San Francisco Peace & Freedom Party Recommendations for Nov. 3 Election
Posted on November 2, 2015 by the San Francisco County Central Committee
In the November 3, 2015 city election, the San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party recommends:
Mayor: (ranked choice voting)
- 1st - Francisco Herrera (see this article )
- 2nd - Amy Farah Weiss
- 3rd - Stuart Schuffman
Sherriff: (ranked choice voting)
- 1st - Ross Mirkarimi
- 2nd - John Robinson
Community College Board:
Board of Supervisors, 3rd District (ranked choice voting):
||Affordable Housing Bonds
||Paid Parental Leave
||Regulation of Lobbyists Expenditures
||Mission Rock Development; increases Height Limits
||Permitting participation at City Meetings via electronic testimony, must honor requests to schedule topics to be discussed at specific times
||Short Term Rental Regulation
||Disclosures Regarding Renewable Energy
||Defining Clean, Green, & Renewable
||Pause for a Plan: Development in the Mission District
||Legacy Business Historical Preservation
||Expand allowable uses of City-owned property so that affordable housing for a range of incomes including housing for low-income and homeless can be built
Defend our community college, San Francisco on March 14
Posted on March 11, 2013 by the San Francisco County Central Committee
We, the people of San Francisco, want to save our school and reverse the cuts to classes, programs, staff, and teachers. Join us on March 14 to call on the city’s elected officials to take immediate action. City Hall must ensure that Prop A funds are used for education — as the voters intended.
DEFEND OUR COLLEGE!
CITY HALL MUST TAKE ACTION TO SAVE CCSF
When: Thursday, March 14 at 4:00pm
Where: San Francisco Civic Center (MAP)
Sponsor: Save CCSF
Contact: email info - at - saveccsf.org
City College of San Francisco (CCSF) is widely acknowledged to be one of the best community colleges in the country. The current crisis is largely the joint creation of two groups: the accreditation commission (ACCJC), an unaccountable rogue body that has ties to for-profit colleges and the student loan industry; second, interim administrators who have no long-term commitment to the school. Both are abusing the accreditation process to impose an agenda to downsize the college, funneling students into private and online schools that will saddle them with crushing debt. This is an attack on tens of thousands of Bay Area residents, particularly from low-income, people of color, and immigrant communities.
Keep Japan Nuclear Free, June 22 in San Francisco
Posted on June 21, 2012 by the San Francisco County Central Committee
- Shut Down, Not Meltdown: Keep Japan Nuclear-Free!
- Keep All Nuclear Plants Shut Down In Japan
When: Friday, 22 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Where: Japanese Consulate, 50 Freemont St at Mission, San Francisco (MAP)
What: Picket/rally/protest letter to Japanese government
Sponsor: Green Action Japan
Contact: email nonukesactioncommittee - at - gmail.com
The San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party endorses this event.
From Three Mile Island to Fukushima, March 28 in San Francisco
Last Updated on Monday, 26 March 2012 17:37
Posted on March 26, 2012 by the San Francisco County Central Committee
On the anniversary of Three Mile Island nuclear disaster the No Nukes Action Committee will hold a rally in downtown San Francisco.
When: Wednesday, March 28 at 5:00pm
Where: Market St. and Powell St., San Francisco (MAP)
What: Anniversary of Three Mile Island SF Speak-out/From Three Mile
Island To Fukushima
Sponsor: No Nukes Action Committee
Contact: call 917-774-4079 or email 311bayarea - at - gmail.com
The San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party has endorsed this event.
Picket Pro-War Pelosi, April 5 in San Francisco
Posted on March 26, 2012 by the the Website Workers Council
Picket pro-war Pelosi At San Francisco Labor Council Committee on Political Education (SFLC COPE) dinner at SF Hilton. Sponsored by the Coalition Against War Mongers and the 1%.
When: Thursday, April 5, from 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Where: San Francisco Hilton, 333 O'Farrell St., San Francisco (MAP)
What: Informational picket
Sponsor: Coalition Against War Mongers and the 1%
The San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party has endorsed this event.
No on Propositions C and D!
Posted on September 9, 2011 by the San Francisco County Central Committee
The following statement was adopted by the San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party on September 1, 2011. It can be downloaded as a flyer to print and distribute here.
The San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party opposes both pension "Reform" initiatives - the Adachi pension "deform" initiative (Prop. D) as well as the Ed Lee "Consensus" pension initiative (Prop. C.) The Adachi initiative was funded largely by California billionaire Michael Mortiz paying $5.00 a signature to get it on the ballot. The Mayor's initiative was supported in large part by billionaire Warren Hellman, another San Francisco billionaire. Prop. C also appears in the Voters Handbook with a paid argument in favor by the San Francisco Labor Council Executive Committee. The text of that argument was then presented to the general membership, after the fact, as a "fait accompli."
Defend Park Merced Residents & CSU
Posted on February 17, 2011 by the San Francisco County Central Committee
This resolution was adopted by the San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party on February 16, 2011.
Resolution On Defense Of Park Merced Residents & CSU Public Education System
The San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party opposes the efforts of billionaire developers and their supporters in the San Francisco Planning commission and San Francisco Board of Supervisors to bulldoze 1500 rent controlled apartments in Park Merced. The forcing out of working class residents who have lived in these homes for decades must be halted now.
We also protest the continued privatization of the CSU system through their corporate controlled Trustees through the SFSU-CSU Foundation of University Park North & University Park SOUTH.
Oppose the Korea-US Free Trade Agreement
Posted on January 28, 2011 by the San Francisco County Central Committee
The following resolution was submitted to the San Francisco Labor Council by members of the San Francisco Peace and Freedom Party, and adopted by the Labor Council on January 24, 2011.
Resolution Opposing the Korea-US Free Trade Agreement
Whereas, the proposed KOREA US KORUS Free Trade Agreement will be coming before Congress early this year and,
Whereas, this agreement is modeled on the NAFTA agreement that has led to the loss of jobs for millions of US workers and Mexican workers, privatization, deregulation and repression of unions in Mexico and,
Whereas, this KORUS agreement will also push privatization and deregulation of the US and Korean economy and,
Resolutions adopted on December 15, 2010
Last Updated on Sunday, 20 February 2011 12:01
The following three motions were passed at the 12/15/10 San Francisco County Peace and Freedom Party Central Committee Meeting.
The Peace and Freedom Party San Francisco County Central Committee protests the San Francisco Civil Service Commission's proposal to attack seniority rights for City Workers in certain departments and supports the Speak-Out on December 20, 2010 at 2:00 PM at SF City Hall, Room 400 sponsored by United Public Workers For Action http://www.upwa.info and rank and file SF City workers.
The Peace and Freedom Party San Francisco County Central Committee supports protests against the jailing of Julian Assange and Bradley Manning and calls support for their release. The Peace and Freedom Party San Francisco Central Committee condemns the attacks and threats against Julian Asante and defends the right to free speech and the free press.
The Peace and Freedom Party San Francisco County Central Committee protests the threatened firing of TWU 250-A driver Dorian Maxwell along with the retaliation against other drivers for opposing concessions and for expressing their opposition to anti-labor Proposition G. Further, we protest the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) decision to halt contributions to the trust fund which is used for the membership's families healthcare when drivers are injured on the job and are on workers compensation.
San Francisco County Peace and Freedom Party
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 November 2010 19:01
Peace and Freedom Party - San Francisco County Central Committee meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
Date: Third Wednesday of each month
Time of meeting: 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.
City: San Francisco
Location details: SF Main Library, which is located on Grove Street between Larkin and Hyde Sts., first floor conference room.
Contact: click here