Film Screening/Barnstorming and Panel: Ghost Town to Havana

Northern California Barnstorming for Inner City Baseball Tour Barnstorm for Inner City Baseball with film screening of Ghost Town to Havana, the San Francisco Junior Giants, and Positive Coaching Alliance!  Join us for three free Bay Area community screenings. Ghost Town to Havana is a heartbreaking, funny, and inspirational story about mentorship, life, love, murder, kids, and baseball […]

Free Public Talk: Shaping San Francisco – Agents of Change

SAN FRANCISCO – As part of SHAPING SAN FRANCISCO’s Free Public Talks Series, Fred Glass (From Mission to Microchip: A History of the California Labor Movement), takes a long look at the labor history of California with Chris Carlsson (Foundsf.org), who focuses on the ebb and flow of class war in San Francisco. With videos and debate! […]

Film Screening/Barnstorming and Panel: Ghost Town to Havana

Northern California Barnstorming for Inner City Baseball Tour Barnstorm for Inner City Baseball with film screening of Ghost Town to Havana, the San Francisco Junior Giants, and Positive Coaching Alliance!  Join us for three free Bay Area community screenings. Ghost Town to Havana is a heartbreaking, funny, and inspirational story about mentorship, life, love, murder, kids, and baseball […]

Film Screening and Discussion: Born in East LA

LA HABRA– Professor Glen Mimura will facilitate a discussion of the eccentric immigration satire Born in East L.A. (Cheech Marin, 1987), leading with brief comments on the film’s historical context and its uncanny resonances with our current cultural-political climate.

Community Dialogue: Art As Activism

SAN DIEGO–Borderclick & the AjA Project invite you to a community dialogue considering the point of view of transborder students who live and study between Tijuana and San Diego. [Haga click para volante en español]

Film screening: BARAKA featuring live Danza Azteca and Discussion

OAKLAND–Visit the Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC) for a free screening of the visually stunning and thought-provoking documentary film “Baraka,” accompanied by a brief live Danza Azteca (Mexica) presentation with In Xochitl in Cuicatl, discussion, and refreshments.