Oakland: Bill of Rights Day Celebration
It’s been an amazing year, full of victories for all Californians!
Come celebrate with us at our annual Bill of Rights Day. This year, we’ll be in Oakland at the Impact Hub, a coworking space for change-makers!
After the program, enjoy appetizers and an open bar at the reception, honoring:
Dorsey Nunn for his commitment to racial justice, especially in voting rights and for catalyzing the nation's "ban the box" movement. His work empowering formerly incarcerated people is an inspiration.
Dr. Milton Estes for his leadership and decades of service to the ACLU both in Northern California and nationally. Milton has served as an advisor in the areas of reproductive justice, public health, and HIV/AIDS policy, as well as providing exemplary service as a Board leader.
Let’s honor these bold leaders together and celebrate a year of legislative successes for civil rights and civil liberties!
Doors open at 12:30 p.m.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 621-2493 x386.
Can't make it this year?
Getting to Bill of Rights Day
Taking BART to the event? Get off at 19th Street BART
- The Impact Hub is roughly an eight minute walk from 19th Street BART in Oakland. (map & directions)
- The Impact Hub is located in downtown Oakland accessible by the 980, 880, or 580 freeways (map & directions)
There are several parking options, which include general street parking and a handful of paid parking lots: