Upcoming Events:

January Program

Meet Activist Mary Church Terrell

An illustrated lecture by Alison M. ParkerMary Church TerrellSaturday, January 26, 2024 at 2pm

Come hear about this amazing woman’s life through an illustrated lecture by her biographer, Alison M. Parker. To learn more & RSVP, visit the Events page at our Community Programs site.

Previous Events:

Banned Books & Censorship:  What We Can Do About It

  • Date:  Saturday, September 30, 2023
  • Time:  1pm – 3:30
  • Location:  The Rockridge Branch of the Oakland Public Library

Get the details on the panelists, our keynote speaker and more at our new Community Programs site: You can also sign up to be notified about upcoming programs on our Contacts page at that site. This panel discussion is co-sponsored with the Berkeley branch and the Oakland Public Library. Book Banning & Censorship: What You Can Do About It. Panel discussion on 9/30/23, 1 to 3:30pm at the Rockridge Library


Saturday, 2/5/22 10:30am to Noon

Virtual Event – Free & open to the public

 Stop Sexual Trafficking


Human Slavery Still Exists in Oakland.  Learn what you can do about this!

Featured Speaker:  Jennifer Lyle, Executive Director of MISSEY

 Zoom link:   Please register in advance here.

 Missey:  Motivating, inspiring, supporting & serving sexually exploited youth

 Mission of AAUW:  To advance gender equity for women & girls through research, education and advocacy.

March 2020:  All events have been postponed until further notice.