Solidarity on Tap is a simple interfaith intergenerational gathering for socializing and social justice. The Ignatian Solidarity Network, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, and Jesuitical welcome all to Solidarity on Tap | San Francisco.
Food and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) available for donation. All are welcome.
Around 7:30 PM we will have a reflection on the theme “Advent & Hannukah – Times of Waiting In and For the Light” by Sarah Lee, Faith Community Organizer, Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity and Hadar Cohen, Regional West Coast Jewish Educator, Moishe House.
At Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, Sarah supported congregations involved in immigrant justice through advocacy, accompaniment, multi-faith coalition building, and partnership with broader immigrant rights networks. She trained community members, who are directly impacted by historical and current immigration policies, to share their own narrative as public speakers in congregations, calling for full inclusion, protection, and sacredness for all immigrants including those who may have former convictions. Sarah Lee is a daughter and granddaughter of Chinese migrants from Hong Kong, Venezuela, and Canada. Through her leadership in direct action groups, hosting radio shows, and writing, Sarah dedicates her time to uplifting and humanizing stories of communities that are often stigmatized or silenced. After graduating from UC Berkeley with a BA in Public Health and Education, Sarah has more than 7 years of faith organizing experience among students and congregations. In her free time, Sarah enjoys reading and writing poetry, and creating spaces for shared meals, political education, and community building.
Hadar is a spiritual leader and community organizer manifesting visions of feminism, soulful prayer, and communal care. Hadar loves birthing her own projects including feminism all night – a communal all night learning immersive around feminism and spirituality. She is a graduate of Cooper Union, where she studied Electrical Engineering, and alt*div, a alternative divinity school centered the intersection of justice and spirituality. She is a lover of dance, song, and communal transformation. She writes about spirituality, justice, and her experience being in a body. Subscribe to her newsletter on Jewish time, feminism and spirituality at tinyletter.com/hadarcohen