You have a role to play over the next four years. Explore what it can be this Saturday.
If you have experienced grief over the past week, we understand. If you have marched, held hands around the lake, worn a safety pin, walked out of school, or were too overwhelemed to do any of that, we understand.
But you have a role to play in making our community and our nation a place that cares for the wellbeing of the earth, where immigrants and people of all faiths can walk the streets safely, where people (and particularly women) have access to health care, where LGBTQ+ people's rights are protected, where people with disabilities are valued for their contributions, where bullying and harrassment have no place in our society.
If you are brand new to activism or are looking for a new way to engage, join the people who are working in immigration reform and legal services, anti-bullying work, ending mass incarceration, and creating connections between people of all races.
Find out how you can use your power to reject hate and create what Dr. Martin Luther King called The Beloved Community.
Participating organizations will be added to the Facebook Event page as they are confirmed.
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Oakland Peace Center
259 29th Street
Oakland, CA 94611