Want to learn more about
WALLS show topics?

Join us for a post-show discussion following select performances, and see our resource list for articles, podcasts, books, community organizations, and more. If you're a community organization interested in getting involved or tabling at our performances, contact us at engage@sfmt.org.


Post Show Discussions

After some performances, we-ll have half-hour discussions on the issues addressed in the play. Discussions will feature folks involved in organizing and advocacy around the Bay. Find our list of dates, locations, and speakers here. All performances begin at 2:00pm unless otherwise noted.

Sat., July 8th - Live Oak Park, Berkeley
  • Antonio Medrano, Chair of the ACLU Berkeley/North East Bay Chapter

  • Catherine Tactaquin, Executive Director of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Wed., July 26th - Mime Troupe Studios, San Francisco (at 7:00 pm)
  • Nate Dunstan, Refugee/Asylee Student Specialist for the Oakland Unified School District

Sat., August 12th - Glen Park, San Francisco
  • Anoop Prasad, Senior Staff Attorney at the Asian Law Caucus

  • Sharif Zakout, Organizer at the Arab Resource and Organizing Center
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Sat., August 26th - Francis Willard Park, Berkeley
  • Irene Bloemraad, Professor of Sociology and Chair of Canadian Studies at UC-Berkeley

  • Janice Slater, Mentor for the Sequoia High School Dream Club

Sun., September 3rd - Dolores Park, San Francisco
  • Kitzia Esteva-Martinez, Community Rights Co-Director at Causa Justa/Just Cause


Resource List

To continue the conversation started in Walls, check out the resources we've assembled around immigration and its intersections with other topics. Below you'll find articles, podcasts, movies, and books, including those by our speakers from the post-show discussions.

Receiving and Offering Support
In case of an ICE raid in San Francisco, call the Rapid Response Network hotline, 415-200-1548. They offer services in English, Spanish, Arabic, and Chinese (both Cantonese and Mandarin). In Alameda County, the hotline number is 510-241-4011.
"Know Your Rights in Case of Immigration/Police Raid," INCITE!

Changing Policy

Activism and Organizing
Stories, Histories, and Herstories
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