This year, the Social Justice Center is doing things differently to respond to these troubling times. Our usual Winter Potluck has been expanded into a panel & community discussion around Survival, Community and Resistance in a time of trouble.

Our community is responding to the dangers of a Trump presidency using the experience and resources developed through years of community-building, organization-building, and action against white and male supremacy, homo- and transphobia, gender-based violence, economic injustice, mass incarceration, police violence, war, and other forms of injustice and oppression.

Bring a Friend! Bring a Dish! Bring ideas to share with your community. There will be a small silent auction.

We have a great panel lined up of folks across generations!

Who Are Our Panelists?
Anzala Alozie is a Social Change Agent and Advocate in the Capital District.

Taína Asili is a Puerto Rican activist, singer, songwriter and bandleader based in Albany, NY.

Xavier Cruz is a Bethlehem High School student and member of Capital Area Against Mass Incarceration.

Carmen Rau is the Executive Director of Holding Our Own, Inc. the women’s foundation of New York’s Capital Region.

Barbara Smith is an author, activist, and independent scholar who is a pioneer of Black Feminism.

Jaya Sundaresh is a writer and community activist based in Schenectady, NY.

Moderator: To Be Announced