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Oakland's Geography of Resistance Map

This map was created by BAY-Peace to document how Oakland youth are using the arts to resist instutional violence. It features short videos that highlight Oakland youth mobilizing to reclaim physical spaces in our city, promoting heaing through art.
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Bay Peace

on 30 November 2015

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Transcript of Oakland's Geography of Resistance Map

The Oakland's Geography of Resistance Kick Off event was celebrated at the Humanist Hall in May of 2015 with a focus on Police Brutality.
In July, 2015, BAY-Peace returned to Qilombo/Afrikatown with a Theater of the Oppressed workshop that connected with the issue of gentrification and community control that this community center is organizing around.
In July 2015 BAY-Peace spent the day at Driver Plaza in North Oakland. Along with youth from Phat Beets, they joined Aunti Frances, and the Self Help Hunger Project, that has been waging

a 7 year campaign against gentrification.

Together they gathered greens and prepared a meal for long-time neighbors, whose use of the park is under threat by newer residents.
BAY-Peace youth spent a day with 67 Sueños, learning about their Migrant/Worker Rights mural at CCPA high school in East Oakland.
In April of 2015, Peace in Action youth
chose the Headquarters of the
Oakland Police Department as the location
for their poetry "rant" against police brutality.
To learn more visit:
http://www.phatbeetsproduce.org/
To learn more visit:
http://qilombo.org/
To learn more visit:
http://www.67suenos.org/
After a poetry cypher at the foot of the Champions for Humanity monument in downtown Oakland, BAY-Peace youth shared Theater of the Oppressed workshop with members of Youth Together.
For more information visit:
http://www.youthtogether.net/
The Oakland's Geography of Resistance Kick Off event was celebrated at the Humanist Hall in May of 2015 with a focus on Police Brutality.
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