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Sunday, Feb. 14 at Civil Center Plaza
1PM Pacific Time

The Coalition for Community Safety and Justice (CCSJ) is coming together to condemn the violence against our elders, women, and young people and call for investment in long-term, community-centered solutions. Stand in solidarity with the San Francisco Bay Area’s AAPI communities this weekend at the Love Our People: Heal Our Communities Day of Action. All are welcome. 

This is a socially-distanced outdoor gathering for community members and allies to rally around safety & justice for our people. Please wear a face mask.

Communities Rally Against Anti-Asian Violence

Press Statatement

FEBRUARY 15, 2021

“Love Our People, Heal Our Communities” Cross-Cultural Healing Events took place in Oakland and San Francisco

San Francisco & Oakland, CA — In response to the recent surge in COVID-19 related violence against Asian American communities throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area, the Coalition for Community Safety and Justice (CCSJ) in San Francisco joined forces with a coalition of organizations in Oakland to organize two parallel Days of Action this past weekend, both entitled “Love Our People, Heal Our Communities.” 

On the first weekend of the Lunar New Year, and a few days after more than 70 Asian American organizations issued a press statement condemning the violence, these two events brought together a multiracial and multigenerational coalition to stand against racism, xenophobia, and violence, and to offer space for healing the grief and pain that Asian communities feel in light of recent events.