Broad Base of Community Organizations Endorse “No Hate in the Bay” Community March

What:

March and festival of resistance celebrating Black, Muslim, immigrant, people of color, queer, transgender, disabled, and interfaith communities

When:   Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

              12 noon-6pm 

Who:     Endorsed by a growing list of organizations representing communities targeted by white supremacy and hate violence. Including Anti Police-Terror Project, Jewish Voice for Peace, Showing Up for Racial Justice, Arab Resource and Organizing Center, and many others.

Where: 63rd St and Adeline, Berkeley CA

Press Contact:

Lily Fahsi-Haskell, 510-764-3563 (leave message for response), nofascisminberkeley@gmail.com

Read more
Add your reaction Share

The People United Shut Down Fascist Violence in Berkeley This Weekend

For immediate release
Sunday August 27th, 2017

What: Press Conference
When: Monday August 28, 8:30 am
Where: Berkeley City Hall (2180 Milvia Street)
Contact: 510-561-8919 

The People United Shut Down Fascist Violence in Berkeley This Weekend

Thousands of people turned out in downtown Berkeley on Sunday and successfully prevented white supremacists from gathering to commit the kind of violence we witnessed in Charlottesville two weeks ago.

Organizers will hold a press conference Monday at 8:30am at Berkeley City Hall to discuss what happened and upcoming resistance to white supremacist gatherings in Berkeley.

Read more
Add your reaction Share

Racial justice leaders demand Berkeley ban fascist rallies

For Immediate Release
Thursday August 24, 2017

Racial justice leaders demand Berkeley ban fascist rallies

Community leaders unite to call for organized resistance

East Bay racial justice organizers convened an emergency press conference at Berkeley City Hall  today to expose Berkeley authorities’ flawed approach to addressing the white nationalists who intend to descend on the Bay Area this weekend. They also called for a rally to raise a united front of resistance to the purveyors of racist violence in the Bay Area and across the country.

Read more
Add your reaction Share