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February 2021

People-Led Solutions: Models of Our Shared Future

February 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost: free
Member Cost: $0
CM Credits: 1.5

As our country experiences a wave of evictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, many residents are experiencing homelessness for the first time in their lives. Not everyone has a contingency plan. People can find themselves precariously living in dangerous unfamiliar environments when lacking resources and information. Homelessness can be a lonesome journey. But through community, advocacy, friendship and love, these films shed light on solutions unhoused residents have found for themselves to build home on the streets. Build community. Build

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Crisis of Care | 7th Annual SF Urban Film Festival

February 20 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Cost: free
Member Cost: $0
CM Credits: 1.0

2020 saw the popularization of mutual aid into the mainstream. It’s a beautiful way to live in connection – acknowledging our interdependencies and taking care of our neighbors while allowing others to care for us. At the same time, it is a time-consuming, exhausting way to live long-term. Why do we have to do mutual aid? More importantly, which communities have relied on mutual aid for survival long before COVID? Which systems are threatened when we the people facilitate care

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How We Mourn, Where We Remember | 7th Annual SF Urban Film Festival

February 20 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost: free
Member Cost: $0
CM Credits: 1.5

This program seeks to examine the questions of the purpose of monuments, memorials, and sites of gathering in our cities. If memorials and monuments are how we share and shape a collective narrative, how are certain narratives being told? In what ways can memorials and rituals be a space of joy, to generate new ways of what we want to see in the future and to make these practices active sites of reconciling the truth about our past. Looking at

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Immersive Storytelling: Museum of the Hidden City Augmented Reality Walking Tour and Panel Discussion | 7th Annual SF Urban Film Festival

February 21 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Cost: free
Member Cost: $0
CM Credits: 1.0

Through an immersive audio and augmented reality app, Walking Cinema: Museum of the Hidden City invites audiences to walk into the history of urban renewal in the Fillmore District of San Francisco using their smartphones. All audiences—in San Francisco and beyond—can join the project’s director Michael Epstein and Samuel Getachew, a youth poet narrator you’ll have met on the walking tour, for a live conversation and group discussion. “An academic and literary exploration of one of the darkest and most

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Where the Pavement Ends Panel Discussion | 7th Annual SF Urban Film Festival

February 21 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost: free
Member Cost: $0
CM Credits: 1.5

In this film and panel discussion program, we consider how racial divisions play out and are reinforced in concrete and asphalt, as cities continue to set exclusion in stone. The concrete seams demarcating communities are often sites of conflict and brutality when they are policed to fortify separation. But possibilities also exist at these seams. Possibilities challenging the divisions, and declaring that all of our neighborhoods and the people in them deserve the right to flourish. Join us to discuss

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ABAG Regional Housing Technical Assistance Program Training Series

February 23 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Bay Area Metro Center, 375 Beale Street
San Francisco, 94105
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Cost: Free
Member Cost: $Free
CM Credits: 2

The ABAG Regional Housing Technical Assistance Program is launching a 10-part training series for local planning and housing staff focused on Housing Element updates. Sessions will be held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 9-11 a.m., beginning on Tuesday, February 23 and running through August. The training series identifies key Housing Element topics that local staff must start early in the process. Each training will be a live and interactive webinar, with geographically based break out groups

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Street Survey: Silicon Valley Cycling, Travel Behavior, and Travel Attitudes Explained

February 25 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Cost: Free
Member Cost: $0
CM Credits: 1

In the last year, streets across the Bay Area have become calmer and more accessible to many people interested in walking, cycling, or scooting. Now, as we look forward to a time when businesses, schools, and other public spaces open up again, we have a chance to redefine how, and when we get from point A to point B. Join us for a presentation by the Silicon Valley Bike Coalition and Mineta Transportation Institute on cycling, travel behavior, and travel

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LEED Green Associate (GA) Training

February 27 @ 10:00 am - 2:30 pm
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Cost: $200
Member Cost: $150

LEED is simply a sustainability scorecard for green buildings. Buildings can become LEED Certified as can people! The best way to break into the sustainability space is to attain the LEED Green Associate. It also shows employers and clients you have certified knowledge in the field. Since the LEED GA exam doesn’t have a stellar pass rate, the value of the extra letters behind your name will carry even more weight. My workshops have helped nearly 10K professionals learn the

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March 2021

Planning for Public Health: A panel discussion featuring professionals working at the intersection of city planning and public health

March 8 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost: free

Many community health challenges are a result of city planning and land use. When first developed, these fields were one and the same -- and recently, they are converging again. Now more than ever, planning and public health need to work together to effectively improve and protect the public’s health. How can we as professionals plan, design, and advocate to improve the overall health of our cities? Please join UC Berkeley's Planning Students Association and MCP/MPH students for a panel

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ABAG Regional Housing Technical Assistance Program Training Series

March 9 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Cost: Free
Member Cost: $0.00
CM Credits: 2

Creating Capacity: An Overview of the Sites Inventory :-  The ABAG Regional Housing Technical Assistance Program is launching a 10-part training series for local planning and housing staff focused on Housing Element updates. Sessions will be held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 9-11 a.m., beginning on Tuesday, February 23 and running through August. The training series identifies key Housing Element topics that local staff must start early in the process. Each training will be a

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