National Youth Organizing Training Institute

This institute is an introductory organizing training for young organizers, young member leaders, and youth organizers from across the country. Participants will come together to build their skills, exchange lessons learned, and strategize to fight and win justice for our communities. We’ll develop a solid and systematic orientation to the fundamentals of organizing, including base-building,… Read More

embARC Summer Design Academy

embARC is a four week (July 5–29, 2016) summer design intensive at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design that brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds to explore architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through four components: an Architecture + Urban Design Studio, a Sustainable Planning Workshop, a Lecture Series and a Design-Build… Read More

The Future of Solidarity, March 8

Catalyst Project, SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice), White Noise Collective and BASAT (Bay Area Solidarity Action Team) present: The Future of Solidarity: How White People Can Support the Movement for Black Lives. This will be a conversation with the following members of Bay Area Black Lives Matter: Robbie Clark, Housing Rights Campaign Lead Organizer, Just Cause/Causa Justa Devonté Jackson,… Read More

(R)evolution Cuba: Stories of Art & Change Screening, February 23

You’re invited to a film screening and discussion on the intersection of socialism, art and change in contemporary Cuba. This program is in support of (R)EVOLUTION CUBA, a new film series by veteran documentarians, Marcia Jarmel & Ken Schneider of PatchWorks Films. This event is FREE, and interested guests are invited to make a tax deductible donation to the (R)EVOLUTION CUBA… Read More