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SF: Tell Israel, Stop the Genocide. End the Siege of Gaza Now!

Friday, December 22, 2023
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Event Type:
Critical Mass
Cynthia Papermaster
Location Details:
Israeli Consulate, 456 Montgomery St. (@Sacramento), San Francisco

Join CODEPINK SF Bay as we demand an end to the siege on Gaza. Action includes: deliver petition to Israeli Consulate demanding Israel ceasefire, stop the genocide, lift the siege; create an altar to the children of Gaza with flowers, candles, and children's shoes; read the names of murdered children; symbolic die-in; rally; picket line; sidewalk chalking; red hand prints; singing; poetry; statements by people with family in Gaza, the West Bank, Israel.

We especially invite people to bring children's shoes, flowers and candles to create an altar for the children of Gaza.

Added to the calendar on Tue, Dec 19, 2023 9:12PM
§CeaseFire in Gaza Now - Protest in San Francisco
by Hank Pellissier
456 Montgomery in the Financial District of San Francisco - Israel Consulate

Code Pink demands CEASEFIRE NOW at the Israel Consulate


12 noon delivery of petition for ceasefire to Israeli Consulate
12:10 picketing, chanting, chalking, red handprints
12: 30 create children's altar, reading of murdered children's names
1:00 die-in
1:15 singing, chalking, red handprints
1:30 wrap-up

please bring flowers and children's shoes for our altar for the children of Gaza*
let us know if you may be able to help read the names of Palestinian murdered children; we want to pronounce the names correctly
do you have family in Gaza or the West Bank, or in Israel? Do you want to read a poem or sing a song? We invite you to speak; text Cynthia (510-365-1500) to be added to the program. No electoral campaigning at this action.

CODEPINK's nonviolent action guidelines are below for everyone's information. If you're new to CODEPINK actions, please read and agree to the guidelines. Let's be safe, effective, and model the world we want to see.

CODEPINK statement of nonviolence

CODEPINK is grounded in the understanding of the power of love and maintains a commitment to nonviolence in all of our actions. We understand that any violation of this commitment to nonviolence—no matter how small—may seriously damage our movement.
We define nonviolence to include the following elements:

We will use no violence, verbal or physical, toward any person.
We will maintain an attitude of openness and respect toward all people we encounter in our actions.
We will not destroy any property.
We will carry no weapons.
We will exercise personal and collective responsibility to ensure all participants adhere to these commitments.
We are 100% volunteer and depend on your participation to sustain our efforts!


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