Thursday, February 15, 2007

Racial and Economic Justice Calendar

Short Calendar Items:

2/15: ACCC and Zawaya present "Out of Place: Memories of Edward Said" 6:30 pm; Arab Community and Cultural Center – 2 Plaza St. San Francisco, CA, 94116

2/21: A Day of Action across the country to stop stop TXU and their dirty financiers; 12:30-1:30; meet at the RAN offices at 221 Pine St and have a (loud) procession down two blocks to Merrill Lynch's corporate offices at 101 California St on the corner of California & Beale

2/20: Woodfin Town Hall Meeting 7-9pm; Emeryville Senior Center, 4321 Salem St., Emeryville, CA

2/21: press conference at 16TH AND MISSION STREETS, 12 NOON, to announce a resolution introduced by Supervisor Chris Daly to the SF Board of Supervisors denouncing the recent immigration raids

2/22: Debate at USF! Is the Pro Israel lobby a dominant factor in determining US Middle East policy? 7pm University of San Francisco, McLaren Conference Center, Room 250, 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco

Yes: Dr. Hatem Bazian, Jeffrey Blankfort
No: As`ad AbuKhalil, aka: "The Angry Arab," Stephen Zunes

2/23: 7:00 PM WHO IS BOZO TEXINO? The Secret History of Hobo and Railworker Graffiti, Film Screening with film-maker, Bill Daniel, AK Press Warehouse / 674A 23rd Street, Oakland, Admission $5 (no one turned away for lack of funds)

2/25: Berkeley Screening "Legacy of Torture" Benefit for the SF 8 Black Panthers & Eric McDavid; Screening "Legacy of Torture" & "Battle of Algiers", 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM; The Long Haul, 3124 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA (@Woolsey St.) $5-up sliding scale (no one turned away)

2/25 – 2/28: Grassroots, Nonviolent Resistance in Palestine, with Mohammed Khatib from Bil'in and Feryal Abu Haikal from Tel Rumeida Bay Area Tour, For more information visit www.norcalism.org


2/26: Report Back from the World Social Forum in Nairobi Kenya, 6:30-9pm
522 Valencia St. in the Mission District, San Francisco

2/27: Televising the Revolution Radical Film Series at El Rio, 3158 Mission St. @ Cesar Chavez, San Francisco, 8pm Showing the film "Occupation 101"; a benefit for Left Turn

3/17-3/18: 12th Annual Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair, March 17; This event is FREE. San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park, near Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way, San Francisco

4/28: sign up now to participate in SFWAR’s Walk Against Rape: see details at the end of the calendar.

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2/15:
ACCC and Zawaya present "Out of Place: Memories of Edward Said"
Thursday, February 15, 6:30 pm
Arab Community and Cultural Center – 2 Plaza St. San Francisco, CA, 94116

"Out of Place" traces the life and work of Edward Said (1935-2003), the Palestinian intellectual who wrote widely on history, literature, music, philosophy and politics. Filmed in Palestine, Lebanon, Egypt and the U.S., Out of Place is a fascinating biographical film on one of the most acclaimed cultural critics of the postwar world.

For more information call (415) 664-2200 ext. 19 or info@zawaya.org
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2/20:
Woodfin Town Hall Meeting
Tuesday, February 20th, 7-9pm
Emeryville Senior Center
4321 Salem St., Emeryville, CA

Six months ago, the housekeepers at the Woodfin Suites demanded their rights under Emeryville's living wage ordinance - Measure C. They were met with intimidation, and mass firings of worker leaders, putting the Woodfin at the local center of the national immigrant rights movement. Thanks you to all of you who walked the picket line, called city council, and sent in donations. Because of your actions workers are temporarily back at work!

However, workers continue to face harassment and disrespect on the job, and are owed over $160,000 in back pay. We need to continue to stand by the workers to improve working conditions at the Woodfin. The court injunction protecting workers' jobs will expire soon, and without community action, workers could again face mass firings.

Please join us for a Town Hall Meeting to:
Celebrate our recent victories
Hear housekeepers' testimony about current working conditions
Learn about the city's plans to investigate worker complaints and issue operating permits to compliant hotels.
Hear from immigration experts about the importance of the Woodfin struggle to the national campaign for comprehensive immigration reform.
Find out how you can be part of one of the most dynamic local movements for worker justice and immigrant rights.

For more information, or to RSVP, please contact Claire Haas at (510)
893-7106, ext. 27 or email chaas@workingeastbay.org.

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2/21

A Day of Action across the country to stop stop TXU and their dirty financiers.
Stop funding dirty coal!

*Please forward far and wide*

When: Wed, February 21st 12:30-1:30

Where: We will meet at the RAN offices at 221 Pine St and have a (loud) procession down two blocks to Merrill Lynch's corporate offices at 101 California St on the corner of California & Beale, just up from the Embarcadero Bart.

What: Billionaires of Coal will convene to show their enthusiastic support for Merrill Lynch's lead funding of TXU's coal-fired power plants, and to spread the message that if coal was good enough for the industrial revolution it's good enough for us now. Some coal (coal dust even better) deliveries to our fine financiers at Merrill Lynch, and maybe even some pretty flyering of the parking garage of 101 California.

Who: Anyone and everyone.

Contact: Nick at Education@ran.org; cell-419-283-2728

On Wednesday February 21st, activists with Rainforest Action Network are holding a day of action across the country to stop TXU and their dirty financiers.

Dallas-based utilities company TXU is proposing to build 11 new pulverized coal-fired power plants in the country's leading carbon polluter, Texas. TXU is seeking $11 billion in financing from the world's largest banks to build its polluting coal power plants. RAN's Global Finance Campaign is making sure that the bankers on Wall Street and around the world know that they should consider TXU a "No Go Project."


We'll be targeting the lead financial arrangers of dirty coal development - telling the banks "Stop Funding TXU's Dirty Energy" and "No New Coal Plants". We can stop Merrill Lynch and others from funding TXU's dirty coal plants and push them to support clean, renewable energy.

In San Francisco, we'll be targeting Merrill Lynch's offices in the financial district. Please come out and join us!!

For more info on the TXU project, check out http://dirtymoney.org/txu/

Thanks, Scott Parkin
Rainforest Action Network
Organizer, Global Finance Campaign
sparkin@ran.org

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2/21:

ICE (Immigration customs Enforcement, formerly known as the INS) has been conducting raids in San Francisco. Please join Deporten A La Migra, Supervisor Chris Daly, and many others at a press conference on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, AT 16TH AND MISSION STREETS, 12 NOON, to announce a resolution introduced by Supervisor Chris Daly to the SF Board of Supervisors denouncing the recent immigration raids, and the week of protest February 26 to March 2 at the Immigration building in San Francisco.

Friends and allies,

Join the various immigrant rights organizations and coalitions to respond to, and resist, the recent immigration raids! No to the proposed guestworker program! Legalization for all! SEE ATTACHED FLYERS.

*WHAT: Week of protest against the raids, against guestworker programs, in support of legalization! Rallies, vigils, marches, etc. are planned! Immigrant communities coming from all over the Bay Area.

--Monday: Opening rally, community of faith.
--Tuesday: Regional Labor Councils, Labor leaders, day laborer centers of Northern California—immigrant rights are worker rights!
--Wednesday: We are families! Teachers, youth and children speak out!
--Thursday: We will not be criminalized!
--Friday: Closing rally, march to Congresswoman Pelosi’s office.

(Please come out as many days as you can, and bring people with you!)

*WHEN: February 26 – March 2; 11-1 everyday that week.

*WHERE: Homeland Security/ICE Building, 630 Sansome St., downtown San Francisco.

For more info, please feel free to call Renee at (415) 553-3404, or St. Peter’s Housing Committee at (415) 487-9203

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2/22: Debate at USF!

Is the Pro Israel lobby a dominant factor in determining US Middle East policy?

Yes:

Dr. Hatem Bazian is a senior lecturer in the Departments of Near Eastern and Ethnic Studies, and an adjunct professor of law at Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley.

Jeffrey Blankfort hosts public affairs programs, Connecting the Dots on KPOO in San Francisco and Takes on the World, on KZYX, the public radio station for Mendocino County. Also a long time observer of the Israel-Palestine conflict and the pro-Israel lobby.

No:

As`ad AbuKhalil, aka: "The Angry Arab," is a professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus.

Stephen Zunes is a professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco and the Middle East editor for Foreign Policy in Focus."

Moderator: Khalil Bendib is a Berkeley-based political cartoonist and commentator as well as a producer and host of KPFA-94.1 FM radio's weekly show Voices of the Middle East and North Africa.

7 PM, February 22, 2007

University of San Francisco, McLaren Conference Center, Room 250, 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco

Admission $20

For advance tickets, mail and make check payable to Global Information Services, 336 Bon Air Center, Suite 441, Greenbrae, CA 94904. Include your email address for your E-Ticket and confirmation. Contact Fred Shepherd at 415-459-8738 or altencon@aol.com. Due to extraordinary interest and limited capacity, advance ticketing
is recommended.

Sponsors: Global Information Services and Alternate Focus

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2/23
Friday, Feb. 23 at 7:00 PM
WHO IS BOZO TEXINO? The Secret History of Hobo and Railworker Graffiti
Film Screening with film-maker, Bill Daniel
AK Press Warehouse / 674A 23rd Street, Oakland, CA 94612
Admission $5 (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Shooting this film over a period of 16 years, Bill Daniel rode freights across the west gathering interviews and clues to the identities of many of the most legendary boxcar artists while discovering a vast underground folkloric practice that has existed for over a century. This spectacular travel adventure, faithfully photographed in realistic black and white film at considerable risk from speeding freight trains and in secret hobo jungles
in the dogged pursuit of the impossibly convoluted and heretofore untold history of the century-old folkloric practice known as hobo and railworker graffiti, will likely amuse and confound you in its sincere attempt to understand and preserve this mysterious art form.

For more information on the film, see:
http://www.akpress.org/2006/items/whoisbozotexinodvd

Also Screening:
BRITTON S. DAKOTA (9 mins.) by Portland-based filmmaker Vanessa Renwick.
Depression-era children are hypnotized by the camera in this re-discovered imagery from 1938.

SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM STORY (7 mins.) by Bill Daniel.
A video about SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM, a brutally honest protest film on
the Vietnam War made by a film student in 1970.

For more info:
AK Press
674 A 23rd Street
Oakland, CA 94612

Phone: (510) 208-1700
Fax: (510) 208-1701
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2/25

Berkeley Benefit for SF 8- 2/25 Screening "Legacy of Torture"
Benefit for the SF 8 Black Panthers & Eric McDavid; Screening "Legacy of Torture" & "Battle of Algiers"
Sunday February 25
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
The Long Haul, 3124 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA (@Woolsey St.)
$5-up sliding scale (no one turned away)

A screening of the new video about the SF 8 Black Panther grand jury resistors/arrestees. (see below for details.) This will be followed by the classic- Battle of Algiers. People will be on hand to answer questions on the SF 8, as well as offer an update Eric McDavid. There will be food, wine, & dessert. All proceeds will be split between the SF 8 & Eric McDAvid. Please show your support!

Legacy of Torture: The War Against The Black Liberation Movement

The same people who tried to kill me in 1973 are the same people who are here today, trying to destroy me. I mean it literally. I mean there were people from the forces of the San Francisco Police Department who participated in harassment, torture and my interrogation in 1973 ... none of these people have ever been brought to trial. None of these people have ever been charged with anything. None of these people have ever been
questioned about that. -- John Bowman, former Black Panther

In 2005 several former members of the Black Panther were held in contempt and jailed for refusing to testify before a San Francisco Grand Jury investigating a police shooting that took place in 1971. The government alleged that Black radical groups were involved in the 34-year old case in which two men armed with shotguns attacked the Ingleside Police Station resulting in the death of a police sergeant and the injuring of a civilian
clerk.

In 1973, thirteen alleged "Black militants" were arrested in New Orleans, purportedly in connection with the San Francisco events. Some of them were tortured for several days by law enforcement authorities, in striking similarity to the horrors visited upon detainees in Guant?namo and Abu Ghraib.

In 1975, a Federal Court in San Francisco threw out all of the evidence obtained in New Orleans.

The two lead San Francisco Police Department investigators from over 30 years ago, along with FBI agents, have re-opened the case. Rather than submit to proceedings they felt were abusive of the law and the Constitution, five men chose to stand in contempt of court and were sent to jail. They were released when the Grand Jury term expired, but have been told by prosecutors that "it isn't over yet."

For more information on their case, visit http://www.cdhrsupport.org
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2/25 – 2/28
Grassroots, Nonviolent Resistance in Palestine
with Mohammed Khatib from Bil'in and Feryal Abu Haikal from Tel Rumeida
Bay Area Tour - February 25th-28th
For more information visit www.norcalism.org

Feryal Abu Haikal and Mohammed Khatib live in communities that are immediately threatened with destruction and expulsion by the Israeli military and settlers. They will speak of their personal experiences mobilizing their communities to nonviolently resist these measures. Largely unreported by the media, thousands of Palestinians and hundreds of Israelis wage a grassroots, nonviolent campaign of resistance to Israel's apartheid system of military occupation and discrimination against Palestinians.

MOHAMMED KHATIB is a leading member of the Bil'in Village Popular Committee Against the Wall and the Secretary of the Bil'in Village Council in the West Bank. He has been a principle organizer of the two-year, creative nonviolent struggle in Bil'in to prevent the construction of Israel's Wall on Bil'in land and to block the expansion of neighboring Israeli settlements

FERYAL ABU HAIKAL recently retired after 11 years as the headmistress at Qurtuba School in the ancient heart of the West Bank city of Hebron. Despite settler attacks on students and staff, the Qurtuba School continues to function, serving as a model of nonviolent resistance to Israeli occupation. A lifelong resident of Tel Rumeida,
Feryal remains in her home with her family despite continual Israeli settler attacks.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 2007, 2-5PM
Where: At the home of Alice and Frank Fried, 742 Palmora Court in Alameda Sponsored by: The Labor Committee for Peace and Justice & The Northern California Support Group for the International Solidarity Movement. Donations will be solicited. Generosity will be honored. For more information: 510.436.6125

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 2007, 2-5PM
Where: At the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin, 240 Channing Way in San Rafael Sponsored by: Dominican Sisters of San Rafael, Peaceworkers, the Peace and Social Concerns Committee of Marin Quakers, and the Social Concerns Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin Suggested donation: $5-7. No one turned away due to lack of funds. This event is wheelchair accessible.
For more information: 415.721.0703

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 2007, 7-9PM
Where: St. Mary's College Soda Center, Orinda Room, 1928 St. Mary's Road in Moraga
Sponsored by: St. Mary's College Department of Politics, the Department of Sociology, the Department of History, and Women's Studies
This event is free and open to the community and is wheel chair accessible.
For more information: plongo@stmarys-ca.edu, 925.631.4140

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH, 2007, 2-4PM
Where: At San Jose State University Student Union, Ohlone Room, 10th St. and San Antonio St. in San Jose Sponsored by: San Jose State University Students for Change, Justice for Palestinians
This event is free and open to the community and is wheel chair accessible.
For more information: studentsforchange@sbcglobal.net, 408.509.0488

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH, 2007, 7-9PM
Where: St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 405 South 10th St. in San Jose
Sponsored by: Northern California ISM, Justice for Palestinians
Suggested donation: $5-10. No one turned away due to lack of funds.
For more information: dbwall@earthlink.net , 408.293.4664 or 408.569.6608

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH, 2007, 7-9PM
Where: 145 Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley in Berkeley
Sponsored by: UC Berkeley Students for Justice in Palestine
This event is free and open to the community and is wheel chair accessible.
For more information: 510.236.4250
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2/26:
Report Back from the World Social Forum in Nairobi Kenya
Monday, February 26th 6:30-9pm
522 Valencia St. in the Mission District, San Francisco

This January over 60,000 social justice activists converged in Kenya for the 2007 World Social Forum. The WSF, initiated in 2001 in Porto Alegre, Brazil, brings together the global justice and solidarity movements in the name of "Another World Is Possible."

The Center for Political Education and Catalyst Project invite you to hear reflections, lessons, and analysis from:

*Teresa Almaguer from PODER (People Organized to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights)
*Clare Bayard from the Catalyst Project
*Colin Rajah from the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
*Alicia Schwartz from POWER (People Organized to Win Employment Rights)

The Center for Political Education and Catalyst Project work to support and build vibrant, powerful left movements for justice.

The Center for Political Education is a resource for political organizations on the left, progressive movements, the working class and people of color. It is anchored by a collective of individuals active in day-to-day struggles in the Bay Area. Our political approach is non-sectarian, democratic, and committed to a critical analysis of local, regional, national and global politics.

Catalyst Project is a center for political education and movement building based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We do anti-racist work in majority white sections of left social movements with the goal of deepening anti-racist commitment in white communities and building multiracial left movements for liberation. We are committed to creating spaces for activists and organizers to collectively develop relevant theory, vision and strategy to build our movements. Catalyst programs prioritize leadership development, supporting grassroots fighting organizations and multiracial alliance building.

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2/27:
The Heads Up Collective presents
Televising the Revolution
a Radical Film Series
at El Rio, 3158 Mission St. @ Cesar Chavez, San Francisco

Tuesday, February 27th 8pm

Showing the film "Occupation 101"

'Occupation 101' is a disturbing, gripping, and important film that presents a comprehensive analysis of the facts and hidden truths surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; and dispels many of its long-perceived myths and misconceptions. The film also details life under Israeli military rule, the United States' role, and sheds light on the major obstacles which stand in the way of a lasting and viable peace. www.occupation101.com/

A Benefit for Left Turn

Left Turn is an international network of activists committed to exposing and fighting the local and global consequences of capitalism and imperialism by amplifying voices of those on the frontlines of radical struggles for social justice and providing resources for strategy-building and reflection through Left Turn magazine,
www.leftturn. org, and face-to-face forums.

Part of an ongoing monthly series showcasing radical films and supporting
local organizing. Films are shown on the patio at El Rio every month.

Event is free, but donations accepted. Space is wheelchair accessible, but
bathrooms are not. 21 and over. For more information, please contact
radfilms@lycos.com
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Robert Quihuis


Intertribal Friendship House
523 International Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94606

February 12, 2007


Dear Friends,

I am writing you this letter because Intertribal Friendship House, IFH, in facing being placed on the auction block in March of this year. IFH is the oldest American Indian Urban community center in this country. IFH started out as a place for American Indians from all over the country to meet and see one another after they were relocated to the Bay Area during the 1940's through the 1960's as a way of having American Indians leave the reservation and assimilate. This effort by the United States government did not work. The American Friends Service Committee was instrumental in working with
the Native community in the Bay Area and were the ones that gave IFH its original home. Over the last 50 years Intertribal Friendship House has continued to provide services to the Native population in the Bay Area. All of the Native agency's in the Bay Area have had its roots at IFH, before spinning off and starting off on their own. IFH
continues to be a place that all Natives are welcome, whether it's a place to sit and have a cup of coffee to find out about the latest community events, attend a celebration or funeral or to have ceremonies. IFH continues to be the heartbeat of the community.
Weekly dance and drumming classes continue to take place, as well as beading classes and community dinners and meetings. We need to have this place continue to be open for our future generations.

Intertribal Friendship House is in need of your financial support. We have the daunting task of raising $30,000 by March 23rd. The money is for current and back taxes. Although the community has a need to keep our house open, we do not have the finances to do so without your help. We are asking for you to send a donation and to send this
letter forward to at least 10 of your friends. If we have 300 people contribute $100 dollars we will have met our goal. We understand if you are unable to contribute this amount, but we will literally take any amount that you are able to give at this time. Please assist us in being able to have a place in the community where our children can
have a place that they are safe and have the ability to learn about their traditions.

Donations can be made to Intertribal Friendship House
523 International Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94606

We are a non-profit organization so all donations tax exempt. 501 (c) 3 C0345166

If you would prefer, you can send your donation to IFH c/o Community
Bank of the Bay, 1750 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612 IFH tax acct # 0160004867
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3/17-18
12th Annual Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair
March 17 (10am-6pm) & March 18 (11am-5pm), 2007
This event is FREE.
San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate
Park, near Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way, San Francisco

http://www.bayareaanarchistbookfair.org for directions
and more information.

The Anarchist Bookfair has been a San Francisco tradition for over a decade, and has become one of the largest annual gatherings of anarchists and radical books in the world. With so much to do and see, the Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair has expanded into two days for 2007.
Over 50 vendors from the bay area and throughout the US will be selling radical books, DVDs, t-shirts, artwork and other items you won’t find anywhere else.
Speakers throughout the day include revolutionary feminist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, poet and author Michelle Tea, Native American activist and historian Ward Churchill, radical love advocate Wendy-o Matik, James Kelman speaking on "Uhmerka: Identity and the Radical Tradition, speaking as a Furrnir," street artist Josh Macphee, award winning filmmaker Saul Landau, and community activists Chris Carlsson, who helped launch Critical Mass, Stephen Dunifer, founder of Free Radio Berkely, and Keith McHenry, co-founder of Food Not Bombs. There will also be panel discussions on issues ranging from
community organizing to radical book publishing.
Last year, during the 11th Annual Anarchist Bookfair in March 2006, over four thousand people–from every walk of life, locals from San Francisco and visitors from around the world–enjoyed good conversation, speakers, art, and of course..books!
The plans for the event also include a cafe, spoken word presentations, kid & family space, free bike valet and an art gallery.
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4/28:

San Francisco Walk Against Rape
A Tribute to Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Saturday, April 28, 2007 10 AM
Start: Justin Herman Plaza
Finish: Mission Dolores Park

Dear Friends!

I am writing to invite you to San Francisco Women Against Rape's
Second Annual Walk Against Rape.

Walk Against Rape 2006 was an amazing success with a walker turnout of over 300 people. We hope this event will grow every year as more folks become involved in San Francisco's primary way of raising awareness around issues of sexual violence. As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Walk Against Rape is a 5 K walk starting at 10 AM at Justin Herman Plaza and culminating in the after Walk event at Mission Dolores Park. In the park there will be a wealth of art and performances, the clothesline project on display, food and drinks, music, community organizations and speakers. It will be a day that you will never forget! It will also be chance for you to meet SFWAR board, staff and volunteers and learn more about the work that you make possible by your support.

Please join the communities of San Francisco to raise awareness around sexual assault and support San Francisco Women Against Rape, the city's only community based rape crisis center. Let's walk together towards a world without rape!

How you can participate in this incredible community event:

1) Register to walk individually or with your friends- Gather your friends together and walk as a team! Set a high collective fundraising goal and motivate each other to reach it. Use the enclosed brochure to ask people to sponsor you. If you need more brochures for friends or family, just call or email Janet Upadhye at janetupadhye@sfwar.org, 415-861-2024.

2) Walk with your co-workers- We encourage you to spread the word at work and enjoy the walk with your co-workers! Represent your company and walk as a team. Ask your employer if they will match the funds you raise for the Walk. The enclosed brochure will help you get started, and don't forget, we will proudly display your team name on our banner!

With registration you will receive a t-shirt and be eligible for prizes. Registration takes place the morning of the Walk. Just bring your sponsorship form and the donations you have collected. Coffee, bagels, and snacks will be provided in the morning during registration. If you would like more information or sponsorship forms, please do not hesitate to contact us at 415-861-2024 or email us at janetupadhye@sfwar.org. We hope
to see you there!


Build Community! End Rape!
Thank you for your time and support,

Janet Upadhye

Development Director
San Francisco Women Against Rape

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