Saturday at 12 PM – 7 PM
19th Street & Franklin Street in Oakland, CA
This event will happen on September 17, 2016, we are closing down 19th Street between Webster & Franklin in Oakland CA. It will be a grand music and art filled celebration that features community solidarity to fight against human trafficking and exploitation.
What makes this event unique is the immersive part that aims to shed the light on the realities surrounding human trafficking. Through the art, we want to be able to depict and share the stories of amazing individuals that have overcome unthinkable situations at the hands of human traffickers. In which, the audience will have the chance to walk in the shoes of trafficked youth through interactive visuals, sounds, and atmospheres that will provide an enlightened, and yes, perhaps disturbing realities. The proceed of this event will go to:
VISAYAN FORUM FOUNDATION
A Philippine based non-profit who has been at the forefront of the fight against human trafficking in the Philippines for the past 25 years and have served over 20,000 victims and potential victims of human trafficking. Stellium will support VF’s empowerment and education program for the survivors at the Center of Hope.
Stellium will be supporting the Office of the California Attorney General and the California Department of Education and their three implementing partner non profit organizations namely: 3 Strands Global, Love Never Fails and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives in their mission to reduce vulnerability of children through a standardized educational curriculum.
The event will be graced with awesome live performances by our advocates and partner music artists including:
Del the Funky Homosapien
DJ set by tune-yards
Cougar On A Meth Binge