Event

Un-Ghosting the Ghosted: A Call To Action

image of costumed healer on the steps of City Hall.

Kemyatta A.C. Hinkle, The Retrieval video still, 2018. Courtesy the Artist.

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This call to action brings together artists, activists, advocates, and policy makers whose work directly addresses the disappearance of Black women and girls through the current sex trafficking trade in the Bay Area and beyond. Through highlighting and amplifying the work that is already being done, we hope to explore how the intersection of art and activism can inspire action and collaboration moving forward.

Speakers Include: Sharmin Bock, Alameda County District Attorney’s Office; Ifasina Clear, Young Women’s Freedom Center; Regina Evans, Regina’s Door; Minouche Kandel, San Francisco Department on the Status of Women; and Sarai T. Smith-Mazariegos, SHADE Movement, Inc.
 

This event has been organized in partnership with Eden Rose Chapter of The Links, Incorporated as part of The Retrieval by Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle on view at the SFAC Galleries through April 7, 2018.

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1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Virtual Meeting