WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28
SF Hep B Free
Attend this kick-off rally for a new hepatitis B ad campaign. The campaign addresses recent federal data confirming that SF has the highest rate of liver cancer in the country, primarily due to the high rate of hepatitis B among Asian Americans. Fiona Ma, Dr. Edward Chow, Ted Fang, and others will be speaking.
5:30 p.m., free
77 Geary, 2nd floor, SF
Workers Memorial Day
Commemorate workers killed on the job and defend injured workers at this protest to reactivate the labor movement, protect the lives and safety of workers in the workplace, and demand healthcare and justice for all.
7 p.m., free
ILWU Local 34
801 2nd St., SF
THURSDAY, APRIL 29
Support SFBG's slate card
Show your support for the Guardian's June 2010 slate of endorsed candidates for the Democratic County Central Committee (DCCC) at this fundraiser featuring live music by the Valerie Orth Band and Lumaya, DJs Smoove and Kramer, a performance by Fou Fou Ha, and more. Although the Guardian is not directly affiliated with this event, proceeds go to a Guardian slate card mailer prepared and distributed by the candidates.
7 p.m., $20$100 suggested donation
2050 Bryant, SF
Oakland teachers strike
Join the picket lines at your Oakland neighborhood public school to protest the district's top-heavy administration, over-reliance on private contracts, and continued cuts to essential programs.
6 a.m. protest at a school near you
11 a.m. march and rally at Frank Ogawa Plaza
14th at Broadway, Oakl.
FRIDAY, APRIL 30
Project Homeless Connect
Celebrate Arbor Day by taking part in the groundbreaking of a new fruit tree orchard at Project Homeless Connect's Growing Home Community Garden, a project that aims to provide an ongoing source of fresh fruit for San Francisco's homeless community.
1 p.m., free
Project Homeless Connect
Octavia between Page and Oak, SF
RSVP to (858) 523-9020 or (510) 601-4211
SATURDAY, MAY 1
International Workers' Day
This march and rally will demand full rights for undocumented workers; money for jobs and education not war and occupation; and no more budget cuts or fee hikes that are just taxes on the poor. Sponsored by the May Day 2010 Coalition and the ANSWER Coalition.
24th St. and Mission, SF
TUESDAY, MAY 4
Find out about job opportunities in accounting, education, management, public safety, customer service, sales, technology, law administration, and more at this job fair featuring resume recommendations and employers ready to hire.
11 a.m., free
1231 Market, SF
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