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Social Justice Drive-In

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The Village at Corte Madera

1557 Redwood Highway

Corte Madera, CA 94925

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API Legal Outreach's Social Justice Drive-In: Dinner and an Exclusive Film Screening Under the Stars

About this event

As we slowly come back from last year, we have postponed plans for a normal celebratory gathering. Instead, we invite you to our Social Justice Drive-In. Join us in coming together after so many months apart to view a sneak preview of the social justice documentary from the safety and comfort of your own car.

Enjoy dinner, music, giveaways, awards, and the company of friends.

Doors open at 6:00PM. Program starts at 6:30PM.

Venue is limited to 120 cars, so snatch up your spot before tickets run out and fill up your car with people from your COVID bubble!

About the film:

This Adventure Called California is an award-winning short film by local Bay Area filmmaker, Jennifer Huang (follow her @climbermedia on FB and IG), about the tragedy of human trafficking and features a former client of API Legal Outreach. This is the first time it will be screened to an exclusive audience. The filmmaker and film subject will join us for the screening and Jennifer will engage in a live panel discussion afterwards. This Adventure Called California will shed light on the realities of labor trafficking while providing insight into the personal experience of someone who sought services from API Legal Outreach.

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About API Legal Outreach:

For the past 46 years, API Legal Outreach has provided legal and social services to the most vulnerable and underserved populations of the San Francisco Bay Area. The Social Justice Drive-In will kick off our 2021 fundraising campaign.

About the location:

An easy drive across the Golden Gate Bridge will take you to the beautiful Marin right around sunset. In collaboration with Lark Theater, the Social Justice Drive-In is at the North Parking Lot of The Village at Corte Madera (the overflow parking lot across from Nordstorm).

About COVID precautions:

The event combines our collective desire to come together once again in community with the need to be vigilant about public safety. To minimize potential COVID exposure, the event will be outdoors and cars will be spaced six feet apart. Anyone that is feeling ill is required to stay home. Guests may socialize outside of their cars at their own risk.


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Our Sponsors

Thank you to our generous event sponsors!!

Lead Benefactor

  • Google LLC

Benefactor

  • Hanson Bridgett LLP
  • Lewis Kawahara
  • Minami Tamaki LLP
  • Perkins Coie LLP
  • Squire Patton Boggs

Patron

  • Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
  • Fenwick & West LLP
  • WilmerHale

Sponsor

  • Chek Tan & Company LLP
  • Donna Kotake and Myron Okada, former APILO board members
  • Golden State Warriors
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
  • Jane Gorai & Don Ng
  • Japanese Community Youth Council
  • Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati Foundation

Interested in adding your name above? E-mail events@apilegaloutreach.org or view our website for sponsorship opportunities.

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The Village at Corte Madera

1557 Redwood Highway

Corte Madera, CA 94925

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Organizer API Legal Outreach

Organizer of Social Justice Drive-In

API Legal Outreach is the largest social justice legal organization serving the AsianPacific Islander and Latino communities of the Greater BayArea and Central Valley.  Founded in 1975,our mission is to provide culturally competent and linguistically appropriate legal representationsocial servicesand advocacy for the most marginalized segments of the community including low-income womenseniors, recent immigrantsand youth. With offices in OaklandSan Francisco, and Stockton our work is focused in the areas of domestic violence/family lawimmigration and immigrant rightssenior law and elder abuse prevention,the rights of those with disabilitiesanti-human traffickingyouth violence preventionaffordable housing preservation and tenants' rights,and other social justice issues.   Our diverse staff provides holistic legal, social, and educational services in more than a dozen languages including Cantonese, Chiu-Chow, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog, Taiwanese, and Vietnamese.  The legal system has failed to provide fair and just treatment for our communities based historically on such factors as economic status, gender, age, ethnicity, sexual preference, race, religion, nationality, and language. API Legal Outreach, directed by its community-based model, works to level long-standing barriers that have denied people of color equal justice and equal access to our legal system.

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