Block the Boat, One Year Later
One year ago the Bay Area made history by blocking the largest Israeli shipping line from docking at the port of Oakland. When the entire world was taking to the streets against Israeli Apartheid
Bringing Arabic to SF Schools
The Arab Resource and Organizing Center is excited to be moving forward with bringing Arabic and Vietnamese into SF classrooms.
Thank you to all of our allies who spoke up in support of AROC and
Interview with local community organizer, Sami Kitmitto of the Arab Resource and Organizing Center, who offers an broader understanding of the political landscape in which community organizers like Rasmea are being prosecuted.
Friday, May 1, 2015
Civic Center Plaza
International Workers Day Regional Festival and March
1:30-3:30 Festival @ Civic Center Plaza
3:30 Regional March to 24th and Mission
5:00-5:30 Closing program @ 24th and Mission
I SPEAK ARABIC
LANGUAGE ACCESS IS A RIGHT
San Francisco city celebrates its immigrants and their languages. The city has issued a language access ordinance that demands that all residents of San Francisco city must have equal access to its
SF Anti-war Protest on 12th Anniversary of U.S. Invasion of Iraq
Saturday, March 21, 12noon, Powell & Market Streets
Stop Pres. Obama’s new 3-year AUMF – Authorization for Use of Military Force!
End War and Occupation in the Middle East
The Arab Resource and Organizing Center (AROC) stands in solidarity with all workers struggling for justice and supports the workers of UAW and their divestment resolution, and we call on our allies and community to do the same.
On Friday, November 14th, over 100 people came together for a night of music, food and political discussion and raised $3000 to support Rasmea Odeh’s defense! This came after a week of local efforts where activists in Oakland locked down
Art by Nidal El Khairy
Join AROC, the Pelican 2 Palestine Network & USPCN on Friday for an evening of music, food and conversation to support Rasmea Odeh.
Please spread the word.
Order tickets online:
Occupation, Repression, and