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Sun Mar 23 2014 (Updated 03/24/14)Protest Inside and Outside Hewlett-Packard Shareholders' Meeting
Sun Mar 23 2014 (Updated 03/24/14)Palestinian Rights Groups Speak Out at HP Shareholders' Meeting
On March 19, a group of more than 60 protesters demonstrated at the Hewlett-Packard shareholders' meeting because of its business dealings with the Israeli military. They said HP is complicit in oppressing Palestine because it makes the technology for the biometric cards that contain large amounts of data on the card carrier. Those cards are used by Israel to segregate and discriminate against Palestinians.
Wed Mar 5 2014 (Updated 03/09/14)Farmers Target Four Sprouts Locations to Save Gill Tract Farm
Wed Mar 5 2014 (Updated 03/09/14)"Boycott Sprouts" Actions Across Bay Area Before Albany City Council Vote
On March 1, urban farmers demonstrated at Sprouts grocery chain locations in Petaluma, Fremont, Sunnyvale, and Mountain View. The farmers oppose plans to develop the Gill Tract. Boycott Sprouts is asking shoppers to patronize other stores until Sprouts backs away from the development deal. On March 5, the Albany City Council approved paving six acres of the Gill Tract. In response to the council's vote, Occupy the Farm has called for a rally on March 12.
Tue Dec 17 2013 (Updated 12/21/13)Demonstrators Say "Low Pay is Not Okay" at Bay Area McDonald's
Tue Dec 17 2013 (Updated 12/21/13)Nationwide Rallies Demand $15 an Hour Minimum Wage for Fast-Food Workers
Lively protests took over McDonald's restaurants in the Bay Area on December 5 as part of a nationwide series of actions organized by Fast Food Forward, a joint effort by community and labor groups. Young workers in Oakland celebrated and danced as much as they protested, and a raucous rally was held in San José. The rallies demanded a $15 an hour minimum wage for fast-food workers.
Tue Oct 15 2013 (Updated 10/16/13)Protesting Monsanto with La Defensa del Maiz San José
Tue Oct 15 2013 (Updated 10/16/13)Groups in San José Warn of Monsanto's Corporate Control of Food
Called organismo modificado genéticamente or organismo transgénico in Spanish, genetically modified organisms (GMO) were the topic of the day on October 12, in conjunction with a global day of action. Members of La Defensa del Maiz San José gathered in front of San Jose City Hall to protest Monsanto's corporate control of food.
Sat Sep 14 2013 (Updated 09/23/13)Californians Vigilant in Opposition to War
Sat Sep 14 2013 (Updated 09/23/13)Emergency Demonstrations Held Across State in Response to U.S. Threat of War with Syria
As the U.S. government marched towards war with Syria in late August, anti-war groups and activists across the state responded with two weeks of emergency demonstrations. The ANSWER Coalition organized a series of protests, and actions were planned for the offices of Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Barbara Boxer. Events were also held at well known anti-war protest locations such as Peace Crossroads in San Jose and on Ocean Street in Santa Cruz.
Wed Aug 14 2013 (Updated 08/21/13)San Jose Justice for Trayvon Martin Demos Continue, More Actions Planned
Wed Aug 14 2013 (Updated 08/21/13)Silicon Valley Community Members Support Larger Movement of Justice for Trayvon Martin
On August 6, San Jose Justice for Trayvon Martin held a rally at San Jose City Hall, followed by a march downtown where the group circled the federal building. San Jose Justice for Trayvon Martin is "a local mass multi-issue campaign made up of San Jose and larger Silicon Valley community members acting in support of the larger Movement of Justice for Trayvon Martin and Marissa Alexander."
Fri Jul 19 2013 (Updated 08/21/13)Trayvon Martin Solidarity Demos Sweep Bay Area
Fri Jul 19 2013 (Updated 08/21/13)Nationwide Call to End Racial Profiling, Prosecute Zimmerman for Civil Rights Violations
Following the acquittal of Trayvon Martin's killer, George Zimmerman, on July 13, hundreds took to the streets in Napa, Oakland, Sacramento, San Francsisco, San Jose, and Santa Cruz. At rallies, candle light vigils, and marches, community members have called for justice for Trayvon and an end to the racial profiling and police abuses that occur on a day-to-day basis across the country. Demonstrations for justice continue locally and nationally.
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