NEIGHBOR CONNECTIONS:
Black Panther Party Films
+ Skills Workshop

How do we meet our neighbors? Join Saturu Ned - Educator, Community Architect, and a former member of the original Black Panther Party for an afternoon of film screenings and discussion.

This workshop is part of Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration among African Americans across the country commemorating the announcement of the end of slavery in the United Sates.

The library is wheelchair accessible. AC Transit bus 72 stops at the library’s entrance.

SAT June 22 2019, 2-4pm

Golden Gate Branch Library
5606 San Pablo Avenue

SAVE THE DATE
Golden Gate Library Local Collection Book Launch

We’re thrilled to officially launch the 'Golden Gate Library Local Collection.' This new place-based reference series presents materials that were, up until now, stored in basements, locked file cabinets and forgotten boxes.

Featuring readings from long-time residents and area historians, as well as performances by neighborhood musicians, the September launch celebrates and honors the diverse histories of the neighborhood.

SAT Sept 21 2019, 1-4pm

Golden Gate Branch Library
5606 San Pablo Avenue

Trivia with East Bay Yesterday

2018

Carnegie History

2018

Phat Beets Youth Pickling Workshop

2018

Emeryville Senior Center Story Shares

2018

National Night Out

2018

Golden Gate Rec Center Story Share

2018

Swap O Rama

2018

Memory Card Collection

2018

Black Panther History

2018

Commons Archive Library Installations

2017

Golden Gate Spirit Walk

2017

Neighborhood Research Sessions

2017

Commons Archive Launch Party

2017

Sidewalk Stories

2017