Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

Alex Vitale to discuss his book The End of Policing

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EAST BAY BOOKSELLERS is excited to welcome Alex Vitale to discuss his book The End of Policing.

This book attempts to spark public discussion by revealing the tainted origins of modern policing as a tool of social control. It shows how the expansion of police authority is inconsistent with community empowerment, social justice—even public safety. Drawing on groundbreaking research from across the world, and covering virtually every area in the increasingly broad range of police work, Alex Vitale demonstrates how law enforcement has come to exacerbate the very problems it is supposed to solve.

In contrast, there are places where the robust implementation of policing alternatives—such as legalization, restorative justice, and harm reduction—has led to reductions in crime, spending, and injustice. The best solution to bad policing may be an end to policing. [More]

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Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

BALA Presents: Chana Wilson, Author

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In 1958, when Chana Wilson was seven, her mother held a rifle to her own head and pulled the trigger. The gun jammed and she was taken away to a mental hospital. On her return, Chana became the caretaker of her heavily medicated, suicidal mother. It would be many years before she learned the secret of her mother’s anguish: her love affair with another married woman, and the psychiatric treatment aimed at curing her of her lesbianism. Meet Chana and hear her talk about her book and life. Presented by Bay Area Lesbian Archives. [More]

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Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

Book discussion: The End of Policing

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How the police endanger us and why we need to find an alternative.

Join Alex Vitale for the launch of his new book "The End of Policing" and a conversation on current organizations working to end police violence.

Recent years have seen an explosion of protest against police brutality and repression—most dramatically in Ferguson, Missouri, where longheld grievances erupted in violent demonstrations following the police killing of Michael Brown. Among activists, journalists, and politicians, the conversation about how to respond and improve policing has focused on accountability, diversity, training, and community relations. Unfortunately, these reforms will not produce results, either alone or in combination. The core of the problem must be addressed: the nature of modern policing itself. “Broken windows” practices, the militarization of law enforcement, and the dramatic expansion of the police’s role over the last forty years have created a mandate for officers that must be rolled back. [More]

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Jan
20
2:00 AM02:00

Oakland Art Murmur Gallery District Walking Tour

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Join us and The Art Junket at Warehouse 416, 416 26th Street, for a look at emerging Bay Area artists. 

Explore The Art Junket's third annual exhibition, their first ever at Warehouse 416, with artists from the collective. Founded in 2015 in Berkeley by Maureen B. Fitzmahan and Erin Mahollitz, The Art Junket gathers together artists who are new to the art world. These artists are outsiders, usually self-educated, who bring fresh and guileless art to the community. They produce work that strays from the norms and styles of contemporary art.

Then we're off to look at similar themes at nearby exhibitions, including one at The Fourth Wall, where artist Jennifer Hynes will introduce our tour to her life as a stay-at-home mom / artist. [More]

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Jan
20
2:30 PM14:30

Author Talk with Jackson Fahnestock

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Meet Jackson Fahnestock, author of Shu Wei’s Revenge: A Young Man’s Journey into the Depths of the Underworld.

Featured on the cover of Publishers Weekly, Shu Wei’s Revenge was inspired by author Jackson Fahnestock’s numerous trips to China and his extensive research. This historical fiction adventure, set in 1898, features an orphaned Chinese immigrant teen cub reporter who risks death to regain his honor. Some characters were based on real people such as the “Angry Angel of Chinatown,” who rescued thousands of Chinese enslaved girls and women. [More]

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Jan
20
4:00 PM16:00

11/9: The Fall of American Democracy

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Presenting the diverse voices of those most affected by the results of the 2016 American presidential election, 11/9: The Fall of American Democracy is a charitable project meant to prioritize and highlight marginalized writers for a good cause.

One hundred percent of profits from the sale of this book will be donated to RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence ornization and the ACLU, the nonprofit organization defending the constitutional rights of Americans. [More]

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Jan
21
11:00 AM11:00

LitBrunch Oakland - Bottomless Mimosas & Live DJ

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his is not your typical brunch! Our purpose is to partner with small hospitality brands to create a sustainable and diverse ecosystem within the industry. We partner with top caters without a Brick and Mortar to put their products and services in front of young professionals. In addition to fantastic food, our guest can engage in bottomless mimosas inside unique venues.

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Jan
25
9:00 AM09:00

Using a Culturally Responsive Lens to Build Community

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Facing In invites you to experience a collaborative Restorative Justice training: Using a Culturally Responsive Lens to Build Community.

This training will include interactive opportunities to understand the workings of Restorative Justice circles and dive deeper into RJ practice and philosophy. This training focuses on building community, Facing In(to) difficult conversations about race and culture, how to apply Restorative Justice principals into your school or organization, as well as build better relationships with your students, staff and community members.

This unique, interactive training is ideal for youth service providers, educators, community activists, Restorative Justice practitioners and anyone who wants to learn or strengthen RJ tools and skills. [More]
 

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Jan
25
3:30 PM15:30

Broadway's Legendary Composer: Cole Porter

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Cole Porter brought sensuality and sophistication to the musical with such smash hits as Anything Goes and Kiss Me Kate, and such witty “list” songs as “You’re the Top”, “Let’s Do It’ and “It’s Delovely”. He also composed some of the most lovely and haunting ballads of the 20th century: “Begin the Beguine”, “Night and Day”, “Love for Sale”, "I Concentrate on You" and many others. In this presentation you'll see Mr. Porter, himself, in an appearance on the Milton Berle show and will learn about his fascinating life. You'll also see such legendary performers as Ethel Merman, Mary Martin, Frank Sinatra, Bert Lahr and many others performing some of Porter's most beloved songs. [More]

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Jan
25
6:00 PM18:00

Leaders In Motion Speakers Series

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Join guest speakers from Google, Copia, and Back to the Roots to discuss entrepreneurship and how you can utilize philanthropy throughout your career to enhance your individual development. You will have the chance to meet our speakers during a Q&A panel and connect with fellow attendees during a reception with passed hors d’oeuvres, local craft beers, and other beverages. [More]

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Jan
25
6:00 PM18:00

People on the Move: visual performance and community conversations....

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Priority Africa Network & Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Soceity Invite you to:

People on the Move: visual performance and community conversation on global forced migration

Global refugee crisis reached epic proportions. The international community has fallen short in creating immediate and sustainable response to accommodate millions of forcibly displaced fleeing war, political instability, and increasingly climate change-induced forces. To tackle such global phenomenon we need to understand historical and contemporary dynamics of global forced migration. Speakers will expand on these from and the policies that will impact the realities of millions of people on the move around the world. [More]

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Jan
26
6:00 PM18:00

Power Not Paranoia: a Discussion About Digital Surveillance

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The vast system of U.S. surveillance is in the hands of a President who is violating our constitutional and human rights. It’s vital that organizers protect their digital security so we can continue to work for social change.

The Ella Baker Center and The Center for Media Justice - home of the Media Action Grassroots Network - in partnership with Wellstone Action, would like to invite you to an evening of dialogue on 21st century policing, the impact on our community, and what we can do to protect ourselves and defend our rights.

Join us for a panel presentation about the current state of surveillance. [More]

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Jan
27
to Jan 28

Defender Film Screening / Q & A by Jeff Adachi

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The insightful documentary focuses on San Francisco Public Defender Adachi as he and his team take on the high-profile case of 22-year-old Michael Smith, who pleads not guilty after he is charged with nine counts of resisting arrest. Pulled off a BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) train along with his girlfriend, Smith is wrested to the ground, the arrest captured on the attending officers' body cameras. [More]

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Jan
28
10:00 AM10:00

Embodying Compassion: A Day of Healing for Black Women

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How, as Black women, do we move from "surviving" to "thriving" in a society that does not love our bodies and our achievements? What ancestral wisdom is available to us that supports our journey? How can we use the Buddha's teaching on the body to move into greater love for our physical forms, while embracing their impermanence? And how do we turn the compassion and service we offer to our families and our communities to our own healing, and self-love? In this day which focuses on self care and compassion, we will use meditation, movement, teachings of the Dharma, small group discussions, and ritual to identify the tools that provide us with greater ease, and joy as we walk through the world alone, and together. [More]

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Jan
28
12:00 PM12:00

Hawker Fare Cookbook Release Party

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Come and join Chef James Syhabout in celebration of the release of his new, debut cookbook, "Hawker Fare: Stories & Recipes from a Refugee Chefs Isan Thai & Lao Roots." A full spread of recipes from the book will be served buffet style, with music and dancing provided by an Oakland based Lao folk band.

Price: $85/guest, which includes a signed copy of the book ($40 value)
Children under 6 are free, bring the family! [More]

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Jan
30
12:30 PM12:30

How Do Other Cities Govern Mobility?

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As traffic congestion and transit crowding continue to worsen across the region, and as autonomous vehicles threaten to disrupt mobility as we know it, how we can most effectively deliver urban transportation has become an urgent question. Hear from two leaders in transportation whose experiences in London and New York have prepared them to govern a transportation transformation here in the Bay Area. Co-presented by Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT). [More]

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Jan
30
6:00 PM18:00

Your Turn: What Games Teach Us About Planning and Policy

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In the game of Monopoly, as players circle the board and acquire properties, property owners get richer at the expense of other players. What do the rules of games like this, and the choices we make in them, teach us about planning and place-based policies in the real world? Come for a discussion of how games and game design can help us understand complex urban systems and the trade-offs inherent within them, then stay for SPUR’s first-ever board game night, featuring the game Bay Area Regional Planner and more. [More]

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Jan
30
6:30 PM18:30

Plastic-Free Living with Beth Terry

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What is your plastic footprint? Is one of your New Year's resolutions to reduce the amount of plastic in your life?

Join us for an evening of inspiring stories and practical tips about ways to reduce plastic in your home and on the planet. Author Beth Terry will share her journey from self-confessed plastic addict to empowered plastic-free activist and explain why we can’t just recycle our way out of this mess. Beth Terry’s book, Plastic-Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too, will be available for purchase and signing at the event. [More]

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Feb
1
6:00 PM18:00

Better BRT in the East Bay

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Bus rapid transit (BRT) is underway in the East Bay! With a route planned from downtown San Leandro to uptown Oakland, BRT will bring light-rail-like efficiency to some of the East Bay’s most fascinating neighborhoods. But construction is only one small step in making this transit line efficient and equitable for all. Come discuss the bigger questions surrounding the BRT project, from concerns over how the system might change existing communities to how it can enable the evolution of new ones. Co-presented by Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT). [More]

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Feb
2
to Feb 3

DOLORES, a film documenting the life of labor activist Dolores Huerta

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DOLORES, a film documenting the life of labor activist Dolores Huerta, will be shown at Mills College on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 6:00pm-8:30pm in the Jeannik Méquet Littlefield Concert Hall.  Huerta, co-founder of the first farmworkers union with Cesar Chavez, tirelessly led the fight for racial and labor justice, becoming one of the most defiant feminists of the 20th century. Introduced by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Ms. Huerta will be present at the event and will provide brief comments. She will participate in a discussion and Q&A following the film. [More]

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Feb
3
4:00 PM16:00

Awakening Your Power of Self Healing

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Dr. Schneider’s new book, Awakening Your Power for Self Healing, contains a wealth of knowledge on stress reduction, healthy living, holistic health, and treatments for specific ailments and diseases. There is truly nothing comparable on the market. If you are serious about taking control of your own health, learning how to improve your body, and develop practical, easy habits for a longer, happier life, his book will be a lifelong friend. [More]

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Feb
4
1:00 PM13:00

Tour | Architecture of the Museum

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Experience OMCA’s remarkable mid-century modernist landmark building with the guidance of the Museum’s expert members of the Council on Architecture. This tour shares with you a few of the highlights of the incredible building, from views of Lake Merritt and downtown Oakland from atop a three-tiered roof garden to the serene Koi Pond, and a truly Californian indoor/outdoor landmark. Built in 1969 with a design by Kevin Roche, with landscaping by Dan Kiley, the Museum recently completed a major renovation and expansion project overseen by San Francisco-based firm Mark Cavagnero Associates, which honors Roche and Kiley’s original vision of a vibrant urban park and public space.

Free as a part of First Sundays @ OMCA. Meet in front of the Ticketing Desk on Level 2. [More]

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Feb
5
4:00 PM16:00

Film Screening: Human Flow, Directed by Ai WeiWei

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For more information, contact:
Rochelle Spencer, Program Manager, rochelle@cca.edu, 510-594-3793.
Over 65 million people around the world have been forced from their homes to escape famine, climate change and war in the greatest human displacement since World War II. Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei, gives a powerful visual expression to this massive human migration. The documentary elucidates both the staggering scale of the refugee crisis and its profoundly personal human impact. [More]

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Feb
10
10:00 AM10:00

Basics of pickling

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You can pickle that! Learn the basics of pickling with vinegar to make quick (refrigerator) pickles or canned pickles for pantry. 

This workshop begins with a DISCUSSION on safe pickling techniques and favorite flavor combinations and a TASTING of an assortment of pickled vegetables. Students will get HANDS-ON to make two batches of pickles from a medley of seasonal farmers market produce. Then we will DEMONSTRATE preserving through water bath canning. Every student will TAKE HOME two jars! [More]

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Feb
11
9:00 AM09:00

Integrative Pharmacology: Drugs and Herbs for Natural Medicine Practitioners with Ingrid Bauer, M.D. & Benjamin Zappin, L.Ac.

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This training aims to enhance practitioners’ skills to assess the medications their clients take, to evaluate the potential for herb-drug interactions, and to communicate with prescribing physicians. This 6-part class series reviews major drug classes and herbal action types, as well as individual drugs, herbs & formulas as they relate to major body systems: cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, immune, endocrine, and nervous systems. Multiple classes. [More]

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Feb
15
12:30 PM12:30

Preventing Wildfire in the Oakland Hills

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The Bay Area recently experienced a rash of devastating fires. For many, these were a reminder of the deadly 1991 Oakland hills firestorm that destroyed thousands of homes. What did Oakland learn from that event, and what are East Bay cities doing now to prevent and prepare for wildfire? This panel explores strategies on fire prevention and risk mitigation from different perspectives. [More]

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Feb
17
9:00 AM09:00

Black College Expo Oakland

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High School & College Students! Join us & interview with a variety of colleges and universities at The Black College Expo!

Students come prepared with your transcripts, ACT or SAT scores and reach out to the 50+ schools present. You can get accepted on the spot and/or earn a scholarship to your dream school! [More]

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Feb
17
4:00 PM16:00

Blaxican History Celebration

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Fiestas Fridas and Dra. Gloria Arjona Present: BLAXICAN History and Other Blatino Facts! Are you of African and Latino descent? Do you know anything about your ancestors, your culture and what makes you special?

Dra. Gloria Arjona is an accomplished Jazz Musician, Vocalist and holds a Doctorate in Spanish literature. She has written several papers and published several articles on Latina Herstory, Latino Culture, literature and art. She brings the presentation alive with images, art and live music. You'll learn about famous Blatino's, their presence, accomplishments, struggles and music. [More]

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Feb
21
12:30 PM12:30

Studying Affordability in Alameda County

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With rents and home prices continuing to spiral upward, there has been no shortage of policy proposals to alleviate the region’s affordability problem. What these too often lack is a way to evaluate and compare each policy alongside each other. A new report does just that and identifies which state and local interventions — increasing accessory dwelling units, loosening parking requirements or streamlining affordable housing, for example — can be most effective in making real strides toward affordability. [More]

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Feb
21
6:00 PM18:00

Juvenile Justice Training for Youth Workers

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Navigating the System & Advocating for Justice-Impacted Youth

This training is designed for people providing direct services to youth who are or have been in detention. 

- Understand how the Juvenile Justice System works
- Become informed regarding best practices and current trends
- Understand advocacy for justice-involved youth
- Learn to support youth in detention without breaking confidentiality
- Become familiar with and have access to resources for justice-involved youth
- Network with other people providing services to youth who have been or are in detention

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Feb
21
6:00 PM18:00

Betty Reid Soskin Book Event

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Betty’s world views were formed in her earliest years in Black Creole New Orleans, but were shaped and molded during her upbringing in East Oakland and her years as a wife and mother, songwriter and performer in eastern Contra Costa County, as a Black business leader in Berkeley, as a public servant and public advocate in the city of Richmond, and in her personal struggles against racial discrimination and other injustices in the years throughout.

She is best known as the oldest ranger in the National Park Service at Richmond’s Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park, as the woman who became the face of federal government workers during the 2013 government shutdown, as a national icon and an international treasure who has been honored by universities, institutions, and civic organizations around the world as one of the leading folk historians of our time.

But readers of Betty’s popular CBreaux Speaks blog and those who have attended her many talks and lectures at the Rosie The Riveter Park or elsewhere know that one of the most interesting and valuable lessons Betty Reid Soskin has to give us comes in her personal life story.

Now all of us will have access to that story with the publication of Betty Reid Soskins’s outstanding autobiography Sign My Name To Freedom, scheduled for release by Hay House Publishers on February 6th. [More]

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Feb
22
6:00 PM18:00

Drinks and Discourse: Angela Tsay

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Grab a drink and hear from the key people who are shaping the region’s future. In this installment of SPUR’s exciting Drinks and Discourse series, we sit down with Angela Tsay, CEO and creative director of the Oakland retail mainstay Oaklandish. Come learn about her career path, what it takes to make a retail brand thrive in our online-focused economic environment, her thoughts on the future of downtown Oakland and much more. [More]

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Feb
24
5:00 PM17:00

Over the Moon: Celebrating 20 Years of Revolutionary Bike Love

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Over the past twenty years, we've helped tens of thousands of young people bike safely on city streets, helped thousands of students build bikes of their very own, and been on hella pedal-powered adventures in Oakland, and across Alameda and Contra Costa counties.

If you add up all the miles we have biked, from our schools to our parks and through our neighborhoods over the years, we've ridden halfway to the moon! On February 24, we hope you will join us to celebrate. [More]

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Feb
25
3:00 PM15:00

Black History Month Event: Mindful Drumming Workshop

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This is an annual Black History Month event hosted by the Attitudinal Healing Connection to raise funds for the ArtEsteem Program- a self-esteem building and skills for at promise children and youth. 

Join Kokomon Clottey for an experiential gathering of Mindful Drumming, movement and deep inner work. This is a Workshop. Mindful Drumming comes from the twin concepts of rhythm and sound. It is a way to uncover the different levels of communication and connect straight to the heart. Experience the ancient art of synchronistic rhythms and sounds for healing and unleashing the spirit of human potential. Kokomon Clottey is a native of Ghana, West Africa and is the author of "Mindful Drumming, Ancient Wisdom of Unleashing the Human Spirit and Building Community." [More]

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Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

African Book Club: STAY WITH ME (Nigeria)

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For our 24th installment, we'll be discussing the acclaimed Stay With Me, Ayôbámi Adébáyô (Novel, Nigeria), shortlisted for the Women's Fiction Prize.

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The compelling, inspiring, and comically sublime story of one man’s coming-of-age, set during the twilight of apartheid and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed. 

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Michiko Kakutani, New York Times • Newsday • Esquire • NPR • Booklist
Each first TUESDAY we meet over eats/drinks (available for purchase) to discuss the latest, hottest, award-winning, best-selling books out of Africa. All you have to do to join is read as much of the book as you canand show up prepared for a lively (but respectful) conversation. You may attend as few or as many sessions as you'd like. [More]

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Mar
3
9:00 AM09:00

Powerful Parent Conference for Black & Brown Families

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Spearitwurx & PorVida are honored to coordinate the Powerful Parent Conference - a culturally-based container for Parents of African and Latinx children to build community, share authentic experiences in our journey of parenting, and contribute tangible tools that can support healing families and protecting our youth from social toxins by surrounding them with love. [More]

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Mar
10
7:00 PM19:00

Anita Hill

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ANITA HILL, Saturday March 10, 2018, Oakland Marriott Hotel

“Anita Hill changed the conversation on workplace bias and harassment…she unleashed a wave of women running for office.”  The SFChronicle, April 2017.

An attorney and academic, Anita Hill is a leading proponent for women’s rights, workforce equity, and feminism. The youngest of 13 children of Albert and Erma Hill, Anita Hill hails from Arkansas family farmers, her great-grandparents and her maternal grandfather, born into slavery. Hill attended Oklahoma State University, then Yale Law School where she graduated with honors and is now a University Professor of Social Policy, Law, and Women’s Studies at Brandeis University and a faculty member of Brandeis’ Heller School for Social Policy and Management.

Hill is the author of three books, Speaking Truth to Power, Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race, and Finding Home and a tribute to Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court Justice who preceded Clarence Thomas, titled A Tribute to Thurgood Marshall: A Man Who Broke with Tradition on Issues of Race and Gender.

She became an attorney-adviser to Clarence Thomas who served as Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, then worked for Thomas when he became Chairman at the US EEOC.  Hill later openly testified in Senate Confirmation hearings to Thomas’ workforce sexual harassment history, making her a national figure for women speaking truth to power on matters relating to workforce bias and fairness. [More]

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May
23
10:00 AM10:00

PGM ONE Summit 2018

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The PGM ONE summit convenes emerging and established professionals of the global majority from the outdoor and environmental sectors to share, learn, heal, celebrate, build community, find support, and sharpen their analysis of equity in their field. For more information, visit www.pgmone.org

This ticket is for the 3 day summit and includes two full days of programming on Days 1 & 3, access to the job fair on Day 2, and meals. [More]

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Jan
18
6:30 PM18:30

Poster Making Party X Free Art Giveaway!

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Join us for an evening of creativity! We are partnering with Impact Hub Oakland and Amplifier for a free community event ahead of Women's March Oakland.

Please bring art supplies to share (cardboard, paint, markers, paper, etc)! We'll have a raffle, poster giveaways, food provided by Homeroom, Women's March Oakland gear for sale, and time to work together creatively as a community.

PLUS live screenprinting by Jhovany R. De Ala!

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