Los Angeles, California


Thursday, February 26, 7:00pm
Black History Month Community Meeting
A Call to Action: End the Siege on Black Lives!
Come strategize around critical issues of race and resistance. These dynamic speakers will kick off an open conversation on how to sustain and broaden the movement against police violence and address poverty, jobs, gentrification, and schools.

Lawrencia Colding, Actor and performance artist; Black community activist who campaigned for gay marriage rights; vocal participant in organizing for civilian control over the police.
Sikivu Hutchinson, Educator; founder of the Women’s Leadership Project (WLP), a high school feminist mentoring program in South Los Angeles; and a contributing editor for The Feminist Wire.
Duciana Thomas, Co-convener of Sisterhood and Solidarity, a multiracial discussion group; Bay Area Coordinator, Comrades of Color Caucus of RW and FSP; and an activist against police abuse.

Chili supper served at 6:30 pm for an $8 donation.
Door donation $1-5 (Work exchanges and sliding scale available, no one turned away for lack of funds)

Solidarity Hall, 2122 W. Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles
South of the 10 freeway at Arlington
Bus lines 38 and 209.) Wheelchair accessible.

Sponsored: Comrades of Color Caucus of Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party.
To arrange childcare call three days ahead. For more info: call 323-732-6416 or email radicalwomenla@earthlink.net.