From Strangers to Neighbors: Community Forums on Economic Inequality

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How can we thrive, and not just survive, in the Silicon Valley?  Join the 1500 Stories Project and Sacred Heart Community Service for the second of two evenings of community building around economic inequality in the Silicon Valley.  Come share your story, meet others in your community and discover ways to make a difference.  On Thursday October 25 from 6:30-8:30pm in the Visual and Performing Arts Center at De Anza College, we explore our Silicon Valley dreams and doubts.  There will be refreshments in the lobby beforehand and the Euphrat Museum of Art will open at 6pm so that visitors can see the fall art show (http://www.deanza.edu/euphrat/exhibitions.html) if you come early.  The event is open to the public and free and the parking is free.  1500 Stories is a collaborative art and digital storytelling project about economic inequality in the U.S. and is honored to partner for these public forums with Sacred Heart Community Service, a leader in addressing the root causes and consequences of poverty.  Visit 1500stories.org and www.sacredheartcs.org to learn more.  These forums are made possible by support from California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities (www.calhum.org); views expressed at the forums do not necessarily represent those of Cal Humanities or the NEH.  Contact jennifermyhre@1500stories.org with questions and RSVP at https://fromstrangerstoneighbors.splashthat.com/ or share the Facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/236288323711699/

 

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