Wednesday, October 05, 2005


The Labor/Community Strategy Center & Bus Riders Union invites you to:

An Evening of Los Angeles Solidarity with the
New Orleans and Gulf Coast Movements of Resistance

"Challenging Global Warming, National Oppression, and Racism in the Gulf Coast"

with Special Guests from New Orleans
Curtis Muhammad and Xochitl Bervera

Thursday, October 6th, 7:00pm
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
3300 Wilshire Blvd (2 blocks west of Vermont at Berendo Ave)
(translation and childcare provided)

Damon Azali and Barbara Lott-Holland, Co-Hosts, reporting out on the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation conference
Curtis Muhammad, Community Labor United & the People's Hurricane Relief Fund
Xochitl Bervera, Friends & Families of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children
Eric Mann, the launch of "Letter in Support of the movement in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast: Notes on Strategy, and Tactics" (which will be available at event)
Minister Tony Muhammad, Western Regional Representative, Nation of Islam

To engage the LA movement in a political discussion of long term support for the New Orleans/Gulf Coast Movement
To raise at least $20,000 for New Orleans Movement Groups

Admission $5 (no one turned away for inability to pay)
All proceeds (including admission) will go to Community Labor United, the People's Hurricane Relief Fund & Oversight Coalition (a coalition of over 50 groups in the Gulf Coast)

Please RSVP to or call: (213) 387-2800 ext. 28

Bring your checkbooks, credit cards, and cash so we reach our goal of raising $20,000!

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