Changemakers: Movement Leaders on Civil Rights in an Uncivil Time
Black Lives Matter. Immigrant rights. Climate justice. Are demands for change leading to lasting change? Are we rewriting the rules, or just arguing about them? How do movements—their leaders and their members — successfully build power and spur lasting change? What can we learn from leaders of recent efforts and from history? At a time of great disruption, join us as we continue The San Francisco Foundation’s series People, Place and Power with a discussion with Movement Leaders on Building Power and Voice.
Sponsored by the San Francisco Foundation as part of the People, Power, Place Series, which addresses access and equity in the Bay Area.
The Commonwealth Club of California
555 Post St.
San Francisco, 94102
Lariza Dugan Cuadra
Executive Director, Carecen SF
Executive Director, ACLU of Northern California
Executive Director, Color of Change
Founder and President, NextGen Climate
Anchor and Host, KQED—Moderator
5:45 p.m. check-in
6:30 p.m. program