Want to network with young professionals who care about progressive social change? Join other politicos, stakeholders and Jeremiah Alumni for a Young Professionals Happy Hour.
Earlier this month, when I saw the images from Murrieta of anti-immigration protesters blocking a bus of undocumented women and children, I couldn’t help but be reminded of the story of the MS St. Louis, the boat of Jewish refugees that attempted to reach America in 1939.
Join us for a screening of the documentary Inequality for All featuring former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich.
Join us as we visit the naturalization ceremonies is Southern California to register new citizens as voters. This is how we work on voting rights with an authentic L.A. voice. We register and support new citizens to get involved in the political process as soon as possible. To register and for more information, visit our page here.
As a way of connecting our Voting Rights and Immigration Reform work, we are working to register new citizens to vote right after their naturalization ceremonies in Los Angeles.
Support Bend the Arc by purchasing packages and tickets to join us at The Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits. You can also show your support by purchasing an ad in our tribute journal or making a general contribution to Bend the Arc if you are unable to attend.
This is the third and FINAL 2014 Jeremiah Fellowship training we are opening up to the larger Arc Bender community. If you want to join our shared community of learning and action, we would love to have you. Our last trainings have focused on lobbying for Voting Rights and building grassroots relationships. This training will cover the basics Communication for Advocacy and Bend the Arc Messaging. RSVP Here or tab through below.
This is the second Jeremiah Fellowship training we are opening up to the larger Arc Bender world. If you want to join our shared community of learning and action, we would love to have you. Our last training was all about how to effectively advocate to Congressional members on Voting Rights. This training will cover the basics of Grassroots Organizing and how to identify leaders and conduct individual outreach. We hope you can make it! RSVP here or tab through the RSVP form below.
- Enjoy an Open Bar and Appetizers on the beautiful patio of the historic Silent Movie Theater
- Watch a screening of the controversial film Mississippi Burning
- Engage in conversation on voting rights and the film with Rabbi Jerry Goldstein, a staunch, lifelong supporter of Civil Rights.
Tickets purchased online: $36
Tickets purchased at the door: $46
Student, Senior and Young Professional rate: $18
(or pay what you can, no one will be turned away)