OUR NEXT PEOPLE'S ASSEMBLY: Building an Oakland for our Youth
Join us for this important conversation, facilitated by Youth for Cat Brooks, and featuring a creative dialogue that centers on issues young people face.
Where: 955 7th St., Oakland
When: Saturday 8/18/2018 from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Tuesday, August 21, 6:30PM @ Joyce Gordon Gallery: Preserving Oakland's Black Legacy
Our community is being torn apart by displacement and police violence. This People’s Assembly will focus on the needs, dreams and concerns of Black folks in Oakland. Join us to imagine an Oakland where displaced Black folks have the right to return to their communities, true public safety, and access to equitable opportunities. Conversation facilitated by Ayodele Nzinga, Executive Producing Director, The Lower Bottom Playaz.
Wednesday, August 22, 6:30PM: Fostering Resilience: A Conversation with People of Many Faiths
Join us at St. Columba Catholic Church (6401 San Pablo Ave.) for this opportunity to talk together about what the interfaith community needs from city government.
We want to hear from the People. These Assemblies are an important part of our platform development. We believe input from the community is essential, so we hope you'll join us. Watch this space for location updates.
- Public Safety: A Safe and Sanctuary City for All
Education Assembly: What is the Real Promise to Oakland’s Kids?
- Creating an Equitable Oakland
- A Conversation with the Asian/Pacific Islander Community
- Jobs & the Economy
- A Conversation with the Latinx Community
- Disability Justice
- A Conversation with the LGBTQIA Community
- Taking Care of Our Own: A Conversation with Elders in Oakland
- Creating a Thriving Community with Small Business