WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30
Transport Workers Solidarity Committee hosts a press conference to highlight Muni operators who have recently been fired. The group claims SF politicians, the MTA, and the current Transit Workers Union Local 250A leaders are culpable in unfair and unjustified dismissals. TWSC — with support from the NAACP and United Public Workers for Action — says it hopes to spur the TWU to speak out against unfair contracts and bosses.
11 a.m., free
San Francisco Chronicle 5th & Mission, SF
Occupy Santa Cruz is taking opposition to the 1 percent a step further. Congregate and picket in front of corporate banks in downtown Santa Cruz to show contempt for unfair capitalistic practices. A march toward the foreclosed homes in Santa Cruz will protest against banks and highlight how many properties are left empty and unused despite many citizens who struggle to find affordable shelter.
2-6 p.m., free
Meet at the Courthouse on Water Street March to banks at *:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, DEC. 3
OccupySF Housing, a coalition comprised of the Housing Rights Committee, OccupySF, Asian Law Caucus, San Francisco Tenants Union, Eviction Defense Collaborative, Tenants Together, and other groups leads a protest to protect San Franciscans from predatory banks and landlords who degrade the 99 percent's access to affordable housing. The protest will highlight equity loans designed to turn a fast profit at the expense of homeowners and illegal evictions financed by big banks and their role in contributing to the city's affordable housing crisis. Delegations from four of the most affected SF neighborhoods will converge on the banks most responsible for foreclosures in the city.
11 am, 3rd and Palou (Bayview)
Noon, Market and Castro (Castro)
1 p.m., Mission and *4th (The Mission)
1 p.m., Civic Center (Tenderloin)
March will end @ 3 p.m. in Justin Herman Plaza
Contact Amitai Heller at 415-971-9664
SUNDAY, DEC. 4
Occupy Oakland ensures that the 99 percent can protect itself. Girl Army spearheads community development as a self-defense collective, run through Suigetsukan Dojo, a nonprofit martial arts school in Oakland. Women and queer people are especially welcome, but the class is also geared toward those who are occupying foreclosed homes and camping in protest of the 1 percent.
1-2:30 p.m., free
Oscar Grant Park/Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland
Meet at North Plaza near the flower shop
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