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To the TABLE

TO THE TABLE” is a meal in remembrance of the signing of Executive Order 9066. We center the memories of Japanese Americans as it connects to our resistance today. This meal is also a celebration of continued solidarity between communities of color, specifically Asian American, AMEMSA, Black, Latinx, and undocumented peoples. TO THE TABLE is open to everyone invested in resisting borders and walls, xenophobic immigration policies, incarceration, racism, and the erasure of our cultures.

Community partners include J-Sei, The Nikkei Resisters, the Arab Resource Organizing Center (AROC), and activist Flora Ninomiya.

With collaborators Marvin K. White, La Pelanga, Misha Abbas, Jun Hamamoto and the San Quentin Prison Origami Class and many more.

This is the third in our four-part series from the FARM, to the KITCHEN, to the TABLE, to the STREETS!

TABLE will be held in West Oakland. Sliding scale tickets have sold out. Thank you for your overwhelming response! Join our mailing list and stay tuned to our social media for upcoming events. Please inquire to if you have questions about mobility/accessibility at the event.

Later Event: May 20