AEC Living at the Opening of the Howard Harawitz Exhibit

On Friday, March 10th, AEC Living attended the opening reception for Howard Harawitz‘s photography exhibit, Looking Back at the 60’s Civil Rights Movement held at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts.

Howard Harawitz was an active participant in the San Francisco Bay Area’s Civil Rights, Peace, Anti-Poverty and Free Speech Movements of the 1960’s.  He represented the Alameda County Welfare Rights Organization on the Board of Directors of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty program in Berkeley, and in 1967, was an Anti-Vietnam War Candidate for Berkeley City Council.  His photography brings alive the 1960’s Civil Rights era.

Our residents of The Lodge, Elders Inn & Phoenix Commons lived in the ’60’s and we honor them everyday for their front line action in bringing forth Civil Rights to our nation.

Frank Bette is the home for Alameda artists, art lovers, and collectors; a catalyst for creative energy and cultural pride.  A place where seniors and community explore their creativity.

AEC Living is proud to sponsor the Howard Harawitz and the Plein Air Paintout exhibits.  AEC Living and our family of seniors services supporting Alameda Arts.

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