San Francisco: Protest Zuckerberg & Facebook Censorship!

#FBcensorsPalestine: Kick-Off Indigenous People’s Weekend with the 2016 Socialist Presidential Campaign Against Zuckerberg.

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What: Protest in front of Mark Zuckerberg's residence
Where: Corner of Fair Oak and 21st Sts.
When: Friday, Oct. 7th at 5pm
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Mark Zuckerberg has sided with the genocidal apartheid regime of Israel in turning the historical and political narrative of the Palestinian struggle entirely backwards. 

Accounts of Palestinian journalists have been shut down and direct coordination between Facebook and racist Israeli officials has subjected Pro-Palestinian content to be scrutinized for “inciting terror.” Also facing censorship has been the Native-led Standing Rock encampment in North Dakota and protestors and whistleblowers exposing racist police terror. 

Responsibility for inciting terror worldwide originates with the imperial projects of the Pentagon and Wall Street. They provide the funding, weapons, and often-times training necessary for the existence and expansion of the settler-colonial state of Israel, for militarized policing and mass domestic surveillance, and for creating space for ISIS to grow in the rubble left behind from endless war. 

Join the socialist La Riva/Banks 2016 Presidential campaign in standing up to the colonization, gentrification, and rule of the rich that get masked by the phony “philanthropy” of capitalist celebrities like Zuckerberg. 

Presidential candidate Gloria La Riva is an anti-war, labor and community activist/organizer based in San Francisco’s Mission District. Vice Presidential candidate Dennis Banks is the co-founder of the American Indian Movement. 

Join us for this protest to kick- off the weekend celebrating Indegenous Peoples' Day on Oct. 10th.
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What: Protest in front of Mark Zuckerberg's residence
Where: Corner of Fair Oak and 21st Sts.
When: Friday, Oct. 7th at 5pm
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