• August 29 — On the occasion of the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a special free screening & discussion:
“Join us for a screening of Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek, and a conversation about how this story of environmental disaster and grassroots leadership speaks to challenges faced by Bay Area communities and hopes for the future.” After the film, there will be an opportunity for viewers to join a conversation with filmmaker Leah Mahan, moderator Milton Reynolds of Facing History and Ourselves, and young people engaged with Literacy for Environmental Justice as Eco-stewards of Bayview-Hunters Point.
You can watch the trailer of the documentary here.
August 29, 2015 at 12pm – 2pm
32 Jennings St
San Francisco, CA 94124
Google map and directions
• September 1 — Deadline to apply for UNtraining White Liberal Racism Phase 1A (SF). Participants must be able to commit to all six meetings: October 18, November 15, December 13, January 17, February 21, March 20.
• Sept. 12, 5-7PM | OACC — Challenging Antiblackness in Asian Communities
• Sept. 27, 1-2:30 pm — BEYOND THE BLUES: A PRISON ORATORIO
• October 9 –– Instructional Coaching for Equity workshop in Oakland, CA
• October 11 — National Coming Out Day
• October 18 — UNtraining meeting
• November 13-14 — The White Privilege Conference proudly presents “Understanding, Respecting, Connecting: The White Privilege Symposium by the Bay”
Friday, November 13, 6:30pm to 10:00pm, at Oakland Impact Hub
Saturday, November 14, 9:00am to 4:30 pm at St. Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco
Dave “Davey D” Cook
Plus a special address by WPC Founder and Director, Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr.
and many more!
Join us for this landmark regional symposium as The national White Privilege Conference brings to the Bay Area its acclaimed, robust model of engagement and action. Join frontline Bay Area racial justice activists, academics, and artists as we explore the pressing issues of our time; understand root causes of systemic injustice; build solidarity and community; and develop strategies for dismantling oppression. We will offer adult and youth tracks, with programming designed for participants from diverse sectors of the Bay Area, including high school and college students, K-12 and higher education faculty, grassroots activists, social workers, nonprofit and government employees, artists, members of the spiritual/faith community, among others.
• November 15 — UNtraining meeting
• November 20 — International Transgender Day of Remembrance
• December 13 — UNtraining meeting
• January 15 — Instructional Coaching for Equity workshop in Oakland, CA
• January 17 — UNtraining meeting
• January 18 — Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; registration for WPC opens
• January 19 — POCIS Adult Conference
• January 21 — Kamau Right Now!
• January 23 — Lunar Year Lion Dancing: Traveling Festival
• February 8 — Lunar New Year: the year of the Monkey
• February 21 — UNtraining meeting
• March 20 — UNtraining meeting