Truth + Justice = Hope: California Ocean and Climate Justice Summit
June 10, 2021. Eight emerging BIPOC environmental justice leaders shared their experiences and insights into how and why things are broken and how we might begin to envision and implement meaningful solutions. Their stories and dialogue will inspire us to explore how we can evolve beyond fundamentally flawed systems that rely on environmental racism and sacrifice zones. Organized by Save Our Shores and RCNV.
View the event here (Coming Soon)
Revolution of Values
April 3, 2021, with Professor David H. Anthony III from the University of California at Santa Cruz, Professor of African History. Professor Anthony commented on the urgent relevance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech in which he urged a nonviolent revolution of values to save our society from racism, militarism and economic exploitation.
Multiracial Movement for Democracy
December 13, 2020, featured Professor Paul Ortiz from the University of Florida, author of An African American and Latinx History of the United States, Professor Emeritus Ilene Feinman from California State University at Monterey Bay, an expert in social movements, and Professor David H. Anthony III from University of California at Santa Cruz, historian and analyst of African and African American social and cultural histories. The forum was moderated by Silvia Morales, Executive Director of the Resource Center for Nonviolence.
Palestinian Future and Israeli Annexation
September 26, 2020, featured Zoughbi Alzoughbi, founder and Director of Wi’am The Palestinian Conflict Transformation Center in Bethlehem, Palestine, and Ahmad Abouznaid, Executive Director of the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights in Washington, DC. As Black Lives Matter and antiracism movements expose racism in the US, stand with Palestinians exposing the racism of Israeli annexation, occupation and aparthied. Cosponsored by the Palestine Justice Coalition, Resource Center for Nonviolence, and Progressive Christian Forum.