Our students at Edna Brewer Middle School joined "National No One Eats Alone Day" to promote inclusiveness and fight against social isolation.
Over 2,000 young people are enrolled in EBAYC's after school programs across fifteen school sites. The proposed federal budget has major negative implications for our young people. Please reach out to your representatives to share your concerns.
The #EBAYCfamily sends our best wishes to Kentrell Killens, who recently started a new position at the Life Coach with the City of Oakland Department of Violence Prevention! Kentrell has been with #EBAYC since 1999, making him the longest standing Youth Counselor in EBAYC’s 42 year history, and has impacted countless lives during that time. We wish you the best Kentrell!
Join us on January 23 for a special screening of DAZE OF JUSTICE, which follows group of Cambodian American women who are civil parties in a historic trial against the Khmer Rouge.
The event, organized by OUSD Sanctuary District and other partner organizations, will raise awareness of and resistance to the double displacement and punishment of Cambodian and Vietnamese refugees who are the target of recent deportation efforts.
As attacks on immigrant communities continue, we stand in solidarity with all members of our community. You can find resources on OUSD's sanctuary district policy, in English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Khmer and Vietnamese, below.
Sales close TODAY for our amazing sauces! Pick up a few jars to make this a holiday to remember. 50% of all sales go back to EBAYC. Visit www.ebayc.org/seaofspices to place your order.
"There's a flaw in our system. How can you deport someone that came here as a political asylum — as a refugee — and now they're being sent to a country that they know nothing of?" Learn about how Cambodian refugees are being impacted by ICE raids, and how groups like Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus are working to combat it.