- Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Hayward Hall of Justice 24405 Amador Street, Hayward, California 94544 – Dept 520.
- What you can do:
Show your support by Phone/fax/email blast Today!
Chase Bank CEO Jamie Dimon: Tel: 1-800-548-7912 or 877-682-4273
Photo: Rob Boudon, Creative CommonsDear friends,
NEW DATE: SATURDAY, JULY 7
BLACK, BROWN, & DOWN: The Encore
A Dragraiser for Causa Justa :: Just Cause // Cruzando Fronteras en Tacones [Crossing Borders in High Heels]
What: Drag Show for Black-Brown Unity
Date: SATURDAY, JULY 7, 2012
Time: 6:00-9:00pm / Show at 7:00pm //21+
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Where: Club 21 - 2111 Franklin Street,
In Oakland waves of people marched as part of International Workers' Day May 1 in a March for Immigrant Rights starting in Fruitvale and winding all the way to downtown Oakland.
We brought our Black and Brown unity into the streets, and our commitment to the rights of immigrants as a key battle that advances racial justice and worker rights.
In an unprecedented move, Wells Fargo locked hundreds of people out of the meeting, filling the seats with their employees and key allies, and refusing access to...
We NEED YOU at our Wells Fargo action tomorrow, Tuesday, February 24 in San Francisco at Justin Herman Plaza, SF.
Join thousands in San Francisco, this coming Tuesday at 10am, to take over the Wells Fargo Shareholder Meeting (#wf24) and turn it in to...
Today, March 8th, on International’s Women’s Day, hundreds of people came out in support of CJJC Oakland Homeowner Clinic Coordinator, Nell Myhand and her partner Synthia Green’s fight with Chase Bank to stay in their home.
Global Women’s Strike, Mujeres Unidas y Activas , POWER, the Domestic Workers Alliance, Boots Riley, Commemoration Committee of the Black Panther Party, Every Mother is...
Join us: STREET THEATER AND PICKET TOMORROW JULY 1 IN FRONT OF WELLS FARGO AT 464 CALIFORNIA STREET IN SAN FRANCISCO!
Wells Fargo: DIVEST FROM PRISONS~
Two major organizations to publicly divest from WB tomorrow
Protests against Prison Industry and anti-immigration links in Solidarity with Georgia,
What: Humanity Teatro/Street Theater and Picket
When: Friday, JULY 1
Where: Wells Fargo/ 464 California Street,
The City of Oakland is facing a $58 million budget deficit. If we aren’t able to close the gap in Oakland’s budget, we may see here in Oakland the trend happening around the country of budgets being balanced on the backs of our communities - cuts across the board to important services that our children, elders and broader communities rely on.
Solidarity Statement and call to action!
Today we stand in solidarity with community and labor groups that are taking to the streets to protest the private prison industry's business model of pushing for harsher immigrant incarceration policies. Such policies drive up prison populations and put added strains on state and federal budgets.
On May 3rd, CJJC along with ACCE, SEIU, PICO and many more ally organizations took to the streets for the big Wells Fargo Shareholder meeting protest. We had a delegation of people inside and hundreds outside demanding that Wells Fargo puts a moratorium on foreclosures, divests from the prison industry and stops the criminal lending practices targeting communities of color as well as pay its fair share of local, state and federal taxes.
Today in LA groups are demanding that Wells Fargo divest its holdings in the GEO Group, a private prison company that runs immigrant detention centers and the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp for the U.S. government.
¡APARTE LA FECHA! Usted está invitad@ a...
BLACK, BROWN, & DOWN: A Dragraiser for Causa Justa :: Just Cause
Cruzando Fronteras en Tacones // Crossing Borders in High Heels
Please join us for a special evening of performances to celebrate Black-Brown Unity with Special Guest D'Lo! All proceeds will go to CJJC's work building solidarity...
ONE WORLD. ONE MOVEMENT. JOIN US
Sunday, May 1 AND Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Stop the Attack on All Working Families
TWO DAYS OF ACTIONS AND RALLIES in SF May 1 & May 3!!
Workers, immigrants and low-income communities demand fair play across the globe! Hundreds of tenants, families, homeowners, immigrants, and workers will gather May 1 AND May 3 for marches and rallies in San Francisco to demand justice.
WHEN: Sunday, MAY 1: MARCH FOR IMMIGRANT RIGHTS
Tuesday MAY 3: WELLS FARGO SHARHOLDER PROTEST
*Sunday May 1: Immigrant Rights are Workers Rights!
11:30 AM assemble at 24th & Mission
12:00 PM March to Civic Center Plaza
March with CJJC’s contingent for this year’s Immigrant Workers' Day March in San Francisco.
No to S-Comm!
No to Arizona copycats!
No to repressive enforcement measures!
Stop Deportations and separation of Families!
We want legalization and Workers Rights for All!
*Tuesday, May 3: Hold Wells Fargo Accountable!
10AM: Oakland residents meet at CJJC’s West Oakland office.
11AM SF residents meet at Justin Herman Plaza (Embarcadero & Market Streets, San Francisco)
12PM March to Shareholders’ Meeting
Millions of families have lost their homes, their jobs and freedom to incarceration, all at the hands of the BIG BANKS! Stand with us to demand that Wells:
Follow local and state tenant protection laws
Stop all illegal evictions, and
Stop investing in private prison corporations like GEO, who detain immigrant communities
Pay for the blight in our communities
Pay property taxes
Modify loans and reduce principles for borrowers in foreclosure
And.. to all those coming out to the May 1 action wear red. On the May 3 action wear white.
Dates to remember! MAY 1: Join us for International Workers Day and
MAY 3: Rally with us at the Wells Fargo Annual Shareholders meeting in downtown SF