SAVE THE DATE - SATURDAY MAY 12TH @ 9AM to join the 67 Sueños family at Lake Merritt for our annual HELLA UndocuRUN!
Whether you run, walk, roll or stroll, it doesn't matter, come and spend your morning in community to raise the issues that affect each of our lives. Our event stands as a show of resistance, a reminder of our people power, and a commitment to find a way to challenge our representatives and leaders.
During his presidency, Trump ended DACA, rescinded TPS for Nicaraguans, Haitians, Hondurans, and Salvadorans, implemented a travel ban, and rallied against refugees. The reality is that this didn't begin with Trump. This comes after centuries of colonization, genocide, displacement, and constant harrassment of our people.
Together let's reclaim our sacred space and continue our legacy of resistance and ally support for all of our undocumented, black, Muslim, wombyn, and queer brothers and sisters who have been victimized, brutalized, and criminalized.
We honor everyone who has been separated from their loved ones; we call for policy shifts and awareness of vulnerable migrant groups; we demand migrant justice and NO MORE WALLS. Bring the issues that you are passionate about and lift them up with us.
By joining the run, you are supporting the leadership of the 67 Sueños youth and the future they will help create. Our leaders are undocumented or come from mixed-status families. Now more than ever we must hear and follow the direction of our impacted youth.
ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE IS WELCOME AND INVITED, including your furry best friend!
All funding supports 67 Sueños in its ongoing work to train and empower youth leaders from our San Francisco and Oakland high school students.
Individual: $25 // Team of 10 runners: $100
Photo courtesy of Willie Sanchez
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]
Justice Rising: Our History. Our Future.
Featuring Dolores Huerta, Melissa Harris-Perry, Alicia Garza, and Senator Kevin de León
Every year, the Economic Summit brings together a diverse array of leaders to connect, brainstorm, celebrate and strategize on important economic issues affecting communities of color.
From climate change, healthcare, leadership development, art and activism, to grassroots organizing and more — this unique gathering “connects the dots” in a way that’s unlike any other meeting or conference we know of.
In these turbulent times, our 2018 Economic Summit marks The Greenlining Institute’s 25th anniversary – drawing strength from two and a half decades of racial justice advocacy, honoring those who came before us, and looking ahead to a more equitable future. Leaders of color from across the country will take the stage to look beyond today’s challenges and explore a future with racial equity in all policies.
We invite you to join nearly 1000 advocates, activists, artists, students, scholars and leaders from across professional sectors for a day of connection, mobilization, and inspiring conversation.
Come celebrate new books by favorite writers! Jennifer S. Cheng's "MOON: LETTERS, MAPS, POEMS" (Tarpaulin Sky, May 2018) and Vi Khi Nao's "Sheep Machine" (Black Sun Lit 2018). We might even have more writers releasing more books!
Jennifer S. Cheng writes at the intersection of essay and poetry. Her second book, a hybrid collection MOON: LETTERS, MAPS, POEMS, was selected by Bhanu Kapil as winner of the Tarpaulin Sky Book Award. She is also the author of HOUSE A, selected by Claudia Rankine as winner of the Omnidawn Poetry Book Prize, and INVOCATION: AN ESSAY, an image-text chapbook published by New Michigan Press. Her writing appears in Tin House, Conjunctions, AGNI, The Literary Hub, Black Warrior Review, DIAGRAM, The Normal School, Guernica, Hong Kong 20/20 (a PEN Hong Kong anthology), and elsewhere. She has received fellowships and awards from Brown University, the University of Iowa, San Francisco State University, the U.S. Fulbright program, Kundiman, Bread Loaf, and the Academy of American Poets. Having grown up in Texas, Connecticut, and Hong Kong, she lives in the Outer Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. www.jenniferscheng.com
VI KHI NAO was born in Long Khanh, Vietnam. She is the author, most recently, Umbilical Hospital, and of the forthcoming story collection, A Brief Alphabet of Torture, which won FC2’s Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Prize in 2016, the novel, Fish in Exile (Coffee House Press, 2016), and the poetry collection, The Old Philosopher, which won the Nightboat Books Prize for Poetry in 2014. She holds an MFA in fiction from Brown University, where she received the John Hawkes and Feldman Prizes in fiction and the Kim Ann Arstark Memorial Award in poetry.
Join your neighbors to clean and green Oakland's creeks and shoreline. Groups and individuals of all ages and abilities are invited to join watershed cleanup and restoration projects at creeks, parks, and neighborhood sites throughout Oakland. All tools are provided. [More]
Meet mystery mavens Janet Dawson and Wendy Hornsby, who will discuss their work and read from their newest novels.
Janet Dawson is well known to local readers as the author of twelve novels featuring Oakland private investigator Jeri Howard. She was the winner of the St. Martin's Press/Private Eye Writers of America contest for best first private eye novel and has been nominated for the Shamus, Macavity and Anthony Awards. Her latest novel is The Ghost in Roomette Four, the third in her California Zephyr mystery series.
Edgar Award-winning author Wendy Hornsby has written thirteen mystery novels and many, many short stories. She also taught ancient and Medieval history at Long Beach City College for 38 years. Her latest mystery featuring filmmaker Maggie MacGowen takes the intrepid investigative filmmaker across Europe in Number 7, Rue Jacob. [More Information, Location]
Oakland is our city so its future is up to us. Join us for the 6th annual CityCamp at Oakland’s historic City Hall to share ideas on how to improve local government. This is a space for Oakland non-profits and community organizations to collaborate on ways to tackle Oakland's most pressing issues. Everyone is welcome at this free event. Our goals:
Bring together residents, young people, students, community leaders, local government officials, municipal employees, artists, developers, designers, journalists to share perspectives and insights about living and working in Oakland, and what can be improved.
Work together to find joint solutions. There might be multiple organizations tackling the same issue but you wouldn't know it unless we all come together.
Learn best practices from the tech world in areas such as Project Management, User Research, and Communications/Outreach. Use these practices to further the mission of organizations and be more effective with you do.
Attend a one-day workshop co-sponsored by the Lokey School and Women’s Global Leadership Initiative (WGLI), an organization dedicated to providing women with the essential tools needed to succeed in their careers. Hear from inspiring speakers who are breaking down barriers. Participate in interactive workshops where you will learn how to identify your strengths, articulate your value, and transform your future.
** Danielle DeRuiter Williams, CEO of The Justice Collective and Community Development Specialist with the City and County of San Francisco (Lokey alumna!)
** Cristina Trujillo, Director of Corporate Sponsorships at LatinaVIDA
Light Lunch and Refreshments Provided
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