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George Floyd Solidarity Protest in San Francisco

Wednesday, June 03, 2020
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Event Type:
SF student-led
Location Details:
Mission High School
3750 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94114

San Francisco Solidarity March from Mission High to Mission Police Department

6' apart — bring masks


Added to the calendar on Fri, May 29, 2020 5:31PM

Comments (Hide Comments)
by Mouse
Hello! Glad you posted this, but just FYI: if you meant to suggest that people stay 6 feet apart, the correct abbreviation would be 6’ not 6”.

It’s easy to remember this if you think of “feet” as having one syllable, so use the symbol with just one mark, and “inches” has two syllables, so use the symbol that has two.

Anyway, good luck! I hope we can make it through this without too much damage. :/
by Ali
Is there a Facebook event page for this march? Or something shareable?
by Bt Jr
I'd like to know who the organizers are, to make sure this is still happening AND that it is a peaceful protest.
by JC
Hi There,

I would like to contact the organizers. I have some ideas such as laying in the streets for 9 minutes. More importantly I want to be sure that this is a credible protest and not just some far right tactics to get a group together to cause mayhem. I have concerns as generally SF students would be followed with a school student union etc. Please respond with information. Thank you.
by Justin
I have seen a very experienced activist post on social media that the organizers for this event are No Justice No Peace SF. I'm still looking for more info about it too.
by End racism Now
Per their Twitter post, DSA San Francisco has endorsed the event. so maybe they know who the sponsors are (and how to reach them). See:
"Additionally, Black Oakland youth have made a call out for a demonstration Monday at 4pm beginning at Oakland Tech, and on June 3rd, there is a 4pm demonstration planned at Mission High in San Francisco. Please share these suggestions with our young people and show up to provide mutual aid for them, as well."
by Chris
Who are the organizers of this protest?
Any successful protest has demands, what are theirs?
Is there contact information for their organization or leadership?
by Ate ni Melton
Everyday there is a small protest at City Hall. So this one at Mission is separate? Also, will there be a march towards city hall from the Mission? I think there should be. As a show of force.
by Justin
"It's youth and student led and all kinds of bay area groups are joining. it is in daylight hours and in a public place."

Event post from Facebook:

Labor Contingent 4 Black Lives at Mission High March

Black and brown communities are under attack by racist policing and are suffering disproportionate health and economic impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic. As we move into a recession and budget shortfalls, we must resist austerity measures and fight for real solutions - divest from policing and invest in healthcare, education and housing for our communities. Now is the moment for labor movement to stand with black youth-led movements rising up for justice - join us!

Labor Contingent 4 Black Lives @ Mission High March
Wed, June 3rd
Meet @ corner of park, 18th St & Dolores, SF

Join us in supporting a black youth-led rally and march from Mission High to the Mission Police Station demanding justice for George Floyd and an end to racist police violence.

Support the Movement 4 Black Lives week of action June 1st - June 7th. Participate no matter what your risk level - from social media to the streets:

Esta es una semana de dolor, ira y acción. Como trabajadores, sindicatos y comunidad, es muy importunate que participamos para apoyar el movimiento de las vidas negra importantan.

Únase al contingente de Trabajos con Justicia para marchar juntos.
Miércoles, 3:30pm 18th y Dolores. 4pm Mission High en SF marcha a la estación de policía de Mission

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