Reimagine Race, Poverty & the Environment

Reimagine Race, Poverty & the Environment Movements Making Media. Reimagine! is home of the national journal of social and environmental justice Race, Poverty and the Environment
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Reimagine! is new home of the national journal of social and environmental justice. Oakland, California (February 25, 2014) The Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment (CRPE), Urban Habitat (UH), and the Movement Strategy Center (MSC) today announced the launch of a new collaborative publishing endeavor—Reimagine! —which will be the new home of Race, Poverty & the Environment (RP&E), the national journal of social and environmental justice. “The journal is as relevant for the environmental justice movement today as it was at its founding in 1990,” said CRPE Executive Director Caroline Farrell. “In fact, given the demographic shifts in the United States, it's more important than ever that policy and advocacy reflect the interests and goals of people of color.” “Reimagine! will bring media professionals together with activists, policy advocates and academic experts to create print, web, and radio content,” said Reimagine’s Project Director Jess Clarke. “This will be media made by the people making change—not just media about them. It will bring a rare synthesis of analysis and on-the-ground experience to bear on environmental and social justice issues.” To inaugurate the new model for the publication of the RP&E journal and website and of Radio RP&E, the collaborative will host an event on March 27, 2014, at 6:30 PM at the East Bay Community Foundation, 200 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, CA. The event will be cosponsored by Making Contact, a program of the National Radio Project. The evening will begin with a panel discussion on “Movements Making Media” featuring Carl Anthony, cofounder of Urban Habitat and Breakthrough Communities; Miya Yosh*tani, executive director at the Asian Pacific Environmental Network; Alicia Garza, special projects director at the National Domestic Workers Alliance; and Saru Jayaraman, co-founder and co-director of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC-United). “The focus of the discussion will be the successes achieved and the challenges faced in creating media for, by and about social justice movements,” said Clarke, who will be the panel’s moderator. Following the panel discussion, representatives from racial, economic, social, and environmental justice organizations will participate in facilitated collaborative story conferencing on specific topics, which will help shape the editorial content of the new RP&E. Recorded highlights from the March 27 gathering will be made available at: www.reimaginerpe.org Reimagine! is a collaborative editorial project that enables media-making by community-based organizations and is a fiscally sponsored project of the Movement Strategy Center. It is the new home of RP&E. www.reimaginerpe.org The Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment (CRPE) is an environmental justice organization founded in 1989. CRPE uses collective action and the law to support communities of color that bear the brunt of environmental hazards. www.crpe-ej.org Urban Habitat (UH) builds power in low-income communities and communities of color by combining education, advocacy, research, and coalition building to advance environmental, economic and social justice in the Bay Area. www.urbanhabitat.org Movement Strategy Center (MSC) is a strategy and innovation center dedicated to building depth and scale in movements seeking to transform the world. www.movementstrategy.org Making Contact is a program of the National Radio Project, which produces media that analyses critical social and environmental issues and showcases grassroots solutions to inform and inspire audiences to action. The program gives voice to diverse perspectives and opinions underrepresented in the mass media. For more information about the new RP&E and Reimagine!, please contact: Jess Clarke Project Director, Reimagine! (775) 773-839 [email protected] 436 14th St. Fifth Floor Oakland, CA. 94612 Caroline Farrell Executive Director, Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment (661) 720-9140 x 302 [email protected] 1012 Jefferson St Delano, CA 93215

Mission: Reimagine! is a collaborative editorial project that enables media-making by community-based organizations and is a fiscally sponsored project of the Movement Strategy Center. It is the new home of Race, Poverty & the Environment (RP&E). RP&E is an essential tool for research in environmental justice history and a window into the future for progressive organizers nationwide. To read the latest issue of RP&E, visit: http://www.reimaginerpe.org

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Globalize Liberation

80,000 stories of 1999
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On November 30, 1999, a public uprising shut down the World Trade Organization and transformed downtown Seattle into a festival of resistance. Tens of thousands of people joined the nonviolent direct action blockade which encircled the WTO conference site, completely preventing conference meetings f...

Southern Border Communities Coalition
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Southern Border Communities Coalition

If you want to help immigrant families at the border call Congress ☎️ 1-844-332-6361 and tell your representatives NO more funding for border militarization!

We've also compiled a list of partner organizations in each state and in Mexico who you can reach out to! #LoveHasNoBorders

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July 8 & 10 Reading & Performance PLUS New Books ! New Podcasts

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You can keep this culture packed week going by joining Angela Urata, Associate Director of CLAWS (Collaborative Liberation Arts Wokshop Series) at Interplayce in Oakland where she's a member of the Interplay performance troup Wing It. On July 10 as part of a broad convening for Interplay's Art & So...

12/26/2017
Phat Beets Produce

See the interview in this issue about Farm to Food Truck economic empowerment

Invest in Restorative Economics! We are on the last push for the food justice food truck! Thank you to Malachi and the North Oakland Restorative Justice Council for helping bridge the gap between food and restorative justice via their Restorative Economics Work! Please Donate Today https://igg.me/at/Wrwk0eewWqs #YouthJobsSaveLives #RestorativeEconomics

RP&E Release Party & Performances - 12/16,  7 pm http://p0.vresp.com/4BKooa https://www.facebook.com/events/175590650471...
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RP&E Release Party & Performances - 12/16, 7 pm

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Hi Friend,Reimagine! invites you to a cultural celebration of Race, Poverty & the Environment (RP&E) & CLAWS  Resist • Restore • Rejuvenate Saturday, December 16, 7-9:30 pm Finnish Hall, 1970 Chestnut St., Berkeley, 94703  Smoothies • Snacks • Socializing • Storytelling • Movement • ...

Conversations on Race & Resistance + Theater Intensive http://p0.vresp.com/80HwLk http://www.reimaginerpe.org/claws/thea...
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Conversations on Race & Resistance + Theater Intensive

Conversations on Race & Resistance + Theater Intensive http://p0.vresp.com/80HwLk http://www.reimaginerpe.org/claws/theater-intensive-2017

Emory Douglas is the former minister of culture and revolutionary artist for the Black Panther Party, who continues to be a progressive artist dealing with social commentary in his artwork. This interview is a portion of an on-going project called I Am San Francisco: Black Past & Presence (IAMSF). /...

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Timeline Photos

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03/16/2017

Reimagine Race, Poverty & the Environment

01/20/2017
Right To The City Alliance

my peeps at Right to the City singing out loud in DC #J20 #rebelcitiies
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09/22/2016
I Am San Francisco: Black Past and Presence_ IAMSF 4

Did you know that Emory Douglas, Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party, is one of the artists featured in the I am San Francisco Art Opening/ RP&E Release Party? Join us later this afternoon at CCSF. Fore more info, visit http://www.reimaginerpe.org/21-1/release-party-9-22-16-ccsf-san-francisco

I Am San Francisco: Black Past and Presence presents visual art and commentary that celebrates and acknowledges the creativity and existence of native Black ...

9/22 RP&E Power in Place reception and articles http://p0.vresp.com/cgcpZE #IAMSF #LivingBlack #Reimagine #RP&E http://r...
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9/22 5 PM - RECEPTION - RP&E Power in Place Preview

9/22 RP&E Power in Place reception and articles http://p0.vresp.com/cgcpZE #IAMSF #LivingBlack #Reimagine #RP&E http://reimaginerpe.org

RP&E’s Power in Place issue is now available in print and selected articles are appearing online. If you are not yet a paid subscriber, place your subscription order today and receive a beautiful new full-color volume of 98 pages in the mail, or pick it up in person at our release reception and part...

09/21/2016

Meet some of the IAMSF exhibition contributors by watching IAMSF video teaser #3 and we'll see you tomorrow at the IAMSF exhibition reception and RP&E release party... http://youtu.be/QdoU9rcDYsQ
For more info, visit reimaginerpe.org.

Here's a sneak peak at the I Am San Francisco video series by  Jarrel Phillips! Come out to the I Am San Francisco Exhib...
09/15/2016
I Am San Francisco: Black Past and Presence Video Series

Here's a sneak peak at the I Am San Francisco video series by Jarrel Phillips! Come out to the I Am San Francisco Exhibition Reception & RP&E Release party on Sept 22 at City College of San Francisco. http://www.avesidea.org/2016/09/15/iamsfseries/

A sneak peak at the I Am San Francisco video series that will unfold into a short film produced, filmed, and edited by Jarrel Phillips. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 “San Francisco has always been a …

Sept 22, Reception Invite: IAMSF Exhibit and RP&E Release Party http://p0.vresp.com/zZJKGS #IAMSF
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Sept 22, Reception Invite: IAMSF Exhibit and RP&E Release Party

Sept 22, Reception Invite: IAMSF Exhibit and RP&E Release Party http://p0.vresp.com/zZJKGS #IAMSF

The City College of San Francisco Rosenberg Library (CCSF) will host a joint reception for the mixed media exhibition I Am San Francisco: Black Past and Presence (IAMSF) and the new issue of Race, Poverty & the Environment, Power in Place.  Where: City College of San Francisco, 50 Phelan Ave., Rosen...

Celebrate Grace Lee Boggs - Reimagine Media w/ RP&E http://p0.vresp.com/6iWB1S #vr4smallbiz http://www.reimaginerpe.org/...
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Celebrate Grace Lee Boggs - Reimagine Media w/ RP&E

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Hi Friend of RP&E, Reimagine! Movements Making Media proudly co-sponsored the events earlier this year celebrating the life and legacy of Grace Lee Boggs, and we are committed to keeping her legacy alive in the stories and analysis we publish in Race, Poverty & the Environment (RP&E), the national j...

Hot off the keyboard: "Communities Unite to Stop Dirty Power," RP&E's March 2016 digital edition! And we're sharing our ...
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Hot off the keyboard: "Communities Unite to Stop Dirty Power," RP&E's March 2016 digital edition! And we're sharing our in-the-trenches look at Oakland's fight to stop the coal export terminal and Oxnard's battle against a new power plant with other independent media outlets in an exciting collaboration with The Media Consortium. #keepitintheground

If you missed the RP&E digital edition in your inbox, you can now see it online at http://www.reimaginerpe.org/silicon-v...
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If you missed the RP&E digital edition in your inbox, you can now see it online at http://www.reimaginerpe.org/silicon-valley. Riders, renters and workers rise! (photo of downtown San Jose bus stop © 2015 Tiburon)

Interview with The Joyce Gordon Gallery now featured on RP&E! By Christine Joy Ferrer and Jarrel Phillips
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Sustaining Cultural and Creative Spaces | Reimagine!

Interview with The Joyce Gordon Gallery now featured on RP&E! By Christine Joy Ferrer and Jarrel Phillips

play pause stop mute unmute previous next Download Joyce Gordon Interview "So here I am! I get to be around all the kinds of people I like and enjoy, and who inspire me, motivate me, and make me happy. But I am also the poorest, the brokest, I’ve been in my whole life. In the beauty business, I made…

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RP&E Contributing Editor Bob Allen will be on "Your Call" with Rose Aguilar this morning, 10 a.m. on KALW 91.7 FM. On the show with him, Public Advocates Staff Attorney David Zisser, co-author of an article in our new issue...They will be talking about transportation planning in the Bay Area.

Reimagine Race, Poverty & the Environment
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Reimagine Race, Poverty & the Environment

Don't miss out on the Seeds and Soul Indigenous Cultural Exchange Festival in Oakland, Saturday, October 24th... 9 AM - ...
10/20/2015
Seeds & Soul

Don't miss out on the Seeds and Soul Indigenous Cultural Exchange Festival in Oakland, Saturday, October 24th... 9 AM - 8 PM... An interview with Seeds and Soul co-producer and lead organizer Joana "LoveSpeak" Cruz will be published in the next issue of RP&E. She will also be speaking at our RP&E release party on Nov. 19th!

Indigenous Cultural Exchange & Festival

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