Join us for our 2nd bi-annual conference at the lovely San Leandro Public Library to learn from speakers who are on the front lines of changing-making community building. |
In 2018 we are working hard to bring you the work of activists, librarians, and more from our region and beyond to see how they have answered the call in their own communities. This will be an empowering day to re-calibrate, connect with our peers, reflect, and rejoice!
Sandra Rios Balderrama, REFORMA Legend, Community Advocate and President of REFORMA del Valle Central.
Yago S. Cura, Author, Editor, Bilingual Outreach Librarian at Los Angeles Public Library.
Beverly Slapin, Lifelong education activist and the founder and editor of De Colores: The Raza Experience in Books for Children. This unique critical resource shines a light on the publishing's worldview of making books of Latino children.
Richard Soto, Founder of the Chicano Resource Center, a grassroots community-powered library in Stockton, California.
San Leandro Public Library - ANDREW CARNEGIE LECTURE HALL (View)
300 Estudillo Avenue
San Leandro, CA 94577
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