This Week with Change - October 12

Our weekly digest of client news and events. 


(Image courtesy of East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation.)

As a result of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU challenging Oakland Housing Authority's loitering ordinance, Oakland's City Council is considering repealing the discriminatory and outdated law. KPIX

KQED reported on Power California's Inside/Out voter registration and public art event in Fresno, where volunteers worked to get young Latino voters registered. 

The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation joined the #OneNation coalition to voice their fierce opposition to the Trump Administrations' changes to the "public charge" rule. To join EBALDC in protecting our immigrant communities, you can leave a public comment for the Department of Homeland Security. 

ICYMI: 

In anticipation of a new report from the Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA) outlining the achievements of the movement for Black men and boys over a decade coming out on October 18, we look back at CBMA's last Promise of Place report: Building Beloved Communities for Black Men and Boys. ColorLines.

Coming Up:

The East Bay Asian Local Development corporation and SPARC will host the First Annual Harvest Fest at the SPARC-it-Place and the California Hotel Sunday, October 21.


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