ACTION ALERT : SFUSD is not allowing Arab youth programming in schools!
Mobilize to Board of Education Meeting on May 8th
Stand up against racist attacks and support San Francisco Arab youth.
As many of you know, the Arab
WE CAN END URBAN SHIELD ON MARCH 27TH!
All Out to Stop Militarized Policing in the Bay Area!
Rally & Press Conference to Urge Vote to DEFUND Urban ShieldWhere:Alameda County Admin Building
1221 Oak St, 5th FloorOakland, CA
Action Alert – Call Berkeley City Council Today, Demand a Re-Vote on Urban Shield!
The Stop Urban Shield coalition is proud of the unity and resilience displayed by all those in attendance at last night’s hearing in Berkeley. We need
Stand up against racist attacks. Support AROC’s programming in SF Schools.
Contact the SF Board of Education today!
As many of you know, the Arab Resource and Organizing Center is honored to be the only community-based Arab organization
On Tuesday January 10, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors will decide whether or not to allow the county Sheriff to receive funding for the Urban Shield police war games and weapons expo.
Tell Alameda County Board of Supervisors: No
Join the Rasmea Defense Committee on Wednesday, January 27, 2016, in support of immigrant rights leader and Arab community organizer, Rasmea Odeh. In October, Rasmea’s legal team filed an appeal of her unjust conviction for Unlawful Procurement of Naturalization.
On January 18th, 2016, at Oscar Grant Plaza, more than 2,500 people attended the opening rally to reclaim MLK’s radical legacy to stand against capitalism, imperialism, racism, and policing. The march started at Oscar Grant Plaza and ended at the
San Francisco, December 18, 2015 – over 150 people from the Arab and Muslim community and allies participated in a press conference to demand an end to the systemic racism and Islamophobia taking place in streets and in
Stop Urban Shield 2015!
WHAT IS THE STOP URBAN SHIELD COALITION?
Stop Urban Shield is a broad coalition of grassroots community and social justice organizations primarily based in the Bay Area but with partnering community groups across the nation who