United We Stand

Communities across the nation are uniting, organizing, speaking out against threats to working families. From defending civil rights to ensuring healthcare for millions, working people stand united in the fight for justice.

Peoples Climate Movement April 29

Show up for the planet! Show up for the future!

Across the country, workers will march to protect our right to clean air, water and land and healthy communities.

We will gather, rally and march in defense of justice, jobs, peace and planet. Take action for our family, our communities and our planet today and for generations to come.

Lake Merritt Amphitheater in Oakland
April 29, 11 am to 5 pm
For more information, visit: https://peoplesclimatebayarea.org/

May Day – International Workers’ Day Action

Save the date and spread the word!


On International Workers’ Day, we honor the sacrifices workers and immigrants have made in the fight for justice.

Seize this moment in history. Demonstrate the strength of working people standing together. Show that we’re ready to defend worker and immigrant rights against fear and hate and that we have the power to stand up to the threats facing working families and our communities.

By building a mass movement in the streets that unites all of our struggles, we can win our fight for justice and dignity.

East Bay
May 1: Meet at Fruitvale Plaza at 3 p.m.
March to San Antonio Park

San Francisco
May 1: Meet at Justin Herman Plaza at 11 a.m.
(Embarcadero Center, Market Street and Steuart Street)
March to Civic Center

Santa Rosa
April 29: Meet at Roseland Plaza at 1 p.m.
675 Sebastopol Road, by the Dollar Tree
March to City Hall and on to Courthouse Square

May 1: Rally, March, and Speak Out at 11 am
Bertolini Quad at Santa Rosa Junior College


Microsoft Word - Housing Now April Events.doc


2017 Campaign – Going on offense Against Corporate Landlords and Speculators

Rents are skyrocketing, evictions are on the rise, and there are still far too may foreclosures. Many people are forced to choose between shelter or food. In many of our cities, we are seeing devastating displacement, particularly of low- and moderate-income African Americans and Latinos, women and families with children, who are being priced out and pushed out of their communities.

Putting State Legislators on Defense – Housing Justice Day in the Capitol

April 24, 2017

For more info: Joe Delgado, jdelgado@calorganize.org or 310-704-9312

Download the flyer


While a plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act—most commonly known as Obamacare—has been introduced, there has been no plan introduced to replace it. An ACA repeal would take away health coverage from 24 million workers nationwide, 6 million in California alone. Not only that, but people with pre-existing conditions are at risk of not being able to get life-saving treatment, and young adults up to 26 years old won’t be eligible.

Visit www.fight4ourhealth.org to learn more
Follow developments on Facebook and Twitter with #fight4ourhealth #carenotchaos #wheresyourplan


All people in the U.S., regardless of immigration status or citizenship, have rights under the Constitution and other laws. Common-sense immigration programs are under attack, and thousands of California residents are being targeted with community raids. Families are being torn apart, while immigrants with no criminal record are being detained.

Learn more about the laws that protect you and your loved ones. Know your rights!

Visit iAmerica.org/know-your-rights (resources available in English, Spanish, Polish, Korean, Tagalog, Chinese, Vietnamese, Khmer, Hindi and Haitian Creole)

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