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Saturday, October 20 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Endangered Species, Enduring Values

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A community anthology about how heritage, history, and spirituality inspire writers of color to work for a just and inclusive society.

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Sandra Bass

Sandra Bass, Ph.D. is Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Public Service Center at UC Berkeley where she works with students, communities, and faculty on promoting social justice and transformative social change. Sandra is a Bay Area native and San Francisco resident for... Read More →
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Francée Covington

After an exciting four decades career as a TV and video director, producer and writer at WCBS New York, WBZ Boston and KGO, KPIX and KQED in San Francisco, she headed her eponymous video production company, counting Fortune 500 companies and branches of state and municipal governments... Read More →
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Tiny Gray-Garcia

co-founder, POOR Magazine
Tiny (aka Lisa Gray-Garcia) is a formerly unhoused, incarcerated poverty scholar, revolutionary journalist, lecturer, poet, visionary, teacher and single mama of Tiburcio, daughter of a houseless, disabled mama Dee, and the co–founder of POOR Magazine/Prensa POBRE/PoorNewsNetwork... Read More →
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Dena Rod

Managing Editor, Argot Magazine
Dena Rod is a writer, editor, and poet based in the Bay Area. A graduate of San Francisco State University, they have a Master’s Degree in English Literature. They are currently the managing editor at Argot Literary Magazine. Through creative nonfiction essays and poetry, Dena works... Read More →
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Shizue Seigel

Shizue Seigel supports San Francisco Bay Area writers and artists of color through Write Now! SF Bays writing workshops, events and anthologies (www.writenowsf.com). Her books include Civil Liberties United, Endangered Species, Enduring Values, Standing Strong! Fillmore & Japantown... Read More →
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Jesus Sierra

Born in Havana and raised in San Francisco’s Mission district, Jesus Francisco Sierra writes about Cuba during the first ten years of the Revolution and growing up in the Mission as one of few Cubans there during the seventies. He holds an MFA from Antioch University Los Angeles... Read More →

Saturday October 20, 2018 8:00pm - 9:00pm PDT
DCopper+ 1017 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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