WED, MAY 1, 7 PM With 13 million workers, the restaurant industry is one of the largest and fastest-growing sectors of the US economy—and it is also the lowest paying. Join Saru Jayaraman, in a vibrant discussion about what these low wages mean for tipped workers, how this relates to #MeToo, and what can be done. Followed by a dessert reception.
TUE, MAY 7, 7 PM In this film, directed by Sam Ball, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David M. Kennedy come together from remarkably different backgrounds, life experiences, and points of view to explore the idea of a unifying "American creed." Following the viewing, Joan Blades and Elyse Eidman-Aadahl will lead a discussion highlighting the film's citizen-activists who strive to reconnect our country's ideals across deep divides.
Two transformative summer experiences in Oakland and Berkeley for pre-K to high school students. With two unique programs and locations in @Oakland and @Berkeley, we truly offer something for everyone! Both programs have been thoughtfully designed with your camper’s age and interests in mind.
FRI, MAY 17, 7 PM Clarinetist Ben Goldberg presents Archimedes Lullaby, a new work scored for a quintet consisting of some of the most important improvising musicians in the Bay Area
Being a Parent & a Partner with Josh Gressel, PhD: WED, MAY 1, 6:30-8 PM | Cong. Netivot Shalom: 1316 University Ave, Berkeley Why Your Relationship Doesn't Feel Like What You See in the Movies: Effectively Communicating with Your Partner While Parenting