Beginning with this Volume (22 No. 1 & 2), Race, Poverty & the Environment (RP&E) articles will be published online first and print editions will be released as a single volume.
Closing reception for I AM SF exhibition and RP&E Release
February 22,2018 7 p.m. SF State
San Francisco State Univerity,
Caeser Chavez Student Center Art Gallery
1600 Holloway in SF.
Theater of the Oppressed and Playback Theater
Saturday, October 14 — 2:00-6:00 pm
(AND dinner 6:30 -8:30 after workshop)
Sunday, October 15 — 2:00-6:00 pm
(CLAWS) Collaborative Liberation Arts Workshop Series Spring Session:
a 5-week workshop series using movement and dance to open to change from within.
Biodanza facilitated by Mirjam Krohne
Five Saturdays, April 22 — May 20, 2017
Studio FAB 2525 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, CA 94612
CLAWS is a workshop series in Oakland that aims to create a laboratory where we can:
- experiment with new forms of collaboration using writing, theater and movement arts.
- explore how race, class and gender oppression can be resisted and transformed.
- work with one another inside and outside of sessions to create performance, story, and movement that can energize and liberate—personally and socially.
- create a community of reflection, performance and action.
Community college and low-income residents face big loss of public resource
By Marcy Rein and Christine Hanson
On weekdays the windswept lot next to the main campus of City College of San Francisco (CCSF) can hold close to 1,000 cars belonging to students and teachers. On weekends a motorcycle safety class practices there, as does the marching band from Archbishop Riordan High School. This lot, the Balboa Reservoir, is one of the largest tracts of public land in land-starved San Francisco—and a key arena in the city’s fight to stem displacement of its vulnerable communities and the institutions that serve them.