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On the theme of “Migration is Beautiful: Immigration is a Human Right”,
Santa Cruz County Community Coalition to Overcome Racism, in collaboration with Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County invites you to participate in a free public bilingual workshop in Watsonville.
Our vision is for Santa Cruz County to be a place where all people are valued, respected and appreciated.
We invite you to participate in this vision!
When: Saturday April 28, 2018
Where: City of Watsonville Community Room
275 Main Street – Top Floor
Time: 10 AM to 4 PM Doors open at 9:30 AM
This event is Free – Lunch will be provided – Donations are welcome and appreciated!
In this workshop we will:
- Celebrate the diverse stories of migration in our community.
- Examine the devastating impact of the colonial mindset.
- Learn how we can decolonize our minds and reclaim our rich cultural heritages and interdependence.
For more information visit the Facebook Event Page
Please register Here
Please promote this event through your networks.
We hope that you and your community will attend and thank you for your work!
To train, equip and support community members and
institutions to effectively work toward racial equity.
A thriving, equitable and diverse community free from poverty and injustice.
Lowell Hurst, Mayor City of Watsonville – Jenny Sarmiento, Community Organizer – Indivisible South County – United Way of Santa Cruz County.Dear Friends,
Dear Friends, Santa Cruz County Community Coalition to Overcome Racism invites you to attend a free public screening of the World Trust film “Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity.” Come learn about the causes and consequences of systemic racial inequity with small group discussions. “This event is both challenging and uplifting, and is […]
Dear Friends, Santa Cruz County Community Coalition to Overcome Racism invites you to our next educational workshop titled: (DE)Colonialism – Breaking Free From the Colonial Mindset This workshop, a module of the “Racial Equity Learning” series developed by World Trust Educational Services*, allows participants to explore further some of the root causes of racial inequities. The […]