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November 16, 2018 | 6-9PM

The green room | San Francisco

 

A NIGHT IN BOLD

 
 

A NIGHT OF STORIES TO UNITE US.
IN PURPLE.

In 2016, we ignited a storytelling movement that has drawn over 2,500 attendees across the U.S. to listen to powerful stories on some of society’s most polarizing issues, such as Islamophobia, Homelessness, and Gun Violence.

 
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You play a critical role in providing a platform to uplift these unheard voices and provide reach to communities where these stories are most needed. Join us to celebrate and support this movement as we work towards one goal:

RESTORE COMPASSION AND CLOSE THE POLITICAL DIVIDE.

I was thinking to myself, “Am I going to have to be a single mother to three children again?” Thirty-five minutes later, all I could remember were sirens. And being in a vehicle speeding trying to get me to a “hospital.”
— Myisha T on Mental Health, February, 2018

get classy for a cause.


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the evening.

The gala kicks off with hosted beer, wine, artisanal cocktails, and chef-prepared cuisine to live music on a balcony overlooking City Hall. Then, feel the power of social justice storytelling with three of the most impactful stories this past year. The evening ends with an after-party for movers and shakers in Bay Area social justice work.

the theme.

Purple represents bravery, compassion, and the intersection of red and blue. Whether it's an inspired accent or a bold number, we're looking forward to your semi-formal to formal interpretation of this theme.

Pantone has made it the color of 2018. We couldn't agree more.

 

the Green Room.

401 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102

We encourage you to take public transportation, Lyft, or park in one of the nearby garages.


BRING A DATE. OR MAKE IT A DOUBLE.

be a part of The CHANGE.
limited to first 150 tickets.


Partners

Each of our 20 storytellers this past year chose an organization to represent.
We raised nearly $10,000 to support these local organizations championing the fight for justice.

Why does it take someone being killed before we start thinking about how we’re living our lives and loving each other.
— Ayasha Tripp on Black Lives, 1.26.17

SPONSORS