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karc4474 1 Reviews
Such a wide variety of community services its hard to even count.

They host homeless community food distributions with Food Not Bombs. They have a community free store. They have an open fix-it clinic. They host a town fridge, that has free food, they have power outlets on the outside. They host a sewing clinic, a library, an event space for Community events, they have dance workshops, fusion dancing, We have had Saders ( but no Zionism allowed ), We have had Salat al-jama'ah. We invite all faiths, but not supremacists, or gentrifies. Wait... we have a Womens and non-binary coding night. OMG. Statement of Solidarity The Omni is an open and diverse community. We love and value every person. To this end, we honor & respect the experiences, center the perspectives, and prioritize the needs of marginalized and oppressed people. For example: Poor, working class, unemployed and enslaved people struggling against a world dominated by money and capital; People of color struggling against racism & white supremacy; People struggling against all forms of colonialism, from Ohlone people whose stolen land we occupy, to people being threatened or displaced by gentrification; Women and all gender minorities struggling against sexism, misogyny and male supremacy; Transgender & gender-nonconforming people struggling against the gender binary, bioessentialism, transphobia & transmisogyny; Queer, LGB and same-gender-loving people struggling against homophobia & heterosexism; People with physical & mental disabilities who struggle with ableism & accessibility; People of all shapes and sizes struggling against fatphobia and other forms of body hierarchy; The survivors of rape, harassment, assault, trauma and exploitation; Migrants struggling against nationalism and xenophobia, especially those without documents or citizenship; Speakers of all languages struggling against the dominance of English. This is not a hypothetical exhaustive list of every oppression ever. Rather, it's a proactive recognition of some of the real issues faced by real people in our communities today, an expression of our solidarity and our intent to work side by side building our futures together.

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