Meet Activist Mary Church Terrell
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.
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: aauwoaklandpiedmont.org/events 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.
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.