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Our Stop the Wars Committee Joins ANSWER Coalition’s Protest: AGAIN, Out of Iraq!

On Saturday, June 21, we joined our member ANSWER Coalition’s rally and march through downtown San Francisco’s shopping district from Market Street, up Powell and around Union Square to say: No More War in Iraq!   Money for Jobs, Health and Education! Not for War and Devastation! and other chants against this latest effort to involve […]

Civil Liberties Committee: We Visit and Rally at Senator Feinstein’s Office

Civil Liberties Committee: We Visit and Rally at Senator Feinstein’s Office

On June 5, members of our CLC (Civil Liberties Committee) visited with Senator Feinstein’s office staff to request that the Senator support amendments to strengthen the Senate version of the “Freedom Act.” We held a press conference and ABC-7 TV, KPFA, KQED radio covered our rally where speakers reported on this event, and Mike Rufo […]

SF DAY WE FIGHT BACK!

SF DAY WE FIGHT BACK: Schedule  Join us (US being groups working to protect our Constitutional Rights to free speech and privacy) at this important event, first step in fighting back against NSA mass surveillance!  Invite your friends to the fb event: https://www.facebook.com/events/614121478661276/ When:  Today:  February 11, 2014 at 5:30 pm Where:  611 Folsom Street, […]

SUCCESS: California’s Governor Brown signs AB351!

CONGRATULATIONS to all, especially our SF 99% Coalition Civil Liberties Committee, who called, emailed, faxed and appeared before legislative committees in Sacramento, to support this legislation targeting the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which bars state cooperation with any attempt by the federal government to indefinitely detain people.   On October 2, 2013.  Governor Brown signed […]

Federal Court Hearing on NSA Surveillance

  Friday, Sept 27 in SF Federal District Court This Friday, the San Francisco Federal District Court will hear important arguments in the leading lawsuit against government dragnet surveillance of Americans since 9/11, Jewel v. NSA. The government’s claims of state secrets and privilege have failed to get the case dismissed entirely, and are still […]

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