Videos with SJFVC Grantees or Staff

 

On Thurs. July 16, 2020, SJFVC’s Rabiah Rahman joined the “Policing & Racial Justice: A Community Dialogue for Ventura County” put on by Indivisible Conejo. Community members talk back to Ventura County law enforcement about racial profiling, school resource officers, changing youth attitudes toward policing, and needed reforms. And our cops will listen and respond in real time. Please join us for this important conversation! (Rabiah Starts: 1:14:03, Ends: 1:24:12)

On Sat. June 02, 2020, the Social Justice Fund for Ventura County supported a young Black emerging leader in our community (Mikiiya Foster) through her advocacy work at this BLM Solidarity March. Excellent job to all of the organizers for a successful and peaceful event, including our Executive Director, Dr. Martha Martinez-Bravo.

The Social Justice Fund for Ventura County supported a young Black emerging leader in our community through her advocacy work at this Solidarity March. Excellent job to all of the organizers for a successful and peaceful event, including our Executive Director, Dr. Martha Martinez-Bravo.

Posted by Social Justice Fund for Ventura County on Saturday, June 6, 2020

On July 10, 2020, SJFVC’s Dr. Martha Martinez-Bravo participated in the 13th Documentary Panel Discussion – How We Got Here, hosted by Chalice Community Forum, Social Justice Fund for Ventura County and Chalice Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Conejo Valley. The panel also included Michelle Grue, UCSB Assistant Teaching Professor of Writing and Literature and Libby Higgins, Political Strategist, Activist/Organizer. This video is the portion of the panel presented by Dr. Martinez-Bravo.