Locals Who Love Storytelling and Social Justice: Come to A Night In Bold!

One week from today, the fabulous social awareness + justice storytelling project Listen For A Change is holding their first-ever gala: A Night In Bold! If you have the ability to swing it, you should come. I'll be attending, cool people are coming, and extra-cool people like founder Thai Chu (who, moons ago, used to work in Leo's classroom) will be speaking.

Thai Chu, Listen For A Change founder
[image: Photo of a Southeast Asian man
with short black hair and glasses, smiling.]
Plus the charismatic and entertaining Jennifer Myers, my frequent co-conspirator, will be co-emceeing.

Wednesday, November 29
The Green Room
401 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA 94102

There are only 18 tickets left, so I'd motor on getting yours. (You can even get $30 off with the code ListenRefer.)

If you want a preview of the kind of awesomeness that's in store for you, check out the past Listen For A Change event videos below. Storyteller Molly Maxwell will be performing at A Night in Bold!

Hope to see you there.

[Video description: Ayasha J. Tripp, a Black woman with long black braids up in a ponytail, tells her story, "Black Love Matters," on the journey of self-love, worth, acceptance, and how can’t talk about Black Lives if we don’t first address black love.]

[Video description: Lily Tapia, a Latinx woman with long wavy black hair, tells her story, "Sola, but Never Alone," about her experience as a first generation immigrant navigating East Side San Jose.]

[Video description: Molly Maxwell, a white woman with long straight light brown hair, tells her story, "Finding Grace," on her family's journey in raising a transgender child.]

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