When: Tue., Sept. 8, 7 p.m. 2015
David Walls is a community organizer with more than 50 years as an activist building a voice for positive change in Northern California, Appalachia, and other areas. He is a co-founder and member of the leadership council of the North Bay Organizing Project in Sonoma County. He is also emeritus professor at Sonoma State University and author of Community Organizing and The Activist’s Almanac. David provides a history of community organizing as well as how bringing diverse groups together has been key to building grassroots movements to create justice and change in society. He uses personal examples and will speak in a discussion format with time for questions. Presented by the Humboldt Universalist Unitarian Fellowship Social Action Committee. This talk is free and all who are interested are encouraged to attend. For further information contact the HUUF office, 822-3793 or firstname.lastname@example.org.