JOIN US AT OUR SAN FRANCISCO POP-UP!
FREE EVENT – Families Welcome!
¡EVENTO GRATIS! – ¡Familias Bienvenidas!
The first 500 folks to arrive will get a FREE I Am An Immigrant or I Stand With Immigrants t-shirt.
THURSDAY, JUNE 29th: 12PM -9PM
FRIDAY, JUNE 30th: 10AM – 9PM
Celebrate our shared immigrant experiences during Immigrant Heritage Month in June with the I Am An Immigrant Pop-Up event in San Francisco!
At this Pop-Up, we are asking everyone to take action in support of immigrants in San Francisco, share stories of the crucial ways that diverse communities enrich our society, and join a growing coalition across the country to loudly proclaim that #IStandWithImmigrants.
Join local organizations and artists in different programs for allies and the immigrant community, including a Know Your Rights Training, film screening, and a Panel with immigrant leaders in the tech community. Special thanks to the San Francisco Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs for being an official partner!
THURSDAY / JUNE 29TH
12:30 PM- 1:30 PM
Undocumented and Unafraid: Solidarity in Action
Faith in Action Bay Area will train allies and community members on how to join the San Francisco Rapid Response network, how to accompany a community or family member to an ICE check in, and speak more broadly about solidarity.
Partner: Faith in Action Bay Area
Faith in Action Bay Area is a network of faith communities committed to ensuring that the dignity of all members of our community is upheld.
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Immigrant Heritage Month Mixer
Come by and explore the pop up shop, immigrant art work, and ongoing programming throughout the evening while mixing with staff and guests over FREE drinks!
5:00 PM- 6:30 PM
Immigration Panel with Tech Leaders
Join us for a discussion on the importance and impact of immigration to the tech community with:
- Jessica Scorpio, co-Founder and CMO, Getaround
- Laura Gomez, Founder and CEO, Atipica
- Purva Gupta, Founder and CEO, Lily
- Moderator: Todd Schulte, President, FWD.us
7:00 PM- 9:00 PM
Opening Night: Reading Of America’s Immigrant Story
Hear the oral history and narratives of immigration in the United States featuring local actors and affected community members.
Featured readers include Angie Gontaruk, FWD.us Innovation Council member, Angeles Roy, Immigrant Rights Commission member, and Clementine Ntshaykolo, Co-Director of the African Advocacy Network.
FRIDAY / JUNE 30TH
10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
FREE: Professional Photoshoot for community members!
Come get your photo professionally taken wearing an #IAmAnImmigrant or #IStandWithImmigrants T-shirt.
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Coffee & Conversation with Kinstep Founders
Kinstep connects companies to immigrant talent.
Kinstep believes that every immigrant deserves the opportunity to earn a fair and steady wage as they acclimate to a new home. Kinstep’s services counter the exploitative under-the-table practices that immigrants often experience by working with aligned corporate partners. Join the conversation and learn how to become an ally.
12:30 PM- 1:30 PM
Know Your Rights Training by Immigrant Legal Resource Center Attorney (Lunch Provided!)
Everyone has rights! Join us for a special training on what to do if you’re stopped by law enforcement. ¡Todos tienen derechos! Aprenda que hacer si es parado por la policia.
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Children’s Immigrant Heritage Month Mural Making
Local artists and community members paint their immigrant heritage. We welcome all to come showcase their artistic talents!
5:30 PM- 9:00 PM
Taste of San Francisco with La Cochina Collective, Refinery 29 Film Screening + Live DJ!
Enjoy a plate of immigrant inspired foods and films. See a series of short films focused on immigration curated by Refinery 29. A Q&A will follow the screening, Films featured include: Free the Birds, Halmoni, and Harvesting Hope.
Stay late and join us for a night of internal sounds by a guest DJ!