WHOSE STREETS?: Post-screening Community Conversation

After watching the documentary film WHOSE STREETS?, City College of San Francisco students and members of CCSF4Sean led a community conversation about the ongoing movement for Black lives and the fight for justice for Sean Monterrosa.

Former CCSF student Sean Monterrosa was unarmed, kneeling, with his hands up when Vallejo PD shot and killed him through the window of their car on June 2. His courageous sisters, CCSF students Ashley and Michelle Monterrosa, are leading a movement to hold Vallejo PD accountable and make their brother the last in the long line of 37 people the Vallejo PD has murdered since 1997. Through CCSF Collective, CCSF4Sean is organizing to support the Monterrosa family's demands for justice.

Event co-sponsors: CCSF Departments of African American Studies, BEMA, Cinema, Interdisciplinary Studies, Latin American and Latinx Studies, Women's and Gender Studies; Rosenberg Library Media Center; Office of Student Equity; CCSF Collective.

Discussion of The Mask You Live In and Masculinity Studies at CCSF 

How do gender stereotypes interconnect with race, class, sexuality, and circumstance, creating a maze of identity issues boys and young men must navigate to become “real” men? How do we challenge dominant masculinity, build new forms of masculinity, and understand the role of men and masculine people in work for gender justice? 

Dr. Mauro Osborne-Sifuentes, Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at City College of San Francisco, leads this webinar discussion of the documentary film The Mask You Live In.

Webinar Discussion of The Mask You Live In

Addendum Q&A

Drop the MIC (Military Industrial Complex): Feminist Leadership Against Militarism

Join Krystal Rain Twobulls and Brittany DeBarros from About Face: Veterans Against War and Pyxie Castillo from GABRIELA, representing the struggle for the liberation of all oppressed Filipino women, and BAY-Peace: Better Alternatives for Youth, which supports and empowers Bay Area youth to transform militarism and other forms of violence for this Bay Area stop of the national Drop the MIC tour. Co-sponsored by the Philippine Studies department.