New Valencia Hall
747 Polk Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
(located seven blocks from Civic Center BART and on or near the #19, 31, 47, 48 & 49 Muni bus lines.)
Monday through Friday, 1:00-5:00pm. Or call for an appointment!
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Friday, May 6, 7:00PM
Ida B. Wells—A Passion for Justice
Celebrate the International Workers Holiday while supporting a radical newspaper—the Freedom Socialist. This award-winning documentary depicts the workingclass crusading journalist, Ida B. Wells, who was a powerful anti-lynching campaigner and a Black suffragette. Her organizing to stop the murder of Blacks in the post-Reconstruction era holds valuable lessons for today’s movement against police violence.Door: a subscription to the Freedom Socialist ($7). Popcorn and snacks served for a donation. Sponsored by the Freedom Socialist six week subscription drive. For info: 415-864-1278, baFSP@earthlink.net
Sunday, May 15, 1:00PM
Bay Area Organizing to Stop Police Violence
Report and Discussion at the monthly meeting of the Freedom Socialist Party.
In May, community action against killings by the police of men of color was turned up to a boil when the 'Frisco Five' went on a 17-day hunger strike to demand the firing of Police Chief Suhr. Thirty three people were arrested for a solidarity demonstration inside City Hall. The demand to fire Suhr has been a main plank of the Justice for Mario Woods Coalition where FSP has worked since January. Come discuss what next for the movement; your ideas for the direction of the fight are welcome.
Home-cooked Brunch served at 12:15pm for an $8 donation The meeting is held at New Valencia Hall, 747 Polk St., San Francisco (at Ellis, near Civic Center, BART/Muni and on #19, 31,47, & 49 Muni bus lines)
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