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Tue Aug 15 2017 (Updated 08/21/17)Charlottesville, We Got Your Back
Tue Aug 15 2017 (Updated 08/21/17)Solidarity Across the Country After Nazis Murder & Attack Anti-Fascists in Charlottesville
After a fascist mob attacked a small group of UVA student counter-protesters the night before, the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia turned deadly on August 12 when nazi enthusiast James Alex Fields of Ohio deliberately sped his car into a crowd of antifa, killing thirty-two year old anti-racism activist and Charlottesville native Heather Heyer. Nineteen others were injured in the attack, some critically. Within hours, solidarity demonstrations and vigils sprang up across the country. In Northern California, San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Cruz, Monterery, and other cities gathered to show support for the anti-fascist resistance in Charlottesville.
Mon May 22 2017The Highway Murderers Are A Neo-Nazi Band From Santa Cruz
The Highway Murderers are a crypto-fascist rock band from Santa Cruz. Since their formation in 2002, they have constantly been subject to criticism and resistance from the northern California music community for their violent, misogynistic, and racist behavior. The band is generally good at masking their white power and fascist symbols and aesthetics behind the violent imagery that permeates in contemporary metal music scenes. Despite this, members have slipped up and revealed their true colors with social media posts that expose their neo-nazi leanings. The Highway Murderers are scheduled to perform on Saturday, May 27 in San José.
Wed Apr 26 2017 (Updated 05/01/17)Shut It Down May 1st: Respect Our Humanity
Wed Apr 26 2017 (Updated 05/01/17)International Workers' Day Marches and Strikes in Northern California
Oakland Sin Fronteras writes: International Workers' Day has been a time to uplift the struggles, honor the sacrifices, and celebrate the triumphs of working people across the world. As we stand on Ohlone Indigenous land this May 1st, we march in celebration and in resistance, and in solidarity with working people across all borders, to continue the historic struggle against economic and social inequity. With a Trump administration in power, a rising fascist tendency, and growing economic and political oppression of people everywhere, this May Day we march in the spirit of organizing and defending our communities from state violence and capitalist exploitation, and toward liberation and self-determination.
Mon Mar 27 2017 (Updated 03/28/17)Killer of Alan Blueford, "Timebomb" Cop Miguel Masso Strikes Again
Mon Mar 27 2017 (Updated 03/28/17)After Being Arrested by Miguel Masso, Hollister Man Feels He Barely Escaped with His Life
Miguel Masso was hired by the Oakland Police after leaving his job in New York City in 2007 in the wake of a torture lawsuit. After killing Alan Blueford in 2012, Masso resigned from the Oakland Police Department in late spring of 2014 in the aftermath of the lawsuit brought by the Blueford family against the City of Oakland. He quickly found another job with the Hollister Police Department in August of 2014. Now, after being pulled over by Masso on January 27, 2017, Hollister resident Earl Malanado was physically and verbally abused by Masso. Malanado believes he barely escaped with his life.
Sun Jan 22 2017 (Updated 01/29/17)Millions of Women Take a Stand Against Trump the Day After Inauguration
Sun Jan 22 2017 (Updated 01/29/17)Women's Marches Across US and Worldwide Represent Largest Demonstrations in Recent Memory
On January 21, one day after Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, women and allies in cities across the U.S. and countries throughout the world marched in protest in record numbers. In Washington, D.C., where the original Women's March was called, around 500,000 attended, far more than had come for the Trump inauguration itself. In Los Angeles, some estimates set the number present at nearly 750,000. Some of the largest marches in Northern California were in Oakland, San José, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Santa Cruz.
Sun Dec 18 2016 (Updated 01/29/17)Mobilization Against the Coronation of Trump
Sun Dec 18 2016 (Updated 01/29/17)#DisruptJ20: Nationwide and Bay Area Call-outs for General Strike Against Trump
A large coalition, including CrimethInc. Workers’ Collective, is calling for a bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump. In addition to Washington D.C., protests will also be held in Oakland, San Francisco, San José, Palo Alto, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and communities throughout the so-called United States. A widely circulated call to action states, "On Friday, January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as President of the United States. We call on all people of good conscience to join in disrupting the ceremonies."
Sat Nov 19 2016 (Updated 11/20/16)Renter Control Ballot Measures Pass in Oakland, Richmond, and Mountain View
Sat Nov 19 2016 (Updated 11/20/16)Renters Win in Three Cities, But Measures in Burlingame, San Mateo and Alameda Do Not Pass
Tenants in the cities of Oakland, Richmond, and Mountain View are celebrating rent control victories. Tens of thousands of renters will have new protections from greedy landlords, realtors and speculators around the Bay Area. The renter protection ballot measure in Oakland, known as Measure JJ, was voted into law with 74% of the vote. In Richmond, after a long hard struggle, 64% of voters passed rent control and just cause eviction protections into law with the passage of Measure L. In a victory for Mountain View over corporate interests, the grassroots renter protection measure known as Measure V was passed with 53% of the vote.
Mon Nov 14 2016 (Updated 11/29/16)We've Got a Bigger Problem Now
Mon Nov 14 2016 (Updated 11/29/16)With Election of Trump as Next US President, Cities Across the Country Rise Up in Protest
The first anti-Trump protests began almost immediately, shortly after election results were announced. By the evening of November 9, protesters poured into the streets across the country. The Northern California cities of Berkeley, Oakland, San Francisco, Palo Alto, San José, Santa Cruz, Salinas, Hollister, Santa Rosa, and Fresno have stood up against Trump, the rallying cries being "Not My President" and "Fuck Trump!" Demonstrations continue on a daily or near-daily basis all over. There is no end in sight. Calls have gone out to disrupt inaugural events on January 20 and for a Women's March on Washington on January 21.
Mon Nov 7 2016 (Updated 11/16/16)Long National Nightmare of the 2016 Election Is Almost Over
Mon Nov 7 2016 (Updated 11/16/16)On the Ballot: President, Congress, 17 State Propositions, Local Measures & Officeholders
UPDATE: ...And a new four-year nightmare is about to begin. Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States. For coverage of the first anti-Trump protests across Northern California, see We've Got a Bigger Problem Now.
Considering the campaign for president currently lasts nearly two years, made worse by the two major political parties selecting nominees with the highest unfavorable ratings ever for presidential candidates, most of the country is ready for the election to be over already. While Indybay has not received reports on everything and everyone up for a vote in every Northern California district on Tuesday, November 8, those who've chosen to publish their reports and recommendations have covered a variety of the issues at stake. See what they have to say.
Fri Aug 19 2016 (Updated 09/11/16)The Struggle Against the Police Militarization of Urban Shield & Bulletproof Warrior
Fri Aug 19 2016 (Updated 09/11/16)Bulletproof "Shoot First, Ask Questions Later" Training Relocated to San Jose Church
UPDATE 9/9: In the early morning, protesters locked down across the entrance of the Alameda Fairgrounds, preventing passage into the Urban Shield expo. Twenty-three people were arrested.
In July, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office withdrew its sponsorship of a "Bulletproof" street survival training course for law enforcement officers after community activists questioned whether the former "Bulletproof Warrior" class should be offered by the department. Urban Shield, the controversial police militarization exposition and training, is scheduled for September 8 in Pleasanton. The Stop Urban Shield Coalition is calling for a mass demonstration on September 9.
Tue Jul 26 2016Killer Cop Training — Coming Soon to the Bay Area
Jeronimo Yanez, the officer who shot Philando Castile in his car in Minnesota, took a training course called "The Bulletproof Warrior" less than two years ago. The evidence suggests that this course, and courses similar to it, offered by a private company called Calibre Press, are even worse than Urban Shield — the organized para-military and terror response training put on for police by the Alameda Sheriff's Department. The course Yanez took is now called "BulletProof" and it's coming to San Jose this August 17 and 18.
Tue Jul 12 2016 (Updated 07/18/16)New Wave of Black Lives Matter Protests Nationwide
Tue Jul 12 2016 (Updated 07/18/16)Police Murders of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile in Two Days Stir Renewed Resistance
The back to back caught-on-video police murders of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge on July 5 and Philando Castile in St. Paul on July 6 kicked off a new wave of Black Lives Matter protests across the country. The people of Baton Rouge and St. Paul have been protesting daily since the killings. Solidarity actions have been held in cities across the country and internationally. Communities have staged rallies, marches, and vigils across Northern California as well. Multiple demonstrations have been held in Oakland, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, San Jose, and Watsonville.
7:30PM Wednesday Aug 23 Town Hall: Congressman Ro Khanna (District 17)
3PM Saturday Aug 26 Reclaiming the True Legacy of Labor Day
6PM Saturday Aug 26 Silicon Valley Pride Festival
8:30AM Sunday Aug 27 Silicon Valley Pride Parade
Solidarity in San José with Millions for Prisoners March in DC Monday Aug 21st 2:36 PM
Millions for Prisoners Human Rights, San Jose (1 comment) Friday Jul 28th 2:01 PM
Legislature Advances Bill To Stop Secret Surveillance In California Thursday Jun 29th 2:41 PM
Ban the Bomb Rally Santa Clara/San Jose Wednesday Jun 14th 11:48 PM
Unity Rally - Stand Against Hate (1 comment) Wednesday Jun 7th 6:28 PM
Stop Santa Cruz Neo-Nazi Band the Highway Murderers from Performing in San Jose (3 comments) Saturday May 20th 11:43 AM
California Apartment Association suspends legal challenges against Richmond rent control Saturday May 6th 9:56 PMMore Local News...
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Corrupt SEIU Pres Mary Kay Henry Puts Bully Martin Manteca and Blue In Charge Of SEIU Nev Monday Aug 14th 4:17 PM
Ferguson police killing of Michael Brown & invations of Afghanistan: variations on a theme Wednesday Jul 20th 9:54 AM
Apple's social plan to beat Facebook Wednesday Feb 17th 3:32 PM
When Presidents Commit War Crimes, Justice Is The Final Victim (1 comment) Wednesday Feb 3rd 3:48 PM
Motion made in federal court to dismiss charges against Rasmea Odeh Thursday Aug 28th 3:25 PM
Apple, the State and Social Rights Monday May 12th 6:01 AM
“Markets are a Terrible Master,” Says President Rafael Correa of Ecuador Tuesday Apr 29th 11:44 AMMore Global News...
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Press Release: Cast Announced for THE TOXIC AVENGER Musical at San Jose Stage Tuesday May 23rd 6:15 PM
World Premiere of Donal O'Kelly's The Memory Stick Thursday Mar 16th 3:25 PM
Ryan Zinke approved by 16 Democrats as Interior Secty Wednesday Mar 1st 8:55 PM
KKK, other hate groups showing up in Bay Area (1 comment) Tuesday Feb 28th 9:51 PM
Comic: Liberal Reasoning Monday Feb 6th 9:52 PM
The Black Lives Matter Movement Needs to Embrace Civil Disobedience (1 comment) Sunday Jul 10th 11:28 PM
Negro's Columbus Day / Indigenous Peoples Day Cartoon Monday Oct 12th 10:14 AMOpen Newswire...
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