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"How Do I Work on My Issue and All of Yours at the Same Time?"
Date Saturday February 10
Time 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Location Details
S.F. Friends Meeting House
65 Ninth St.
between Market and Mission
near Civic Center BART
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorJim Haber
Emailufpj-bayarea [at]
Ms. Friday will start off the discussion, followed by comments from a remarkable panel of local peace and justice workers, followed with ample time for all participants to weigh in.
Lunch provided, followed in the afternoon by more focused discussion on how UFPJ-Bay Area and all of us can better work with all the groups and issues we know need our full attention.

Participants include:
Morteza Tajally (Bay Area Iranian American Democrats)
Rev. Michael Yoshi (Ehren Watada Support Committee and Buena Vista United Methodist Church)
Evelyn Sanchez (Advocacy Coordinator: Bay Area Immigrant Rights Coalition)
Zaid Albanna (Board Member, Education for Peace in Iraq Center, EPIC)
Reverend Daniel Buford (People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, New Orleans and People's Institute West)
Jackie Cabasso (Convener of UFPJ Nuclear Disarmament/Redefining Security Working Group, and Executive Director, Western States Legal Foundation)
Marisa Handler (former national organizer for Tikkun Community and author of Loyal to the Sky: Notes from an Activist)
Ora Knowell (West Oakland Lowe Bottom Fatherless Children's Foundation)
YOU! (your organization here, if you identify with one)

To support this work and UFPJ-Bay Area we
are asking for the following donations.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Fri & Sat both: $25 (see separate event listing on 2/9)
Sat: $20
Fri: $10
(and thank you to the Vanguard Foundation for their generous support)

About George Friday:
George Friday is a native North Carolinian. She attended UNC, Chapel Hill and graduated in 1982 with BA degrees in Political Science, Economics and African American Studies. Most of her early career was spent organizing in low income white, African-American, and Native communities. She feels strongly that her work is informed by her vision of justice and that the most effective and transformative organizing is best done in the context of relationships. This is demonstrated in her nearly 25 years of volunteer and professional efforts to bring equity to marginalized communities, build capacity among constituencies that have little experience accessing resources and garnering power for change, and assisting non-profit allies to build systems and structures to meet the growing needs of thier constituencies. George has served on the boards of the Grassroots Policy Project, the Center for Voting and Democracy, the New World Foundation and the Economic Human Rights Project. She has also served on the Advisory Committee of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and is honored to serve as one of three co-chairs for United for Peace and Justice.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Feb 6th, 2007 6:17 AM
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