Lectures, Class/Workshop

Oakland Chinatown Today, Oakland Chinatown Tomorrow

When: Sat., Oct. 24, 1-2:30 p.m. 2020

Oakland Chinatown is at a critical turning point. What are the issues affecting this historic neighborhood and how can we address them? Moderator William Gee Wong is joined by Alvina Wong (APEN Campaign & Organizing Director), Tiffany Eng (Friends of Lincoln Park co-founder), Ted Dang (EBALDC co-founder), and Joyce Pisnanont (CAPACD Director of Economic Empowerment) to discuss complex, interwoven factors such as immigration and gentrification trends affecting Oakland Chinatown. Learn from their expertise and lived experiences as well as discover local resources and ways to support Oakland Chinatown today and tomorrow. Part of the “Community Voices to Empower Change” series.

Price: Free, donations appreciated

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