2020 PUBLIC EVENTS

All events virtual unless asterisked

• Nov 22, Stand Up and Be Counted: Claim Ourselves, Connect With Others hosted by Oakland Asian Cultural Center, featuring Mark Harris; Roberto Lovato; Sandra Bass, PhD; Sriram Shamasunder, PhD; and Asian Health Services

• Oct 17, Lit Crawl 2020, Readings from Write Now! SF Bay featuring Andre Wilson; Kevin Madrigal;  Shizue Seigel; Sriram Shamasunder, MD &Tehmina Khan;

• July 25, : Healing Around Race: Creativity and Social Justice featuring Avotcja, Eth-Noh-Tec, Dennis J Befrnsetin and  Jennifer hasegawa, and Shizue Seigel, presented by Oakland Asian Cultural Center and Write Now! in partnership with UC Berkeley Asian American Studies and Asian Diaspora Program and Public Service Center.

 • July 11, Healing Around Racism: Mental Health & Multicultural Solidarity,  featuring Kelechi Ubozoh, Dr. Ravi Chandra Shizue Seigel & Tureeda Mikell, presented by Oakland Asian Cultural Center and Write Now! in partnership with UC Berkeley Asian American Studies and Asian Diaspora Program and UC Berkeley Public Service Center.

 • July 9, San Francisco Public Library Poem Jam, Civil Liberties United reading curated by Kim Shuck, featuring James Cagney, Kimi Sugioka, Shizue Seigel. & Tony Aldarondo

• June 10. Sacred Grounds open mic, Shizue Seigel featured reader

• May 3, Stand Up and Be Counted in the Era of COVID -19, 32 writers /activists of color and allies. Presenters included Kim Shuck and Rafael Jesús González, Poets Laureate of San Francisco and Berkeley, as well as dedicated health care providers, educators, and community activists

• Jan 24, 2020*: Sat, 7-9pm: Diverse Voices from Civil Liberties Unitedfeaturing Anahita Miller,  Sue Granzella, Shizue Seigel & Sridevi Ramanathan, live at Oakland Center for Spiritual Living

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Fiscally sponsored by Intersection for the Arts, a historic 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization supporting people working in arts and culture. https://theintersection.org. Supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission. This project was made possible with support from California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Visit www.calhum.org.

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