Protest At the Chinese
|Maung Swan Yi||Ludu U Hla - Centennial Celebration|
|Dr. Khin Maung Nyo||Paradigm Shift|
|Aung Way||I beg your pardon. Aung Way has to speak his mind|
Burma Supporters at Solano Stroll Parade/Booth to spread awareness
San Francisco Bay Area Burma supporters to join the Solano Avenue Street fair and the Parade this year again to speared awareness about Burma and her culture. Come be a part of this wonderful community event and support Burma!!!!
36th Annual Solano Stroll "A Global A-Faire"
Sunday - September 12 2010, 10am - 6pm
Solano Avenue in Berkeley & Albany, CA
Burma supporters will join the parade in the mooring and at a Burma broth (at 1377 Solano Ave; in front of City bank) all day long. Read More
City of Berkeley - 2010 Burma Day - Annual Burma Flags Raising
Honoring the people of Burma and marking the 22nd Anniversary of 8888
The city of Berkeley and San Francisco declared August 8 as Annual Burma Day in 2008 to honor the people of Burma in their struggle for democracy and freedom. That is the day -- famously known as 8888 -- the people of Burma took to the street in 1988 to demand democracy and freedom, but met with brutal crack down by the military regime. In marking the Burma Day, the City of Berkeley annually raises Burma flags at the City Hall. This year again the city will be raising the Burma flags on the August 6 morning to mark the Burma Day on the 22nd anniversary of 8888.
Friday, August 6th, 2010
Time: 7:30 am - 9 am (Flags to be raised at 8:08 am)
Place: Civic Center Park across Old Berkeley City Hall
( At the Corner of Allston Way & Martin Luther King Jr. Way )
(One Block from Downtown Berkeley BART STATION)
Come Support Runners for Burma at this Sunday SF Marathon (July 25)
Funds are to support Internally displaced refugees in Burma
This year again, BADA is helping the Burma Humanitarian Mission (BHM) in organizing the Run For Burma program as part of the San Francisco Marathon for awareness and fundraiser for internally displaced Refugees in Burma. BADA members, supporters and teens, all together 18 people out of 30, will be running representing BADA that day. Many teens are joining this year raise. Three are running half marathon and the rest are doing 5K (3 miles) group run/walk with a Free Burma banner to raise awareness. Read More
Berkeley Passed Two Burma Resolutions - Rejects Burma's Military illuminate 2010 Elections
Honors 1990 election and denounces the Burma military's 2010 sham Election
On July 13, the city of Berkeley passed two Resolutions on Burma, and rejected the 2010 military's sham election as illegitimate; recognized the 1990 Election Results, and therefore, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and NLD as Burma's rightful leaders. The city has also urged the Congresswoman Barbara Lee to co-sponsor the House Resolution HR-898 to support democracy and action to end the crimes against humanity taking place in Burma. Read More
On the 20th anniversary of the 1990 Elections in Burma - May 27, 2010
Join Burma Democracy Day Rally in support of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and NLD
Recognize the 1990 Elections Results, Reject the Burma Military’s Sham Election
Last month, the military regime in Burma released an election law that excludes Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and those that have opposed the military regime from participating in elections that will be set for later this year, including ethnic leaders, student leaders, human rights activists, and other democracy leaders.
In response, the City of San
Francisco, with unanimous consent, declares May 27 as Burma Democracy Day,
Recognizes Daw Aung San Suu Kyi as the Rightful Leader in Honor of the
20th Anniversary of 1990 elections and calls US to denounce the Burma
military's 2010 sham Elections.
Read more Photos
May 27 ,2010 (Thursday)
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Federal Building . (Front)
450 Golden Gate Ave (@ Larkin)
City of San Francisco Passed Burma Resolution with Unanimous Consent
Honors 1990 election and calls US to denounce the Burma military's 2010 sham Elections
Honoring the 20th anniversary of the 990 election in Burma, the city of San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed the Burma resolution at the meeting on May 11 calling the US government to denounce the Burma's military regime's 2010 election. The city also recognizes the Daw Aung San Suu Kyi as the rightful leader of Burma and declares May 27, 2010 as the Burma Democracy Day -- the day that 1990 election was held. Please read more here Press Release
Board meeting Video Archive (Agenda 37; 1 hr from the beginning):
Call to Action - Email San Francisco Board of Supervisors to support Burma Resolution
To support the people of Burma in their long and hard struggle for freedom, two of the cities in the San Francisco Bay area are going to vote on a resolution – denouncing the 2010 Election in Burma as illegitimate. The San Francisco Resolution will be voted on coming Tuesday at the Board of Supervisors meeting. The resolution was sponsored by Supervisor Chris Daly and co-sponsored by Supervisor Eric Mar and Supervisor John Avalos. Please email the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and ask them to kindly support the resolution. Please read more here
Online SF Meeting Agenda (It is agenda. 37): http://www.sfbos.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=36118
The full text of the resolution is posted here: SFBurmaResolution-2010.htm
Watch the meeting LIVE starting at 2 pm PST: http://sanfrancisco.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=6
Burma Human Rights Day Statement denouncing the Burma’s military regime
BADA has held the 22nd Annual Burma Human Rights Day (our 10th straight year) on March 13, 2010 from 6-10 pm at the Berkeley Fellowship of Uniterian Universalists Hall in Berkeley, CA. More than 200 attendees have singed on to the following statement. Read More Download PDF
10th Annual Burma Human Rights Day Benefit Was A Success
Free Burma; Free Aung San Suu Kyi
(A public outreach and awareness activity in support of Burma's people!)
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DINNER * SPEAKERS * FILM
Saturday, March 13, 2010; 6:00pm-10:00pm
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall,
1924 Cedar (at Bonita),
Berkeley, CA 94709-2022, USA
The event will feature a Burmese style dinner and a Burma documentary film along with three outstanding Speakers on Burma: Prime minister of Government in Exile (NCGUB), Dr. Sein Win, former political prisoner and NLD Youth Leader Toe Lwin and Chivy Sok, an International Human Rights Advocate.
Orphans of Burma's Cyclone ( Undercover, award-winning documentary
that Burma's military regime does not want you to see)
Dr. Sein Win:
Burma's Elected MP in Exile and Prime Minister of NCGUB
Title: "The current political situation in Burma and the position of NCGUB"
Toe Lwin: Burma’s
former political prisoner and Youth Leader of NLD
Title: "My Experiences from Depayin Massacre and Khantee (Prison) Hell"
International Human Rights Advocate
Title: Beyond Survival: Transformative Journey in International Human Rights Advocacy
Contents are in English; Burmese Style Dinner, Vegetarian Friendly; Children are welcome
$15 Suggested Donation (dinner included) to benefit BADA
Draft Program: Dinner (6-7 pm), Speakers (7-9 pm), Film (9:00-9:30), Q&A (9:30-10:00)
Dinner is vegetarian friendly; Talks will be in English; Contents are OK for children
Burmse American Democratic Alliance;
Burmese American Democratic Alliance (BADA).
Co-sponsored by Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Social Justice Committee, Buddhist Peace Fellowship (BPF), Burmese American Women's Alliance (BAWA),
Clear View Project, Amnesty International (USA), Ginetta Sagan Fund Organization and Free Burma Project
year, the people from Burma around the world commemorate March 13 as the
Burma Human Rights Day to make the death of the engineering student Ko
Phone Maw as he was murdered by the Burma's military in his school
campus. The killing set off the historic 1988 nation-wide pro-democracy
uprising in Burma after 26 years of oppression. However, the regime
brutally cracked down the peaceful protests and continued hold on to
power for decades.
In September, 2007, yet another historic and massive, but peaceful protests for democracy led by the students and monks took place; but, as always, the regime brutally murdered the innocent protesters and monks. The Peoples' endless and painful struggle for freedom, for over four decades, continues to this day.
The world has yet again witnessed the brutality of the regime when the Cyclone Nargis devastated the lower delta region of Burma on May 2nd, 2008. Hundreds of thousands left for dead by starvations denying much needed urgent help despite international appeals and pressure.
To continue to raise the awareness
about the brutal dictatorship and the people's suffering in Burma, and to
discuss planning actions, this year again, BADA will hold its ninth Annual
Burma Human Rights Day event on Saturday March 13, 2010 at the Berkeley
Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists hall, 1924 Cedar (@Bonita) in Berkeley
from 6 pm to 10 pm.
The military regime in Burma is planning a sham election this year to formally erase the results of 1990 election in which People of Burma overwhelming voted for the National League for Democracy (NLD) led by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. Furthermore, the constitution that was illegal crafted by the military and forcibly gotten the approval during the Nagis disaster is designed to formalize the military rule in Burma. Therefore, 2010 is the most important year yet for the people of Burma and their beloved leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and all prodemocracy forces in Burma. Our speakers will discuss the current political situation in Burma as well as human rights issues and, most importantly, how you can help. Therefore, please join us for a dinner, film and outstanding speakers on Burma and human rights issues.
BADA Annual General Meeting
Membership fees are due for 2010; Download Renewal Form or Renew Online
BADA 2010 Annual General Meeting was held on Jan 17, 2010 at the Union City Public library and fifty BADA members and supporters attended the meeting and conducted various business of this organization. Among other things, BADA membership fees were changed from one-time $5 to annual fees with various level of membership.
Garage Sale fundraiser to Support Burma's Children Education was a
More then $3000 were raised and proceeds going to refugee schools on Thai/Burma border.
Where: 2002 Barbara Drive, Palo Alto (near 101 and Embarcadero Rd./Oregon Expwy)
When: Saturday, October 10 from 9-3
Some of the items featured are: McCroskey Airflex Queen box spring, high end European women's clothing (new), books, framed Asian art, furniture, toys, kitchen and household items, Panasonic Microwave, TV, Burmese handcrafts, Yoga Studio Gift Certificate, Restaurant Sent Sove Gift Certificate, toys, Peets Coffee (first 50 shoppers) and homemade cookies.
Come support these most deserving young people and learn about Burma from members of the Burmese American Democratic Alliance (badasf.org)
10th Annual Burmese Literary talk on Saturday, Sept. 26
With programs marking the Prominent Poet Saya Munthuwun 100th Birthday Anniversary
Download Flyer (in Burmese) More information including speaker's bios
10th anniversary event will be held on Saturday, Sept 26, 2009 at the
Los Cerritos Community Center; Fremont, 3377 Alder Ave (Cross St.
Fremont Blvd), in Fremont. Highly recommended by our prominent and usual
speakers, this year, newest additions to the literary-speaker family in
the US are invited. They are Write May Nyane, Writer Khett Mar and poet
Khaing Mar Kyaw Zaw. Please join in and enjoy our annual event.
Marking the Prominent Poet Saya Munthuwun 100th Birthday Anniversary, poems recitation by children and feature presentations will be included. Census 2010 T-Shirts will be distributed to all attendees free of charge. As usual, authentic Burmese dinner will be served.
Please join in and welcome our newest additions to the literary-speaker family in the US. Most importantly, have your evening filled with Burmese literature, culture, talks and friends at this once in a year event.
Saturday, Sept. 26, 5-10 pm (Contents will be in Burmese)
Los Cerritos Community Center, 3377 Alder Avenue (Cross Street Fremont Blvd), Fremont, CA 94536
(Speakers, Dinner, Free T-Shirt and special attribute to Saya Minthuwun 100th birthday)
Speakers, titles and short bios:
|Khaing Mar Kyaw Zaw|
Parade for Burma At The Solano
Bay area Burma supporters to join the Solano Stroll Parade this year again and speared awareness about situation in Burma. A one mile long street celebration is attended by more than 100,000 annually.
35th Annual, 2009 Solano Stroll - Street Celebration; Sunday, September 13, 10am - 6pm; Solano Avenue in Berkeley & Albany, CA
Let's Parade for Burma at Solano Stroll to spread awareness about Burma, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi as well as our culture! Please join! Parade at 10AM with about 100 participating groups (Burmese will be one of them); it usually last about 1 1/2 hour. To gather at 9:00 a.m. SHARP at the corner of FRESNO AVENUE and SOLANO AVENUE, Berkeley CA 94707; Look for people with Burmese dresses and drums. Read more
Free Daw Aung San Suu Kyi Rally at the US Federal Building
Come support global call for immediate freedom of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi
and urge US government to do more in pressuring the Burma's thuggish
regime including at the UN Security Council.
Monday, August 17, 12 noon to 1 pm
450 Golden Gate Avenue @ Larkin Street
San Francisco Federal Building / Speaker Pelosi Office
(Walking distance from Civic Center BART station)
Bring Daw Aung San Suu
Kyi masks, posters, banners and signs.
Contact: 415 425 1714; 415 203 0541
Protest Chevron; Support global calls for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's Freedom
Be united against Chevron to stop its crimes in Burma, Ecuador and even in our backyard in Richmond. Burma supporters, please join the chevron protest with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi masks, pictures, banners, signs to support her freedom.
Saturday, August 15th, 11:30am
Richmond BART, 16th St. & Macdonald Ave., Richmond, CA
FESTIVAL RALLY – 11:30am; MARCH ON CHEVRON OIL REFINERY – 1:00pm; followed by NONVIOLENT CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE More info click here
Burma Day and 8888, 21st Anniversary Commemoration
The city of Berkeley and San Francisco have declared August 8 as Annual Burma day and Berkeley would raise Burma flag annually on that day. This year again the city will be raising the Burma flag at the City Hall to honor the people of Burma. Besides, Bay Area activists community is planning other commemorative events. Please kindly join in to show your solidarity and support to the people of Burma and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi who have been facing continue brutal oppression for more than four decades. Flyer can be downloaded here: Download Flyer More info and sponsoring organizations
1. City of Berkeley
Annual Burma Day (Burma) flag raising to honor the people of Burma
August 8, 1988 nation-wide uprising
Time: 7:30 am - 9 am (The event to begin at 8 am sharp; Flags to be raised at 8:08 am)
Place: Civic Center Park across Old Berkeley City Hall
( At the Corner of Allston Way & Martin Luther King Jr. Way)
2. 8888 Anniversary Buddhist Swan offering and Commemoration
Time: 10 am - 12 pm (Lunch will be served)
Place: Dhamma Aye Yake Burmese Buddhist Monastery
2523 23rd AVE, Oakland, CA 94606
3. 8888 Anniversary Day Ceremony
Time: 12 pm—3 pm
Place: Dhamma Aye Yake Burmese Buddhist Monastery
Contact: (510) 533-5962,(415)939-0051,(510)409-4517 ,(415)571-6401
Support Runners for Burma at this Sunday San Francisco Marathon (July
Funds are to support Internally displaced refugees in Burma
20,000 runners will be participating in the San Francisco Marathon (26 miles) this Sunday and many of them are to promote various causes.
Organized by Burma Humanitarian Mission (BHM), 29 people are going to run representing Run For Burma awareness and fundraiser for internally displaced Refugees in Burma. Nine of that 29 runners will be representing BADA (We are joining in with BHM) that day. Some are running full marathon (26 miles) and some are doing half marathon (13 miles; mostly fist half through Golden Gate Bridge).
1. Here is how you can see/cheer the runners on the course: http://www.runsfm.com/volunteers/spectators.html (They run early and the fist half will finish starting at 7:30 am).
2. Come visit and meet with the runners for Burma at the Burma booth at the finish line --- near Embarcadero and Mission St. (Just north of Bay Bridge). The Burma booth will be open from 7:30 am until 1:00 pm that Sunday. So, come by as your schedule permits.
Here is the main website:
http://www.runsfm.com/ (You can still register
as few spots are still open)
Here is the full Marathon map: http://www.runsfm.com/maps/map_full.pdf
Here is the first half map: http://www.runsfm.com/maps/map_1sthalf.pdf
Burma needs you to call your representatives to get UNSC Act on Burma NOW
End Burma's System of Immunity, War Crimes and Genocide!!! Please call your representatives to get UN ACT now on Burma to prevent the regime from committing any more war crimes in Burma. Voices urging UN Security Council to act becoming louder and even US Representatives are calling for President OBAMA to seek an support at the UNSC for a Commission of Inquiry to investigate the Burmese regime’s war crimes, crimes against humanity and system of impunity. Related news and how to help here
To help free Daw Aung Suu Kyi also visit, www.64forSuu.org
The only real prison is fear and
the only real freedom is freedom from fear - Daw Aung San Suu Kyi!
The regime can not touch the iron will of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi; however, it can certainly destroy her physically by putting her in the deadly and notorious Insein Prison!! Please join these actions to help free her before it is too late:
1. June 20, A Celebration of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s Birthday & Burma’s Women’s Day
DATE: Saturday, June20, 2009; TIME: 10 AM to 2:00 PM; LOCATION: Metta Nanda Vihara (Central)
4619 Central Ave. Fremont, Ca 94536 Download Flyer
2. July 26: Run For Burma at San Francisco Marathon to raise awareness about Burma as well as funds for internally displaced people: You can join the ‘Run for Burma’ team in the San Francisco marathon series on July 26th! There are a number of events: a full marathon, half marathon, progressive marathon and a 5k run/walk. The runners are training NOW! Join us. BADA Training Calendar. To Join BADA Run For Burma Team, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign petition to UNSG: To: UN Secretary
General Ban Ki-moon: The military government must immediately and
unconditionally release all political prisoners including Daw Aung San
Suu Kyi, Khun Tun Oo and Min Ko Naing.The release of all political
prisoners is the first and most important step towards freedom and
democracy in Burma. We, the undersigned, call upon UN
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to make it his personal priority to secure
the release of all of Burma's political prisoners by the SPDC. Sign
Chevron's pipeline is Burma's military lifeline as it provides much-needed $$$
to the regime to purchase arms from China to keep stranglehold on the people.
Along with the scarce and much-needed GAS that belongs to the people, the
pipeline take away the very livelihood of the people of Burma by effectively
fueling the brutal dictatorship for decades.
4. Sign Petition to UN and ASEAN: I call on the UN and ASEAN to take immediate action to secure the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, after she was detained in custody in Burma’s notorious Insein Jail.
Messages of concern from ASEAN and the UN have, in the past, been routinely ignored and defied by the Burmese regime. Words are not enough. The reputation of the UN and ASEAN is now at stake, I urge you to take firm action by sending an envoy immediately to deliver a strong message to the Burmese regime calling for the immediate release of Aung San Suu Kyi and all Burma’s political prisoners. Sign Here
Stop the Burma's regime now! Take actions to help free her!
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has been arrested and is facing military trial; She has been moved to Insein Prison!
The trial of the Nobel Peace laureate is scheduled to start Monday at a special court at Yangon's notorious Insein Prison, where she was arraigned and then held Thursday. The charge against her carries a sentence of up to five years and raises the possibility that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, 63, who has been reported to be in fragile health, will face lengthy incarceration under much harsher conditions at Insein, where more then a hundred political prisoners has died while in custody. The international community must stop the regime from continued and ongoing destruction of people’s beloved leader and democracy icon of Burma. News: Obama extends Burma sanctions
Say No to military regime greatest enabler, Chevron of California
Chevron out of Burma now; Stop fueling brutal dictatorship immediately!!
Protest at the Chevron Share Holders Meeting on WED, MAY 27, 2009, 7am to 10:30am
Burma Freedom supporters and Bay Area climate justice, environmental justice, solidarity, antiwar, and human rights groups will join together to confront Chevron at their annual shareholder meeting at the gates of Chevron Corporate Headquarters (please come on time so we can greet the shareholders who arrive by 7:30am) to raise awareness about Chevron's involvement in Burma. Read More
Chevron's pipeline is Burma's military lifeline as it provides much-needed $$$ to the regime to purchase arms from China to keep stranglehold on the people. Along with the scarce and much-needed GAS that belongs to the people, the pipeline take away the very livelihood of the people of Burma by effectively fueling the brutal dictatorship for decades.
Burma Vigil on the Anniversary of Saffron Revolution held
We absolutely support Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in making a great stand even under detention; she has refused to meet with the UN special envoy Ibrahim Gambari, as currently being reported. Her vision, judgment, courage and leadership in highlighting the failed efforts of the United Nations (UN) and the State Peace & Development Council's (SPDC) one-sided position could not come sooner. We fully stand by her decision.
We absolutely support Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in making a great stand even under detention; she has refused to meet with the UN special envoy Ibrahim Gambari, as currently being reported. Her vision, judgment, courage and leadership in highlighting the failed efforts of the United Nations (UN) and the State Peace & Development Council's (SPDC) one-sided position could not come sooner. We fully stand by her decision. Read Morehere
Join Protest Rally at Chinese Consulate On the Eve of Olympic Closing
Exhibit - China's Policy, Burma's Misery
Beijing Olympic through the eye of Local Burmese Artists on behalf of silenced Burmese people under the Burmese regime:
San Francisco declares August 8 as Burma Day to honor 20th anniversary of 8888
Join May 9 Burma Rally, Prayer Vigil and Fundraiser for Cyclone Victims
When: Friday, May 9, 2008 4-8pm ** Rally 5pm; Speakers at 6pm; Vigil 7 pm
Where: San Francisco Federal Building, 450 Golden Gate Avenue
Visuals: Burmese monks and Burma supporters, meditation, signs, music, prayer & collection for Burmese cyclone victims Contact: 510 220 1323; More details here
Burma Thanks you for April 9: Peace
Walk and Torch Protests were a success
600+ Burma supporters joined the Peace Walk across Golden Gate Bride: (Click here for more info)
2008 Annual Burma Human Rights Day held
|Speaker1||Dr. Ashin Nayaka||Testimony speeches by Ashin Nayaka ; biography|
|Speaker2||Chinese Dissident HARRY WU||Book by Harry Wu; http://www.laogai.org/; biography|
|Film||Prayer of Peace: Relief & Resistance in Burma's War Zone; 28 mins; color||http://frontfilms.com/|
|Video||Saffron Revolution Highlights; 10 mins|
BADA website: www.badasf.org
|Direction and invite|
2008 BADA Annual General Meeting held
Media Advisory: BADA lauds US Congress for honoring Daw Aung San Suu Kyi
Join January 11th, 60th Burma Independence Day Protest in front of
Chinese Consulate (11:30 am - 1 pm)
January 4th, 2008 is the 60th anniversary of Burma’s Independence Day, and we will mark it with a protest in front of Chinese consulate. India has recently frozen its arms sales to Burma for six months. We need China to do more, and a lot more. The time is from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. The consulate office (where many visa applicants usually are) is closed between 12 pm to 1 pm; but it opens some days when there are many applicants. Beginning at 11:30 and ending at 1:00 will cover it in either case. And many who work in the City will be able to join us at lunch time.
When: Friday January 11, 2008;
11:30 am to
1:30 pm (Stand up protests and meditation protests)
Where: Consulate General-China; 1450 Laguna St; San Francisco, CA 94115; (415) 674-2900; Get directions
How: Activists to protest with song and visuals while Buddhist monks and lay persons do a sitting Vipassana meditation. There could be rain, so bring your umbrella and rain coat. Please wear red and bring signs and banners.
Why: China is the primary and biggest enabler of Burma's regime. We demand China reverse its irresponsible policies towards Burma. China must stop its military, diplomatic and economic support of the junta which is bringing ruin and death to Burma. We demand that China NOT veto UN measures designed to pressure the regime. Until China takes such strong and effective measures, we call upon the international community to highlight bringing shame and humiliation upon the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Contact: 510 220 1323;415-806-7425; 510 795 0405
Events in 2011:
an 29, 2011 Saturday, BADA Annual General meeting and Election
March 12, 2011, Annual Burma Human Rights Day Benefit for HIV/AIDS shelters in Burma Read More
April 10: 1st Annual Bay Area Walk Against Genocide Read More
May 21: Asian Heritage Street Celebration Read More
May 25: Chevron Shareholder Meeting Protest Read More
May 31: APA Heritage Month Closing Night Celebration Read More
June 18: Daw Aung San Suu Kyi Birthday and Women of Burma Day Read More
July 31: Run for Burma at SF Marathon Read More
August 6,8: 23 Anniversary of 8888 Read More
September 11: Solano Stroll Street Fair Read More
Sept 19: Save Irrawaddy Protest at the Chinese Consulate Read More
October 8: Annual Literary Talk with Speakers U Win Pe, Maung Swan Yee and Choo Too Zaw Read More
Nov 19: Save Irrawaddy Community Forum Read More
Nov 30: Protest at the Chinese Consulate Read More
Events in 2010:
March 13: Annual Burma Human Rights Day Commemorative Event More info
May 15: Visit, Volunteer BADA booth at Asian Heritage Street Fair Sat., May 15 More info
May 27: San Francisco Burma Democracy Day Rally More info
June 6: Fundraising food fair to help Water Shortage Crisis in Burma More info
June 19: Daw Aung San Suu Kyi 65th Birthday Peace Picnic in Palo Alto More info
June 22: Berkeley Burma Resolution Voting at the City Council Meeting More info
July 25: Come raise awareness and funds for Burma! Run for Burma on July 25 at SF Marathon More info
Aug 6: City of Berkeley - 2010 Burma Day - Flag Raising / 22nd 8888 Anniversary More info
Sept 12: Solano Stroll Annual Parade and Burma Booth for awareness More info
Sept 25: Protest against Burmese Military Regime and its propaganda film More info
October 2nd: Burmese Literary Talk (Maung Swan Yi, Dr. Khin Maung Nyo and Aung Way) Read More
October30: Rally denouncing the Burma’s regime 2010 sham election - San Francisco Bay Area Read More
Nov 1st, Monday, When Democracy Fails, Burma Sham Elecitons: Read more
Nov 5th, Friday: Solidarity March and Rally with Aung San Suu Kyi and the People of Myanmar Read More
Nov 19, Friday: Documentary film on Burma's political prisoners presentation with Director Read more
Dec 12, Sunday: Help Burma Annual Fundraiser to help Burma Read more
Dec 19, Sunday: BADA pre-AGM members' meeting Read more
View mroe actions here
March 18: BADA Letter to UNSG Ban Ki-Moon (click here)
March 11: BADA Letter to Corporate Sponsors of 2008 Beijing Olympic (click here)
Shwe Khamauk Bulletins (Burmese)
Francisco Burma Freedom Rally
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