The March on Washington@50:A Bay Area Celebration -
 
In Partnership with The Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University, Sojourn To The Past and Pacific School of Religion, Bill Doggett Productions presents
 
A Community Symposium Saturday, August 17th from 9:00-5:00pm  at Pacific School of Religion   1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley, California 94709    


Additional Panelists include
Dr. Karina Cervantez, Vice Mayor, City of Watsonville
Phil Hutchings, Bay Area Civil Rights Movement Veteran
James Garrett, Bay Area Civil Rights Movement Veteran
Reverend Toni Dunbar, City of Refuge, San Francisco
Gavin Ruders, Founder:Planting Justice, Berkeley
Julio Madrigal, Planting Justice
Jose Sanchez, Greenlining Institute Fellow, Berkeley
Darcey Pancoast, Bays
Fatimah Simmons, Ignite
Lolo Villagomez, Sojourn To The Past
Thomas R. Simpson,AfroSolo Theatre Company, San Francisco

 
The Honorary Host Committee
The Honorable California State Senator, Mark Leno
The City of Berkeley, Councilman Darryl Moore, District 2
The City of Berkeley, Councilman Laurie Capitelli, District 5
The City of Berkeley, Councilman Kriss Worthington, District 7
The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce
Pacific School of Religion
 The Martin Luther King Jr. Research&Education Institute at Stanford
Sojourn To The Past
The Civil Rights@50 Campaign
Reverend Phil Lawson, Founding Elder:The Council of Elders
The Greenlining Institute
Planting Justice
Black Coalition for Just Immigration
US BANK

Media Sponsor
The Berkeley Times

PRESS: San Jose Mercury News/Oakland Tribune:

PRESS: San Francisco Bay Times

PRESS: San Francisco Bay Area Reporter


Event Photography by Rodger P Allen for
Bill Doggett Productions,Event Producer

Berkeley City Council Proclamation to event producer, Bill DoggettBill Doggett, Event Producer, MCKeynote Speaker: Dr. Clayborne Carson, Stanford University Director of MLK Research and Education Institute
Proclamation to Dr. Carson presented by Councilman Kriss WorthingtonVoting Rights PanelCivil Rights Legacies Panel: From Seneca Falls to Selma to StonewallPanel Moderator, Berkeley City Councilman, Darryl Moore
San Francisco Marriage Equality Plaintiffs, Stuart Gaffney and John LewisPanel: Intergenerational Dialogues: Bay Area Movement Veterans and Bay Area Youth Leaders
Panel: Intergenerational Dialogues moderated by Jeff Steinberg, Founder of Obama Administration honored, Sojourn To The PastBay Area Civil Rights Veterans part of The Intergenerational Dialogues Panel
Group Portrait: Civil Rights Legacies PanelGerald Lenoir: Exec Director: Black Coalition for Just ImmigrationRev. Toni Dunbar, CIty of Refuge Church, San FranciscoRev. Kamal Hassan:Sojourner Truth Presbyterian Church, Richmond
Rev. Debra Avery: Sr Pastor, First Presbyterian Church OaklandOrson Aguilar:Exec Director:The Greenlining Institute, Berkeley
Kate Kendall, Exec Director: NCLRRev. Stephen Saunders:President: Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley
Jeff Steinberg, Founder:Sojourn To The PastDr. Riess Potterveld, President:Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
Rev Ann Jefferson,Pacific School of Religion and event producer, Bill DoggettWe Shall Overcome:Community Sing closed the day long Symposium
Youth Leaders Panel with Moderator, Jeff Steinberg, Sojourn to The Past
Jeff Steinberg,Founder of Sojourn with Berkeley Councilmen,Darryl Moore and Kris Worthington
Lawrence Shine, Bayard Rustin Coalition, San Francisco
Rev. Ann Jefferson, Pacific School of ReligionFreedom Song Community Sing Leader, Rev. Ann JeffersonWe Shall Overcome:Community Sing closed the day long SymposiumBill Doggett, Event Organizer speaks 8/24 on steps San Francisco City Hall
The Bayard Rustin Lgbt Coalition, San Francisco.  March Tribute Rally:Steps SF City Hall 8/24






































 

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