Advanced Legal Observer Training

August 20, 2017

LEGAL OBSERVERS:

Advanced Legal Observer training! Sunday August 20th 3:30 pm NLG Office 558 Capp Street S.F. We are strongly recommending that you attend this training if you are going to be out in the streets over the weekend of the 26th and 27th. Lets keep ourselves safe as we do this vital work!

Also if you have some experience as an LO and could volunteer as an on site coordinator that day that would be great. On site coordinators will help with Lo’s buddying up that day and trying to keep all parts of the action covered. Thank You!

Sunday Streets Tenderloin. Join the fun!

August 20, 2017

Come join the National Lawyers Guild SF Bay Area Chapter at the 8/20 Sunday Streets event taking place in the Tenderloin! We will be tabling amongst the music, food, dance, and fun from 11:00-4:00 PM, exact location TBD. More information on Sunday Streets can be found here. Stop by and say hello as we give out information on the Guild including KYR trainings and law school chapters. Accessibility: sidewalk access.

NLG and Stop Urban Shield Coalition Call for Berkeley City Council and Police Review Commission to Take Action on June 20 BPD Violence Against Protesters

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 12, 2017

Press Contacts:

Rachel Lederman, NLGSF Bay Area Chapter

Ellen Brotsky, Stop Urban Shield Coalition

MAN CLUBBED IN HEAD BY BPD FILES COMPLAINT

NLG and Stop Urban Shield Coalition Call for Berkeley City Council and Police Review Commission to Take Action on June 20 BPD Violence Against Protesters

NLGSF Tabling at Sunday Streets Mission. Join the Fun!

July 16, 2017

Stop by and say hello to NLGSF Bay Area Chapter volunteers at our table in the civic engagement portal (on Valencia St. between 24th and 25th). We will have information about joining, renewing, and getting involved in upcoming events!

Sunday Streets provides free live music, cultural performances, exercise classes, kids activities, health resources, and much more. For more information, visit www.sundaystreetssf.com/mission071617.

COMMUNITY DEMANDS BERKELEY RELEASE RACIAL PROFILING REPORT

MEDIA ALERT:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ATTENTION NEWS EDITOR

Cat Brooks

Coalition Demands Action to End Racial Profiling by Berkeley Police Updated data confirms continued race-based disparities

(BERKELEY, California) On Tuesday June 27, 2017 at 6:00pm, a coalition of civil rights groups will hold a press conference at on the steps of Old City Hall, 2134 Martin Luther King Jr. Way to demand:

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