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No Love for Cops or Condos Procession
Date Saturday February 14
Time 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location Details
Starts at 16th street Bart Plaza in the Mission, and will process down Mission st and Valencia st to the 24th St Bart Plaza
Event Type Protest
A Procession of Hearts Broken by Stolen Lives and Stolen Homes, and Celebrating Our Enduring Love for the Mission

* Love for the Mission Social -- 2 pm at 16th Street Plaza
* Broken Hearts Procession -- 3 pm @ SF's Mission
* Music at 24th Street Plaza (at end of procession)

The procession will be at slow(ish) pace with multiple stops along the way so that more people can join in. Check twitter for location updates during the procession at #NoCopsNoCondos.

Optional fun: Dress in red, black, and/or pink; bring Valentine's Day treats to share and/or signs, banners, art.

Mark your calendars, share and repost this event, and invite your friends, neighbors, and accomplices.

RSVP at the Facebook page invite link below.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Feb 3rd, 2015 8:45 PM
§No Love for the Cops and Condos Hella Love for the Mission
by s40 Tuesday Feb 10th, 2015 2:17 PM
No Love for the Cops and Condos
Hella Love for the Mission

This Valentine's Day, we demonstrate our love for San Francisco and the Mission District, and our disdain for all that is destroying our beloved home.

We want to address some issues specifically. As a community, we are on the shitty end of an abusive relationship that politicians, developers, and property owners call "progress." In reality we are being exploited for our cultures, while barely able to scrap together our ever increasing rent. Often our only violent "choices" are between measly buyout money or staying to fight a costly eviction in courts that are created to defend property owners' "rights."

Gentrification is degrading our life.

Then to make matters worse, cops are menacing over our kids, shooting our neighbors, and doing so with the same audacious attitude of the rest of capitalism's machinery, insisting, "This is good for you." In the last year SFPD has murdered Alex Nieto, O'Shane Evans, and Mathew Hoffman. It is no coincidence that these three people represent the exact demographics (either black, brown, poor, homeless, and/or struggling with mental health) of those forced out of the city. It's also no coincidence that in the midst of the housing crisis, the county of San Francisco is moving toward building a new jail with more beds.

This procession is about calling out some of our worst abusers while illuminating this parasitic relationship. We don't buy these lies that the cops protect us or [that] the neighborhood is being "improved." We know that we have to support one another in fighting the many assaults aimed at erasing poor people from this neighborhood. Together we can strategize against this many-headed monster that wishes to displace and dispossess us, jail us, or see us dead.

But we also come together to profess our love for this neighborhood and shine a light on all the things still here, including us, that we have to fight for. Let's celebrate how the Mission has long been a refuge for immigrants and queers, people of color and poor folks, street artists and families. We will always celebrate the resiliency of the Mission despite decades of attempts to kick us all out.
§Spanish Flyers
by s40 Tuesday Feb 10th, 2015 2:19 PM
Here's the flyer in spanish too
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Good move. Keep at it...A friend of Nestor Makhno...Wednesday Feb 4th, 2015 2:53 PM
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