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Lit Crawl 2018: Women Who Submit Writing seeks to empower women writers by creating physical and virtual spaces for sharing information, clarifying the submission and publication process.
Featuring: Rebecca Gomez Farrell, Jennifer Hasegawa, L.S. Johnson, Janna Layton, Dominica Phetteplace San Francisco's world-famous Lit Crawl attracts close to 10,000 people, and features over 400 authors in just three hours. Lit Crawl brings literature to the streets, featuring smart and silly, worldly and wacky events in venues usual (bars, cafes, galleries, and bookstores) and unusual (police stations, tattoo parlors, barbershops, and erotica boutiques). What started as an experiment in San Francisco in 2004, has since become one of the…Find out more »
A town hall with Tom Steyer, hosted by Reverend Jorge Garcia and the Latino Immigrant Club of Northern California. Translation will be available. ** We have a hard capacity limit of 250 people so please secure your spot below and arrive early. We will not be able to accommodate anyone beyond this limit. There is no overflow capacity. **Find out more »
At this forum, we’ll discuss the extent of California’s current drinking water and environmental crisis from contamination by a group of highly toxic chemicals called PFAS, short for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. Join us to learn what California is doing about this crisis and Next Steps for Action. Also because the World Water Day theme is water and climate, we’ll highlight the military’s carbon footprint that accelerates global warming. Heavy rains, floods and rising seas wash carelessly used, stored and…Find out more »