CODEPINK invites you for a weekend of healing, storytelling, teach-ins, skill-sharing, coalition building, camping, singing and dancing under the stars in breathtaking Sonoma County. We are building for a just transition from the war economy to networks of local peace economies. Our vision is to grow and deepen our community by coming together to examine our role(s) in the war economy and learn together how to shift our individual and collective values and behaviors in service of uplifting local peace economies. We commit to co-creating a brave space for our participants & movements to connect, heal, and unite!
Registration is BELOW! Price includes meals!
Come for the weekend or for a day. You can camp outside (bring/borrow a tent!) or sleep in the barn for a slumber party!
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Confirmed Speakers & Workshops
*Saturday will be a space only for womxn, trans people and gender-non-conforming people.
- Registration is at 9, sessions begin at 10, our walk to Solstice Hill will be around 6, followed by dinner.
- This day is about divesting from the war economy and how we grow local peace economies with a commitment to a Just Transition.
- The CODEPINK team of Ann, Ariel, Brienne, Haley, Jodie, Mariana, Mary, Medea, Nancy, Paula, and Taylor will lead us through connecting, stretching, learning, sharing and caring. With special guest speakers: Former Mayor Gayle McLaughlin of Richmond, Mianta McKnight of Justice Now, Peyton Provenzano of Berkeley CopWatch, Toni Cervantes & Irene Montantes and Diane Monroe.
- There will be dancing, singing, drawing, writing, walking, sharing meals, meeting new people and connecting with those you have been in the streets with for years.
All people and genders are welcome on Sunday.
- Registration is at 9, sessions begin at 10, our walk to Solstice Hill will be around 6, followed by goodbyes.
- This day we will dive deeper into all the ways we are engaged to end war and bring the money home to the needs of our communities. We will learn together and in workshops.
- The three workshops tracts are Accomplices Not Allies, Solidarity with Palestine, and Skill Building.
- Our guest speakers are: Ohlone leader Johnella La Rose, Military Family Activist Stacy Bannerman, Dr. Jennifer Martinez, Executive Director Faith In Action Bay Area (formerly SFOP/PIA) and affiliate of the PICO National Network, Palestinian-American activist Nadya Tannous of Interfaith Peace Builders, Retired U.S. Army Colonel turned peace activist, Ann Wright, Dr. Jennifer Martinez, Executive Director Faith In Action Bay Area (formerly SFOP/PIA), Ayesha Khan, a Pakistani journalist, researcher, and activist, Rebecca Merton of Community Initiatives to Visit Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC) and Jasmin Tobar of CISPES.
- And back by popular demand, the amazing Nina Wise will lead us into the power of our bodies.
On Sunday the gift of To The Bay and Back's delicious Strawberry Swirl, Lemon, and Gogi Berry cheese cakes.
We look forward to sharing this time with you, let us know if you have questions: Taylor@CODEPINK.org
The fee of $25.00 per day/per person covers food and camping. CODEPINK is covering all other expenses, and Jodie Evans is hosting us.
19100 Coleman Valley Rd
Occidental, CA 95465