Join us on Sunday, September 10th at the City of Refuge in East Oakland for a beloved community gathering. At this gathering we'll view clips of the film, Las Abogadas, highlighting the plight of Black migrants. The full-length film follows four lawyers on the U.S./Mexico border who support the legal needs of migrants seeking asylum in the U.S.  

The screening will be followed by a panel of speakers, including recently arrived Black migrants who are settling here in the Bay Area. We'll learn about their experience in migration and explore ways to deepen beloved community with these families and across faith communities in the Bay Area. Feel free to invite others using the Facebook event here!


Sunday, Sept 10th, 2:00-4:00pm


City of Refuge United Church of Christ

8400 Enterprise Way, Oakland

The event is sponsored by: Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, Priority Africa Network, Downs Memorial United Methodist Church, and the City of Refuge, United Church of Christ.


Co-sponsors include: Kehilla Community Synagogue, Berkeley Friends Meeting, Nigerian American Public Affairs Committee, Africa House Sacramento, Lakeshore Ave Baptist Church, Marin Interfaith Council, Global Communication Education and Arts, Allen Temple Baptist Church, and Strawberry Creek Friends Meeting

RSVP Here by September 1

In solidarity,

Gala King and the IM4HI Team

Visit our website to learn more about us and events


Facebook  Twitter  Instagram