MOCHA provides hands-on arts learning experiences for children and their families in our museum, in schools and preschools, and in public venues. MOCHA prepares educators to teach art and integrate arts learning across academic subject areas. MOCHA advocates for the arts as an essential part of a strong, vital and diverse community. MOCHA emphasizes outreach [...]
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Every day more and more Californians are losing their jobs, falling further behind on their rent or mortgage payments and sending their kids to failing schools. The Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment is dedicated to raising the voices of everyday Californians, neighborhood by neighborhood, so that our children have stronger communities and expanded opportunities…
“EBALDC would like to welcome you to our celebration of 35 successful years building healthy, vibrant communities. Please join us as we recognize our past achievements and look towards the future welcoming our new Executive Director, Jeremy Liu.”
ODALC presents “Learning The Basics: An Introduction to Computers” being held at OPLP’s community room (1448 10th Street, Oakland, CA 94607) located in West Oakland.
Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center (ODALC) will hold the grand opening of their new digital co-working and Internet literacy facility in the Frank G. Mar building located at 1224 Harrison Street, on Saturday, May 29th, 2010 at 1PM. ODALC’s service to disadvantaged youth and struggling small business owners in the community empowers them with digital literacy and technology to achieve higher career goals.
thu | may 20 | 7:30pm the oak park story human-powered: experimental shorts swan’s courtyard sponsored by ebaldc
The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC) was created around the dream of buying and preserving a beautiful but deteriorated warehouse in Oakland’s Chinatown. That warehouse became the Asian Resource Center, a multi-service center to house social services and businesses. The Asian Resource center is home to EBALDC, various nonprofit agencies, retail businesses, medical facilities, school district classes, and the Asian Resource Art Gallery.