Sabereh Kashi

How can Oakland International High School be a home and community to refugee and immigrant students?

Asked by Sabereh Kashi
Sabereh Kashi
Asked by Sabereh Kashi
Home Yet Far Away film screening and capoeira project will connect immigrants and refugee students to the Oakland International High School campus. Immigrant filmmaker Sabereh Kashi will show her film and lead discussions and Ginga Mundo Capoeira will perform and teach to enhance student community.

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About Field Work
Field Work is a new partnership between YBCA and Neighborland, with deep participation by the YBCA Fellows and supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. The goal of Field Work is to empower residents in San Francisco and Oakland to shape the development of their own neighborhoods.

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