No Coal in Richmond Rally and Press Conference @ Richmond City Hall
Jun 20 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Know Your Rights! Training with Berkeley Copwatch @ Grassroots House
Jun 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join Berkeley Copwatch for a training.

– On the street
– When observing/recording
– Safely assert your rights
– What/how to document
– Respond to police misconduct
– Effectively observe the police in your community

This is a free event; snacks will be included! Bring your bodies and your buddies, as well as questions, concerns, stories, resources.

Check out the Berkeley Copwatch Know Your Rights Pocket Card here:

Oakland Screening of Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route @ Red Bay Coffee House
Jun 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Insitute and MATATU will be co-hosting a joint screening of the film “Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route”. MCLI board members Walter Riley and Vicki Sawicki will be joining filmmaker Pamela Sporn and mail carrier Wendell Watkins to speak after the screening.

The film explores the rise, demise and contested resurgence of America’s “motor city” through a multi-generational choir of voices who reside in mail carrier Wendell Watkins’ postal route. The role of racism is woven throughout the film, exposing the wall built in the 40’s on the northwest side of Detroit. The wall once divided whites and blacks. A must-see movie for those interested in understanding the history of our country tainted by racism.

Help Spread the word on social media here:

Omni General Assembly @ Omni Commons
Jun 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come by our open Delegates Meetings every other Thursday evening at 7pm! We’ll give space to brief announcements, updates from working groups, proposals up for consensus, and discussion around important issues. The schedule is created weekly at the following url:

This meeting usually happens in the Ballroom, but the the location may change depending on the access needs of people attending and other events taking place in the building.

Film: GhostFleet @ Shattuck Cinemas
Jun 21 all-day

[ Various times ]

Ghost Fleet follows a small group of activists who risk their lives on remote Indonesian islands to find justice and freedom for the enslaved fishermen who feed the world’s insatiable appetite for seafood. Bangkok-based Patima Tungpuchayakul, a Thai abolitionist, has committed her life to helping these “lost” men return home. Facing illness, death threats, corruption, and complacency, Patima’s fearless determination for justice inspires her nation and the world. (Fully subtitled)

Power to the People – Rally Outside PG&E Shareholder Meeting!
Jun 21 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

PG&E is holding their annual shareholder meeting and we want to let them know that their shareholders shouldn’t profit off the backs of ratepayers! Californians demand a seat at the table – let’s take back the power from this corrupt institution!

9am- we’ll meet in front of PG&E’s headquarters on Beale Street to gather together to honor the fire victims through a reading of names and sharing of stories.
10am – PG&E Shareholder meeting starts.
10am-1pm (speakers, letters from fire victims, spoken word, community art).

Please share widely! PM us with any questions.

The Amazon Is Not for Sale—Respect Indigenous Rights @ Brazilian Consulate
Jun 21 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Stand with local Indigenous activists in solidarity with their Indigenous relatives, the Amazon, and communities at risk under Brazilian’s President Bolsonaro.Idle No More SF Bay writes:  “Indigenous people and allies across the Americas are strongly opposed to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s actions to eliminate the rights and commit genocide of Indigenous people while opening up the Amazon to corporate interests.  Brasil Solidarity Network (BSN) has been organizing rallies at the Brazilian Consulate in San Francisco to stand up to Bolsonaro’s policies and to lift up the harms to Indigenous people, marginalized communities and the Amazon.  Idle No More SF Bay and local signatories on the Indigenous Women of the Americas Defending Mother Earth Treaty are collaborating on this action which is the Solstice obligation of the Treaty.  We invite you to join us.

This action will include speakers, music and the creation of a mural in front of the Brazilian Consulate.  You are invited to bring musical instruments, handmade banners and your open heart. Organizers do not expect arrests, but we encourage everyone to attend a training on nonviolent civil disobedience.  These trainings also share the many supporting roles that one can take other than risking arrest.”

Find updates on the action and more information about Bolsonaro’s racist policies on Facebook.

Sponsored by the Brasil Solidarity Network, Indigenous Women of the Americas Defending Mother Earth Treaty, and Idle No More SF Bay

Ethics In Tech Community Night and Comedy Show @ Internet Archives
Jun 21 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join Ethics In Technology for our Community Night and Comedy Show at the Internet Archive on June 21st at 6 PM.

Comedy acts interspersed with talks from NSA Comedy Host, former Amazon executive, and entrepreneur Vahid Razavi, author of Ethics in Tech, or The Lack Thereof and The Age of Nepotism.

Friday June 21st, 6PM Doors open for networking, Show starts at 7:00 PM at the Internet Archive.

Brett Wilkins- Independent Journalist and Board member of Ethics In Technology Will be Presenting Bug Splat.

Bugsplat: Can Technology Really Make War Less Deadly for Civilians?

There is a school of thought that posits advances in technology will make war less deadly for innocent civilians. But is that really true? We’ll examine the notion that “smart,” “precision” and other technologies have made armed conflicts less dangerous for civilians by looking at case studies from decades of US wars in the Middle East and beyond.

We will be showing the Movie “Drone” Directed by Tonje Hessen Schei and Produced by Interfaith Network on Drone Warfare

Bob Chandra has worked in high-tech since 1996; serving in Product Management roles for Twitter, Amazon, and Walmart Global E-Commerce. His talk is on the commercialization of military weapons including technologies such as Active Guardian (a pain beam used for crowd control) and LRAD (a long range acoustic weapon that produces ear splitting targeted sound).

Francesca Fiorentini is a correspondent, comedian and B-list internet celebrity. She was behind viral hits like “The Real Deal With the US Mexico Border” and “White Fragility in the Workplace”, and was host of the show Newsbroke on Facebook Watch. She has been in SF Sketchfest three years and counting and is currently host of the podcast The Bitchuation Room.

Chloe McGovern started doing stand-up comedy when she was 18 years old, a decision that proved to be irreparably damaging both morally and spiritually, but a true delight to audiences everywhere. She can be seen regularly opening for Rich Vos and competing in Roast Battles at The Stand, New York Comedy Club, and The Comedy Store.

Annette Mullaney is a software engineer and standup comic based in San Francisco. Named a “Comic to Catch” by the San Francisco Chronicle, her comedy is self-deprecating, feminist, existentialist, smart, vulgar, and full of big words to prove she’s been to grad school.

Abi See is a PhD student in Computer Science at Stanford University, where she specializes in Natural Language Processing – the application of Artificial Intelligence to human language. She comes from Cambridge, UK, and has performed comedy in New York and the Bay Area.

Vahid Razavi is the host of previous NSA Comedy Shows and Big Tech Comedy Roast. Previously employed at Amazon and many tech firms in the Valley. Author of a new book Ethics In Tech and Lack Thereof. Copies of the book will be shared with the audience.

All Net Proceeds from the sales of tickets will be donated to Ethics In Tech a new Non-Profit Organization.

Video recording of the stage will be taking place at this event.

Download Ethics In Tech and Lack Thereof. A Free Book By Vahid Razavi at

Jun 21 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm


Ok, folks, here’s the deal: the Main stream media (MSM) is so full of lies, it’s got the masses confused!!  There’s only a few places we can get the truth.

Chelsea and Julian, were two of the most important WHISTLE BLOWERS to tell the truth about USA’s illegal, immoral WARS. That’s why our “US leadership” wants them dead. USA is the largest TERRORIST country in history, killing, wounding, and forcing immigration on millions of folks all over the world!!

To us, saving Chelsea and Julian is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT! They told us the truth about the wars! And all the NEW MACARTHYISM.  is due to blaming Julian for being a puppet of Russia.  So much of all our issues stem from the honesty of Chelsea and Julian!! That’s why our govt. wants to kill them!

Please join us Fridays at noon to 1, at our vigil/demo/music/potluck  at MacArthur and Fruitvale, and if you know other organizations around the state and the country, contact them and encourage them to organize to protect Chelsea and Julian as well!! We have some pretty good posters, but also bring your own. Thanks. gg and Orion

Permaculture Action Day @ Hoover Elementary School Garden
Jun 22 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm



Water Harvesting Design Principles w/ Brennan Blazer Bird of SolutionCraft
Gardening On A Budget w/ Khadija Khansia
Community Assembly on the Equitable Climate Action Plan with Oakland Climate Action Coalition
Disaster Preparedness with Sharena Thomas of People’s Community Medics (workshop sponsored by the NorCal Resilience Network)
The Colors of Us: A Natural Dying Skillshare  w/ Grace


  • Rainwater Catchment Earthworks
  • Building a Cob / Adobe Wall
  • Creating a Wishing Well
  • Building Edging for Garden Beds
  • Weeding, Planting, and Mulching
  • Building Natural Benches for Students & Crossing Guards
  • MOOP (Matter Out of Place) Clean Up
  • Painting Educational Signage
  • Extending the Chicken Run off the Coop
  • Installing Solar Panels on the Outdoor Kitchen
Film Screening & Discussion: Good Night & Good Luck. Independent Journalism vs… @ New Valencia Hall
Jun 22 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
sm_good_night_3_copy_4_3x-100.jpg Film Screening & Discussion:
Good Night & Good Luck.
Independent Journalism vs. The Reactionary Right

“Good Night, and Good Luck” chronicles the clash between Edward R. Murrow, American broadcast journalist, and right-wing Senator Joseph McCarthy. At the height of the Cold War, McCarthy whipped up fear by accusing anyone who opposed him politically of being a communist.
Once again, right-wing leaders like Trump, Duterte, Erdogan, and Bolsonaro utilize fear and prejudice to scapegoat immigrants, national minorities, LGBTQ folks and people of color for problems brought on by the global profit system.
Independent media are key in exposing the bigotry of the reactionary right. The Freedom Socialist newspaper has been on the frontlines of radical reporting that highlights working class struggles and lessons. Share your thoughts about the film in the discussion following the screening.

Doors open at 1:30pm, door donation
Light lunch available for $7
Auspices: Freedom Socialist Party or visit us on Facebook at Freedom Socialist Party-Bay Area.

Support folks robbed by the city in the sweeps! @ DPW Operations Yard, Gate
Jun 22 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Stolen Belonging – A Public Reclamation at DPW Operations Yard
Food, Drinks, Music, Art and Collective Action
[Detiails here:]

Hosted by Stolen Belonging Project & Coalition on Homelessness
Location: DPW Operations Yard back gate at the intersection of Kansas and Marin, where one is supposed to ask the guard to retrieve their confiscated belongings. (building address is 2323 Cesar Chavez, but go to back gate.)

Join us, houseless residents, housing justice advocates, human rights lawyers and ‘housies’ who want to hold the city accountable for the ongoing theft and violence against those who currently have no roof. This creative action/event will feature art and written stories gathered by our team over the last 7 months, spoken word, and music by Brass Liberation Orchestra. Our main initiative, however, will be supporting and witnessing unhoused folks in their efforts to retrieve possessions taken in the sweeps, which, as SF city policy states, should be bagged, tagged and stored at the DPW yard for 90 days. In the majority of cases, the belongings should have never been taken in the first place.

*We are asking housed folks to bring survival gear or supplies to donate since we know the city has likely trashed or stolen their things in violation of human and constitutional rights, not to mention SF’s own policies. See the following page for a list of requested items and please leave a comment in this event page for what you commit to bringing (include quantity and description).

There will be some food and drinks, though priority will be given to houseless folks. Feel free to bring snacks to share! Please let your homeless neighbors know about this event and inform them that our team, human rights lawyers and advocates will be on site to record their story of what’s been taken and the impact its had on them.

This is a kid and family friendly event.

For more information on the Stolen Belonging Project, visit To get involved with COH, visit

#StolenBelonging #StopTheSweeps #ServicesNotSweeps!

Fallen Heroes, Rising Stars: A Juneteenth Celebration Through Dance @ Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts
Jun 22 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Grown Women Dance Collective (GWDC) presents the 10th annual Fallen Heroes, Rising Stars: A Juneteenth Celebration Through Dance, featuring powerhouse performances honoring musical greats and civic leaders whose legacies continue to inform and inspire.

All stars of the dance world come together to celebrate dance, music & American history. This event honors the legacy of African American artists such as Aretha Franklin, Nancy Wilson, Prince, Whitney Houston, Natalie Cole, Nipsey Hussle & Maya Angelou. Former soloists with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Martha Graham Company, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, & over 40 Broadway shows, perform beautifully crafted pieces to iconic songs by these artists. Using dance and music to teach and celebrate African American history, the power of dancers in their 40’s & 50’s uplift, inspire, and create a family-friendly, can’t sit still in your seat celebration of who we are as Americans that will have you singing to yourself for weeks.

Fallen Heroes, Rising Stars: A Juneteenth Celebration Through Dance pays homage to the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States – Juneteenth. On June 19, 1865 enslaved people in Texas were informed by Union soldiers that the Civil War had ended and they were free. The news came two and a half years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. GWDC’s production reflects the larger themes of the Juneteenth holiday: Jubilation, self-development, respect for all cultures and the betterment of community. The show is a joyful, inspiring and family-friendly evening of dance, music and American history.

Sunflower Alliance @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Jun 23 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Sunflower Alliance Meeting

Please join us for our regular biweekly meeting of the Sunflower Alliance.  We’ll discuss ongoing campaigns and future plans and identify upcoming actions we can take to fight fossil fuels and work for a just and sustainable world.  Old friends and newcomers are equally welcome.  We need your participation and your voice!

Emma Goldman: Her Legacy, Anarchy, and Complexities, and Occupy. In Honor of Her 150th Birthday. @ Oscar Grant Plaza amphitheatre
Jun 23 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

In Honor of her 150th birthday: Emma Goldman:
Her Legacy, Anarchy, and Complexities, and Occupy

By Candace Falk, Founding Editor/Director,The Emma Goldman Papers, UC, Berkeley 

Please spread the word to your friends and social media contacts!

Candace will speak about Emma Goldman, her legacy, her complexities, and the often misunderstood range of her definition of anarchism, and the spontaneity and collaborative nature of Occupy that resonates with her imagined vision of  the future.  Candace is founding editor of the Emma Goldman Papers at UC Berkeley, which has collected, identified, and published 22,000 documents by and about Emma Goldman, and which is now available on open access through  She is also editor of three of a four-volume fully annotated selected book edition of Emma Goldman’s American years, from 1890, when she entered the political stage, to her deportation in 1919; as well as various school curricula and traveling exhibitions.  Candace will read some choice excerpts from her papers, and discuss why Emma Goldman lives on.

Candace’s work began when she was in her 20s and serendipitously discovered Emma’s love letters in a guitar shop in Chicago’s Hyde Park.  The treasure trove became the basis of her book, Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman, (about to be re-issued this month on June 27th, Emma Goldman’s 150th birthday)– a respectful, and steamy story of the complexity of matching one’s vision and reality– in love and in politics.

Candace Falk:
* Founding Editor/Director,The Emma Goldman Papers, University of California, Berkeley (as of July 1st: The Emma Goldman Papers Public History Project).
* Author: Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman
* Collaborative author, Emma Goldman: A Documentary History of the American Years 1890-1919,  a four volume series.
* Guggenheim Fellowship recipient
* Hamer Award from the Society of American Archivists.
* Frequent speaker – radio interviewee -and contributor to various books, including an essay “Nearer My Subject to Thee: Over 30 years of documentary engagement with Emma Goldman”

This engagement brought to you by the participants in the Occupy Oakland General Assembly.

The talk will be followed by the General Assembly, possibly abbreviated, wherein we will discuss the area’s activist events that have happened over the last week and the upcoming week’s events.  And other political/activist/social justice topics that anyone wishes to bring up.


Occupy Oakland General Assembly @ Oscar Grant Plaza
Jun 23 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

The Occupy Oakland General Assembly meets every Sunday at 4 PM at Oscar Grant Plaza amphitheater at 14th Street & Broadway near the steps of City Hall. If for some reason the amphitheater is being used otherwise and/or OGP itself is inaccessible, we will meet at Kaiser Park, right next to the statues, on 19th St. between San Pablo and Telegraph. If it is raining (as in RAINING, not just misting) at 4:00 PM we meet in the basement of the Omni Collective, 4799 Shattuck Ave., Oakland. (Note: we tend to meet at 3:00 PM during the cooler months from November to early March after Daylights Savings Time.)

On every ‘last Sunday’ we meet a little earlier at 3 PM to have a community potluck to which all are welcome.

OO General Assembly has met on a continuous basis for over six years, since October 2011! Our General Assembly is a participatory gathering of Oakland community members and beyond, where everyone who shows up is treated equally. Our Assembly and the process we have collectively cultivated strives to reach agreement while building community.

At the GA committees, caucuses, and loosely associated groups whose representatives come voluntarily report on past and future actions, with discussion. We encourage everyone participating in the Occupy Oakland GA to be part of at least one associated group, but it is by no means a requirement. If you like, just come and hear all the organizing being done! Occupy Oakland encourages political activity that is decentralized and welcomes diverse voices and actions into the movement.

General Assembly Standard Agenda

Welcome & Introductions
Reports from Committees, Caucuses, & Independent Organizations
(Optional) Discussion Topic

Occupy Oakland activities and contact info for some Bay Area Groups with past or present Occupy Oakland members.

Occupy Oakland Web Committee: (
Strike Debt Bay Area :
Berkeley Post Office Defenders:
Alan Blueford Center 4 Justice:
Oakland Privacy Working Group:
Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity:
Bay Area AntiRepression:
Biblioteca Popular:
Interfaith Tent:
Port Truckers Solidarity:
Bay Area Intifada:
Transport Workers Solidarity:
Fresh Juice Party (aka Chalkupy)
Sudo Room:
Omni Collective:
First They Came for the Homeless:
Sunflower Alliance:
Bay Area Public School:

San Francisco based groups:
Occupy Bay Area United:
Occupy Forum: (see OBAU above)
San Francisco Projection Department:

Encampment Management Policy – A Different Approach @ Oakland City Hall, Sgt. Mark Dunakin Room
Jun 25 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm


Show up for the Life Enrichment Committee meeting on Tuesday, June 25th, 4 PM, Sgt. Mark Dunakin Room – 1st Floor at Oakland City Hall.

Councilmember Nikki Fortunado Bas and Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan are championing “Item 9. Supplemental Report for Encampment Management Policy And Program.”

If you can’t make the hearing but would like to leave an electronic comment that will become a part of the official record the link is here –

Here are some general talking points:

  • Housing is a human right. A key function of our city government is to make sure that everyone has shelter. We must bring together residents, developers, and housing advocates — and collaborate with the county and state — to co-construct win-win solutions to improve and increase affordable housing, and provide options for our unsheltered neighbors.
  • Public lands must be used for public good. We must ensure our public lands are used for public good by supporting a public lands policy that prioritizes affordable housing and permanent supportive housing projects, and designates city-owned parcels for sanctioned camps that provide sanitation and services and move homeless neighbors off dangerous streets.
  • Providing wrap around services. We must increase resources to provide essential services to our homeless neighbors, with rapid measures that move people into stable temporary housing while we work toward permanent housing solutions, as well as provide increased wraparound health services and sanitation to our homeless community. We must treat each person with compassion, keeping families and communities together.
  • Shelter options for the unhoused. We must approach our homelessness crisis in as humane and compassionate ways as possible. Our commitment needs to be on solutions that create long-term stability for unhoused neighbors and focus on permanent shelter. We cannot displace unhoused residents from one part of the city to another. We need to upgrade their conditions — otherwise we’re not solving the issue, we’re just forcing people to move around. Each person that the City evicts today and tomorrow needs the opportunity to speak with a service provider about their situation and have adequate shelter to move to, which does not force them to lose all of their belongings or put them in an unsafe situation.
  • Independent Audit and Workgroup. We support a full, independent performance audit of the Encampment Management Team (EMT) to ensure that unhoused residents are being treated fairly and with dignity. In addition, we support the creation of a collaborative workgroup that includes Councilmembers, City Staff, and representatives of the homeless and advocacy community to advance new strategies addressing the homelessness crisis, for instance, developing self-governed encampments or implementing the city’s public lands policy. Finally, we support proposals to create a Homeless Commission to address the broad issues of homelessness and policies impacting the unsheltered population across the city.

Also, please share your personal stories or experiences.

This proposal changes every aspect of how Oakland Engages the Unsheltered:

  • Encampment Management and Closures
  • Providing Services to the Unsheltered
  • Self-Governance and Sanctioned Encampments
  • Community Cabins and Other Shelter Options.
  • Safety at Encampments and Community Policing Alternatives
  • Employment Opportunities for the Unsheltered.
  • Transparency and Accountability
  • Ongoing Evaluation and Audit

Read Councilmember Bas’ updated report –

Sgt. Mark Dunakin Room

Oakland City Hall

Oakland CA

Banning Facial Recognition – Oakland Public Safety Committee
Jun 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Agenda Item 4:

Subject: Face Recognition Technology
From: Council President Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 9.64 To Prohibit The City Of Oakland From Acquiring And/Or Using Face Recognition Technology

“Sand and Blood: America’s Stealth War on the Mexico  Border” @ St. Johns Presbyterian Church
Jun 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

KPFA Radio 94.1 FM & St. John’s Presbyterian Church present:


“Sand and Blood: America’s Stealth War on the Mexico  Border”

Hosted by Miguel Guerrero

Advance tickets: $12: :: T: 800-838-3006  or

Pegasus Books (3 sites):
Books Inc (Berkeley),
Walden Pond Bookstore,
East Bay Books, Mrs. Dalloway’s

Benefits KPFA Radio 94.1FM

 “Sand and Blood: America’s Stealth War on the Mexico Border” is a damning portrait of the southern border, where militaristic fantasies are being unleashed and violent technologies are being tested, always targetting impoverished immigrants.

The groundwork for our current situation began in the 1980s and 1990s. But after 9/11, while Americans’ attention was trained on the Middle East, a War on Terror was ramping up on our own soil—aimed not at terrorists but at economic migrants, refugees, and families from South and Central America seeking jobs, safety, and freedom in the US. The Border Patrol grew exponentially, ICE detention centers cropped up across the country, and the southern border has become more militarized than ever before. But we are no safer. Instead, families are being ripped apart, undocumented people are living in fear, and thousands of migrants have died in detention or crossing the border.

“John Carlos Frey is one of the finest examples I know of a journalist who cares. His tireless efforts for years to expose injustices along America’s southern border are particularly impressive when gathered together in one book. We need more … journalists like this.” Fred Peabody, director, All Governments Lie and The Corporate Coup d’État 

John Carlos Frey is an investigative reporter and documentary filmmaker based in Los Angeles. A five-time Emmy Award winner, he is a special correspondent for PBS NewsHour, a former correspondent for The Marshall Project, and a longtime Type Investigations journalist at the Type Media Center. His investigative work has been featured on 60 Minutes, PBS, and Dan Rather Reports, and in the Los Angeles Times, the Huffington Post, Salon, Need to Know online, the Washington Monthly, and El Diario. His documentary films include “The Invisible Mexicans of Deer Canyon”, “The Invisible Chapel”, “The 800 Mile Wall”, and “The Real Death Valley.” He is the 2012 recipient of the Scripps Howard Award, the Sigma Delta Chi award, the IRE Medal, and the Polk Award, among others, for his investigative work.

Miguel Guerrero was born in Michoacán, Mexico, and has been working for KPFA since 2004. He Is a graduate of the KPFA Apprenticeship Program and is currently the Technical Producer for the Music Department. Miguel hosts the weekly Latin alternative music show Rock en Rebelión, which includes commentaries on social and political issues. He also contributes to the programs La Raza Chroniclesand Ritmo.


Ella Baker Center Open House
Jun 26 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

June 26, 2019 – 3:30pm to 5:30pm

Please join us for an office warming as we celebrate our new home with food, drink, and community!

Parking: Parking near the office is limited.

ublic Transporation: The Ella Baker Center’s new space is at the intersection of International Blvd and 34th Ave, just two blocks north of the Fruitvale BART station. Multiple AC transit lines also stop nearby.