Thanks for sending in more earthquake-related events, guys! There's so many that we're doing another post of upcoming events! Keep 'em coming in and we'll keep posting them. Don't forget, the big anniversary is April 18.

The SF People's Organization is sponsoring a progressive's perspective on disasters in post-Katrina America, with a panel discussion on April 17th about how San Francisco can prevent displacement of the disenfranchised in the next disaster. 6:30-8:30 at Gordon Lau Elementary (950 Clay, between Powell and Stockton).

This Saturday, April 8, QuakeHold, who manufactures earthquake safety equipment like those straps you should really have on your bookshelves and china cabinets, is sponsoring an earthquake awareness day at the new Daly City Home Depot (in the Westlake shopping center). They'll go over how to prep your house and will be giving away free safety fasteners. 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

San Francisco City Guides are hosting Earthquake Walks throughout this entire year, in period costume, and discussing the impact of the quake on the lives of everyday people. Flee with them from SoMA to the safety of Union Square!

More events after the jump. Here's the post from yesterday with more listings.

Picture of relief center on Guerrero Street, from the Virtual Museum of SF.