Ages 8 and up. All skill levels welcome. Learn how to knit and/or crochet or finish up the forgotten project. Knit and crochet with others and be inspired! Join us in the 4th floor Story Room.
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Author Cecile Pineda reads from her forthcoming book, Three Tides: Writing at the Edge of Being, and shares 40 years of the writing life, the breakthroughs, the discouragements, and the daily practice. She will be introduced by Professor Marcial Gonzalez, UC Berkeley Dept. of English and author of Chicano Novels and the Politics of Form: Race, Class, and Reification. Reading is followed by a robust discussion with the audience and book signings.
This meticulous, high-quality documentary outlines the life and career of one of the most influential Black Americans in California politics. Former Berkeley resident, pharmacist, and California State Representative W. Byron Rumford was a true Civil Rights Icon. Among his other accomplishments, he created and passed a bill to eliminate unfair housing practices in California and engineered the passage of the 1959 Fair Employment Practices Act.