YBCA 100 Summit: Reimagining Political Power

Every year, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts releases the YBCA 100 list, recognizing 100 people, organizations and movements that are changing the world. This November 3rd, join YBCA for the fourth annual YBCA 100 Summit, a full day of conversations and performances that challenge your perspective and further the conversations on critical issues of today. Learn from, engage with and be inspired by the YBCA 100 honorees as they explore the urgent questions that drive their work.


Tarana Burke’s founding of the ‘me too.’ movement, Janet Mock’s fight for transgender rights, and Charles M. Blow’s outspoken reporting have empowered people to come together against injustices that often go ignored or unnoticed. Join these three powerful voices in a conversation moderated by writer Chinaka Hodge as they reimagine political power and re-envision who can elicit cultural change.

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November 3, 2018

End Date

November 3, 2018


07:00 PM - 08:30 PM


701 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

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