PNHP California’s Gala and Sarads Ceremnoty: Leaqrn to Salsa — Sunday, 23 September 2012
Attend a discussion of the 11 initiatives on California’s November ballot: Tuesday, September 25th, at 2 p.m.
Jackie Lacey Fundraising Party from 6 to 8 pm at 714 W. Olympic Blvd, Suite 450, in Downtown LA, 90015. Tickets start at just $250.
Judicate West and Alder Law are sponsoring a Luxury Suite at the Angels game on September 26. 100% of ticket and sponsorship proceeds go directly to support ICLC’s Homeless Veterans Project.
Cayenne Bird: The prison guard Brassiere Brigade at Sierra Conservation Center went to great lengths to deny me an important visit for no valid reason and construed my informing them that I intended to report the events that transpired in my columns as a “threat” to the guards who oppressed me.
n Friday September 21, 2012 the California NAACP, the YES on 34 Campaign, civil rights and clergy leaders, and community members will come together to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the execution of Troy Davis, an innocent African-American man who was put to death by the state of Georgia. Those gathered will honor the memory […]
We are sponsoring a Citizens United Teach-In with guest speaker Congresswoman Judy Chu at Villa Gardens in Pasadena.
The ACLU/SC Pasadena/Foothills Chapter will honor the NETWORK, a national social justice lobby of activist Catholic nuns, for their outstanding service to low income households ‘
With Election Day fast approaching, the ACLU Pasadena/Foothill Chapter will present a discussion of three initiatives on the November ballot, dealing with California’s Death Penalty (Prop 34), its Three Strikes Law (Prop 36), and the Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods (Prop 37).
Honoring the Reverend James Lawson with the 2nd Annual George F. Regas Courageous Peacemaker Award
Don’t miss PNHP California’s Annual Gala and Awards Ceremony, to be held Sunday, October 21, 11:30am – 3pm, at Catalina Jazz Club. This year’s jazz brunch takes a walk on the Latin side, featuring the Grammy-nominated sounds of Jose Rizo’s Mongorama.
Eric Laumen: Amidst the controversy of the Starr commission’s Monica Lewinsky investigation, President Clinton, a centrist through and through, was forced to fall back on the support of his party’s left-progressive wing and abandon bipartisanship.
Friday Feedback: Well, this got my attention – and then enraged me (as a non-black woman married to a man). First, is she saying do nothing because you can’t do everything? Not much that’s progressive about that.