[SFGP] Greenzine: Jill Stein/Francisco Herrera events - call for volunteers

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September 21
SF Green Party Weekly News and Events


    We've made endorsement decisions on all propositions and
candidates for this November's ballot:

    Some upcoming events for our local and national Green Party
candidates are listed below - Jill Stein will be in town for a major
event on Thursday, October 6, along with local Supervisorial candidate
Francisco Herrera!  See details below, and reserve your free ticket

    The Alameda, Contra Costa, and SF Green Parties have all endorsed
the "United for Community Radio" (UCR) team of candidates for the
current KPFA Local Station Board elections.  The election deadline is
fast approaching, so we strongly recommend that you put your ballot in
the mail no later than this coming Friday, Sep 23.  If you're a KPFA
member, visit http://www.unitedforcommunityradio.org for more info.


What:  "Water is Life" anti-DAPL event at SF State
Where:  SF State University (Malcolm X Plaza), 1600 Holloway Ave, SF
When:  Thurs, Sep 22, 7-10 pm

There will be a screening/discussion and donation drive September 22,
2016 (this Thursday) at SFSU Malcolm X Plaza.  We will be giving
knowledge on Standing Rock and expand the conversations on ways we
could help and end the continuous attack on indigenous land.

Outdoor Screening: A GOOD DAY TO DIE (2010) directed by David Mueller,
Lynn Salt.  AIM leader Dennis Banks looks back at his early life and the
rise of the American Indian Movement.

More info:


What:  Watch Party, Jill Stein's Fox Business Town Hall
Where:  Slate Bar, 2925 16th St (near South Van Ness), SF
When:  Fri, Sep 23, 5:30-7:30 pm

Fox Business will host a town hall with Jill Stein on September 23 at
6:00 p.m. PT.  It's time to build a people's movement to end
unemployment and poverty; avert climate catastrophe; build a
sustainable, just economy; and recognize the dignity and human rights
of every person.  The power to create this new world is not in our
hopes; it's not in our dreams, it's in our hands.  Help build the
Green Party, help end two-party duopoly system, help build a third
party!  Movements of the world unite!  We don't have to vote for the
lesser of two evils.  We have a third option.  Help power the movement
by donating directly to Jill Stein's campaign today!

Venue is near BART.  For more info:


What:  Green Party monthly meeting
Where:  Redstone Building, 2940 16th Street #301 (near South Van Ness)
When:  Wed, Sep 28, 7-9 pm

Agenda for this month, so far:

1) Jill Stein campaign updates
2) Francisco Herrera campaign updates
3) Call for volunteers:  we will have sign-up sheets for all
   upcoming events, including the Jill Stein visit and Sunday
   Streets in the Excelsior.  If you can volunteer to help
   the Green Party between now and the election, please come
   by and sign up!

Every 4th Wednesday the SF Green Party meets to discuss issues of
concern, listen to interesting speakers, endorse events, plan outreach
and more!  Everyone welcome. To make a presentation or gain the SFGP
endorsement of events and issues, please contact our SFGP County
Council at: cc at sfgreens.org


What:  Francisco Herrera campaigning
Where:  District 11, various locations
When:  Every day, 4-8 pm, and Thursdays 10 am-noon

Francisco Herrera's campaign for District 11 Supervisor is having
daily events, for which he needs volunteers.  From 4-6 pm every day,
Francisco and his volunteers are holding "office hours" in order to be
more visible in the district.  From 6-8 pm every day (and Thursday
mornings from 10 am-noon), they'll be walking precincts in the Excelsior,
Crocker-Amazon, Ingleside, Oceanview, and Outer Mission neighborhoods.

If you can help, call Francisco at 415-812-9352.


What:  Francisco Herrera fundraiser
Where:  Charlie's Deli Cafe, 3202 Folsom St (at Precita), SF
When:  Sat, Oct 1, 1-3 pm

Join Francisco Herrera's campaign for District 11 Supervisor!
Francisco will be holding a gathering and fundraiser at Charlie's
Deli Cafe, near Precita Park in SF.


What:  Revolutionary Politics, Poetry & Music with Jill Stein
  and Francisco Herrera
Where:  The Chapel, 777 Valencia St, SF
When:  Thurs, Oct 6, 6-10 pm

Join us for an evening of Revolutionary Poetry, Music, and Politics
with Green Party Presidential Candidate, Dr. Jill Stein and Candidate
for SF Board of Supervisors District 11, Francisco Herrera at The
Chapel, 777 Valencia St., SF CA.  Local (and some not-so-local)
luminaries will light up The Chapel stage October 6, 2016 from 6-10pm
(Doors at 5pm).  Both Dr. Jill Stein and Francisco Herrera will speak.

Revolutionary Politics in The Chapel:
Francisco Herrera
Dr. Jill Stein

Poetry in The Chapel:
Revolutionary Poets Brigade and the Juana Briones Cultural Committee -
Jack Hirschmann (Poet Laureate)
Agneta Falk
Dorothy Payne
Alejandro Murgu (Poet Laureate)
Jorge Argueta

Music in The Chapel: 
Brian Belknap 
Old School Kollective (OSK)

More info, and to reserve your free ticket:

And for those who can't get enough of Jill Stein, she's appearing at
another fundraiser in Oakland earlier the same day!  For more details,
visit https://greennewworldevent.com/


What:  Save the Date: Voter Outreach at Sunday Streets
Where:  Excelsior District, location TBA
When:  Sunday, Oct 16, 11-4 pm

We will be doing voter outreach at Sunday Streets for Jill Stein and
Francisco Herrera.  We need volunteers; please email cc at sfgreens.org
if you can join us.  The exact location of our booth is still to be


Paid contractor wanted: SF Green Party Fundraiser/Volunteer Coordinator
(a part time independent contractor (1099) position):



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