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Upcoming List of Bay Area Protests (Nov. 25-Dec. 3)Upcoming List of Bay Area Protests (Nov. 25-Dec. 3)
By - posted 11/25/2020
Causes, Have Your Voice Heard

We know it’s hard to stay connected sometimes as a community. We’re doing our best to compile a list of as many upcoming protests, rallies, vigils, activism, community outreach and clean-up events as possible. Did we miss any events? Please email us at events_crew@funcheap.com with the date/time, details and any links more...

SF's Mass Celebration in The Castro: Watch LIVESF’s Mass Celebration in The Castro: Watch LIVE
By - posted 11/7/2020
Causes, Celebrations, Election

Thanks to the SF Bay Times for letting us know about four different live Castro cams so you can watch the anticipated celebration from home. Castro Live Cams 18th and Castro  – LIVE 18th and Castro 2 – Looking north up Castro toward Market – LIVE 17th and Castro – at intersection with Market more...

SF Voters Pass "Overpaid Executive Tax"SF Voters Pass “Overpaid Executive Tax”
By - posted 11/6/2020
Causes

In the recent election, San Francisco voters passed Proposition L, aka the “Overpaid Executive Tax” which will charge any company in San Francisco an addition surcharge if their top executives earn 100 times more than the typical worker. San Francisco is the first U.S. city to tax both public and private more...

"Protect the Results" Rally in SF Today at 3pm“Protect the Results” Rally in SF Today at 3pm
By - posted 11/4/2020
Causes, Election

This is a masked, non-violent, socially-distanced rally. You must wear a mask to attend this event. With every tweet and refusal to commit to accepting the legitimate results of the 2020 election, Trump seeks to stoke chaos and fear. But we will be ready – if Trump tries to steal the election more...

What Happens If Polls Close While I'm in Line?What Happens If Polls Close While I’m in Line?
By - posted 11/3/2020
Causes, Election

What Times Do the Polls Close? In San Francisco the polls close at 8pm Pacific. If the Polls Close and I’m Still in Line, Can I Still Vote? In California, Yes! But don’t leave the line. According to the California Secretary of State website you have the right to vote if you were more...

San Francisco Election Day 2020: Poll Locations / Wait Times / Mail Ballot Rules / FAQSan Francisco Election Day 2020: Poll Locations / Wait Times / Mail Ballot Rules / FAQ
By - posted 11/2/2020
Causes, Election

What Times Do the Polls Close? In San Francisco the polls close at 8pm Pacific. If the Polls Close and I’m Still in Line, Can I Still Vote? Yes! But don’t leave the line. According to the California Secretary of State website you have the right to vote if you were in line more...

All 12 San Francisco Official Ballot Drop-Off StationsAll 12 San Francisco Official Ballot Drop-Off Stations
By - posted 10/31/2020
Causes, Election

San Francisco voters can return their voted ballots to one of the official ballot drop-off stations throughout the city. Learn more at https://sfelections.sfgov.org In general, Bill Graham Civic is open most days starting October 5th. There are 11 other drop off locations from October 31 to November 3rd in each of the more...

"Ride Out To Vote" Horseback Protest to the Ballot Box“Ride Out To Vote” Horseback Protest to the Ballot Box
By - posted 10/29/2020
Causes

Your vote must go through. Make it count by November 3rd. Ride out.  Drive out. Bike out. Just get out… VOTE. #RideOuttoVote #Vote #PonyExpress #YourVoteMustGoThrough Heels Down Fists Up / Voter Event October 29, 2020 | 3pm Laney College Student Parking Lot, Oakland FREE to Participate CALLING BAY AREA RIDERS! Those with non-motorized and electric personal transportation vehicles, more...

Dolores Park Clean-Up Day + Free Ice CreamDolores Park Clean-Up Day + Free Ice Cream
By - posted 10/9/2020
Causes, Community

Be a local hero. Clean up litter. Earn local rewards. Dolores Park needs your help, but thankfully a new app called Rubbish has an idea to combat trash, support local businesses, and reward you all in one.   That’s right, just by helping volunteer to clean up the park for about 15 more...

SF City Hall “Black Trans Lives Matter” Rally on FridaySF City Hall “Black Trans Lives Matter” Rally on Friday
By - posted 9/24/2020
Causes

A large rally is planned for in front of San Francisco City Hall on Friday in support of “Black Trans Lives Matter” along with the San Francisco Human Rights Commission and Mayor London Breed. The purpose of this rally is to bring awareness to the lived experience of Black Transgender and more...

Huge Bridge Protest Planned for Thursday NightHuge Bridge Protest Planned for Thursday Night
By - posted 9/24/2020
Bay Area Updates, Causes

In response to the results of Wednesday’s grand jury results in the Breonna Taylor case, a huge car caravan protest is planned for three Bay Area bridges on Thursday evening.  Please note details may change. See the latest updates at @wallofmany, @vigilfordemocracy, @bayarea.protests According to the organizers, the intention is the drive more...

San Francisco's Eviction "Tsunami" Begins in TodaySan Francisco’s Eviction “Tsunami” Begins in Today
By - posted 9/21/2020
Bay Area Updates, Causes, COVID-19 Updates

Thanks to 48 Hills for letting us know that local courts will start to hear eviction cases today (Monday, September 21st). Although the state of California does not yet allow people to be evicted for nonpayment of rent due to COVID, there are many other grounds that landlords can use to more...

San Francisco May Soon Let 16-Year-Olds VoteSan Francisco May Soon Let 16-Year-Olds Vote
By - posted 9/15/2020
Brand New, Causes

Thanks to NBC News for letting us know that SF may soon allow 16-year-olds to vote in local elections. If passed, San Francisco would be the first large city to give those as young as 16 to vote. In the coming November election, San Francisco residents will not only cast ballots more...

YouTuber Live Streams Taking Poop on Nancy Pelosi’s SidewalkYouTuber Live Streams Taking Poop on Nancy Pelosi’s Sidewalk
By - posted 9/15/2020
Causes, Wow

Thanks to the NYPost for letting us know that a YouTuber livestreamed himself apparently taking a poop on Nancy Pelosi’s driveway/sidewalk this weekend. A YouTuber who identifies himself as “Armando” live-streamed himself walking through the streets of San Francisco in search of Nancy Pelosi’s house. When he reached the Speaker’s home, more...

Check Out SF's Potholes Filled w/ Glitter & Broken Disco BallsCheck Out SF’s Potholes Filled w/ Glitter & Broken Disco Balls
By - posted 9/3/2020
Artsy Fartsy, Brand New, Causes

Thanks to Hoodline for letting us know about the Tenderloin’s “Pothole Artist”’s most ambitious project yet. In the streets of the Tenderloin, you might notice something peculiar about its potholes, which contain anything from lipstick, glitter, clip-on-earrings, broken disco balls, rainbow Skittles and neon blue bubbles. That’s because local artist Rik Lee more...