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|Round Table Discussion Re-Visions: Black and Brown Resisting State Violence|
|Date||Friday April 17|
|Time||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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|Uptown Body and Fender, across from the Oakland Palestine Solidarity Mural in Oakland, 401 26th St, between Telegraph and Broadway.|
|Event Type||Panel Discussion|
Arab Resource & Organizing Center (AROC), Art Forces,Added to the calendar on Wednesday Mar 18th, 2015 12:30 AM
Eastside Arts Alliance present:
Black and Brown Resisting State Violence
Commemorating Palestinian Prisoners Day
Round table discussion and art exhibit on April 17th, Palestinian Prisoners Day.
6pm Open Gallery and Screenprinting
7pm Round Table Discussion
Sagnicthe Salazar, Xicana Moratorium
Rabab Abdulhadi, AMED, Ethnic Studies, SFSU
Kiwi Illafonte, Mass Bass, San Quentin ROOTS program
Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
Moderated by: Maisha Quint, East Side Arts Alliance
The ReVisions art exhibit and round table discussion draws connections between community struggles and cultures of resistance to challenge state violence, policing and prisons.
April 17th, 2015
Uptown Auto Body Shop- Across from Oakland Palestine Solidarity Mural in Oakland, 401 26th St, between Telegraph and Broadway.
The event will be used to inform curriculum that will be made accessible to the community as part of the Oakland Palestine Solidarity Mural Project’s "Off the Wall" programming.
The art exhibit will feature work from:
All of Us or None, Art Forces, Asian Prisoners Support Committee, BAYAN-USA, CAL Students for Justice in Palestine, California Coalition for Women Prisoners, Critical Resistance, Eastside Arts Alliance, Fred Alvarado, Haiti Action Committee, Juan Fuentes, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, Middle East Children's Alliance, Nidal Elkhairy, Oceania Coalition of Northern California, Onyx Organizing Committee, Xicana Moratorium, AROC: Arab Resource & Organizing Center
The exhibit will open on April 3, the First Friday in Oakland. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/531060420367787/