Calendar

Jan
22
Tue
Harness Data for Social Impact @ AIDS Memorial Quilt
Jan 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Demonstrating impact using data is critical for growth and success. However, many nonprofits lack the resources to collect good data and struggle to make use of it to learn from mistakes, identify opportunities, and demonstrate impact.

In this workshop on January 22 at 6 PM, participants will engage in conversation with other nonprofit professionals led by Drew Reynolds, Ph.D., CEO of Common Good Data to learn strategies to harness data for social impact. Come and learn how data-driven decision-making can accelerate the work of your nonprofit help you advance your nonprofit career.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1039204322930741/

Teach-In: Southeast Asian Deportation @ Ebrik Coffee Room
Jan 22 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

More than 14,000 of our Southeast Asian American (SEAA) community members from Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam are living in the United States with deportation orders that put them in a constant state of limbo, fearful of when ICE will try to detain and deport them. In 2017, ICE began ramping up its aggression towards our communities, leading to unprecedented numbers of Cambodian and Vietnamese Americans being detained and deported in 2017 and 2018.

In response, we are joining organizations across the country in a National Week of Action Against SEAA Deportation to build power in our communities and denounce the mass incarceration and deportations terrorizing our families. We will also be writing letters to incarcerated community members, including Atlanta immigrant rights activist Eduardo Samaniengo,to let them know we see them, and we love them. They are not forgotten.

Please join Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta and the SEAC Village for a community-led teach-in on SEAA deportation on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 6:30 pm at Ebrik Coffee Room, 16 Park Place SE, Atlanta, GA 30303. We will be hearing directly from impacted community members about how incarceration and deportation are ripping apart our communities and learning how we can support those at risk.

The event will also be live streamed in Charlotte at Southeast Asian Coalition, who will be also coordinating a simultaneous teach-in and action.

Also joining us are two movement family groups from North Carolina, Comunidad Colectiva and Charlotte Uprising!

Food from BEP Vietnamese Cuisine will be provided. Event is free, but please RSVP here or by emailing hli@advancingjustice-atlanta.org.

DIRECTIONS/PARKING

We strongly encourage you to take MARTA if possible as Ebrik Coffee Room is only a very short walk from either the Five Points MARTA station or the Georgia State MARTA station. There are a couple paid parking decks close by as well if you do drive – you can try the Hurt Parking Garage (33 Hurt Plaza SE, Atlanta, GA 30303) on the same building as Ebrik, or the Underground Atlanta Parking Garage (75 MLK Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30303) which is only a 5 minute walk to Ebrik.

https://www.facebook.com/events/320901095196429/

Celebrate Roe v. Wade! @ Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium
Jan 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join the Young Democrats of Atlanta for our kick-off mixer of the year, celebrating the 46th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973! Where better to honor such a profound step forward for civil rights than at CHURCH? We know, we know: so cheeky.

In keeping with YDATL’s commitment to political programming, community leaders in the reproductive rights space, including Simone Bell, Vice President of Policy, Planned Parenthood Southeast , will be discussing “Abortion Rights in the Trump-Era” while we sip on tito’s and tonics.

Ticket holders are entitled to two drinks, an opportunity to interact with community leaders and an awesome chance to network with your fellow dems in a comfy setting. Pro-choice merch will be available on-site; all proceeds benefitting Planned Parenthood South East. As Always, YDATL members receive discounted admission. All ticket sales benefit YDATL’s lobbying, programming, and community outreach work.

YDATL member tickets // $8

Guest tickets // $12

Get tickets here: ydatlcelebratesroevwade.eventbrite.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/298813594311598/

Jan
23
Wed
Breaking Barriers: Sports for Change @ National Center for Civil and Human Rights
Jan 23 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

A Gathering to Discuss Human Rights & Sports During the Biggest Event of the Year.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights’ updated Breaking Barriers: Sports for Change exhibition examines the multiple intersections of human rights and sports throughout time. This program will feature a star-studded panel of activists and athletes discussing a range of global rights issues related to sports, particularly those that affect women and the LGBTQ community.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1958661747583891/

People’s Music–A Free Concert @ Musician's Network at Under the Couch
Jan 23 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Shannon Murray, a songwriter and labor historian, will be coming to Atlanta to play music and bring artifacts from the lost history of the American labor movement. Free admission to all!

Shannon tours universities, libraries, and history centers around the country with her “People’s Music” project working to preserve working class history in story and song. What began as an exploration into the music and history of the IWW labor union for a presentation at her local library has grown into a massive collection of songs and stories. Her newest addition to this series saw her delving deeper into local Minnesota working class history through a 2015-2016 Hinge Artist Residency with Springboard for the Arts where she explored the connections between poverty, trauma and mental health in the personal histories of patients admitted for mental health treatment to the Fergus Falls State Hospital from 1890-1920. Through informative and interactive workshop concerts featuring photos, historical documents, stories, and song, Shannon is able to preserve these vital parts of working class history in memorable and meaningful ways.

https://www.facebook.com/events/607739023016664/

Jan
24
Thu
Visioning for RJ! @ Honey Bubble
Jan 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Happy 2019!

With the new year, we want to take time to reflect on our reproductive justice visions for 2019 and invite you to join us!

We will be creating beautiful vision boards with all of our hopes and dreams for reproductive justice in 2019. We will provide the supplies (and yummy bubble tea), but encourage you to bring any that you would like to use.

This event is a part of our Reproductive Justice: Ask, Talk, Listen monthly program where we will host community discussions on reproductive justice and intersecting issues.

https://www.facebook.com/events/786101618398451/

Am I Enough – Artist Panel Talk @ Gallery 72
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Am I Enough: The Representation of Black Women in Global Popular Culture.

This panel discussion, hosted by Yema Thomas of The Atlanta Ginga Project, will explore the ongoing struggle of Africans and African descendant women for aesthetic and cultural equity in a world still fueled by the myths of black pathology.

This panel discussion is in conjunction with the exhibitions “Lesson on How to be a More Interesting Woman by Jamaican-born Artist Yanique Norman and “In-betweenness” by South Korean Artist Namwon Choi.

https://www.facebook.com/events/347678265963642/

Black Feminist Book Club Reads Surpassing Certainty @ Charis Books and More/Charis Circle
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Do you want to read books by amazing Black women writers? Do you want to discuss works from a Black feminist perspective(s)? Do you want to do all of this in an awesome gem of a feminist bookstore? Then the Black Feminist Book Club is for you! Charis Circle board chair Susana Morris is the facilitator of this group. This winter and spring we are reading Black Feminist contemporary memoir. All community members are welcome to participate! This is a Charis Circle from margin to center literary event and the suggested donation is $5.

Please note this group will pause meeting for February and March 2019 to accommodate Charis’ move to Agnes Scott College. We expect to resume meeting in April. Please stay tuned.

January 24th: Surpassing Certainty by Janet Mock

https://www.facebook.com/events/309155679807937/

Jan
25
Fri
Insights 2019 @ Georgia Railroad Freight Depot
Jan 25 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

Join us! GBPI’s annual policy conference provides the most up-to-date budget and public policy information through timely briefings, salient speakers, networking and more. Insights 2019 will be particularly special as we mark our 15th anniversary. We are bringing together local and national speakers on critical topics including health care, education and how public policy can be used as a tool to achieve economic opportunity for everyone.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1929337980495264/

The Art of Protest : Call for Entries @ The Bakery Atlanta
Jan 25 @ 12:00 pm – 12:01 pm

Application for the : Art of Protest Sponsored by The Women’s Caucus for Art of Georgia and We are March on Georgia

Where: The Bakery Atlanta : 825 Warner St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310

THE ART OF PROTEST is inspired by history, current events, and the resistance movement.
THE ART OF PROTEST is an annual exhibition by the Women’s Caucus for Art of Ga.
On view in the main gallery of the Bakery Atlanta.
_______________________
GALLERY HOURS: One Night Only
February 4th, 2019 from 6pm-9pm

A portion of the proceeds from the exhibition will go to supporting the muralists covering up the Squishpuss work throughout Atlanta. We will also be taking donations for these artists at the door.

Curator :
We are pleased to announce Emily M. Getsay will be curating our exhibit. Emily M. Getsay is the President of the Women’s Caucus for Art of Georgia and a member of the Art + Activism that created the inaugural Art of Protest exhibition in 2016 at Sycamore Place Gallery , Decatur.

Deadline for entry: January 25nd

➡ Entries: submit 1 to 3 images of artworks
(No image will be accepted over 22 x22” or 8lbs)

➡ Entry Fee $5
➡ Free Entry for WCAGA members – (Become a member)
➡ Free Entry of work created in the Art of Protest Workshop

**Calendar**
January 25th – Deadline – Noon Eastern standard time for image submissions
January 30 – Notification of images chosen

February 4th : Drop off of Work :Noon – 4pm
(other arrangements can be made prior to Feb.4th. With coordination email stated in email submissionl )
February 4th : Art of Protest Show – 6-9pm (At the Bakery)
February 4th : All work not purchased will need to be picked up from gallery following the exhibit ( 9:00-10 pm)
If work is not picked up after the exhibition WCAGA will hold the piece for one week . After one week , the work will be donated to the WCAGA .

For more information and to apply, visit this link:
http://www.wcaga.org/page/art-of-protest-sponsored-by-the-women-s-caucus-for-art-of-georgia

https://www.facebook.com/events/1427867660678367/

Dreams Detained: In Her Words @ Cafe Rothem
Jan 25 @ 6:45 pm – 9:00 pm

A community event uplifting the stories of Southeast Asian women who have experienced detention and deportation in their families. Honor their experiences by hearing their stories and learning what our rights are. (Location: Café Rothem conference room.)

The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) and the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) have published a new report entitled “Dreams Detained, In Her Words,” telling the stories of Southeast Asian American women whose family members have been detained or deported. The women we interviewed graciously shared in their own words how family separation affected them. They will speak with us directly on January 25, along with an attorney specializing in immigrants’ rights and a nationally-recognized journalist.

Food provided for all who RSVP. Transportation, childcare, or language assistance available *if requested in advance*. Contact rabisamra@napawf.org to request this or to RSVP!

https://www.facebook.com/events/788407881502102/

Komansé Dance Theater Presents “Skid” @ Ferst Center For The Arts
Jan 25 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Skid is a celebration of the vulnerability and strength of humanity. Komansé Dance Theater takes a provocative look at homelessness and gentrification in the metro Atlanta area and beyond. Using an innovative set design and featuring 3D printed costuming, this production brings together dance and technological innovation to embody the human connection between art and social justice. Skid is set to a score of classical and contemporary sounds including trap music, jazz, and hip hop. The compelling high-energy movement of the KDT dancers captures the attention of a multi-generational audience.

https://www.facebook.com/events/238469383488768/

Jan
26
Sat
Advocating for the World We Want: Advocacy Training @ North Decatur Presbyterian Church
Jan 26 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join us on Saturday, January 26th for a training with Tzedek Georgia and The New Sanctuary Movement on influencing your legislators as the state legislative session begins. Please indicate in the RSVP, the areas in which you are interested in advocating.

Please kindly RSVP for this free training so we can contact you about any changes (Inclement weather, etc) and so we’ll have enough coffee and doughnuts Free event but small donations are welcomed. . https://goo.gl/forms/SFVC31ptmz8mrmCl2

https://www.facebook.com/events/344038849518521/

Healing Justice Film on 1/26, 2/21 and 3/3 @ Atlanta Friends Meeting (Quakers)
Jan 26 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Dear Friends,

We had a successful showing and discussion of the film, “Healing Justice,” on 12/12, with 14 attending. We began to imagine a replacement for the criminal punishment system through viewing and discussing this inspiring film, which uses poetry, dance and individual testimony.

Join us at one of the following dates to see the film:

Saturday, January 26, 9-11 am
Thursday, February 21, 7 – 9 pm
Sunday, March 3, 12:15 – 2:15 pm

Location: Atlanta Friends Meeting Library, 701 West Howard Ave, Decatur, GA 30030.

Here’s a link to a preview: https://youtu.be/jmTc3qwfII8

For more details and to download the free study guide, go to this link:
https://world-trust.org/product/healing-justice/

To see the film now for $4.99: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/healingjustice

With your help, I hope we can share this film widely and encourage a stronger local movement toward healing justice! Let me know if you want to set up other times or locations.

More resources on healing and restorative justice:

Donna Jones suggests Webinars at the Zehr Institute. She watched the one on December 12: Webinars | Zehr Institute

Mark Harding suggests the book, Barking to the Choir by Gregory Boyle for “restorative justice vignettes.”

Black Lives Matter: https://blacklivesmatter.com/healing-justice/

Peace,

Bert

“We who believe in freedom cannot rest, We who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes
Until the killing of Black men, Black mothers’ sons, Is as important as the killing of White men, White mothers’ sons” (Refrain & First Verse of “Ellas’s Song”)

https://www.facebook.com/events/909781042557360/?event_time_id=909781049224026

Healing Justice Film on 1/26, 2/21 and 3/3 @ Atlanta Friends Meeting (Quakers)
Jan 26 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Dear Friends,

We had a successful showing and discussion of the film, “Healing Justice,” on 12/12, with 14 attending. We began to imagine a replacement for the criminal punishment system through viewing and discussing this inspiring film, which uses poetry, dance and individual testimony.

Join us at one of the following dates to see the film:

Saturday, January 26, 9-11 am
Thursday, February 21, 7 – 9 pm
Sunday, March 3, 12:15 – 2:15 pm

Location: Atlanta Friends Meeting Library, 701 West Howard Ave, Decatur, GA 30030.

Here’s a link to a preview: https://youtu.be/jmTc3qwfII8

For more details and to download the free study guide, go to this link:
https://world-trust.org/product/healing-justice/

To see the film now for $4.99: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/healingjustice

With your help, I hope we can share this film widely and encourage a stronger local movement toward healing justice! Let me know if you want to set up other times or locations.

More resources on healing and restorative justice:

Donna Jones suggests Webinars at the Zehr Institute. She watched the one on December 12: Webinars | Zehr Institute

Mark Harding suggests the book, Barking to the Choir by Gregory Boyle for “restorative justice vignettes.”

Black Lives Matter: https://blacklivesmatter.com/healing-justice/

Peace,

Bert

“We who believe in freedom cannot rest, We who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes
Until the killing of Black men, Black mothers’ sons, Is as important as the killing of White men, White mothers’ sons” (Refrain & First Verse of “Ellas’s Song”)

https://www.facebook.com/events/909781042557360/

SPARK Organizing Intensive (SOI) @ Healium Center Foundation Inc.
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

SPARK Organizing Intensive is an immersive organizing and advocacy workshop to learn about the Georgia legislature and how you can make change BEYOND THE POLLS.

This will be a lead up to our annual Legislate THIS!, our advocacy day at the capitol!

Register by visiting bit.ly/sparkorganizingintensive

If you register to attend SOI please also register for Legislate THIS!.
bit.ly/legislatethis

https://www.facebook.com/events/940659459475867/

Grant Writing 101 @ Atlanta Contemporary
Jan 26 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Are you an arts administrator or individual artist seeking financial support for your organization or project? Join us for a grant writing workshop designed to teach you the basics of submitting a grant proposal to fund your big idea!

This workshop is presented by Atlanta Contemporary and C4 Atlanta. In this workshop, each student will learn the basics of writing a grant proposal. Whether you are an arts administrator looking to find funding to support your nonprofit or an individual artist seeking financial support for a body of work – this workshop will provide you with the tools necessary to begin the grant application process.

We have detailed below a few questions that we will be sure to address during the workshop:

Why would an organization or artist apply for a grant?
What types of grants exist for organizations?
What types of grants exist for artists?
Where do I research and find grant opportunities?
What documents and materials do I need before I begin the application process?

Keep in mind that this is an introductory level workshop that does not require previous experience in grant writing to attend. In addition, it will provide you with the information and tools necessary to help you begin your application process. More information about the curriculum and what to expect forthcoming.

C4 Atlanta Inc. is a non-profit arts service organization whose mission is to connect arts entrepreneurs to the people, skills and tools they need to build a successful artistic career in metro Atlanta. The organization was founded in July 2010 in response to a growing need for business services for Atlanta’s arts community. C4 Atlanta fulfills this mission by offering professional practice classes for artists, fiscal sponsorship, co-working space, and advocacy for arts workers. C4 Atlanta’s program offerings are geared toward creating a new foundation of sustainability for arts and culture in the Atlanta region. For more information, visit c4atlanta.org.

https://www.facebook.com/events/482606528928982/

Advocacy Training 2019 @ The Rush Center
Jan 26 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

This training provided by Georgia Equality staff will provide you with the tools necessary to make an impact on issues you care about.
We will begin a Legislative Update/Overview for the work ahead in 2019. LGBTQ and supportive voices are going to be critical at the state capitol again this year as we push for full non-discrimination protections in state law.

We want you with us. Click the tickets link to RSVP for this free event!

https://www.facebook.com/events/520044061837086/

Jan
27
Sun
The Art of Activism @ 7 Stages
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

The Art of Activism
Body as resistance: Fueling the Spectator with Power and Motivation

A brunch dialogue with Israeli Artists/Choreographers, Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor, facilitated by Heidi S. Howard, Artistic Director of 7 Stages – Investigating the potential of art to trigger and inspire activism in the audience.

Free and open to the public.

https://www.facebook.com/events/778688245818537/

Jan
28
Mon
Mama Africa! How Miriam Makeba Spread Hope with Her Song @ Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History
Jan 28 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Auburn Avenue Research Library, in collaboration with the Hammond’s House Museum, will host Mama Africa!: How Miriam Makeba Spread Hope with Her Song, a compelling new exhibition featuring the illustrated children’s literature of award-winning artist/illustrator Charly Palmer.

These vivid paintings pulsing with color, movement, and emotion creating a driving visual narrative that alight on significant events, in the life of Miriam Makeba, such as her flight from her homeland in disguise, her powerful testimony at the United Nations, the horrific Soweto killings, and Nelson Mandela’s release from jail, ending with the singer’s triumphant return home after apartheid is ended.

Miriam Makeba, a Grammy Award-winning South African singer, rose to fame in the hearts of her people at the pinnacle of apartheid―a brutal system of segregation similar to American Jim Crow laws. Mama Africa, as they called her, raised her voice to help combat injustice.

Charly Palmer is a graphic designer, illustrator, and fine artist who studied art and design at the American Academy of Art and the School of the Art Institute, both in Chicago. Mama Africa! is his first picture book.

https://www.facebook.com/events/326224674885429/

Jan
29
Tue
None of the Above: The Untold Story of the APS Cheating Scandal @ Charis Books and More/Charis Circle
Jan 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Charis welcomes APS educator Shani Robinson and Atlanta journalist Anna Simonton to discuss None of the Above, their crucial insider’s account of the infamous Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal that scapegoated black employees for problems rooted in the education reform movement.

In March of 2013, 35 educators in the Atlanta Public Schools were charged with racketeering and conspiracy—the same charges used to bring down the American mafia—for allegedly changing students’ answers on standardized tests. All but one was black. The youngest of the accused, Shani Robinson, had taught for only 3 years and was a new mother when she was wrongfully convicted and faced up to 25 years in prison. She and her coauthor, journalist Anna Simonton, look back to show how black children in Atlanta were being deprived long before some teachers allegedly changed the answers on their students’ tests. Stretching all the way back to Brown v. Board of Education, the landmark 1954 Supreme Court ruling that outlawed segregation in public schools, to examining the corporate-led education reform movement, the policing of black and brown citizens, and widening racial and economic disparities in Atlanta, Robinson and Simonton reveal how real estate moguls and financiers were lining their pockets with the education dollars that should have been going to the classroom.

This is a Charis Circle Strong Children, Whole Families Event and the suggested donation is $5, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

https://www.facebook.com/events/361238058013705/

Jan
30
Wed
Socialists vs. a President
Jan 30 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Trump’s politics have inspired a level of protests not seen in this country in generations. But the question remains; what’s next?
If we ever want to get rid of not just a president, but the system that spawned someone like him (and will do so again), we need to go beyond elections to build independent political power in our workplaces, schools, and communities.
Join us in this meeting to discuss that project and how you can be a part of it.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1455944541206733/

Jan
31
Thu
Flood The Phones SVAWD Cancelled
Jan 31 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Stay tuned for details on how to advocate over the phone!
**Gathering Event Cancelled**
This is the 20th Annual Stop Violence Against Woman day (SVAWD) in Georgia! SVAWD brings together domestic violence and sexual assault advocates, system stakeholders, and community constituents from across the state to rally together and speak to their elected officials about legislation that effects domestic violence and sexual assault victims.
In light of the federal government shutdown, GCADV, GNESA, & Raksha have decided to cancel the Stop Violence Against Women Day event for this year. In addition to the shutdown, we anticipate there to be no activity or presence at the Capitol as Super Bowl activities will be occurring throughout the week.

Even though we will not be gathering in person we would encourage everyone who registered for the event to continue to mobilize by “Flooding the Phones” on Thursday, January 31st.

We will be hosting a facebook live event that morning which will cover the following topics:
• How to look up your representatives’ and the phone directory
• Current legislative bills for this session
• Talking points to use on the phone
• Mini Skit on how to talk with your legislator
• How to stay up to date on the issues

We need your continued collective support to advocate for survivors and their families! It is crucial that our legislators continue to hear voices and our stories so that they will continue to support good policies and stable funding for Georgia’s domestic violence and sexual assault centers.

In the coming weeks we will share a link to access the documents that would normally be in the folders and how to stay active in your advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Sign up for the email updates here:
https://tinyurl.com/svawd2019

https://www.facebook.com/events/264277290913614/

1st Activist Meet and Greet of 2019 – January 31st @ Little Five Points Community Center
Jan 31 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Are you outraged by injustice but don’t know what to do?
New to activism or looking to get more connected?
Want to support your community in solidarity and love?

You are invited to join Activists Recruiting, Organizing and Mentoring in Atlanta (AROMA) for our metro-Atlanta meet and greets every LAST Thursday of the month.

These are informal and semi-structured networking events to support the local activist community in ATL. Our relationships are the most important resource we have to win the world we need.

You can expect to participate in Activist Speed-Friending, hear more about what it really means to organize for justice, and meet some of the folks on the front lines already doing the work needed to transform society and transition into a better world!

You can also expect to start to see how you can be the change, and invitations to participate in efforts for justice right away.

If you are able, please BRING FOOD, drinks, or donations to share, and please SPREAD THE WORD by inviting your friends and neighbors! Hope to see you there! POWER TO THE PEOPLE!

Website:
activismatlanta.com

Activist calendar:
http://activismatlanta.com/activist-calendar

Article about AROMA:
dailykos.com/story/2014/07/15/1313217/-AROMA-creating-sustainable-activism-across-Atlanta-movements

https://www.facebook.com/events/595511817555237/

Feb
1
Fri
Misty’s 32nd Birthday Party
Feb 1 @ 8:00 pm – Feb 2 @ 2:00 am

Come celebrate my birthday with me, or tack on if you’re birthday is close by! <3 If you can't come or want an excuse to do extra for me or the world, PLEASE consider:

1) GOING VEGAN! Watch Earthlings, What the Health? or other movies and start moving toward a plant-based diet! or

2) BECOMING AN ACTIVIST! I would LOVE you to work on social and environmental justice issues to help make a difference!

<3 Love y'all! Thank you for being my community and loved ones!

https://www.facebook.com/events/702289306831582/