Swan’s Market 100th Anniversary Panel Discussion: What Makes A Neighborhood?
OAKLAND-- California Humanities is celebrating the Centennial Anniversary of Swan's Market alongside the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation.
On Saturday, July 22nd we will host a panel discussion at our office in Oakland on the second floor of Swan's Market, above the food court.
For 100 years, Swan's Market has been a place gathering and communityfor locals and small businesses. Join us for an afternoon of conversation and reflection about community and what helps our neighborhoods thrive in a time of constant change.
Panel Discussion: What Makes A Neighborhood?
Saturday, July 22, 2017
1:00 - 2:15 PM
Local community members and leaders will discuss the changes our neighborhoods face and how community members can respond to those changes with integrity and respect for the history of a place.
This conversation features:
Mayor Libby Schaaf of the City of Oakland
Kimberly Mayfield, Associate Professor and Chair of Education at Holy Names College
Gayle (Asali) Dickson©, artist and member of the Black Panther Party from 1970-1976.
Moderated by Jeremy Liu, Senior Fellow for Arts Culture and Equitable Development at PolicyLink.
This event is Free and open to the public.
Space is limited. Please register HERE.