San Francisco

New Valencia Hall

Organizing Center and Bookstore

747 Polk Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
(located seven blocks from Civic Center BART and on or near the #19, 31, 47, 48 & 49 Muni bus lines.)

Phone: 415-864-1278.
Email: bafsp@earthlink.net
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Public Hours
Monday through Friday, 1:00-5:00pm. Or call for an appointment!

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Sunday, August 20, 1:00pm

Lessons from a successful united front: How to counter white supremacists

For a decade in the 1990s, the United Front Against Fascism brought together diverse communities to protest neo-Nazi agitators on the West Coast. Co-founder Luma Nichol discusses the key principles from that effective organizing. This history is more relevant than ever as bigots in the White House inspire a dramatic rise in violence against labor, Muslims, people of color, Jews, trans folk, immigrants & radicals.

Featured report at the monthly Freedom Socialist Party meeting

Brunch served at 12:15p, $8-10 donation

New Valencia Hall, 747 Polk Street, San Francisco (@ Ellis)

Monday, August 21, 7:00pm

Planning meeting: Protest the white supremacist ‘No to Marxism in America’

This rally is called by Communities Against Racism & Fascism (CARF), a democratic coalition of Bay Area immigrants, people of color, Jews, feminists, unionists, faith activists & radicals.

Our next planning meeting is in Berkeley. Join us! Please call (415) 864-1278 for information.

Sunday, August 27, 12:00 pm

Protest the white supremacist ‘No to Marxism in America’ rally

The bigotry, racism and violence that far-right organizers are bringing to Berkeley on August 27 cannot be allowed to go unanswered. Their event will be a magnet for white supremacists, Nazi enthusiasts, anti-Muslims and anti-Semites, feminist bashers, homo/transphobes, anti-communists, and immigrant-haters, all gathered under the theme “No to Marxism in America’. We want to build on Charlottesville, VA where 6,000 brave protesters shut down the neo-Nazi rally. Let’s stand shoulder to shoulder with those targeted by bigotry in a unified, orderly, and strong counter-demo. History has shown that by taking a stand we can stop the far right when they are still small. Ignoring them only encourages them!

Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park, Berkeley
Gather at corner of Martin Luther King, Jr Way and Allston Way

Mondays, 7p - 8:30pm / Wednesdays, 3p – 4:30p

The History of American Trotskyism Study Group

The formative years of this revolutionary tendency and radical party in the US is full of lessons for today, as a new resistance movement takes shape. Everyone welcome to partake in bi-weekly small group discussion. Free. Books available for purchase.

Mondays, 7p - 8:30pm, resuming September 11 & every other Monday thereafter (except holidays).

Wednesdays, 3p – 4:30p, resuming August 30 & thereafter every other Wednesday.

For info: 415-864-1278; baFSP@earthlink.net; Facebook