on a municipal bank

October 21, 2011

A municipal bank is finally on the table, and Supervisor and mayoral candidate John Avalos has scheduled a public hearing at San Francisco City Hall for Oct. 24, 10 a.m., in Room 250. There will be time for public comment. At least four mayoral candidates are outspoken advocates for a municipal bank: Supervisor Avalos, Public Defender Jeff Adachi, Terry Baum of the Green Party and state Sen. Leland Yee.

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