Join us for a conversation on the November election!

There’s no mistaking that racial justice is on the ballot this November. From restoring equal access to opportunity and voting rights to defeating Prop. 20, a measure that would bolster mass incarceration; we must vote to protect our future and communities. Join Greenlining and other leading racial justice experts for a thought-provoking discussion on how our vision for a just future depends on our vote this November. We'll explore how Yes on Prop. 16, Yes on Prop. 17, and No on Prop. 20 can fundamentally transform our economy, society, and our state if we center racial equity.

Tickets to the event are free. Limited number available. For more information, check out our endorsement guide.

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday, October 7th
Time: 9:30 to 11:00 AM
Tickets: Free

 

Town Hall Speakers

Debra-GoreMann-Greenlining-CEO

Debra Gore-Mann,
The Greenlining Institute

Chesa-Boudin

Chesa Boudin,
District Attorney Office of San Francisco

Assemblymember-Mike-Gipson

Assemb. Mike Gipson
64th District (LA)

Assemblymember-Shirley-Weber

Assemb. Shirley N. Weber
79th District (San Diego)

Assemblymember-Santiago-Miguel

Assemb. Miguel Santiago,
53rd District (LA)

Andy-Wong-Opportunity-for-All

Andy Wong,
Opportunity For All Coalition

Jordanna-Wong

Jordanna Wong-Omshehe,
Starting Over Inc.

Donald-frazier

Donald Frazier,
Building Opportunities for Self Sufficiency

DeZhon-Grace-Headshot

De'Zhon Grace,
The Greenlining Institute

J-Vasquez

J. Vasquez,
Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice

*As a 401(c)(3) nonprofit, Greenlining does not endorse or oppose candidates for office or contribute money or resources to any candidate’s campaign or political party. Attendees have been invited to speak in their official capacity only.

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