• Mission Dolores Park to Civic Center March (map)
  • Mission Dolores Park
  • San Francisco, CA, 94114
  • United States

MARCH from Mission Dolores Park to SF City Hall for MoveOn's Day national of action.

Immigrant rights are human rights, and human rights are immigrant rights. It's time we take the streets to call for an end to the human rights abuses of ICE and the Trump Administration as they cruelly separate children from their families. The world is watching, and we won't allow this to continue. We've rallied, we've protested, now join us as we MARCH in San Francisco to send a powerful message: Families belong together! 

10:00 AM: MEET at Mission Dolores Park @ Dolores & 18th
** Marching @ 10 AM SHARP **
10:00 - 11:00 AM: MARCH to San Francisco City Hall  (see route map below)
11 AM - 1 PM: RALLY at San Francisco City Hall

This action is in coordination with MoveOn's call for a national day of action on June 30th, and is hosted by Families Belong Together - San Francisco, Women's March San Francisco, and  Indivisible SF, and endorsed by:
• Chicana Latina Foundation
• San Francisco Latino Democratic Club
• Latina/o Young Democrats of San Francisco
Planned Parenthood Northern California
• Prospera Community Development
• San Francisco Progressive Alliance
• The National Center for Lesbian Rights
•  Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club
• Democratic Socialists of America: San Francisco
• San Francisco Berniecrats
• Juanita More
The Women's Building
• MoveOn.org
• 5 Calls
• South Beach District 6 Democratic Club of San Francisco
• SURJ SF
• Carecen
• San Francisco Labor Council
• SF Progressive Democrats of America
• Yemeni American Association in the Bay Area
• Malikah
• A Day With Out Immigrant SF
• CAIR San Francisco Bay Area
• International Socialist Organization
• SEIU Local 87
CREDO
• SF CODEPINK
• SF Threshold Choir
• Yemeni Alliance Committee
• Central Valley Empowerment Alliance
• Social Justice Collaborative
• Bay Resistance

Peace Ambassadors Volunteers needed, please help us get as many volunteers to keep the march and rally safe & community managed, please sign-up

We are combining efforts with the MoveOn/Indivisible rally at Civic Center from 11:00-1:00. To sign up on their page please visit here

Learn more about the event on the Facebook Event 

Bring a hat, water, snacks and wear sunscreen - we are expecting HOT weather. And of course bring your signs!

To find a march on June 30 in your area, please visit  FamiliesBelongTogether.org

WATCH: Can’t make it? LIVE STREAM of rally is available here

DONATE: We’ve partnered with Horizons Foundation to create the AIREA Fund (Asylee, Immigrant, and Refugee Emergency Action Fund). Learn more and donate here: https://www.horizonsfoundation.org/asylee-immigrant-refugee-emergency-action-fund-airea/ Invest in freeing families. Invest in legal, social, and community services for immigrants and refugees. Please give generously and share widely—lives depend on it. 

#KeepFamiliesTogether #SiSePuede

ADA:
March will leave Dolores Park via Dolores St at 10 AM via Dolores St; there is a minor incline on this route. The March will turn right onto Market Street then turn left onto Polk Street to end at City Hall. Given the limited time to plan and no budget we were not able to provide trolley this time and no vehicles will be allowed in the march. The March route is about 1.6 miles, a little over an hour.  

Rally starting at 11 am Civic Center in front of City Hall steps, there will be an ADA section close to the “stage” blocked off on [the left die underneath the stairs of city hall]. They will not be able to provide chairs, but welcome individuals to bring a chair into the ADA space. 

SPEAKERS:
Here are some of the speakers/ organizations for the Civic Center Rally organized by Indivisible SF & MoveOn (in no particular order):

Corrina Gould /Ohlone Tribe
Catherine Herrera /Ohlone Tribe
Kimberly Alvarenga / CA Domestic Workers
Enma Delgado / Mujeres Unidas y Activas
Tina Shauf-Bajar / Filipino Community Center
Melba Maldonado / La Raza Community Center
Rana Abdelhamid / Amnesty International
Hillary Ronen & Sandra Fewer
Alex U Inn / Activist & Artist
Maria Villalta / Carecen
Zahra Billoo / CAIR
Rabbi Sydney Mintz / Bend The Arc Jewish Action
Ruth McFarlane/ National Center for Lesbian Rights
Ani Rivera / Galeria De La Raza
Joan Baez

Speakers from:
ACLU
Local 87
SURJ SF
Causa Justa
La Collectiva
Parents Voices
Refuse Fascism
Dolores Street Community Services  
Lawyers from Deportation Defense and Legal Advocacy
Yemeni American Association of the Bay Area

and MORE......