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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6th-7th 2013
OAKLAND
National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME)
23rd Annual Conference
Location: Oakland City Center Marriott
11/6 Film Screening 7pm-9:30pm
FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
RSVP

11/7 Follow up Workshop
Conference Participants

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PAST EVENTS

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th 2013

SAN FRANCISCO
Location: St. Ignatius College Preparatory
6:00pm | Doris Duke Wall Choral Room

RSVP: FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8th 2013

SAN FRANCISCO
Location: University of California, San Francisco
5:30-7:30pm | Cole Hall

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 2013
SAN FRANCISCO
Location: California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS)
6:00-9:00pm | Namaste Hall
Mission Campus

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MARCH 13th & 14th 2013
SEATTLE
Lead Sponsor: Seattle University
Location: Pigott Auditorium, Seattle University

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NOVEMBER 8th 2012
OAKLAND
Lead Sponsor: Alameda County Health Services
Location: Grand Lake Theater         ____________________________________

OCTOBER 23rd & 24th 2012
BOSTON
Lead Sponsor: Boston Public Health Commission
Location: The Strand

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SEPTEMBER 27th 2012
WORLD PREMIERE in CHICAGO!

Lead Sponsor: DePaul University
SOLD OUT – Thank you Chicago!

EVENING FILM/DIALOGUE EVENT: Film segments are braided with facilitated dialogue. Hundreds of people engage in talking about the system of racial inequity prompted by the stories in the film Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity. People leave asking new questions and are inspired to engage in change.

 

DAY LONG FORUM: Local showings are immediately followed by a day-long forum that takes the understanding of the system of inequity and experience of the film/dialogue deeper.