#CIL50: Reflection, Reunion, Renewal
Berkeley Street Festival

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October 22nd, 2022 
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
In Front of Ed Roberts Campus:
Adeline from Ashby to MLK Jr. Way
Berkeley, CA

Join us for a Street Festival celebrating 50 Years of the Independent Living Movement

Performers and DJ’s with disabilities, including:

  • DJ Ray Reck, DJ Trilce & Cutitup Entertainment

  • Live Afro-Peruvian band, poets & other performers

  • Local food and art vendors

  • Quiet booth available for sensory overload

  • Fully accessible with ASL interpreters

  • Kids Zone - face painting, balloons, arts & crafts

  • And More!

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#CIL50 HONORARY
HOST COMMITTEE

 

Honorary Co-Chairs


Representative Barbara Lee


Zona Roberts


Judith E. Heumann


Honorary Host Committee


Speaker Nancy Pelosi


Senator Tammy Duckworth


Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson


Oakland Vice Mayor Rebecca Kaplan


Berkeley Vice Mayor Kate Harrison


Berkeley Councilmember Ben Bartlett


Berkeley Councilmember Rigel Robinson


Honorable Tom Harkin


Honorable Tony Coelho


Honorable Loni Hancock


Honorable Tom Bates


Joan Leon


Kathy Martinez


Melissa Male


Janni Lehrer-Stein


Joyce Bender


Merrill Friedman


Katherine Perez

Graphic with text that reads "#CIL50: Reflection, Reunion, Renewal | Join us for a Street Festival celebrating 50 Years of the Independent Living Movement | October 22, 2022 | 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM | In front of Ed Roberts Campus: Adeline from Ashby to MLK Jr. Way | Berkeley, California | Performers and DJ’s with disabilities, including: DJ Ray Reck, DJ Trilce & Cutitup Entertainment | Live Afro-Peruvian band, poets & other performers | Kids Zone - face painting, balloon arts & crafts | Local food and art vendors | Quiet booth available for sensory overload | Fully accessible including ASL | And more!" At the top right is a photo of protestors holding a "Center for Independent Living" banner. At the middle slightly to the left is a graphic of people in a line holding up their fists. Two of those people are holding up flags. At the bottom right is a graphic of a person with a guide cane, a person with crutches, and a person with one arm up and one off to the side.

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