Counter-Protests Planned for the Bay Area

Late Afternoon on Friday, August 25th the Patriot Prayer rally scheduled for Chrissy Field in SF and the No To Marxism rally in Berkeley were called off by the organizers. It is not clear at this point what this means. Please check with the organizers for the latest status of events below.

 


Saturday, August 26th

Stand Up Against Hate at Alamo Square
UPDATE: Meeting at near Alamo Square Park (at Steiner St. at Hayes St.) and marching together at 11:00 AM. SF Gate says SF Police have closed the park to the public.

Organizers are the longshore workers’ union (ILWU) and SF community groups.

Saturday, August 26th
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM March Against Hate to Crissy Field
Marina Green, San Francisco

Saturday, August 26th
10:00 AM – Counter Rally Against Hate
Fresno

Saturday, August 26th
11:00 AM – Resist. Strength in Numbers
Crissy Field, San Francisco

Saturday, August 26th
12 PM – 5 PM – Peace, Love and Understanding
Hosted by Michael Franti and Spearhead
Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco

Saturday, August 26th
12:00 Noon – Come Together – Juanita More
Speeches – Music – Art – No Politicians – Grass Roots
Harvey Milk Plaza, San Francisco

Saturday, August 26th
1:00 PM – Bay Resistance Brigade Paddle Out
San Francisco Bay

Saturday, August 26th
1:00 PM – No Hate in San Francisco
Crissy Field, San Francisco

Saturday, August 26th
2:00 PM – Calling All Clowns: Fascism is no laughing matter
Crissy Field, San Francisco

Saturday, August 26th
3:00 PM – Interfaith Secular Gathering to Affirm Solidarity
Berkeley

 

Sunday, August 27th
10AM – 12PM
Playdate, teach-in, and discussion space
About sanctuary homes and anti-racist action.
Frog Park 5353 Miles Ave.
Oakland

Sunday, August 27th
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Bay Area Rally Against Hate and National Weekend of Solidarity
Crescent Law, UC Berkeley, near Addison & Oxford Streets
Berkeley

Sunday, August 27th
11:00 AM –
SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice), Bay Area chapter
Ohlone Park – Meet at Hearst and Martin Luther King Blvd and march to Berkeley City Hall

Sunday, August 27th
3PM – 5PM – Anti-Racist Storytime
1367 Valencia St., SF. Hosted by Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) San Francisco

Sunday, August 27th
Respect Berkeley’s #PledgeAgainst H8 campaign

Sunday August 27 (Berkeley)
10:00 AM – All Out Against Trump
Civic Center Park, Berkeley

Sunday August 27th
11:00 AM –  Attention All Anti-Racists – Nazis Are Coming
Ohlone Park, Berkeley

Sunday August 27th
12:00 Noon – Protest the White Supremacist Rally: Communities Against Racism & Fascism
Civic Center Park, Berkeley

 

  • fishead

    people make the mistake of glorifying boston when in charlottesville there were loads of automatic weapons and body armor. this fact is what kept law enforcement at bay. shut it down is what happened to hitler but too late and these people should be shut down. aain, charlootescille was a fully armed meeting that was rubber stamped by the ACLU

  • MPetrelis

    Anti-Hate Digital Light Vigil Friday Nite at Crissy Field

    As members of Gays Without Borders we are announcing that the National Park Service has granted us a permit for an electronic-only “candlelight” vigil on Friday, August 25, at 7 pm, and speak out at Crissy Field.

    The Golden Gate National Recreational Area managers explained their decision in an email:
    “We can issue your permit for the East Beach portion of Crissy Field, west of the restrooms, with easy access to parking, and if the fog cooperates, a view of the airfield and the Golden Gate Bridge.

    “We cannot allow open flames near the highly flammable eucalyptus trees however, so real candles won’t be allowed, but battery operated candles, flashlights, cell phone flashlights, cell phone apps that look like candles, glow sticks, anything that lights up but isn’t fire is ok.”

    Our grassroots community gathering is designed to preemptively use this public land the night before a hate rally at the same location, show solidarity with all who oppose the Trump agenda, and use our digital devices as sources of love and light.

    Please join us on Friday, leave the candles at home but bring your cells and tablets and cameras and any electronic light.

    Gays Without Borders is an organization committed to protecting the human rights of LGBTQI folks everywhere.

    Contacts:
    Melanie Nathan
    [email protected]

    Michael Petrelis
    1-415-621-6267

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