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FIND/CONTACT US

OFFICE ADDRESS: 1730 Franklin St. Suite 201 Oakland, CA 94612

OFFICE NUMBER: 510-470-5019

Program Director: Linda Sanchez , LSanchez@afsc.org

Program Associate: Jacqueline Garcia-Martinez, JGarcia-Martinez@afsc.org

LoveLace Fellow: Humberto “Beto” Ortiz Silva, HOrtiz-Silva@afsc.org


SERVICES WE PROVIDE

GUEST SPEAKERS/WORKSHOPS

Are you organizing an educational conference or looking for inspirational speakers? Our youth leaders can share their transformative stories and ways to get motivated.  From motivating students, school sites and community organizations we believe that through sharing our stories and narratives we can help cultivate a space of hope and inspiration for your school site and/or community organization.

Workshops Topics Include: Racial Justice, Trauma Healing, Black & Brown Unity, Immigration Justice, Rapid Response Network Training, Herbalism, etc.

PEER-TO-PEER COUNSELING

Our young people have found power in their stories and are willing to support other peers going through similar struggles. From personal traumas, to school dilemmas, or young people are open to getting in touch with other young people to break the cycles of oppression existing in their lives and provide decolonial healthy habits in their healing journeys.

SPOKEN WORD PERFORMANCES

67 Sueños youth have developed an impressive portfolio of poetry that speaks on various issues impacting people of color.

Poems Topics Include: Stories of Anastasio Rojas & Maria Isabel, The Bracero Program, Criminalization of Youth, Migrant Nightmares, Gentrification, Black & Brown Unity, among others.