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Pace e Bene Nonviolence Training

Community Collaboration Meeting

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March for Immigrant Workers, Immigration Reform and International Workers’ Day (SLO)

Dia del Inmigrante – Day of the Worker Rally (Santa Maria)

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Campaign Finance Reform in SLO – City Council

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Dancing For Democracy

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Walk For Autism And Awareness Fair

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Indivisible 5 Cities Meeting

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50/50 – Rethinking Past, Present and Future of Women + Power

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March For Independent Investigation

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Equality California – LGBT Advocacy Day

North SLO Progressives Monthly Meeting

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TWW MB Huddle/Indivisibles monthly meeting

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An Evening With Karen Aydelott

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Immigration Symposium: Strengthening Communities and Higher Education

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The Queer Crowd Monthly Meet Up

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Nature Fest at the Dana Adobe

Together We Will SLO Meeting

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Matt de la Peña: Author Talk & Book Signing

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March Against Rape Culture

SLO Progressives General Meeting

Stand With Planned Parenthood – The Station

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Protect Our Water Rally & Hearing

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Change Your Conversation – Change Your World

Poetry At The Steynberg – Patti Sullivan

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"On Thursday June 1, 2017, the Five Cities Diversity Coalition, the local organization providing resources promoting and celebrating the inclusion and affirmation of diversity in our communities, will preside, in conjunction with Lucia Mar Unified School District officials, at the unveiling ceremony of a major public arts work, being installed at the entrance of Arroyo Grande High School.

The 11-foot tall sculpture entitled “ARBORING OUR ROOTS of DIVERSITY”, designed by three Arroyo Grande High School students, and constructed under the direction of Jim Trask, a well-known local sculptor and artist, will serve as a prominent public symbol of the need for an understanding and acceptance of the equality of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and all the physical and mental abilities, comprising our individual identities, as well as a constant reminder that this equality is an essential component of any proud, peaceful and prosperous community.

The sculpture is funded by the Coalition with the generous support of numerous local Donor organizations and individuals.

The Coalition was formed in 2011, in part as a response to a widely reported cross burning incident in Arroyo Grande. In the past five years, under the leadership of Dr. W. David Conn, it has concentrated on its conviction that the best time to reach people on such a critical issue is while they are still young, before their personal belief systems are fully formed. This resulted in such activities as co-sponsoring guest speakers at Lucia Mar middle schools, delivering a powerful “anti-bullying” message, and sponsoring the “I AM” exhibit, in which hundreds of adults and kids of all ages expressed on canvas the qualities they believe makes them unique as individuals.

Michael Boyer, the Coalition’s Board Chair, states “In the future, a major goal of the Coalition will be to expand its guest Speakership Program to also include elementary schools, providing resources and curriculum materials to teachers themselves, encouraging them to - address the subject as part of all students’ learning experience”.

Sadly, Dr. Conn did not live to see the installation of “ARBORING OUR ROOTS of DIVERSITY” as he passed away suddenly on March 15, 2017. The sculpture will be dedicated in his memory."
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Sculpture Unveiling - Five Cities Diversity Coalition

June 1, 2017, 12:30pm - June 1, 2017, 1:00pm

On Thursday June 1 , 2017, the Five Cities Diversity Coalition, the local organization providing resources promoting and celebrating the inclusion and affirmation of diversity in our communities, will...

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In this polarized world, what can we do to contribute to a culture of peace?

Join authors and creators of Revolutionary Conversations Mark Fowler, Noal McDonald, and Barbara Gaughen-Muller in this community-building, peace-focused workshop. You will learn specific methods for building bridges with those who have different perspectives and come to see that peace begins with each of us and starts with a conversation.

Unity of San Luis Obispo, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Luis Obispo, Mosque Of Nasreen and Women's March SLO invite you to this hands-on workshop that will take place on June 3rd from 9am-4pm in San Luis Obispo. For details and to get your tickets, click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/211447886035457
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