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Saturday, April 1

The Presidio’s Role In WWII Japanese American Incarceration | The Presidio
Saturday, April 1 – 10:00 am | Cost: FREE | Presidio Officers' Club
The Presidio's Role In WWII Japanese American Incarceration | The Presidio
During World War II, the Presidio of San Francisco – the Army’s Western Defense Command – played a pivotal role in the unjust incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans, purportedly in the name of national security. This special exhibition marks 75 years since Lieutenant General John ...
Human Billboard: Black Lives Matter | Oakland
Saturday, April 1 – 12:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free but an RSVP is recommended.
| Rockridge BART
Human Billboard: Black Lives Matter | Oakland
They invite you, rain or shine, to call attention to racial injustice and demonstrate solidarity. Throughout the East Bay and nationally, folks have been gathering on prominent street corners and freeway overpasses, holding signs and making visible our support for the Movement for Black Lives and ...

“Not Your P*ssy” Art Show & Body Painting Living Art Performance | SF
Saturday, April 1 – 8:00 pm | Cost: FREE | ATAK Gallery SF
“Not Your P*ssy”: Lessons in Modern Body Autonomy, is a re-appropriation of power of the voyeur from masculine to feminine. It positions women as producer and consumer of pleasure, not just a subject of a male dominated gaze. This multidisciplinary body of work amplifies the current and overwhelming ...

Sunday, April 2

“Strangers In Their Own Land” Book Discussion | Grace Cathedral
Sunday, April 2 – 9:30 am | Cost: FREE | Grace Cathedral
The bestselling author discusses her brilliant new book Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right—one of “6 Books to Understand Trump’s Win” according to the New York Times the day after the election. Hochschild’s book plumbs our deep political divide ...

Thursday, April 6

Stomping Grounds: A Celebration Of Asian American Activism | SF
Thursday, April 6 – 7:00 pm | Cost: FREE | College of Ethnic Studies & Psychology, SFSU
Stomping Grounds: A Celebration Of Asian American Activism | SF
Nearly 50 years after the Third World Liberation Strikes of 1968, Stomping Grounds recalls the tireless struggle of students who fought for their rights to not only learn about their own narratives, but contribute to and act for their communities. Join them at San Francisco State ...
Human Bowling, Live Band Karaoke & Fire Peach at The ACLU Fundrager | SF
Thursday, April 6 – 8:00 pm | Cost: $5*
*Sliding scale donation of $5-15.
| PianoFight
Human Bowling, Live Band Karaoke & Fire Peach at The ACLU Fundrager | SF
Face it, “We The People” need a break from all the protests, marches and rallies, if only for one night. If you feel like you want to contribute to the cause for equal rights but don’t quite know how to do it, FundRager is the ...