At Just Communities, our vision is about ensuring people are connected, respected and valued. During COVID-19 we cannot hold our usual programming in order to respect physical distance, but we want to celebrate our social connections and bring people together in a virtual format.
All sessions are FREE and bilingual (English and Spanish) unless otherwise specified.
Make sure to RSVP below.
All sessions will be offered via:
To join a session simply go to Zoom.us/join, enter the meeting ID and password.
Past Virtual Programs
Since March 2020 we've held the following events VIRTUALLY...
CommUNITY Virtual Extravaganzas
Managing Transitions in a Difficult Time Workshops
Language Justice Network Meetings
Language Justice Network Annual Retreat
Talking in Class Program for 6th Graders
FIDA Program on School Re-opening
Porvida Living for Strong and Healthy Families with Dr. Roberto Vargas
CAN DO Meetings for Youth
Facebook Live Series of 6 Panels
And many customized programs with businesses, nonprofits, schools, and more!
A look at our monthly
Thank you to everyone who has attended a CommUNITY Virtual Extravaganza! We have been hosting this virtual gathering each month since March 2020 so that community members stay connected during this time.
Each time we include a variety of activities so there is something for everyone. For example, we've had dance and workout classes, art projects, discussions on mental health and the outdoors, a cooking class, and a financial literacy workshop.
They are always free, open to everyone, and have interpretation (English/Spanish).
(Images on the right are from the Virtual Extravaganza for Youth on March 24, 2020.)
Eileen Ramos, a Senior at Pacifica High School and CLI Alumni 2019, says...
“During these unusual times, the Virtual Youth Extravaganza has provided some source of normalcy. I have been able to connect with people in different places who are experiencing the same uncertainty as me. I tune in to the Virtual Youth Extravaganza to connect with others I’d normally not be able to see in person.”