Jan
19
9:00 AM09:00

Women's March Napa Valley March "Truth to Power"

Hosted by Women's March Napa Valley

Once again, thousands of Napa Valley residents -- comprised of women, men and children -will gather in downtown Napa to peacefully rally in in support of love, solidarity and unification. This year’s theme – “Truth To Power” -- Women’s March Napa Valley (WMNV) wiil join a national movement to unify and empower those who stand for women’s rights, civil liberties, social justice and human rights. The March is a free, peaceful, non-partisan gathering that will give attendees the opportunity to stand in solidarity for the American values WMNV represents.

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Jan
19
10:00 AM10:00

Women's March 2019: Oakland

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Women's March Oakland 2019 will flood the streets with a wave of self-identified women and their allies from the East Bay and beyond. At this nonpartisan, peaceful event on the Saturday before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we will activate our communities and publicly proclaim our commitment, in Scott King's words, to "create new homes, new communities, new cities, a new nation. Yea, a new world, which we desperately need!"

The 2019 march is co-hosted by Women's March Oakland and Black Women Organized for Political Action.

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Jan
19
1:00 PM13:00

Women's March 2019: Sister District SF/Swing Left SF Contingent

Hosted by Swing Left San Francisco and Sister District San Francisco

Tickets by Eventbrite

Want to attend the Women’s March in San Francisco with Sister District members? This is your chance! Come join Sister District SF and Swing Left SF at the 3rd Annual Women's March on Saturday, January 19. The rally begins at 11:30 but we will meet at 1 pm on the steps of the Asian Art Museum for the march!

Look for the Sister District and Swing Left Banners!
Remember to check the weather before you come and wear comfortable shoes!
You can forget your umbrella (looks like no rain) but dont forget your Sister District and Swing Left gear!

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Jan
19
2:30 PM14:30

Official AfterParty for SF Womens March @ Eleven11

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Hosted by Women's March San Francisco and 4 others

Women's March San Francisco 2019 March and Rally + AfterParty @ Eleven:11
This year's theme is #TruthToPower and celebrating the #WomensWave.

WHEN?
Sat, January 19, 2019
~~Rally at 11:30 AM at Civic Center Plaza
~~March at 1:30 PM down Market Street to the Embarcadero Plaza
~~AfterParty 2:30-6pm Walking Distance from End of March @ Eleven:11

We march to engage & empower all people to support women's rights, human rights, social and environmental justice. Our votes matter. Our voices matter. Our truths matter. Our presence matters.

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Jan
19
to Jan 20

WOMEN'S MARCH 2019: SAN FRANCISCO

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On January 19, 2019, Women’s March San Francisco will again host a rally and march, kicking off at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza at 11:30 a.m. with a lineup of speakers who advocate and organize on and around topics central to the Women’s March mission to work on behalf of human rights, civil liberties and social justice for all.

The March and Rally are both family-friendly events run by an all-volunteer staff. It is strongly encouraged that people take public transit to the event. After the rally, the march will commence at 1:30 p.m. and conclude at Embarcadero.

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Jan
22
6:00 PM18:00

Sister District: SoMa/Mission Bay/Potrero Hill - Monthly Neighborhood Meeting

by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Do you live or work in SoMa, Mission Bay, Dogpatch or Potrero Hill? Then stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda. Learn why states matter and about upcoming volunteer and fundraising opportunities for "sister" races across the country, where you can make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives. As handouts, materials will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPSoMa

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Jan
31
6:00 PM18:00

Kick-off - Environment & Energy Circle (San Francisco)

  • 333 Market Street San Francisco, CA, 94103 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Full Circle Fund

Join Environment and Energy Circle as they launch into their 2019 Grant Cycle! This night is about refining the ideation we began at our Kick Off event in January as we embark on our annual grantmaking plan. Come add your ideas and energy to the conversation.

What specific issues will we set out to understand and help address in the areas of Environment and Energy? Which teams will form around these issues? Who will step up to lead a team? Don't miss out on this opportunity to be a part of the process from the very beginning, Alumni, and those looking to learn more about Full Circle Fund Membership are all welcome.

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Feb
4
to Feb 8

66th Annual Meeting of the Western Section of The Wildlife Society (Fish Camp, California)

Hosted by Western Section of The Wildlife Society

Fellow wildlifers, please join The Western Section of the Wildlife Society at the 2019 annual meeting of our section to be held at the Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite in Fish Camp, California. We have a wonderful slate of activities, networking events, and professional paper sessions scheduled that we are sure you will not want to miss.

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Feb
6
6:30 PM18:30

Sister District Monthly Meeting (Glen Park & Beyond - San Francisco)

by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Do you live or work in Glen Park, Bernal Heights, Portola, Sunnyside or beyond? Then, stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda. Learn why states matter and about upcoming Get Out the Vote (GOTV) volunteer and fundraising opportunities for our 'last chance' races in 2019 in LA, MI and VA. Join us to make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives.

As materials will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPGlenPark

Meeting is at Glen Park Library!

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Feb
12
7:00 PM19:00

Sister District Mission - Monthly Neighborhood Meeting (San Francisco)

by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Do you live or work in the Mission, Dogpatch or Potrero Hill? Then stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda.

Learn why states matter and about upcoming Get Out the Vote (GOTV) volunteer and fundraising opportunities for our 'last chance' races in 2019 in LA, MI and VA. Join us to make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives.

As food/drink will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPMission 

Your Mission District Captains (Andrew and Jonté)

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Mar
6
6:30 PM18:30

Sister District Monthly Meeting (Glen Park & Beyond - San Francisco)

Do you live or work in Glen Park, Bernal Heights, Portola, Sunnyside or beyond? Then, stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda. Learn why states matter and about upcoming Get Out the Vote (GOTV) volunteer and fundraising opportunities for our 'last chance' races in 2019 in LA, MI and VA. Join us to make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives.

As materials will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPGlenPark

Meeting is at Glen Park Library!
Your Glen Park District Captains: Theresa, Stephanie & Doug

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Mar
12
7:00 PM19:00

Sister District Mission - Monthly Neighborhood Meeting

by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Do you live or work in the Mission, Dogpatch or Potrero Hill? Then stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda.

Learn why states matter and about upcoming Get Out the Vote (GOTV) volunteer and fundraising opportunities for our 'last chance' races in 2019 in LA, MI and VA. Join us to make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives.

As food/drink will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPMission 

Your Mission District Captains (Andrew and Jonté)

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Mar
29
7:30 PM19:30

Ear Hustle's Nigel Poor & Earlonne Woods (San Francisco)

Ear Hustle presents stories of life inside prison, shared by those living it. The podcast is a partnership between Nigel Poor, a Bay Area visual artist, and Earlonne Woods, formerly incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison, and was co-founded with fellow inmate Antwan Williams. The Ear Hustle team works in San Quentin’s media lab to produce stories that are sometimes difficult, often funny and always honest, offering a nuanced view of people living within the American prison system.  

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Jan
17
6:30 PM18:30

How Some Countries Are Solving Climate Change (San Francisco)

  • 110 The Embarcadero San Francisco, CA, 94105 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Commonwealth Club of California and Climate One

TICKETS and INFO

Join Climate One for a discussion with energy expert Sonia Aggarwal (Energy Innovation) and authors Joshua Goldstein and Staffan Qvist about who’s moving ahead and who’s moving backward in the transition to a clean energy economy.

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Jan
14
6:00 PM18:00

Why Has Nationalism Come Roaring Back?

Hosted by Commonwealth Club of California

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John Judis, Author, The Nationalist Revival: Trade, Immigration, and the Revolt Against Globalization

Monday Night Philosophy investigates why the world is grappling with a fierce resurgence of “us versus them” nationalism. Veteran political reporter and author John Judis analyzes the underlying causes of the nationalist revolt and its global impact, arguing that nationalism is an inescapable aspect of politics that the Left has ceded to the Right. The result: the rise of leaders such as Donald Trump in the United States and Viktor Orbán in Hungary. Judis looks to the future and urges leaders to identify and reclaim what is valid in nationalism while recognizing that it is in a country’s national interest to work together with strong international institutions.

Location: 110 The Embarcadero, Toni Rembe Rock Auditorium, San Francisco
Time: 5:30 p.m. check-in, 6 p.m. program, 7 p.m. book signing
MLF: Humanities
Program organizer: George Hammond

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Jan
8
7:00 PM19:00

Sister District Monthly Neighborhood Meeting: San Francisco (Mission District)

by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Do you live or work in the Mission, Dogpatch or Potrero Hill? Then stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda.

Learn why states matter and about upcoming Get Out the Vote (GOTV) volunteer and fundraising opportunities for our 'last chance' races in 2019 in LA, MI and VA. Join us to make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives.

As food/drink will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPMission 

Your Mission District Captains (Andrew and Jonté)

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Jan
2
6:30 PM18:30

Sister District Monthly Meeting (Glen Park & Beyond - San Francisco)

Hosted by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Do you live or work in Glen Park, Bernal Heights, Portola, Sunnyside or beyond? Then, stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda. Learn why states matter and about upcoming Get Out the Vote (GOTV) volunteer and fundraising opportunities for our 'last chance' races in 2019 in LA, MI and VA. Join us to make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives.

As materials will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPGlenPark

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Dec
30
4:00 PM16:00

Indivisible SF General Meeting (San Francisco)

  • St. Mark's Church Urban Life Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

by Indivisible SF

In addition to orientation sessions for new members, issue-specific breakout groups, and Member of Congress strategy sessions, we'll be holding our amazing election breakouts where we phone bank, text bank, and write postcards for Democratic candidates around the state and country!

We meet weekly at the Urban Life Center next to St Mark's Church at Franklin and O'Farrell.

Parking is available. If you're taking BART, transfer at Montgomery to 38-Geary and get off at Franklin, then walk one block south (down the hill). The Urban Life Center is also one block west of the O'Farrell stop on the 49-Van Ness/Mission and 47-Van Ness lines.

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Dec
19
1:00 PM13:00

Yerba Buena Island Monthly Habitat Restoration (San Francisco: Yerba Buena Island)

Hosted by SF Environment

Volunteer work party guided by SF Environment's Biodiversity Coordinator and TIDA staff. Work includes using hand tools to plant native species, remove invasive plants and restore native plant habit, Clipper Cove Beach cleanup. All ages and abilities welcome!

When: Third Wednesday of every month; 1 PM to 3 PM
Where: Yerba Buena Island Quarters 10 Park and Clipper Cove Beach, 510 Treasure Island Road (at Macalla Road) 

Learn more: https://sfenvironment.org/event/yerba-buena-island-habitat-restoration

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Dec
19
1:00 PM13:00

Yerba Buena Island Monthly Habitat Restoration (San Francisco: Treasure Island)

  • Yerba Buena Island Quarters 10 Park and Clipper Cove Beach (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by SF Environment

Volunteer work party guided by SF Environment's Biodiversity Coordinator and TIDA staff. Work includes using hand tools to plant native species, remove invasive plants and restore native plant habit, Clipper Cove Beach cleanup. All ages and abilities welcome!

Learn more: https://sfenvironment.org/event/yerba-buena-island-habitat-restoration

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Dec
19
12:00 PM12:00

Prop C: Our City Our Home Unity Rally: Windfall Funding for Prop C! (San Francisco)

  • 1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Place San Francisco, CA (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Indivisible SF and 4 others

We call on City Hall to honor the spirit of Prop C: Our City Our Home and put communities that are impacted front and center when making decisions about the $181M windfall funding in the budget. Join us on the steps of City Hall on Wednesday at noon! 

www.ourcityourhomesf.org

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Dec
18
6:00 PM18:00

Sister District: SoMa/Mission Bay/Potrero Hill - Monthly Neighborhood Meeting

Hosted by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Tickets

Do you live or work in SoMa, Mission Bay, Dogpatch or Potrero Hill? Then stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda. Learn why states matter and about upcoming volunteer and fundraising opportunities for "sister" races across the country, where you can make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives. As handouts, materials will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPSoMa

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Dec
17
6:30 PM18:30

Sister District Central SF - Monthly Neighborhood Meeting

Hosted by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Do you live or work in the Castro, Duboce Triangle, Lower Haight, Hayes Valley, Western Addition, Alamo Square or NOPA? Then stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda.

Learn why states matter and about upcoming volunteer and fundraising opportunities for "sister" races across the country, where you can make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives.

As handouts, materials will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPCentralSF

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Dec
8
1:00 PM13:00

Beyond the Bay: Building Power for California's Future (Oakland)

Hosted by ACLU of Northern California

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Join us at the ACLU Foundation of Northern California's annual Bill of Rights Day celebration! Help us recognize these bold leaders and celebrate a year of legislative successes for civil rights and civil liberties. This year’s honorees include:

Basim Elkarra for his unwavering commitment to expanding civil rights for Muslim Americans and all Americans, and for building respect and understanding between ethnic groups, faith communities and government agencies. 

Lisa Honig for her exceptional, decades-long commitment to civil liberties and service to the ACLU through board leadership in Northern California and nationally.

After the program, join us for a reception and enjoy appetizers and an open bar.

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Dec
6
6:30 PM18:30

Going Carbon Negative

Hosted by Commonwealth Club of California and Climate One

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The math is clear: lowering greenhouse gas emissions is not enough to keep the earth below 1.5 degrees Celsius of post-industrial warming. The latest science states that actively removing carbon from the atmosphere — storing it in rocks, soil, trees, and even turning it into products like concrete — is critical to restore the carbon and energy balance. To keep our planet from dangerous levels of warming, we’ll need to go carbon negative.

Is carbon removal a cost-effective solution to addressing climate change? Which natural and technological approaches are the most promising? Join us for a conversation with Noah Deich, Executive Director at Carbon180, on the necessary negatives for a stable climate.

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Dec
6
6:00 AM06:00

Homelessness: A Discussion About The Crisis (San Francisco)

  • North Beach Citizens Resource Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Telegraph Hill Dwellers and North Beach Citizens

Tickets by Eventbrite

In this interactive discussion, connect with community leaders to take a look at how homelessness occurs, why it's become so prevalent, and discuss current initiatives in North Beach and beyond. Featured panelists: 

  • Kristie Fairchild, Executive Director of the North Beach Citizens

  • Emily Cohen, Manager for Policy and Special Projects at the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing

  • Rachel Rodriguez, Founder of Community Payee Partnership

  • Dianna Tomasello, Formerly Homeless NBC client



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Dec
5
6:30 PM18:30

Sister District Monthly Meeting (Glen Park & Beyond - San Francisco)

Hosted by Sister District San Francisco and Sister District Project

Do you live or work in Glen Park, Bernal Heights, Portola, Sunnyside or beyond? Then, stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda. Learn why states matter and about upcoming Get Out the Vote (GOTV) volunteer and fundraising opportunities for our 'last chance' races in 2019 in LA, MI and VA. Join us to make the biggest difference in the fight against gerrymandering and for progressive laws that affect every day lives.

As materials will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPGlenPark

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Dec
4
12:00 PM12:00

THE NEW ABNORMAL: A TOWN HALL ON CALIFORNIA’S FIRES AND THE FUTURE (San Francisco)

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Wildfires have always been part of life for the state of California. However, in the past year the state has seen 7 of its 20 most destructive wildfires ever, including the recent Camp Fire in Butte County, which directly impacted the Bay Area for days, and the Woolsey Fire in Malibu outside of Los Angeles. Combined, both fires cost hundreds of lives and caused billions of dollars in damage.

To address some of these critical and urgent questions, please join The Commonwealth Club for a special free town hall on California's fires and what can be done in the short and long term to prepare for them. The Club has invited some of the region's leading wildfire experts for an essential and honest discussion about the new abnormal and the pressing need to better prepare for the future. The town hall will also address how technology is shaping fire prevention and firefighting. Guests are invited to participate and share their experiences, thoughts and recommendations. Some of the state's top fire experts will also be seated in the audience

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Dec
3
7:00 PM19:00

REP. JACKIE SPEIER: JONESTOWN, COURAGE AND FIGHTING BACK (San Francisco)

HOSTED BY THE COMMONWEALTH CLUB
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Jackie Speier was twenty-eight when she joined congressman Leo Ryan’s delegation to rescue defectors from cult leader Jim Jones’ Peoples Temple in Jonestown, Guyana. Ryan was killed on the airstrip tarmac, and Speier was shot five times at point-blank range.

From the formative nightmare that radically molded her perspective and instincts to the devastating personal and professional challenges that would follow, her memoir, Undaunted, reveals the perseverance of a determined force in American politics. Deeply rooted in Speier’s experiences as a widow, a mother, a congresswoman and a fighter, hers is a story of true resilience, one that will inspire other women to draw strength from adversity in order to do what is right—no matter the challenges ahead.

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Dec
3
1:30 PM13:30

DemActionSF - West Portal Phone Bank for GA SoS

Hosted by Democracy Action SF

Tickets by Eventbrite

Let's elect a Democratic Secretary of State in Georgia and ensure fair elections! Please bring a laptop or tablet, mobile phone and ear buds. We will train you. Location in West Portal area is easy to get to via Muni and there is lots of free street parking. Help us elect John Barrow and end voter suppression in Georgia.

Please bring your charged cell phone AND your laptop, iPad or tablet. Please bring earbuds with a mic for the best experience. Training is provided. Help us turn a red state purple.

Space is limited, so please RSVP ahead of time. The specific address is provided upon RSVP. We have plenty of free street parking and the area is easily accessible by public transportation.

If you have any questions or comments, we’d love to hear from you: info@demaction.us

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Dec
2
3:00 PM15:00

Indivisible SF General Assembly (San Francisco)

Information (and RSVP)

After looking back on what we've accomplished in the last two years, the General Assembly will focus on understanding the political situation we'll face in 2019 and discussing our strategic priorities for overcoming the Trump/Republican agenda and restoring democracy in America.

In this strategy session, we will have a host of Indivisible SF speakers and a series of breakout sessions on National/Congressional, State/Local and Non-legislative topics.

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Dec
2
1:00 PM13:00

DemActionSF - Dogpatch Phone Bank for GA Sec of State Runoff

Hosted by Democracy Action SF

Tickets by Eventbrite

Democrat John Barrow is in a runoff election to be Georgia's next Secretary of State. He will fight to make future elections in Georgia be free and fair, so let's help him get out the vote!
We’re open from 1pm–5pm SUNDAY; feel free to stop by at whatever time works best for you. Don't worry, if you've never done phone banks before we will train you on-site. Bring a charged cell phone AND a laptop, iPad, or tablet. If you don't have a laptop or tablet, please contact info@demaction.us and we may have a spare you can use. (We can always use more laptops, so if you have a spare one you'd be willing to share, please bring it with you.)

If you’re driving, it’s usually very easy to find parking around 23rd Street and Tennessee Street. On Muni, take the T Third line inbound (outbound if you’re coming from Bayview) and get off at the stop on 3rd Street at 23rd Street.

If you have any questions or comments, we’d love to hear from you: info@demaction.us

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Dec
1
10:00 AM10:00

Free Composting Workshop (San Francisco)

Hosted by Garden for the Environment and SF Environment

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Learn how to make your very own compost! The backbone of every healthy garden, compost improves all soil types and can be a difference between success and failure with many plants! In this class, we will teach you how to make compost in your backyard, and introduce you to our worms that make their own, special fertilizer. Come learn what you can do to improve your garden and prevent organic waste from ending up in the landfill!

These FREE workshops are sponsored by the SF Department of Environment.

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Nov
25
1:00 PM13:00

DemActionSF - Dogpatch Phone Bank

  • 2624 3rd street San Francisco, CA 94107 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Democracy Action SF

Tickets by Eventbrite

We're in it to win it! If there is a runoff for either Mississippi Senate or Georgia Governor, join Democracy Action as we work to finish the work of the Midterm elections. 

We’re open from 1pm–5pm SUNDAY; feel free to stop by at whatever time works best for you. Don't worry, if you've never done phone banks before we will train you on-site.

Bring a charged cell phone AND a laptop, iPad, or tablet. If you don't have a laptop or tablet, please contact info@demaction.us and we may have a spare you can use. (We can always use more laptops, so if you have a spare one you'd be willing to share, please bring it with you.)

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Nov
23
4:00 PM16:00

Indivisible SF General Meeting (San Francisco)

  • St. Mark's Church - Urban Life Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

by Indivisible SF

n addition to orientation sessions for new members, issue-specific breakout groups, and Member of Congress strategy sessions, we'll be holding our amazing election breakouts where we phone bank, text bank, and write postcards for Democratic candidates around the state and country!

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Nov
19
12:00 PM12:00

Bill Press: The Case Against Trump

Hosted by Commonwealth Club of California

Bill Press, Host, Bill Press Show; Author, Trump Must Go: The Top 100 Reasons to Dump Trump (and One to Keep Him); Twitter @bpshow

"I'd give us an A." ―President Donald Trump, on his first 100 days in office.

Bill Press, a popular radio host and former California Democratic chair, argues the opposite: that every day that Trump stays in office, he diminishes the United States and its people.

In his new book, Trump Must Go, Press offers 100 reasons why he believes Trump needs to be removed from office, whether by impeachment, the 25th Amendment or the ballot box. Ranging from banning federal employees’ use of the phrase “climate change” to making disparaging comments about African nations and countries such as Haiti and El Salvador, Press lists his reasons why he believes the president is unfit for office. Press says that Trump’s calendar is marked with extensive “executive time” so he can tweet, golf and watch TV.

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Nov
18
4:00 PM16:00

Indivisible SF General Meeting

  • St. Mark's Church - Urban Life Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

by Indivisible San Francisco

In addition to orientation sessions for new members, issue-specific breakout groups, and Member of Congress strategy sessions, we'll be holding our amazing election breakouts where we phone bank, text bank, and write postcards for Democratic candidates around the state and country! Meetings are held weekly at the Urban Life Center next to St Mark's Church at Franklin and O'Farrell.

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Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

SoMa/Mission Bay Monthly Neighborhood Meeting

Do you live or work in SoMa or Mission Bay? Then stop by your local Sister District San Francisco neighborhood meeting for an action-packed agenda.

Learn why states matter and about upcoming volunteer and fundraising opportunities for sister races across the country, starting with AZ's Sean Bowie and House of Representative candidates Felicia French for Arizona, and Bobby Tyler for Rural Arizona.

As handouts will be provided -- the courtesy of an RSVP is very MUCH appreciated: http://bit.ly/SDSFRSVPSoMa

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Nov
11
4:00 PM16:00

Indivisible SF General Meeting

  • St. Mark's Church - Urban Life Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In addition to orientation sessions for new members, issue-specific breakout groups, and Member of Congress strategy sessions, we'll be holding our amazing election breakouts where we phone bank, text bank, and write postcards for Democratic candidates around the state and country! Meetings are held weekly at the Urban Life Center next to St Mark's Church at Franklin and O'Farrell.

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Nov
11
1:00 PM13:00

DemActionSF - Dogpatch Phone Bank [Tentative]

  • 2624 3rd Street San Francisco, CA, 94107 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by Democracy Action SF
Tickets by Eventbrite

We're in it to win it! If there is a runoff for either Mississippi Senate or Georgia Governor, join Democracy Action as we work to finish the work of the Midterm elections. We’re open from 1pm–5pm SUNDAY; feel free to stop by at whatever time works best for you. Don't worry, if you've never done phone banks before we will train you on-site.

Bring a charged cell phone AND a laptop, iPad, or tablet. If you don't have a laptop or tablet, please contact info@demaction.us and we may have a spare you can use. (We can always use more laptops, so if you have a spare one you'd be willing to share, please bring it with you.)

If you have any questions or comments, we’d love to hear from you: info@demaction.us

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Nov
8
5:00 PM17:00

Nobody is Above the Law: San Francisco (Civic Center)

  • Civic Center San Francisco, CA 94102 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

More about this EVENT.

The Rapid Response protest against Trump’s meddling with the Mueller investigation is TODAY at 5pm at Civic Center. This protest comes in response to yesterday’s ouster of Jeff Sessions. Rosenstein has been sidelined on the Mueller investigation, with acting Attorney General Whitaker now in control of the investigation. We demand that Whitaker recuse himself due to his previous statements on the investigation. Sign up now at MoveOn.org to stay updated. RSVP for the event here.

While you’re getting ready to hit the streets, take a moment to celebrate our election results! We had a lot of hopes and a lot of worries going into Tuesday. Many of us continued to campaign until the end of voting to help flip Congress and build support for Props C and 10. 

We’ve been working for months to build a Blue Wave. Tuesday, the wave arrived and here's what washed up:

  • A House majority.

  • Many, many state-level wins across the country, including governor and legislative seats (flipping control to Democrats in six states), and ballot propositions.

  • San Francisco’s Prop C passed.

  • We didn’t win the Senate, but we didn’t expect to.

  • Check out a more detailed list of some of the many progressive victories we scored on Tuesday.

Revel in our successes, and let them fuel you. The fight isn’t over, but it will change now that we have a Democratic House Majority at our back and the Speaker’s gavel at our side. In the next few days, Indivisible National will publish a new guide to cover how we’ll go from taking the House to taking the White House. For a sneak peek of the plan, join Indivisible National's movement-wide strategy call next Tuesday at 8pm ET/5pm PT.

We have a lot of work ahead of us. Take a moment of rest, find inspiration in Tuesday’s victories, and let’s get back to it. See you Sunday!

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