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Thrive Sunday | A Politics of Love & Belonging

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Join us for a speical mid-term elections get-out-the-vote & upgrade-our-democrcy Thrive Sunday - A Politics of Love & Belonging - with guest speaker, elected official & political visionary J. Manuel Herrera, guest artist, poet & producer of 'The North Pole' series Josh Healey, the celebrated & soul-stirring Thrive Choir, and beloved co-hosts Cherine Badawi & Ann-Ellice Parker.

In a time of deep political crisis and division, how do we give birth to a politics of love & belonging that brings us all together to create a world that works for all? As a New American Majority rises, what is the hope and healing our democracy can look to as we welcome in a new era of political leadership & civic renewal?

What: Thrive East Bay is a community that brings people together at the intersections of belonging, meaning, the arts, and social change. Thrive Sundays are an opportunity to connect with a diverse and inspiring group of people; to be uplifted by music, singing, poetry, and story; and to experience the transformative power of community in service to a just and flourishing world.

When: Sunday, November 4 from 4 - 6pm (please arrive on time!)

Food & Connecting from 6 - 7pm

Where: First Congregational Church of Oakland (walkable from 19th Street Bart station)

2501 Harrison Street

Oakland, CA 94612

(This venue is wheelchair accessible.)

Earlier Event: October 7
Indigenous Soul, Imaginal Wisdom
Later Event: November 10
The Art of Community