Can we afford to be racially “colorblind” in today’s world? [Video]

Announcement for this event:

On February 23, Standing for Justice will be presenting at the Oakmont Democratic Club regular monthly meeting at the East Rec Center 7902 Oakmont Drive. 6:30 p.m. socializing, 7-8:30 p.m. program. Standing for Justice will hold a public forum entitled Rooting out Racial Injustice in Sonoma County.  You are invited to join the conversation.  A panel of speakers will give us an historical framework for understanding racial relations in Sonoma County as well as a picture of who is currently doing what to combat the effects of racism throughout our county.  We will learn how and where we can plug in to root out white supremacy and its racist tendrils here at home.  There will be time for

Q & A following the presentations. Come join us.

Speakers will include: 

Kirstyne Lange, president of the SR chapter of NAACP,

Diana Kingsbury , Housing advocate of the North Bay Organizing Project, and

Alegria DeLa Cruz, Director of the Sonoma County Office of Equity.  It promises to be both insightful and impactful.

  • Where?   East Rec Center (7902 Oakmont Drive,  Oakmont)
  • When?    6:30 Socializing   7:00 Program
  • Why?  Because if we don’t stand up to injustice… we can’t complain about inequity. 

Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 833 9119 6784
Passcode: 968728

ODC Board Elections:
Join us at this meeting in voting for Oakmont Democratic Club Board members. Nominations can be taken from the floor. Current nominee slate:
– Tom Amato
– Chris Thompson
– Kate Bond
– Ida Rae Egli
– Robin Jurs
– Marcia Babb