Oakland: Bill of Rights Day 2018
Tickets will not be sold at the door.
Beyond the Bay: Building Power for California’s Future
Come celebrate with us at the ACLU Foundation of Northern California's annual Bill of Rights Day at the Impact Hub Oakland.
Recognize bold leaders and celebrate a year of legislative successes for civil rights and civil liberties in California. This year’s honorees include:
Basim Elkarra for his unwavering commitment to expanding civil rights for Muslim Americans and all Americans, and for building respect and understanding between ethnic groups, faith communities and government agencies.
Lisa Honig for her exceptional, decades-long commitment to civil liberties and service to the ACLU through board leadership in Northern California and nationally.
After the program, join us for a reception and enjoy appetizers and an open bar.
Doors open at 12:30 p.m. — program starts at 1 p.m.
Tickets are $10 low-income/student, $25 general admission.
Getting to Bill of Rights Day
Taking BART to the event? Get off at 19th Street BART
The Impact Hub is a 6-minute (0.3 miles) walk from 19th Street BART in Oakland
The Impact Hub is located in downtown Oakland accessible by the 980, 880, or 580 freeways
There are limited parking options, which include street parking and a metered parking lot behind the Impact Hub (enter on 24th street). Parking can range between $5-15 per vehicle.
Impact Hub Oakland
2323 Broadway (less than a half mile from 19th St. BART station)
Oakland, CA 94612
For more information, contact Steven at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-621-2493 x386