San Francisco

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.)

Phone: 415-864-1278.

Public Hours
Monday through Friday, 1:00-5:00pm. Or call for an appointment!

San Francisco Statements and News
Freedom Socialist Party Recommendations for November 4, 2014 San Francisco & CA State Election
Keep CCSF Public, Accredited and Open!

Wednesdays, April 15 & 29, May 6 & 20 and June 10, 7:00-­8:30 PM

Logic of Marxism Discussion Circle

Do you want to understand the world and change it, too? There's a logical way to do it! Marx revolutionized thinking by developing the method of dialectical materialism, which explains the world by analyzing objective, material reality using dialectics, the science of change. Discuss these thrilling ideas chronicled in George Novack's book and how they apply today.

All gatherings are at New Valencia Hall. Books available to purchase

Thursdays, April 23, April 30, May 7, 5:00 PM

Get radical with Rebel Voices of SF State! Socialist feminist strategies for systemic change

All are invited to a refreshingly radical and open weekly conversation about ideas and current events from an anti-capitalist viewpoint that values the leadership of women, especially women of color.

April 23 – How Do We Stop The Epidemic of Campus Rapes?
April 30 - How and Why Is Education at SFSU and elsewhere Being Privatized?
May 7 – Why Will It Take Radical Change To End Oppression of the Marginalized?

Thursdays at 5:00pm Meet at Peet’s in Main Campus Library at SFSU

Sponsored by : Rebel Voices at SF State,
Twitter (@RebelVoices)
With Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party

Sunday, May 17, 1:00 PM

End Racism and Police Terror — Discussion at the monthly FSP meeting

From Oakland to Baltimore, police harassment and murder of poor Black, Brown and Native American women, men and transgenders is an epidemic. What will it take to bring justice for Freddie Gray, Oscar Grant, Mya Hall, Alex Nieto, Michael Brown and all those killed? How do we end the structural racism and brutality that warps the lives of the poor? Join a candid discussion that ranges from calling for civilian review boards over the police to replacing the whole rotten U.S. system. Everyone welcome.

Sunday, May 17, at 1:00pm. A home-cooked brunch is served at 12:15pm for an $8 donation. For more information call 415-864-1278, or email