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|Televizing the Revolution -benefit 4 HOMEY (Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth|
|Date||Tuesday November 28|
|Time||8:00 PM - 10:30 PM|
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|El Rio, 3158 Mission St. @ Valencia, San Francisco|
|headsup [at] riseup.net|
The Heads Up Collective presents
Televising the Revolution
A benefit for HOMEY (Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth)
Short Films By & About Native Youth
a series of documentary shorts created by or about Bay Area Native youth
Through the youth development practices of skill building, relationship building, youth participation in decision-making, and community involvement, HOMEY works to transform the lives of Indigenous and Chicano/ Latino youth living in San Francisco’s Mission district.
HOMEY has a media and education program that produces the youth driven newspaper You Gotta Feel Me, a Native Grafix Entrepreneur Program, and does ongoing youth organizing work both locally and on statewide campaigns to reform the California Youth Authority, and to end gun shows and gun sales in the Mission community.
Part of an ongoing monthly series showcasing radical films and supporting
local organizing. Films are shown on the patio at El Rio every month.
Event is free, but donations accepted. Space is wheelchair accessible, but
bathrooms are not. 21 and over.
For more information, please contact
radfilms [at] lycos.com