COMMUNITY CULTURE BUILDERS THEATER PROGRAM
EastSide Arts Alliance
The Youth Anti-Displacement Cohort Seeks Youth:
Help prep and run an Art & Healing community event
Application due Friday, APRIL 30, 2021
Zoom and the EastSide Garage on 23Ave
The Youth Anti-Displacement Cohort needs your help!!
We are seeking 4 volunteers to help us prep and run an Art & Healing community event in our Oakland neighborhood. All volunteers will be stipend $150 after the event.
Volunteer Meeting Dates/Times:
1. May 7th, 2021 6pm - 7pm (Zoom)
2. May 15th, 2021 1pm - 3pm (In-person @ Eastside Garage)
3. May 21st, 2021 6pm - 7pm (Zoom)
4. May 28th, 2021 6pm - 7pm (Zoom)
5. May 29th, 2021 10am - 5pm (Day of the Event!)
Please note that we will be taking all needed precautions to stay safe during any in-person meetings (mandatory mask usage & social distancing). If there are any questions please let us know below.
We will share more information about our event and meetings, once our sign-up is closed on April 30th.
Girl Project is the vision of founder Claudine Naganuma, it is a creative space focused on the wellbeing and self expression of girls aged 11-on.
Pulling from a method of love, GIRL Project exists in resistance to the variety of dangers that girls in Oakland face, including physical assault, kidnapping, gun violence, inequity, food deserts, and the mental health issues that can germinate due to these challenges. Girl Project resists through creating spaces to find connection and solidarity through Sisterhood. Continuous inclusion of community members as mentors and partnering with local businesses and neighboring organizations to join in the teaching of our girls about solidarity, expression, representation, nutrition and food consciousness are also crucial to the program. For more info check out Girl Projects Website girl project.org