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It Takes A Village Nation Launch Party

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/06/2017
6:30 pm

Location
The Greenlining Institute
360 14th Street
Oakland
Ca, 94612

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Join us for a night of celebration and community building to honor the launch of It Takes A Village Nation!

It Takes A Village Nation is a NEW social platform where like-minded activists, creatives, and community focused organizers can create meaningful connections, instantly.

What to expect at the event

First of all, it’s a celebration! In addition to musical performances, live art, and raffles, you can expect an evening full of bright minds eager to make new connections.

You’ll also get an official introduction to the ITAVN platform, given by our special guest speakers, who will share how they use this unique tool to connect with local community leaders, discover opportunities for collaboration, and build their social justice initiatives.

This event will be fun, energizing, and groundbreaking in the strides for social justice collaboration. We’d love for you to be a part of it.

To be notified of official launch date prior to event, sign up for our mailing list at www.ittakesavillagenation.com

For more information, questions, or opportunities for collaboration, please send inquiries toteam@ittakesavillagenation.com

To donate to It Takes A Village Nation visit: http://bit.ly/support-ITAVN

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