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March 2020

Voices Rise: Black Women in Leadership

March 3 @ 8:30 am - March 31 @ 2:00 pm
Oakstop14, 274 14th St
Oakland, CA 94612 United States
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Join us for a critical new workshop series, Voices Rise: Black Women in Leadership, in partnership with Alliance member BlackFemaleProject and led by their Founder, Precious Stroud. How can we use lessons learned from intersectional lived experiences and center the voices of those who navigate complex social structures to teach us how to lead with love, and empathize with those who represent difference in our lives? How can we use our voices to counter pervasive racism and sexism in schools,…

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Celebrate International Women’s Day with Reel Stories

March 8 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join Reel Stories for an epic International Women's Day event hosted at the super cool Ciel Creative Space in Berkeley. On March 8, we're premiering our student board documentary #TeensToo about growing up in the era of the #MeToo & Times Up movements, followed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Sarah Moshman's powerful documentary Nevertheless. To cap off this awesome evening, Academy Award-winning director Brenda Chapman, award-winning international filmmaker Shruti Ganguly & Sarah Moshman herself are participating in a panel discussion! Join us…

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Black Female Project: 5th Annual Conversation with Black Teacher Project

March 11 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

An Observed Conversation: Creating Healing Space for Black Female Educators Mark your calendar for the 5th annual Women's History Month celebration with Black Teacher Project. We will listen as educators share stories about how they continue to thrive while navigating race and gender complexities in the classroom and beyond. Expect to be moved. Wednesday, March 11, 2020 5:30pm - 8pm

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Derby Crazy Love: Presented by Women Sports Film Festival

March 14 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Co-presented by Women Sports Film Festival and Bay Area Derby and followed by a post-film Q&A! DERBY CRAZY LOVE accompanies Montreal’s top team, New Skids on the Block, on its exhilarating journey to regional championships, where they face off in a pitched battle against U.K. powerhouse, London Rollergirls, and reigning world champions, New York’s Gotham Girls. New Skids players and their British and U.S. rivals share stories of being powerful women in traditional sports, along with insights about derby’s recent…

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DIY Planter Box: Buddy-Build with Girls Garage

March 15 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

DIY PLANTER BOX: BUDDY-BUILD! Bring your sister, mama, daughter, BFF, co-worker, or another female builder buddy, and let’s build some planter boxes! These standing planter boxes are 16×24″ wide and 24″ tall and made from durable cedar and redwood for easy access and care. If you’re in need of a small-scale planter for some lively flowers or homegrown herbs, come build it yourself at Girls Garage! Along the way, you’ll use a chop saw, jigsaw, sanding block, speed square, drill…

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Girls on the Run Bay Area Spring Celebration

March 19 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Ready to be inspired? Join us on Thursday, March 19 to hear Danielle Fuligni McKay share her inspiring story of finding self-confidence through coaching with Girls on the Run! Danielle Fuligni Mckay is a Harvard-educated, best selling author, speaker, and leader of confidence-building workshops! In 2012 she founded MyGirl Coaching and teaches thousands of girls every year how to build their self-confidence and trust what they've got! EVENT DETAILS: Thursday, March 19, 2020 Salesforce East, San Francisco An elegant evening on…

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Science Carnival: Hosted by Chabot and SAfG

March 21 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Hosted by AFG member Chabot Space and Science Center and Scientific Adventures for Girls: March is Women’s History Month and Chabot is partnering with Scientific Adventures for Girls to honor women’s contributions to science and inspire the next generation of scientists. Our Science Carnival celebrates making science and discovery accessible to all learners. Join us for hands-on exploration, student-led science demos, carnival games, face painting and an opportunity to chat with inspiring role models from all STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering,…

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Girls Garage: Mother/Daughter Welding Workshop

March 21 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

MOTHER/DAUGHTER WELDING: BUILD YOUR OWN TABLE! This 3-hour mother/daughter workshop is a great opportunity to build and bond, and make sparks fly, too! In family duos, you’ll learn the basics of MIG (metal inert gas) welding process, techniques, and tools, to make your own steel side table to take home. MIG (metal inert gas) welding is an easy technique to learn, with many tools, magnetic jigs, and types of welds to practice. The table also has a wooden top which…

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PBWC Community Event Hosted by Intel

March 26 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Intel Folsom Campus Building FM7, 1900 Prarie City Road
Folsom, CA United States
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The Imposter Breakthrough: From Anxiety to Resilience  The Imposter Syndrome: a psychological pattern of behavior that breeds self-doubt, constant questioning of competence, and a reduced sense of belonging – and leaves 70 percent of U.S. workers unable to unlock their full professional potential. That’s almost three in every four Americans who experience symptoms of general anxiety, ongoing stress, and persistent workaholism to offset a fear of being exposed as a fraud. And it’s worse for women and people of color…

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April 2020

Black Female Project: Conversation for Black Women with White Mothers Spring 2020

April 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join us for our upcoming conversation: Black Women with White Mothers, facilitated by Dana E. Fitchett. During this conversation, Black-identifying women who have white mothers will discuss strategies for navigating racism and sexism in the workplace. The BlackFemaleProject Conversation Series began in March 2015. For over five years, we have covered a wide range of healing-centered topics to support Black women at work and beyond. Register for this virtual conversation here. 

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