Hear Us Now: Emergency Education, Abolition, and EdJustice Movement Building in the Time of COVID19

La versión en español aquí. Querida Education Justice Community, We are in a moment.  This moment was made possible by the indomitable energy of those who came before us, and made necessary by those who still refuse to move. This newest generation of organizers, activistas, students, parents, and community members have the audacity to dream of a world where…

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Webinar Presentation: EdJustice Organizing in the Time of COVID-19

Wednesday May 20, 2020 4:00 PM

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Demandas de los Padres por una Justicia Racial en la Educación de Emergencia Durante COVID19 ¿Quienes somos?  Nosotros somos los padres, las madres, los abuel@s, padres adoptivos, las familias y guardianes de los niños y jóvenes que provienen de diferentes razas, los cuales  sus voces no han sido tomadas en cuenta en la respuestas que los distritos están dando…

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As organizers working toward liberation throughout the Central Valley and beyond, we recognize that the well-being of our people must be our top priority. As news of the novel Coronavirus and its impacts on community health and economic (in)security grow, change, and spread, CVMB recognizes and respects the wide range of individual and collective processes in response. As our…

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A Central Valley Legal Resource Guide

The Central Valley Movement Building is pleased to announce in conjunction with Legal Services of California (LSC) the release of our first compiled Legal Resources Guide for the Central Valley. Our legal resources guide includes over a hundred agencies, attorneys and advocacy groups that provide pro bono and paid services for students and parents. The guide includes contact information…

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Our Week of Action Videos

As our part Central Valley Movement Building’s participation in the National Week Action, some of our partner organizations produced videos and posted videos about redefining safety, and supporting the campaign of the Black Organizing Project (BOP) to remove police out of the Oakland Unified School District. We want to thank the Black Parallel School Board, the Dolores Huerta Foundation,…

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