Feng Kung

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Feng Kung is a San Francisco activist.

Apple tax protest

Gordon Mar June 13, 2013.

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Action demanding that Apple pay its fair share in taxes — with Feng Kung, Guillermina Castellanos, Pilar Schiavo, Pete Woiwode, John Eller, Shanell Williams, Peter Menchini and Lily Wang at Moscone West Convention Center.

OURWalmart SF

Gordon Mar June 29, 2013.

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OURWalmart, community and labor allies meeting now, preparing for action today at 12pm at 757 Market Street, Walmart director Marissa Mayer's penthouse apt and Gap at Market and Powell demanding WMT & Gap sign Bangladesh sweatshops fire safety accord. — with Maria Guillen, Jenya Cassidy, Blesilda Ocampo, Annelisa Luong, Feng Kung, Kasi Farrar, Mabel Tsang, Lotus Yee Fong, Brooke Anderson, Dan Harper, Kathe Burick, Pilar Schiavo, La Colectiva de Mujeres and Shanell Williams at Unite Here! Local 2.

Kicking off Stop the Evictions

Gordon Mar September 13, 2014.

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Kicking off Stop the Evictions, Raise the Wage, Yes on G & J campaigns - tenants, workers, youth, seniors, Supervisors Campos, Chiu, Kim & Mar — with Athena Waid, Feng Kung, Conny Ford, Fernando Marti, James Tracy, Pilar Schiavo, Ken Tray and Robbie Clark at Harvey Milk Plaza.

Gap protest

Gordon Mar October 8, 2014 ·

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Powerful action today, workers united to fight for $15, just hours and a union! — with Pam Tau Lee, Mario de Mira, Kathe Burick, Josue Arguelles, Conny Ford, Feng Kung, Michael Lyon, Ramses Sin Fronteras and Shaw San Liu at Gap.

Anti-Trump

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Mabel Tsang wrote :Tomorrow I will be heading to DC with a #ItTakesRoots to Grow Resistance Delegation convened by Grassroots Global Justice Alliance / Climate Justice Alliance / Indigenous Environmental Network / Right To The City Alliance because I believe we can create an alternative to Trump's Terror. He stands for racist violence; aggression against women; criminalizing queer, gender non-conforming and transfolks; and detention of and war against immigrants and refugees - in the name of our future and our values.

I believe the alternative exists today. I believe it already exists in my organizing work at Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) and I believe it exists in our dreams for our collective future. This moment scares me and this moment emboldens me. This moment shows me the need and the proof for powerful actions and bold experimentation. It calls on all of us to act.

With Jane Martin, Vivian Yi Huang, Rachel Lee Holstein, Laiseng Saechao, Malcolm Amado Uono, Hyejin Shim, Sydney Fang, Amee Raval, JingJing He, Alex Tom, Annelisa Luong, Chiravann Uch, Alvina Wong, Miya Yoshitani, Ed Scott, Shina Riane, Eric Mar, Russell Wynne, Nick Mitchell, Saa'un P. Bell, Mee Jung Tsang,, Jin-kyung Kim, Megan Zapanta, Orlie Kapitulnik, Aiko Pandorf, Mei-ying Williams, Nancy Kab Xyooj, Erika Lenhart, Jonathan Ronald Tran, Jen-Mei Wu, Emily Ja-ming Lee, Nadia Khastagir, Shaw San Liu, Stacy Kono, Steve Lew, Sophia Arredondo, Cynthia Fong, Tracey Corder, Salima Hamirani, Jennifer Lee, Lu Lin, Ellen Choy, Shannon Garth-Rhodes, Kasi Farrar, Joshua Fisher Lee, Feng Kung, N’Tanya Lee, Kenneth Tang, Geordee Mae, Maya Tanaka, Timmy Lu

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