Author: Karina Briseno
Who are we? Answering the clarion call of the Black Lives Matter movement, BLAAC facilitates
connection, dialogue, and cooperation among Black leaders, anti-racist allies, change making organizations, and concerned individuals in Monterey County and beyond in order to build collaborative relationships that make a difference and … read more.
This Wednesday, February 1st, in celebration of Black History Month, Mel Mason former Presidential candidate, California Gubernatorial candidate, NAACP President Monterey chapter, and perhaps the only remaining Monterey County former Black Panther,
will be the keynote speaker at Lighthouse Cinemas in Pacific Grove, hosted by Black Leaders … read more.
Periodically some scam-artists try to impersonate your ministers by sending an email or text asking for money or gift cards– please know that we would not make these requests in that way, and if you ever get a message requesting funds, please double-check with us– … read more.
There will be a Men’s I-Help (Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program) dinner this coming Sunday, January 29th. We provide dinners and shelter for about 16 homeless men. Sign up to contribute food on the “Men’s I-Help Dinner” food contribution list posted on the News and … read more.
Action: Ask President Biden to Sign the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons Sponsored by American Friends Service Committee, World Beyond War, Coalition on Human Needs, and others.
Land Acknowledgement Conversation
With special guest, Louise Miranda Ramirez, Tribal Chairwoman,
Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Nation
Saturday February 25 9am-3pm
Live at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Monterey Peninsula
Everyone is Invited!
Maybe you’ve read or heard about An Indigenous History of the US by Roxanne Dunbar … read more.