Join us for The Future of Solidarity: How White People Can Support the Movement for Black Lives on March 8th at 7:00p at the First Congregational Church of Oakland (2501 Harrison Street).
Don’t live in the Bay Area? Bring your friends, family, and organization together to watch the panel via livestream.
This will be a conversation with members from the Bay Area chapter of Black Lives Matter including:
- Robbie Clark, Housing Rights Campaign Lead Organizer, Just Cause/Causa Justa,
- Devonté Jackson, Bay Area Organizer, Black Alliance for Just Immigration
- Janetta Johnson, Executive Director, Transgender, Gender Variant, and Intersex Justice Project
- with Clare Bayard, Catalyst Project
Catalyst Project, White Noise Collective, Bay Area Solidarity Action Team, and Showing Up for Racial Justice are thrilled to bring you this panel that will be followed by collective dialogue and activities.
Information on the events’s accessibility:
- This event is wheelchair accessible.
- This even will be livestreamed and have live transcription of the panel.
- This event will have a Fragrance-Free Section, please come as fragrance free as possible. For more on what that means and how to do it, please visit this page.
- Childcare provided upon request, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Let us know if you have other access needs (interpretation, limited transportation, etc.) by February 29th, email email@example.com
In love and solidarity,
on behalf of Catalyst Project