One of the most important, yet least known activists of our time, Dolores Huerta was an equal partner in founding the first farm workers union with César Chávez. Tirelessly leading the fight for racial and labor justice, Huerta evolved into one of the most defiant feminists of the 20th century — and she continues the fight to this day, in her late 80s. With unprecedented access to this intensely private mother of 11, Peter Bratt’s film Dolores chronicles Huerta’s life from her childhood in Stockton, California to her early years with the United Farm Workers, from her work with the headline-making grape boycott launched in 1965 to her role in the feminist movement of the ’70s, to her continued work as a fearless activist.
Featuring interviews with Gloria Steinem, Luis Valdez, Angela Davis, her children and more, Dolores is an intimate and inspiring portrait of a passionate champion of the oppressed and an indomitable woman willing to accept the personal sacrifices involved in committing one’s life to social change.
Peter Bratt is an award-winning screenwriter and independent filmmaker whose first feature Follow Me Home, premiered in competition at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival, and won the Best Feature Film Audience Award that same year at the San Francisco International Film Festival. In 2009, he and his brother Benjamin produced La Mission, a feature film shot on location in their hometown of San Francisco. The film, which Peter wrote and directed, premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and was the opening night film at the 2009 San Francisco International Film Festival, the 2009 New York International Latino Film Festival and the 2009 Outfest Film Festival in Los Angeles. For his work on La Mission, Bratt received the prestigious Norman Lear Writer’s Award and was one of 10 American independent filmmakers selected by Sundance and the President’s Committee on Arts and Humanities to launch Sundance Film Forward, a program that uses film and conversation to excite and introduce a new generation to the power of story. Bratt is a San Francisco Film Commissioner and a longtime consultant for the Friendship House Association of American Indians, a local non-profit serving the Bay Area’s Native population.
2017 CRITICS CHOICE DOCUMENTARY AWARD
Most Compelling Living Subject of a Documentary
2017 CRITICS CHOICE DOCUMENTARY AWARD
Best Political Documentary (Nominated)
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AUDIENCE AWARD
Join us at the third annual LGBTQ Youth Summit! This event is open to LGBTQ youth, adults, allies, parents, teachers, and anyone else who would like to attend. Enjoy a variety of workshops, free food, entertainment, a resource fair, and more!
The keynote speaker is Zoey Luna, from the film Raising Zoey!
Saturday, March 10th, 2018
9:30AM – 3:30PM
California State University, Bakersfield
9001 Stockdale Highway
Bakersfield, CA 93311
OPEN TO ALL – This is a FREE event and there is no charge to attend.
YOUR VOICE MATTERS! LET’S ALL STAND WITH ALL OF OUR STUDENTS!
KHSD COMMUNITY MEETING
TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2018
5801 SUNDALE AVE., BAKERSFIELD, CA
This is our chance to ensure all students are treated fairly and get the education they deserve. Together, we can hold the school board accountable regarding student suspensions and expulsions, making sure students feel safe at school, and hiring and training diverse teachers who can manage a classroom and treat all students equally.
Teleconferencing sites at Shafter High, Arvin High & Kern Valley High Translation available.
Educating and caring for all students is one way to create a #HealthySouthKern
JOIN US FOR A For more information, please contact Gloria Garcia, email@example.com | 661-725-4350, ext 302
¡TU VOZ IMPORTA! ¡VAMOS A ALZAR CON TODOS NUESTROS ESTUDIANTES!
REUNIÓN COMUNITARIA KHSD
MARTES, 30 DE ENERO, 2018 | 6-8 PM
OFICINAS DE KHSD
5801 SUNDALE AVE., BAKERSFIELD, CA
Esta es nuestra oportunidad de garantizar que todos los estudiantes reciban un trato justo y reciban la educación que merecen. Juntos, podemos hacer responsable a la junta directiva escolar por las suspensiones y expulsiones, por asegurar que los estudiantes se sientan seguros en la escuela, por contratar y capacitar a maestros que reflejen la diversidad del alumnado y que puedan gestionar un aula, y por asegurar que los maestros traten a todos los estudiantes de manera igual.
Educar y cuidar a todos los estudiantes es una forma de crear un #SurKernSaludable
Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto con Gloria Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org | 661-725-4350, ext 302
The mission of Women’s March is to harness the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social change. Women’s March is a women-led movement providing intersectional education on a diverse range of issues and creating entry points for new grassroots activists & organizers to engage in their local communities through trainings, outreach programs and events. Women’s March is committed to dismantling systems of oppression through nonviolent resistance and building inclusive structures guided by self-determination, dignity and respect.
Join us on Saturday January 20, 2018, for the 2nd Annual National Women’s March! Along with major cities across the country, we will once again show our STRENGTH!!
Please join and share!
Join Dolores Huerta and DHF Staff and volunteers at Women’s March Fresno www.womensmarchfresno.com Contact Lulu Olivas (559) 908-4692
Join DHF Executive Director, Camila Chavez, DHF Staff and volunteers at Women’s March Visalia Contact Irlanda Ramirez (559) 553-5713
DHF Staff and volunteers will not be joining the Los Angeles Women’s March due to inclement weather on the grapevine.
We believe that Women’s Rights are Human Rights and Human Rights are Women’s Rights. We must create a society in which women – including Black women, Native women, poor women, immigrant women, disabled women, Muslim women, lesbian queer and trans women – are free and able to care for and nurture their families, however they are formed, in safe and healthy environments free from structural impediments.
Women deserve to live full and healthy lives, free of all forms of violence against our bodies. We believe in accountability and justice in cases of police brutality and ending racial profiling and targeting of communities of color. It is our moral imperative to dismantle the gender and racial inequities within the criminal justice system.
We believe in Reproductive Freedom. We do not accept any federal, state or local rollbacks, cuts or restrictions on our ability to access quality reproductive healthcare services, birth control, HIV/AIDS care and prevention, or medically accurate sexuality education. This means open access to safe, legal, affordable abortion and birth control for all people, regardless of income, location or education.
We firmly declare that LGBTQIA Rights are Human Rights and that it is our obligation to uplift, expand and protect the rights of our gay, lesbian, bi, queer, trans or gender non-conforming brothers, sisters and siblings. We must have the power to control our bodies and be free from gender norms, expectations and stereotypes.
We believe in an economy powered by transparency, accountability, security and equity. All women should be paid equitably, with access to affordable childcare, sick days, healthcare, paid family leave, and healthy work environments. All workers – including domestic and farm workers, undocumented and migrant workers – must have the right to organize and fight for a living minimum wage.
We believe Civil Rights are our birthright, including voting rights, freedom to worship without fear of intimidation or harassment, freedom of speech, and protections for all citizens regardless of race, gender, age or disability. We believe it is time for an all-inclusive Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
We believe that all women’s issues are issues faced by women with disabilities and Deaf women. As mothers, sisters, daughters, and contributing members of this great nation, we seek to break barriers to access, inclusion, independence, and the full enjoyment of citizenship at home and around the world. We strive to be fully included in and contribute to all aspects of American life, economy, and culture.
Rooted in the promise of America’s call for huddled masses yearning to breathe free, we believe in immigrant and refugee rights regardless of status or country of origin. We believe migration is a human right and that no human being is illegal.
We believe that every person and every community in our nation has the right to clean water, clean air, and access to and enjoyment of public lands. We believe that our environment and our climate must be protected, and that our land and natural resources cannot be exploited for corporate gain or greed – especially at the risk of public safety and health.
INTO ACTION is a groundbreaking social justice festival of art and ideas. An expansive week long pop-up art exhibition, INTO ACTION features a series of large format creative installations, music performances, panel discussions and activist workshops designed to inspire hope, galvanize community and ignite creative engagement. Together, we will issue a call for empathy, accountability, equality, and compassion and manifest a more just society and build momentum for the year to come.
Communities around the United States and worldwide are filled with good people living in fear. Families are being torn apart. Our city, state and federal spending priorities are broken. Institutional bias and racism has eroded trust, access and representation. This has left many feeling angry and powerless.
Despite the circumstances of great oppression we have also seen our neighbors greatest expressions of humanity and solidarity. Artists and activists are showing up with urgency to dismantle the unjust, to speak truth to power and to demand more from our government and from each other. This January, we illuminate our resilience and we take back our hope.
Join Dolores Huerta, Arvin City Mayor, Jose Gurrola, Former City Councilman, Mark Salvaggio and CSUB Professor and Chair of the Political Science Department, Dr. Mark Martinez for a Community Town Hall on the Proposition 13 Commercial Property Tax Loophole and learn more about the statewide Make It Fair Initiative.
Make It Fair Townhall
Thursday, November 9th, 2017
6:00 to 8:00 P.M
911 20th Street Bakersfield, CA
Learn about how we can close California’s commercial property tax loophole and invest more than $68 million into our local schools, libraries, parks and hospitals.
Donald Trump is planning big tax cuts for corporations and will pay for them with massive budget cuts—taking away health care, education, job training and even Meals on Wheels from millions of Americans. Right here in California these same wealthy corporations are pocketing over $9 billion dollars in commercial property tax breaks every year – money that should be going to education, health care and all the other local services Trump wants to take away. California can no longer afford it. Big corporations and the wealthy need to pay their fair share.
The Make It Fair campaign is standing up to Trump and making our state more self-reliant by closing a loophole, leveling the playing field, and updating under-assessed commercial properties based on their actual value. Make It Fair will provide $9 billion of annual revenue that can be used to protect education, health care and the other services we care about from Trump’s cuts while protecting small businesses and reaffirming Prop 13’s protections for homeowners. This common sense correction to our property tax system will generate billions of dollars in desperately needed revenue by updating under-assessed commercial properties based on their actual value and creating a level playing field for all businesses.
Judge Paco Dominguez
Judge Gonzalo Garcia
Judge Marcos Lizarraga
Judge Maria Salas Mendoza
Judge Laura Strathmann
Judge Alama Trejo
Senator Jose Rodriguez
State Representative Cesar Blanco
Delia Briones, County Clerk
City Representative Cissy Lizarraga
City Representative Henry Rivera & Dora Oaxaca Rivera
Veronica Escobar, Candidate for Congress 16th District
Dori Fenenbock, Candidate for Congress 16th District
Ricardo Samaniego, Candidate for County Judge
James Michael Armstrong
Veronica Reyes Cintron
Emmy Castillo Jordan
Gilbert Jorgenson, Leo Marketing
Carmen I. Perez
Congressman Beto O’Rourke
Judge Javier Alvarez
Judge Diane Navarette
Judge Anna Perez
Jay Hulings, Candidate for Congress Dist. 23
Sergio Lewis, Candidate for County Commissioner Pct. 2
Patsy Patino, Candidate for JP #4
Lily and Joe Limon, Former City Representatives
Dr. Anna Perez
$250 Aguila Level – Name listed on social media, signed photo with Dolores, recognition at reception, name is listed on program at the event
$100 Paloma Level – Name listed on social media, recognition at reception, name is listed on program at the event
$50 Mariposa Level – name is listed on program at the event
$25 Huertistas – Students with valid ID/ Working mothers and fathers.
For more information please contact: Norma Priscilla Chavez (915) 549-5444
Please join Dolores Huerta, Congressman Raúl Grijalva, state and local labor leaders, and staff of the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) in supporting the community organizing work of DHF and celebrating the release of DOLORES – a feature documentary about Dolores Huerta’s lifetime work for social justice.
Join Dolores Huerta, her family members and staff of the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) and support the community organizing work of DHF and celebrate the release of DOLORES – a feature documentary about Dolores Huerta’s lifetime work for social justice.
Join hosts Assemblywoman Anna Caballero, San Benito County Supervisor, Robert Rivas, CDP Executive Board Representative Dominic Dursa as they welcome Dolores Huerta, her family members and staff of the Dolores Huerta Foundation. (DHF) Support the community organizing work of DHF and celebrate the release of DOLORES– a feature documentary about Dolores Huerta’s lifetime work for social justice.
In a time of peril, California can light the path to a brighter future.We are the land of out-of-the-box thinking, startups and unprecedented ideas.
That’s why we are the perfect incubator for societal change initiatives that can inspire the rest of the country (and world).
The California Vision 2020 conference is bringing together some of our boldest visionaries, innovative change agents, and paradigm-shifting politicians to show how we can take California innovation to the next level.
We’ll come together to envision — and execute — breakthroughs in the thorny areas that we are faced with, from homelessness to racism to poverty to sustainability.
We’ll then harness movement-building, grassroots know-how, and aim for major changes by the year 2020 — the perfect time for a new vision of what is possible, both for us and the rest of America.
If you want to bring your whole self into being a leader of positive change and connect your work with others who share your passion for shifting our world, California Vision 2020 is for you!!
Celebrate Dolores Huerta and the release of DOLORES The Movie – a feature documentary about her lifetime work for social justice. And help support the community organizing work of Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF)!
Join the Dolores Huerta, the San Jose DHF Planning Committee and DHF Staff for a reception and fundraiser for DHF.
Monday, September 18, 2017
5:30 to 7:00 pm
Spartan Rose Garden, San Jose State University
Enjoy live music and light refreshments. No-host bar will be available.
For more information about other theaters and dates for DOLORES The Movie, visit doloresthemovie.com
#DOLORESHUERTA #SISEPUEDE #DOLORESTHEMOVIE
Join Dolores Huerta and the staff of the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) to support the community organizing work of DHF and celebrate the release of DOLORES The Movie– a feature documentary about Dolores Huerta’s lifetime work for social justice.
Sunday, September 24, 2017 12:30 – 2:30pm
The Padre Hotel 1702 18th St. Bakersfield, CA 93301
Enjoy live latin jazz, light appetizers and soft drinks. No host bar will be available.
Aguila Level – $1,000
Name printed on the program and recognition at the reception and at the end of the movie; 6 tickets* to the reception and the movie