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Wed, Aug 17

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Location is TBD (Oakland, CA)

Launch Happy Hour: Change Makers Cohort 2:

Join us for a Happy Hour to learn more about our upcoming program launch, meet new people, and have a good time!

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Launch Happy Hour: Change Makers Cohort 2:
Launch Happy Hour: Change Makers Cohort 2:

Time & Location

Aug 17, 2022, 5:30 PM

Location is TBD (Oakland, CA)

About the Event

The goal of Black Citizen is to build community power by investing in emerging leaders who seek to sustain the movement for Black lives by transforming their local communities.

Applications are NOW OPEN for the second cohort of Emerging Leaders in our Change Makers program. This program provides professional leadership coaching, micro-grants up to $10,000, and an opportunity to publish original work and be featured on a YouTube show through a collaboration with LastGenPublishing.

With your help, 6 new community organizers will achieve:

  • better defined social agency
  • increased competency around movement building
  • adoption of tools to collectively challenge oppressive systems
  • and a thought leadership platform to scale their impact through others

(see program details below)

HAPPY HOUR

We're bringing folks together to learn more about the program and the organizations behind them.

We're currently seeking:

  • Applicants for Cohort 2
  • Funding for Cohort 2 (all donation sizes are welcomed!)
  • and a network of supporters to help us grow our programs and services over time

We'll be gathering at a bar in Oakland, with more details to be shared soon.

This is a free event, and all donations of $50+ come with a free drink ticket.

Come through!

And if you can't make it, you can still:

APPLY FOR THE COHORT

DONATE TO THE PROGRAM

PROGRAM DETAILS

The 6-month program consists of:

  • Professional 1:1 weekly leadership coaching through our partner A-Plan Coaching
  • Monthly group coaching to share experiences and discuss strategies about how to build power, building a personal brand, career exploration, and dealing with mental health at work and in community
  • Publishing a cohort-wide e-book showcasing each member’s expertise
  • Recording interviews and podcasts to amplify cohort voices

Ideal applicants:

  • Are located in the Bay Area
  • Actively leading movements in their local communities
  • Focus areas: Increasing Civic Engagement Among Black Voters, Addressing Economic and Wealth Disparities, K-12 Education, General Health & Wellness, Climate Justice, General Support for Disenfranchised Communities

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