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Early voting for Presidential primary, LAUSD School Board, state legislative offices, some LA City Council and

County Board of Supervisors seats, and L.A. County District Attorney began in Feb.

New voting centers, replacing polling precincts, will be open until and through Tuesday, March 3,

with additional ones added Feb. 29 through Mar. 3.


On-Going & Continuing Events


3rd Sunday, KPFK Local Station Board meeting, 10:30a-1:30p, Peace Center, 3916 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City 90230. Open to the public with 3 opportunities for short public comments. Check for other meetings, including LSB committees.


Sundays, RAC-LA Food Program (El Programa Comida) Revolutionary Autonomous Communities, 1-5p, SE corner of Wilshire Bl & Parkview St, LA 90057, free produce distribution. httpss://


Sundays, Serve the People LA, 4-6p, Mariachi Plaza, 1817 E 1st St, LA 90033. STPLA free food & clothing distributions (along with books, shoes, etc). We also engage the community on happenings around the neighborhood and city, learn about grievances and provide legal services with help from the LA Ctr for Community Law & Action. httpss://


3rd Sunday, SoCal350 monthly meeting, 3-5 p, St. Athanasius at the Cathedral Center, 840 Echo Park Ave., LA 90026,;    Climate Action.


Mondays, Support Honduran Refugees, 6-8p, Central American Resource Center (CARECEN-LA), 2845 W 7th St, LA.   Respond to Trump’s zero tolerance policies on Refugees and Asylum and to prepare to receive the Refugee Caravan from Honduras and other immigrants from Central America. Come organize with Central Americans, bring a friend or two, and get ready to roll up your sleeves.


Tuesdays, Join Black Lives Matter, Stop LAPD Spying and allies at LA Police Commission meeting at LAPD HQ, 9:30a, 100 W. 1st St to speak out against racist police murders with impunity. See agenda, schedule here:


Tuesday eves, Stop LAPD Spying Coalition meets weekly at LA CAN, 838 E. 6th St. LA, CA 90021. – see website for meeting topics. httpss://


Tuesdays, 8:30-10p, Second Draft LA, open mic cold read of writing and acting at Art Share-LA, 801 E 4th Pl, LA 90013. httpss://


Wednesdays, 4-6p, Black Lives Matter-led vigil outside DA Jackie Lacey’s office with families who have lost loved ones to police & sheriff’s deputies. DA Lacey has indicted only a single law enforcer for over 445 murders by local police & deputies. 211 W. Temple, DTLA. #JackieLaceyMustGo


Wednesdays, 6-7:30p, LA CAN Legal Clinic, LA CAN, 838 E. 6th St. LA, CA 90021. Free Legal Clinic for Low-Income Residents. Must sign-in before 6:15p. For more info, call 213.228.0024


3rd Wed, 7p, Community Alternatives to 9-1-1 training, Chuco’s Justice Center of Youth Justice Coalition. 7625 S. Central Ave, LA 90001. 323-235-4243

Last Wed, 7p  “Ditch The Two Parties Of Wall Street” Peace & Freedom Party monthly meeting, 2617 S. Hauser Bl., LA, 90016 (Steps South from Adams Ave.(just East of Fairfax Ave.) ~ Socialism Now!  http://www.Peace & Freedom Chapter.


1st Thursday, 6-8p, Justice Not Jails, Lincoln Memorial Congregational Church, 4126 Arlington Ave, LA. RSVP to Larry Foy at:


Fridays, Interfaith Communities United for Justice & Peace breakfast forum, 7-9a, Immanuel Presbyterian, 3300 Wilshire Blvd., LA 90010. For donation, bring packaged non-perishable food for the church food pantry. Guest speakers, reflections, coffee and bagels to start your morning!


Fridays, 5-6p, Vigil for Peace & Justice, sponsored by KPFK LSB Outreach Committee & friends. Join us for a fun time outreaching & making noise at Sunset Blvd & Echo Park Ave.  Bring your signs.


1st & 3rd Fri, LA Poverty Department Movie Nights, 7p, Skid Row History Museum & Archive, 250 S. Broadway, LA 90012. Free screenings, & conversation about issues that are important to Skid Row and downtown with generous support of Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts.


3rd Fri: Lawyers in the Library, 1-4p,, 213-785-2516, 301 W. 1st, LA 90012. Register on-line, check-in 12:45. Reg doesn’t guarantee consultation of approx. 20 minutes.


1st & Last Fri, Voter registration, 10a-2p, lobby of Zev Yaroslavsky Family Support Center, 7555 Van Nuys Blvd, Van Nuys, until the Nov. 2020 election.16 for 2020 volunteers will assist with voter reg and explain LA County’s new Vote Centers which let you vote at any vote center over an 11-day period.


Saturdays, Crenshaw Farmers Market, 10a-3p, 3650 Martin Luther King Blvd. offers fresh produce and artisan goods. Ties into the mall’s health initiative promoting wellness in Crenshaw community. The B Fit program includes weekly Zumba, cardio kick and yoga classes, blood pressure screening and annual health & wellness fair. Contact Sustainable Economic Enterprises for info:


Every 1st and 3rd Sat: End Homelessness Now-LA, 2-4pm, a grassroots campaign to pressure LA city and county officials to use vacant public properties for large, permanent, supportive public housing to end the homelessness catastrophe. Solidarity Hall, 2122 W. Jefferson Blvd., LA 90018, w. of Arlington Ave. Free street parking. 323-723-6416 httpss://


Every 2nd Sat. of the month: Welcome Home LA, resources for those returning from jail, prison and juvenile detention, Chuco’s Justice Center of Youth Justice Coalition. 7625 S. Central Ave, LA 90001. 323-235-4243  Also, 2nd and 4th Saturdays, free Legal Clinic, 10a-noon.


Every 2nd & 4th Sat, SOLA Food Co-Op at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Farmers Market.  This co-op is unique, because it’s planning to open the 1st-ever organic grocery in Leimert Park community. You can become a member.


Every Sat, JVP-Code Pink Vigil for Palestine and Migrant Rights, 2-4p, Third St. Promenade at Arizona Ave., Santa Monica.


Last Saturday, Move to Amend Local Meeting, 1-3p, Holy Grounds Coffee & Tea, 5371 Alhambra Ave, LA 90032, 323-255-1279


Mar 5-11, Power to the People!  The Power to the People! festival celebrates the role artists have played and continue to play in advancing social change, civil rights, and humanitarian causes. Musicians of every genre help us to see the world as it is and imagine the world as it could be. They bring injustices to light and inspire people to act. The artists, musicians, and activists who make up the Power to the People! festival have something to say, and we invite you to join the conversation. Also includes free and low-cost humanities activities at Walt Disney Concert Hall and venues across the city. Curated in collaboration with Tyree Boyd-Pates, these events feature some of our country’s leading public intellectuals, provocative conceptual artists, and socially engaged educators who aim to inspire your own sense of creativity and community. httpss://


Mar 6-21, Image Movers: UCLA Asian American Studies Center 50th Anniversary Film Festival, Billy Wilder Theater at UCLA. this three-weekend film festival features a diverse range of classic and new narrative and documentary films and creative works, and highlights key themes and topics selected by the faculty and staff of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center, in consultation with their collaborators at UCLA Film & Television Archive, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, and Visual Communications, the presenter of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. httpss://


Thru Mar. 3 – UCLA Speaker Series on Labor and Public Higher Education hosted by UCLA Labor Studies! For all event details: httpss://   All events will be held in Luskin 1246 from 2:30-3:50PM.  httpss://


Thru Aug. 29 – How to house 7,000 people in Skid Row? Exhibition created by Rosten Woo, Anna Kobara, Henriëtte Brouwers, John Malpede, Opening Reception Mar 7, 6-8p. Exhibition hours Thu, Fri & Sat. 2-5p. Skid Row History Museum and Archive, 250 S. Broadway, LA 90012. A project of Los Angeles Poverty Department,,




Anniversary of killing of Charly Africa, killed by LAPD in 2015 on San Pedro Blvd between 5th & 6th, site of the killing, found ‘in policy’ by LA Police Commission.


Comm. for Racial Justice: Elections: Why Measure R Is So Important, 6 -8:30p. Potluck supper at 6p program starts at 6:30. FOR MARCH ONLY, CRJ meeting will take place in the Teen Center which is located at the south west corner of Virginia Avenue Park behind the Park Center Building at 21st Street and Pico. Walk between the Park Center Building and the Annex to access the teen center, due to the Thelma Terry Center being used as a Voting Center. Our voting decisions will help determine whether our society moves farther from or closer to racial equity, especially County Measure R. The Sheriff’s dept is notorious for contributing to the over-incarceration of people of color and for mistreating people of color while they are behind bars. The department clearly needs oversight, and Measure R is the Los Angeles County Sheriff Civilians Oversight Commission Ordinance. Our guest speaker will be Ms Jasmyne Cannick, who is an African-American on-air and in-print pop culture critic and race issues commentator who works in politics. She was selected as one of ESSENCE Magazine’s 25 Women Shaping the World.


Livestream Socialist Feminist Panel: China, Russia, Turkey, 10a-12:30p, online. Topics for discussion include struggles against capitalist authoritarianism, and imperialism, the state of women’s struggles (including the Me To movement) and gender relations in each country. The state of political prisoners, and ideas for developing international solidarity against capitalism, sexism, racism and heterosexism. httpss://

Dr. Mutulu Shakur, political prisoner

Free ’em All: Strengthening Our Solidarity, 2-5p, Cielo Galleries, 3201 Maple Ave, LA 90011.  Join Us as we celebrate the freedom of the surviving members of the Move 9 and continue to demand the release Of Dr. Mutulu Shakur. Featuring : Mike Africa Jr. of the MOVE Organization  httpss://, Edxie Betts liberation artist, anti-authoritarian and cultural worker httpss://, Walela Nehanda, a non binary queer community organizer, poet, and leukemia warrior, ttps://, Mopreme Shakur, Family and Friends of Dr. Mutulu Shakur +Members of Mutulu’s legal team,, httpss://


Stop US Wars! Advocacy for the Long Haul, Friends Committee for National Legislation LA Advocacy team launch, 2:30-5:30p, 1924 Euclid St, Santa Monica 90404,, Register:




UCLA Urbanism Lecture Series, 6:30–8p, 365 Portola Plaza , 1317 Perloff Hall, LA 90095.  Also Mar 30.  2019-20 Lecture Series convenes leaders from the intersecting vectors of design, media, technology and urbanism to share ideas and projects and reflect on the state of contemporary culture. Register: httpss://




“Super Tuesday” 7a-8p, Primary Election. Party designation only matters for presidential primary; top two candidates regardless of party in other races will go on to general election in November. Polls open from 7a-8p. Final day of voting at any polling place countywide regardless of where you live in County.


“One Night In Jackson, Mississippi: Discriminatory Permissions and Structural Injustice” Prof Lawrence Sager, 12:15-1:30p, UCLA Law 1314. Part 2: Mar 4. When the government permits discrimination, the permission is state action, even if the discrimination is private. When a permission sends a signal approving of discrimination against the victims of structural injustice, that permission is inconsistent with the equality provisions of the Constitution, and, for over a century, the Court has been willing to invalidate such discriminatory permissions. This means that Mississippi’s H.B. 1523, which gives Mississippi residents explicit permission to act on religious beliefs that are antithetical to the equal treatment of members of the LGBT community — and laws like it — are invalid on Equal Protection grounds. httpss:// presents-c–one-night-in-jackson-mississippi-c–discriminatory-permissions-and-structural-injustice-with-professor-lawrence-sager/


In conversation with Inés Durán Matute on their new book, Indigenous Peoples and the Geographies of Power. Mezcala’s narratives of Neoliberal Governance, 1-3p, UCLA Haines Hall 144, free. Tracing key trends of the global-regional-local interface of power, Inés Durán Matute demonstrates how global political economic processes shape the lives, spaces, projects and identities of the most remote communities. People enmeshed in these geographies of power are seeking out survival strategies, and constructing autonomous projects that challenge such forms of governance. httpss://




 McLuhan-Finnegans Wake Reading Club, 6p, free at Pacific Resident Theater, 705 1/2 Venice Blvd, Venice, CA 90291  (Our regular location Marina Del Rey Library is being remodeled, postponed from Tue by primary.)


GREG PALAST  Will Give Post Election View of Voting Issues 7:30p, Peace Center, 3916 Sepulveda Ave, Culver City 90230, free. Near 405 & Venice Blvd. – Free Parking Behind Building. Hear Greg Palast, Rolling Stone, Guardian, KPFK Investigativ Journalist, Talk About How Votes Were Stolen & Suppressed Last Night on Super Tuesday. Hint: Padilla has already put the fix in. RSVP to: just so that we get a sense of how many people to plan for. Presented by Americans For Democratic Action Go to: 310-205-2533



SoCal Linux Expo, Thru Sun Mar 8.


UCLA Students Against Hindutva, 12-1:30p, Meyerhoff Park (in front of Kerckhoff Hall), UCLA. Join UCLA Students Against Hindutva for our #StudentsAgainstHindutva protest dressed in black on March 5th! We are rallying in solidarity with marginalized groups impacted by Hindutva, a fascist ideology that undermines India’s diversity and secular democracy. A coalition of students from different religious, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds will be gathering for a peaceful protest in Meyerhoff Park (grass park in front of Kerckhoff Hall). The demonstration will include speeches by graduate and undergraduate students, and a musical performance.

We aim to raise awareness of the Modi administration’s discriminatory actions (namely the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)/National Register of Citizens (NRC)) and demonstrate solidarity with Muslims, Kashmiris, Dalits, low-income Indians, and inter-faith student protestors who continue to face the brunt of state violence in India. We encourage protesters to come to this event dressed in black to illustrate how Modi’s Hindu nationalist policies are stripping India of its colorful diversity.

To learn how to get involved with our organizing, email httpss://




STEA2M Fair, Fri 9a-3p, Sat 10a-4p, Pomona Fairplex, buildings 4, 6, and 10, free. Parking for this event will be at GATE 9 or Gate 17. Uber/Lyft drop off at Gate 1.  an experiential event at Fairplex designed to inspire students from grades K-12 to explore and pursue learning and careers in the areas of STEA 2M. (Science, Tech, Engineering, Math) httpss://



Fire Drill Friday, 11a-12n, Los Angeles City HallCORRECTION – location change: San Pedro City Hall, 638 S. Beacon Street, San Pedro.  After 14 weeks of Fire Drill Fridays in Washington, DC, Jane Fonda and the Fire Drill Friday team have moved to LA! Monthly Fire Drills – on first Fri each month – in different places in California, starting with Los Angeles!  httpss://


Topanga Peace Alliance Film, 7:30p, Topanga County Library, Meeting Room, 2nd floor, 122 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd, 90290. Discussion after the film.  httpss://

For March, the Topanga Peace Alliance presents the documentary “The Need to Grow.” This feature length documentary delivers alarming evidence on the importance of healthy soil and its disappearance due to modern agribusiness techniques. The film gives hope by revealing not only the potential of localized food production working with nature, but our opportunity as individuals to help regenerate our planet’s dying soils and participate in the restoration of the Earth.

“The Need to GROW” explores the opportunities and the struggles of challenging the status quo with real world solutions. The inspiring stories are supported by featured experts Dr. Vandana Shiva (Physicist and Agroecologist), Paul Stamets (world-renowned Mycologist), David King (Master Gardener and founder of SLOLA), Douglas Gayeton (founder of Lexicon of Food), Jeffrey Smith (author of Seeds of Deception), Kathy Kellogg Johnson (composting expert), and Permaculture Guru Larry Santoyo.


Film: Pilgrimage + Asian Americans, 7:30-9p, UCLA Film & Television Archive, Billy Wilder Theater.

Pilgrimage  (2006) The inspiring story of how an abandoned WWII concentration camp for Japanese Americans has been transformed into a symbol of retrospection and solidarity for people of all ages, races and nationalities in our post 9/11 world. With a hip music track, never-before-seen archival footage and a story-telling style that features young and old. Digital, color, 22 min. Director: Tadashi Nakamura.

Asian Americans  (2020) This opening program centers on Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) activism and documenting the community. It features a sneak preview of an episode from PBS’ upcoming Asian Americans, a groundbreaking public television five-part series, set to premiere in May 2020. Led by a team of Asian American filmmakers, including Academy Award-nominated series producer Renee Tajima-Peña, Asian Americans examines the significant role of Asian Americans in shaping American history and identity, from the first wave of Asian immigrants in the 1850s and identity politics during the social and cultural turmoil of the 20th century to modern refugee crises in a globally connected world. b/w & color, 60 min. Producer: Grace Lee. In person:  filmmaker Grace Lee, producer Renee Tajima-Peña. httpss://


Film: “I’m Carolyn Parker”, 7pm, Skid Row History Museum and Archive, 250 S. Broadway, LA, free.  93 min, Carolyn Parker, a survivor of Hurricane Katrina, is determined to rebuild her life, even if it takes everything she has.  Setting out to make a documentary about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, filmmaker Jonathan Demme gets happily side-tracked into the engaging character study of an incredible woman who survived the flood to reconstruct her beloved home in New Orleans’ poverty-stricken Lower Ninth Ward.



International Women Strike, 12n-3p, 800 West Martin Luther King Jr.  Blvd. at Hoover,  LA 90037. Feminism for the 99% dance party; interactive performance piece, rally, street art, music, healing & action areas. Wear Red.  Contact us at or call 310-666-5341 to endorse or to join the planning group. To volunteer with the international effort email or direct message International Women’s Strike Los Angeles on Facebook/Instagram.  More info on the international site:  httpss://

Inland Region Youth Justice Education Summit, 10a, UC Riverside, 1500 Humanities & Social Sciences Building (HMNSS), 900 University Ave, Riverside, CA 92521, The purpose of this convening is to bring together community and other advocates to learn about the specific ways K-12 students are being criminalized at school and to arm the community with knowledge, research-based tools, and strategies to advocate for truly safe, supportive, and inclusive schools. The Harms of Law Enforcement on Campus, Alternatives to Law Enforcement and Punitive Measures in Schools, The Healing Power of Art in Schools; on the Effects of Fear on Black Students and Their Families, hosted by UCR



National Organization of Women-OC Chapter, 1p, Museum of Woman, 17905 Sky Park Cr, Ste A, Irvine. Women’s History | Voting Rights Panel Discussion. info:


Día Internacional de la Mujer, 2-4p, Benjamin Franklin Branch, LA Public Library, 2200 E 1st St, LA 90033. ¡Ven a celebrar a las mujeres de Boyle Heights en el Día Internacional de la Mujer! Comida, bebida y entretenimiento estarán disponibles. Nuestro objetivo es honrar y representar a las mujeres rudas que hacen trabajo local en las siguientes áreas: derechos trans, luchando por el socialismo, defensa de la educación pública, contra el terror/brutalidad policial, ¡y la inmigración! Come celebrate the women of Boyle Heights at Centro CSO’s Internatonal Women’s Day! Food, drink, and entertainment will be available. Our aim is to honor and represent badass women who do local work in the following areas: trans rights, fighting for Socialism, defending public education, against police terror/brutality, and immigration! Speakers; Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Padres Contra la Privatización, Centro CSO, Justice for Jose “Peruzzi” Mendez,& other pending. httpss://



Octavia E. Butler’s Parable Of The Sower Created By Toshi Reagon and Bernice Johnson Reagon

Directed By Eric Ting, 8p. Royce Hall, 310-825-2101, Based on the novels Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents by Octavia E. Butler, this genre-defying work of political theater featuring a powerhouse ensemble of 20 singers, actors and musicians harnesses 200 years of Black music to give musical life to Butler’s acclaimed science fiction novel. Set in 2024 and published in 1993, it presciently grapples with issues we face today—global warming, corporate influence, a destabilized economy, water scarcity, food scarcity, the privatization of social services, homelessness, return of long forgotten diseases and the profit-making machine that runs the medical industry.


International Women’s Day Banquet, 6-11p, Embassy Suites by Hilton Anaheim South
11767 Harbor Blvd, Garden Grove, 92840. Featuring Keynote Speaker Dima Khalidi

Dima Khalidi is the founder and director of Palestine Legal and Cooperating Counsel with the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR). She oversees Palestine Legal’s array of legal and advocacy work to protect people speaking out for Palestinian rights from attacks on their civil and constitutional rights.

The evening will also feature Palestinian music by Farah Ibrahim and Debka performed by children of the community.

There will also be Raffle prizes and Palestinian treats. Tickets: Adults $70, Students $45 httpss:// Hosted by Palestinian American Women’s Association httpss://


MAR 8 – SUN International Women’s Day


Daylight Saving Time starts on the Second Sunday of March


Los Angeles Marathon: httpss:// Streets will be closed, water stations set up, Dodger Stadium via Hollywood to Santa Monica.

2020 UC Womxn’s Leadership Conference, 9a-4p, UCLA Ackerman Grand Ballroom, free. The UC Womxn’s Leadership Conference empowers and connects generations of UC womxn through an interactive day-long conference. This conference is open to all gender identities and expressions. httpss://

12th Annual Celebration of Nowruz, 12n-5p, Royce Hall and Dickson Court (UCLA) Join Farhang Foundation for the 12th Annual Celebration of Nowruz at UCLA’s Royce Hall and Dickson Courts. The event includes musical performances, children’s activities, dancers, a Haft Sîn display and our annual Persian Costume “Spring Walk” open to children and adults of all ages. httpss://


MARCH & Celebrate International Women’s Day -Break ALL the Chains! Unleash the Fury of Women As a Mighty Force for Revolution! In the name of humanity, we REFUSE to accept a fascist America. 1p, March: Meet at Alvarado between 7th St & Wilshire; 3p Celebration: La Fonda, 2501 Wilshire Blvd (at Carondelet). an afternoon of music, poetry, video and more in celebration of the radically different and better world we are bringing into being. “What if the world doesn’t have to be this way?… What if women could walk down the street and look every man they encounter straight in the eye and fear nothing and not be made to feel that you’re on display and to be evaluated by how you sexually titillate them? What if no more women were ever again battered, raped, assaulted, denied the right to control their own bodies? What if people who were different in their sexual orientation or just in the way they went through life, instead of being discriminated against and bullied were valued for their difference? If that were seen as part of the great diversity of humanity?… You may say I’m a dreamer, but this is not just a dream. It is something for which there is a definite basis in reality and it is up to us together with people throughout the world to make it a reality.”– Bob Avakian httpss://


Los Angeles Eco-Village Tour, 11:30a-2p, 117 S Bimini Pl, LA, $10 (sliding scale). RESERVATIONS REQUIRED:
Tours cover the following:
1. Introductions and interests among members of tour group.
2. History and context for the L.A. Eco-Village
3. Definition of an ecovillage and our place in the international movement for more sustainable communities.
4. Walking tour to observe actual conditions, actual and planned changes to the neighborhood as well as visionary possibilities.
5. On-going questions and answers throughout the tour with Eco-Village guide(s).
6. Problems and progress in healthy development of an intentional community.
7. What you need to know if you are considering entering a process with us or starting ecovillage processes in your own neighborhood.
8. For “what else you will see and hear about on the tour,” visit httpss://


22nd Annual LA Festival of Film Noir City Council District 13  Tickets: $12-15.  httpss://


UCLA: Reportback From the Frontlines in Palestine
, 6-8p, 308 Westwood Plaza, Bruin Viewpoint room, which is in A level of Ackerman Union, UCLA. Hosted by the Graduate Students for Justice in Palestine at UCLA, the U.S. Palestinian Community Network will present about our delegation to Palestine where we met with over 20 organizations on the frontlines of the resistance to the Israeli settler-colonial occupation! We will discuss who are the leading organizations in Palestine that are: Defending political prisoners, resisting land theft, preserving culture, and more. Event Co-Sponsors: Associated Students at UCLA, UCLA Graduate Students Association httpss://



LA City Council Immigrant Affairs – Support #DueProcessForAll, 1-3p, LA City Hall.

On Monday LA City Council’s Immigrant Affairs, Civil Rights, and Equity Committee will hold a special hearing to discuss the future of the LA Justice Fund.

Created in 2017, the LA Justice Fund pays for attorneys to defend Angelenos facing deportation and permanent separation from their families and communities. It has created a critical safety net, protected clients and their U.S.-based families, and protected due process for all. Yet the funding ended in November 2019 and the City has yet to renew it!

Join us on Monday. Sign up for public comment to demand: 1. Renewal of the LA Justice Fund and 2. A true due process for all model where all immigrants have access to services regardless of past contact with the criminal justice system.

Read our recent letter from 85 organizations in support of the LA Justice Fund here:

Meeting Location: Room 340, 3rd floor (main council chambers)

Meeting Starts at 1pm

Talking points will be available. You will have 1 minute for public comment.


Agenda w/ links to the report that will be discussed:



-Metro: LA City Hall closest to the Civic Center stop of the Red and Purple Lines, but is also within a half mile of Union Station as well as the Little Tokyo stop of the Gold Line.

-Parking: You can call your council office and arrange for free parking by providing your name, license plate #/car color/make/model/year. There’s a convenient lot with reasonable rates that can be found at 101 N. Judge John Aiso St.


Finding your way inside:

-Public entrance off Main St (Under the bridge).

-You will need to pass through security.

-Tell the officer at the desk you are going to the Immigrant Affairs Committee Meeting on the 3rd floor.

-YOU DO NOT NEED TO PROVIDE ID or identify yourself for a public meeting (Brown Act).

-Take the elevators to the 3rd floor.

-The meeting will be in Room 340, an electronic kiosks will be available in the back corner of the room for you to sign up for public comment.



MAR 10 – TUE


National Women & Girls HIV Awareness Day, 12n, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, 501 N Main St., LA 90012

The Muslim Travel Ban: Policy Responses and Future Impact on Immigration hosted by USCigmi, 9p, also Mar 11 9a-2p, USC Gould School of Law, 699 Exposition Blvd, LA 90089, free. We will discuss the legal, political and social analysis of the creation of the Ban, the public discourse surrounding it, and current impact. httpss://


Alternatives to Incarceration Rally and Press Conference, 9a-2p, 500 W Temple St, LA 90012.

The final Alternatives To Incarceration (ATI) report will be presented to the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors on March 10, 2020! We have worked for years to successfully stop LA County’s $3.5 billion dollar jail plan. On March 10, we will show up in force and demand that the Board of Supervisors take concrete steps to fund and implement the recommendations and strategies within the ATI report.

Many of you joined us for dozens of ATI meetings last year, and together we helped Los Angeles County develop a framework of alternatives to incarceration and a decentralized community-based system of care that will keep our folks out of the hands of law enforcement, jails, and ER’s. We need you, plus 5 of your friends or colleagues to be there on March 10 and demand investment into creating the Los Angeles County where we can all thrive.

We will have JusticeLA swag, food, talking points, and community. httpss://

MAR 11 – WED


CopWatch Santa Ana Meeting/Community Forum, 7-10p, Centro Cultural de México, 837 N. Ross St. Santa Ana (new address) Participate in direct-action based barrio organizing against the police state. 2nd Wed. every month at 7p. Professional childcare provided. Agents of the state including Santa Ana PD and ICE are NOT welcome.

Laughtears Salon (RSVP 310 306 7330 for location & time) free – politics, art, culture discussion “How about technologies as the collective unconscious and art as the collective unconsciousness?”


MAR 12 – THU


UCLA: Protest Through Storytelling, 4-6p, 2125 Rolfe Hall, UCLA, free. Nā‘ālehu Anthony, Filmmaker, Moananuiākea: One Ocean. One Canoe. One People. Anthony is the Native Hawaiian founder of Palikū Documentary Films, a production company that focuses on documentaries and oral histories with a special emphasis on Hawai‘i and its people. Nā‘ālehu’s other great passion is being a part of the voyaging community. As a crew member since 1996 and more recently as a captain aboard Hōkūle‘a, his voyaging experiences have shaped and defined him as a person and has been a focal point for his films. httpss://


Plática: Las Adelitas, 7-9p, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, 501 N Main St., LA 90012, free. Las Adelitas were the women soldiers that fought alongside men during the Mexican revolution, these mujeres sacrificed their lives to fight for, and defend their beliefs. Today, the spirit and image of Las Adelitas has come to represent our broader struggles for social justice and equality. Guest speaker: Gloria Arjona PhD, lecturer at Cal Tech. httpss://


Change Links monthly planning conference call, 7:30p, email for details. Get involved in planning the April issue. Note that we are switching to Thursday evenings for this call because of on-going conflicts for several members on the previous Wednesday night call.


Water: Take 1 Film Festival, 6-8p, Museum of Ventura County, 100 E Main St, Ventura, 93001, free. Join us at the 8th Annual Water: Take 1 Film Festival for free food, music, and entertainment! water-themed short films that showcase critical water issues as well as community efforts in water conservation, resource management, and sustainability.  info:  httpss://


Suzy Williams & Michael Jost, 7:30-830p, Genghis Cohen, 704 N Fairfax Av, 323-653-0640, $20 httpss://


LA County Sheriffs Civilian Oversight Commission Town Hall & Resource Fair, 5:30-8p, Chimbole Cultural Center, 38350 Sierra Highway, Palmdale, 93550


Download and share the flyer



Make your voice heard…

Come meet leadership from the Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission and your local Sheriff’s station. Tell us how you feel about public safety in your community and your experience with the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department.

We’re here to listen…

This town hall provides a public forum where local residents are encouraged to take the microphone to address leadership from the Civilian Oversight Commission and your local Sheriff’s station.

Bring your thoughts, suggestions, kudos or concerns.

Everyone is welcome…

As the Commission works to boost transparency and accountability, community input is vital to the ongoing analysis of the department’s policies, practices and procedures. Community feedback may provide direction on additional issues the Commission evaluates.


Find resources.

Various County departments will host resource booths with information on community services. Resource booths include:


– Los Angeles County Office of Immigrant Affairs

– L.A. County Department of Public Social Services

– Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department

– L A County Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs

– County of Los Angeles Probation Department – Pretrial Services Division & AB109

– City of Palmdale – Government

– Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – Mental Health Evaluation Team (MET)

– Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – Homeless Outreach Services Team (HOST)

– Advancing Communities Together

– ACLU Antelope Valley Chapter

– Los Angeles County Civilian Oversight Commission

– Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

– Los Angeles County Public Defender


MAR 13 – FRI


Print Pomona Art Book Fair, Fri 11a-9:30p, Sat 11a-7p, Sun 11a-6p. Pomona Fairplex (parking Gate 1), PPABF aims to provide a forum for independent booksellers, distributors and publishers to showcase artist’s books, art catalogs, photography monographs, drawings and other print ephemera. httpss://


Jessi Jezewska Stevens discusses her debut novel The Exhibition Of Persephone Q with Amina Cain, 7:30p, Skylight Books, 1818 N Vermont Ave, LA 90027. Capturing perfectly the haunted atmosphere of Manhattan immediately after 9/11—and the simmering insanity of America ever since—Jessi Jezewska Stevens’s The Exhibition of Persephone Q is a darkly witty satire about how easy it is to lose ownership of our own selves. httpss://


MAR 14 – SAT

L.A. Nature Fest, 9:30a-5p, Two-day festival celebrates L.A.’s wild side! Natural History Museum , Exposition Park. There’s a surprising amount of nature in LA, and the more you know how to look for it, the more you’ll see. You’ll be blown away by the plants, animals, and the people devoted to protecting and studying them. httpss://


ACLU SoCal Signature Gathering for Schools and Communities First, 10a, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Farmers’ Market, 4020 Marlton Ave. For nearly four decades, big corporations have not been paying their share, leaving California at the bottom of US states in quality public education.We will be collecting signatures to put the Schools and Communities First Campaign Act of 2020 on the ballot, an effort which will reprioritize and reinvest in our schools and communities by closing a 40 year old corporate property tax loophole. httpss://


Unidas Union de Vecinas de Bell Gardens Monthly Meeting, Know your Renter’s Rights, 2-4p, Bell Gardens Veterans Park, 6662 Loveland St, Bell Gardens, 90201. Info: 323-230-3077 or httpss://


What’s rotting under the 2020 Tokyo “Recovery Olympics?”, 2-4:30p, Art Share-LA, 801 E 4th Pl, LA 90013. Uncover the truths and lies of “The Recovery Olympics” through visual media, live interviews, engaging and interactive panel discussion and Q&A. The keyword of this event is “Direct Reports from Japan” as reported by independent journalists/media who have direct and intimate knowledge of what’s currently happening in and around Fukushima. httpss://


RACE RELAY meeting 3-5:30p, Common Peace, Peace Center, 3916 Sepulveda Blvd. Culver City 90230, free Event! 15 years of age or older Welcome! Info: or 310-709-4097  CANCELLED

MAR 15 – SUN


KPFK Local Station Board monthly meeting, 10:30a-2p, Peace Center, 3916 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City 90230. Open to the public. 30 minutes of public comment allowed, and KPFK listener members can sign up for LSB committees. To communicate with LSB: email


Radio Justice LA Community Forum on Homeless Policy and Homeless Criminalization, 2-5p, Harriet Tubman Center, 5278 W Pico Blvd, LA. Featured speakers include Nana Gyamfi of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and Pete White of LA Community Action Network; with others TBA. Venue is wheelchair accessible and can be reached by MTA bus lines.  No entry charge but donations gratefully accepted.



EMMA GOLDMAN & GEM (Geo Earth Mother), 7p, Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Bl, Venice, free. (Geo Earth Mother) Gaia Goddess – 2nd annual Celebration of the Primal Mother of all life: beauty, love, fertility. httpss://

7pm ACTS AND INTERMISSIONS (2017, 56 minutes) LA premiere of Abigail Child’s prismatic documentary on anarchist revolutionary Emma Goldman. Preview trailer httpss://

8pm RIA Live Cinema – Dancers, poets and live music with BSP. In the spirit of Marija Gimbutas and Annabelle Serpentine & Butterfly Dance. Featuring John Cannizzaro’s amazing dual 16mm projection. – httpss:// httpss://


MAR 16 – MON


Rachel Corrie Day: httpss://


How many people can we feed in Skid Row?, 10a-6p, Revolutionario North African Tacos, 1436 W Jefferson Blvd, LA 90007. Let’s meet at Revolutionario at 10a and start cooking. Let’s see how many people we can make food for. There are 8,000-12,000 people in Skid Row. Please invite other restaurant owners, chefs, caterers, and food businesses to participate. Let’s if we can get at least 100-200 people to join and do this again. httpss://


MAR 17 – TUE


St. Patrick’s Day


Hammer Forum: Family Separation and Detention at the Border, 7:30-10p, Hammer Museum

10899 Wilshire Blvd, LA 90024. The separation of migrant children and parents in for-profit detention centers on the southern US border is a source of outrage nationally and worldwide. Despite legal challenges and desist rulings by US judges, and the deaths of children in custody, the Trump administration intends to expand the program. Leisy Abrego, UCLA prof of Chicana/o and Central American studies, moderates panel of scholars and activists. httpss:// httpss://


MAR 18 – WED


Alternatives to Incarceration Townhall, 6p, Community Action Partnership, 2038 Iowa Ave Suite B-102, Riverside, CA 92507. Join the Justice Table for an evening with Riverside County Justice players and community leaders as we discuss solutions and challenges around our current incarceration problem in the United States. This forum will focus on finding solutions and alternatives to incarceration for our County. Two panels, one with representatives from our Justice System representatives and one with individuals who have been impacted by our local justice system. Justice System Panelists will include: Public Defender Steve Harmon, DA Mike Hestrin, Probation Chief Ron Miller, Sheriff Chad Bianco; free and open to all. Dinner will be provided. httpss://


Chris Williams 5, (trumpet), Band (tba), 8-10p.  Mr Musichead Gallery, 7420 Sunset Blvd., LA 90046.

Tickets: $15 – $25 .httpss://  Come early for a Wine Reception and Art Gallery tour and stay for the music. Visit to check out upcoming shows, artists bios and performance schedules and to buy posters and tickets.      


MOM – MEDIA DISCUSSION, 6-9p, Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd Venice, free. httpss://


MAR 19 – THU


LA County Sheriff’s Community Oversight Commission, 9a-1p, St. Anne’s Conference Center, 155 Occidental Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026.   Public comment welcome. See httpss:// for agenda.


Whittier Peace Film Night, 7p, St. Matthias Episcopal Church (Chase Room), 7056 Washington Ave., Whittier  90602, N/E corner of Wardman St. Washington Ave (not Blvd) runs north south two blocks east of Greenleaf Park (there is additional parking in the back of the church). Walk through the 2nd gate north of Wardman. The Chase Room is just to the left. Film will be chosen from DVDs brought that night. httpss://


MAR 20 – FRI


Through My Eyes international and Indigenous short film festival that seeks to showcase the stories of Indigenous peoples from all over the world Also 3/21-22. httpss://


40th year of Gerry Fialka in Venice. Please send me your reactions to this ONE MINUTE BroSide preview httpss:// kBj0UdpFEWo SUZY & MICHAEL JOST 2019 release BRAVO httpss:// releases NEW SUZY WIKI = httpss:// i/Suzy_Williams  SUNNY WAR httpss:// RIA LIVE CINEMA httpss://


Film: “Girls’ Voices Now: Short Documentary Film Festival”, 7pm, Skid Row History Museum and Archive, 250 S. Broadway, LA, free. Women’s Voices Now’s summer youth program amplifies the voices of young women from underrepresented communities across Los Angeles by teaching documentary filmmaking. Over the course of five weeks, students learn how to create their own short documentary and how to use the medium of film to affect positive social-change in their communities. Join us for a film festival of their short documentaries followed by a conversation with the filmmakers.


Program Part I – Run time (20 min)

Under the Scarf

Mehrin, like any other teenage girl tries to navigate her way through high school. Once the scarf is on, she’s deemed a stereotype.


Throwing Shade(s)

A look at colorism and the stigmas faced by the underground drag performance community of Los Angeles, California.\


Everywhere We Go

Following teenagers who are battling mental illness and how it affects them in their everyday life.


Code Red

Entering womanhood isn’t always easy. When encountering periods, women and young girls often have to “go with the flow”.

Discussion and Reflections from Filmmakers and Women’s Voices Now.


Program Part II Run time (15 min)

She’s Got Game

Exploring inequity between female and male athletes, specifically, the lack of funding provided to young female athletes in high school.


Onyi: The Path to Finding Me

The media often portrays unrealistic standards that damage self esteem and confidence of those who do not meet “ideal” beauty standards.


Not quite here, not quite there

Media representations of immigrants dehumanize the people they portray.

Discussion and Reflections from Filmmakers and Women’s Voices Now.



Great American Write-In 9:30a-1:30p, Delhi Center, 505 E Central Ave, Santa Ana. Free annual event by Women For: Orange County to provide community members with the means to influence policy decisions by writing letters to their legislators. 60+ groups present information regarding vital issues, including education, health care, human and civil rights and the environment. Attendees visit participants’ tables and voice their opinions by generating letters and postcards to government and corporate decision-makers in the hopes of bringing about constructive change. Last year, over 550 visitors sent more than 4250 pieces of mail! info: Felicity Figueroa 949-733-0850


Vegan food festival, Chandler Boulevard (from Tujunga to Vineland), North Hollywood. Also Sun 3-22

Buy bite-size portions of vegan foods from restaurants and vendors for $4 or less, with entertainment, activities, and games. No pets. Free. httpss://


Philip Glass & Jerry Quickley: Whistleblower, 8p, The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 South Broadway. In 2013 Edward Snowden copied and leaked classified information from the National Security Agency (NSA) that revealed numerous global surveillance programs. However shocking the extent and breadth of these government programs were, this act merely punctuated the sweeping change in contemporary society enabled by exponentially more powerful computers and electronic communications networks. Employing an original text set against a score performed live, spoken word artist Jerry Quickley and composer Philip Glass share their personal and visceral musings, reflections and emotions as they struggle to understand this moment in history with their piece, Whistleblower. The evening will be paired with a work entitled Is Infinity Odd or Even? with text by Arturo Bejar and music written and performed by Philip Glass. httpss://



Film: Dare to Dream: Cuba’s Medical School of the Americas, Dinner 5p ~ Program 6p, with Dr. Abraham Vela, US physician who trained at Cuba’s ELAM for free. Harriet Tubman Center for Social Justice, 5278 W Pico Blvd, LA. Auspices of Pastors for Peace/Friendshipment, Harriet Tubman Center, ICUJP.


MAR 22 – SUN


Exhibition – Betye Saar: Call and Response, 10a, LA County Museum Of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd.,LA, 90036.  Thru April 5th. Betye Saar (b. 1926, LA) is one of the most talented artists of her generation, not as well known as her talents deserve, no doubt largely because she’s a black woman who came of age outside NYC. Her work addresses race, gender, and spirituality. Part of the strong assemblage tradition of So Cal, Saar’s work combines symbols along with objects found on her travels across Africa, Mexico, Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean, as well as in L.A. itself.  httpss://  httpss:// response-2020-03-22-los-angeles- ca.html


Erich Fromm’s Socialist Humanism: An Answer to Rightwing Authoritarianism and Fascism,

has been cancelled httpss:// httpss://


MAR 23 – MON


Sky Full of Fireflies: Time-Domain Astronomy in the 2020s, 7p, Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens,1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino, CA 91108. Sponsor: Carnegie Observatories. Info: 626-405-2100,


MAR 24 – TUE


An Evening with Robert Reich, discussing his book, The System: Who Rigged It, How We Fix It, 6:30-7:30p reception, 8p talk, Aratani Theatre, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, 244 S. San Pedro St, Downtown Los Angeles, CA 90012, $20-$95. analysis of how the “rigged” systems of American politics and power operates, how this status quo came to be, and how average citizens can enact change. httpss://


Los Angeles CalGEM Workshop: Protect Public Health From Big Oil, 5:30-8:30p, Holman United Methodist Church, 3320 W Adams Bl, LA. Please RSVP to attend the pre-rulemaking workshop in South LA on March 24 from 6:30-8:30 PM. We need you to urge decision-makers to roll out setback limits to protect California residents impacted by oil drilling.
In December, Governor Gavin Newsom instructed the state entity that regulates oil and gas, California Geologic Energy Management Division (CalGEM), to establish rules to protect public health and the environment from the impacts of oil and gas extraction.
CalGEM will host a series of pre-rulemaking workshops to invite public comment on the best ways to protect human health through new rules. Concerns shared at these meetings will inform the formal rulemaking, and this is an important time for the public to speak out.
Dirty oil and gas drilling poses serious health risks. Studies link proximity to oil and gas wells to a host of health impacts, including cancer, premature mortality, asthma, and other respiratory ailments. These impacts are not distributed equally, with communities of color and low-income communities being most affected. Over 5.4 million Californians live within a mile of at least one dirty oil and gas well. We must encourage CalGEM to establish the most protective rules, including a rule that creates a 2,500-foot health-and-safety buffer zone between fossil-fuel infrastructure and homes, schools, and other sensitive sites.
Big Oil has been aggressively fighting against changes to oil drilling practices. If we don’t speak up, they will make sure they are out in force to fight new rules.
RSVP TODAY. Urge CalGEM to develop the best rules to protect public health from the impacts of oil drilling, including a setback.We need to have folks at this meeting to make sure our voice is louder than the oil industry’s. Each person attending will get 2 minutes to speak, if they choose to. httpss://

MAR 25 – WED

12:00 PM, General Election-Voting Party in Los Angeles, California State University, Los Angeles, 5151 State University Drive, LA 90032. Place: Main Walkway.  Come vote for your next student leaders for the 2019-2020 year and enjoy some refreshments from Baja Cali. Categories: University & Alumni. Contact: Associated Students, Inc. (323) 343-4778.

MAR 26 – THU

Change Links monthly mailing meeting moved to Tues Mar 31


2020 Report on the Status of Women and Girls in California™, 10a, Mount Saint Mary’s University, 10 Chester Pl, LA 90007 httpss://


ABCs of Living Near a Refinery – Chevron El Segundo, 6-8:30p, American Martyrs Catholic Community, 700 15th Street, Manhattan Beach, 90266. OCs, Flaring, Benzene, PMs, SOx, NOx?!?! What Does Any of This Mean? Come and Learn the Basics About the Realities of Living Near A Refinery. Did you know that the Chevron Refinery in El Segundo is importing and refining Amazon Crude? As part of our Stop Amazon Crude in California campaign, So Cal 350 and 350 South Bay LA are partnering to educate and energize the community about the dangers of living next to the Chevron El Segundo refinery, and its role in the supply chain of deforestation and drilling of the Amazon. This multi-media program is family friendly and includes fabulous speakers, video presentations, and skits. We will also address what you need to know to take appropriate action in the event of a refinery accident or release.Family Friendly event! Free admission; Food and snacks for all. MEETING ROOM: St. Kateri Room located across from the front doors of the church!  httpss://

MAR 27 – FRI


Mar 27-28 Latin Food Fest, Fri 6:30-10:30p $30, Sat 1-5p, $40, Los Angeles State Historic Park. httpss://


International Mariachi Women’s Festival-Community Showcase, 7-10p, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, 501 N Main St., LA 90012, free. Celebrate Mariachi women & girls in the community! Kick off for 3‑day International Mariachi Women’s Festival.  Performers include: Los Angelitos – Ballet Folklorico de Los Angeles; The Mariachi Conservatory – Female Ensemble; Mariachi Rubor – from Phoenix, AZ. httpss://


Becoming Peace: A One Woman Rhythmic Dramedy about Power, Culture, Violence and Nonviolence starring Candace Carnicelli, $15, Fundraiser for Common Peace, 8p, Whitefire Theatre, Sherman Oaks, SOLOFEST 2020 (the largest Solo Performance Festival in the U.S.)  httpss:// This one woman play explores the little known Power and Possibility of Nonviolence (Satyagraha/Ahimsa/Peace), the Power of our Words, and how much Life and the World can Transform when we “attack the wrong and not the wrongdoer!”


MAR 28 – SAT

Afrolituation: monthly African Experience party, that celebrates Africa through its music, fashion and food. 10p–2a. Los Globos, 3040 Sunset Blvd., LA 90026. $5!  Event is free with RSVP till 11p. email at with your name!  Age Limit: 21+ As a condition of your attendance at Afrolituation, you agree and irrevocably consent to your image and/or likeness being captured on film and or video, the benefit of which shall vest in Amplify Africa INC., With RSVP and/or ticket purchase, you agree to receive communications from AMPLIFY AFRICA INC. httpss:// experience-party-tickets-92290833367#map-target  Tickets: $0.00 to $15.

The Union of Progressive Iranians presents NOROOZ The Iranian New Year, 6-10p, Peace Center, 3916 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City 90230. Free admission, musical performances and potluck dinner – bring food & drink to share, Iranian style if possible. Norooz is the ancient Persian New Year celebration in harmony with the rebirth of nature, spring equinox, an occasion to mobilize people in So California to celebrate progressive culture and express appreciation for those courageous activists who stand in solidarity with peoples’ struggles. Info:


10th Woman’s Day Festival In Santa Ana hosted by Conscious Culture, 12n-8:30p, 325 E 4th St, Santa Ana, CA 92701 (by E. 4th Street).


MAR 29 – SUN


César Chavez Family Day, 12n-3p, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, 501 N Main St., LA 90012. ¡Viva la Causa! ¡Huelga! ¡Lucha! Learn about the fight for farm labor rights through a celebration of activist and labor leader, César Chávez. Aprenda sobre la lucha por los derechos laborales de trabajadores agrícolas con una celebración de activista y líder laboral, César Chávez. ¡Viva la Causa! ¡Huelga! ¡Lucha! Featuring art, garden, culinary and LA Troka workshops, a presentation by the Cesar Chavez Foundation, dancing by Xipe Totec Aztec Dancers, music by Lorenzo y Los Carnales. httpss://


Panel discussion for Women’s History Month: Challenges Facing Socialist Feminism:  Me Too Movement, Global Uprisings, Coronavirus, 3-5p, Peace Center, 3916 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, free. Speakers: Julia Wallace:  Black socialist activist, member of SEIU Local 721 and writer for;  Linda Quiquivix:  Geographer & popular educator in Oxnard California; Frieda Afary:   Producer of Iranian Progressives in Translation and member of Alliance of Middle Eastern & North African Socialists; Free parking in back and free admission. To view the livestream: httpss:// Sponsored by Alliance of Middle Eastern and North African Socialists

Violins of Hope Concert- LA Lawyers Philharmonic & Legal Voices, 3p, Wilshire Ebell Theater, 4401 W. 8th St, LA. Tix $20-80, 323-525-1800, Violins once played by people imprisoned in Nazi concentration camps, victims of Hitler’s genocide, will now be used in performance in a concert by the LA Lawyers Phil under Maestro Gary S. Greene, founder-conductor, in a memorable program of reverence and respect, including Mozart, Mendelssohn, music from Schindler’s List, Fiddler on the Roof, and more.

MAR 30 – MON

Palestine Land Day httpss://


The Ins & Outs of Being a Non-Profit of Any Type, 6-8p, Canterbury Business Center,  (626) 552-8412. 9410 Owensmouth Ave. Chatsworth 91311. httpss:// Tickets · $10 We will go over the types of Nonprofit corporations. Social Advocacy Groups. … 501(c)(1),501(c)(2),501(c)(3) – Charitable Organizations, Foundations, 501(c)(4) – Civic League, Social Welfare Organization or Local Employee Association, 501(c)(5). Learn about the Certified B Corps and how many Certified B Corps are extremely successful along traditional financial metrics.

MAR 31 – TUE


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Change Links monthly distribution meeting, 7:30p, Peace Center, 3916 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City 90230, free parking in rear, dial 22 for entry. (Moved from prior Thursday for scheduling reasons).

Equal Pay Day 2020: What Steps Should Women Take to Obtain A Pay Raise, Orange County Women Lawyers Association, 12n–3p, Andrei’s Conscious Cuisine & Cocktails, 2607 Main St, Irvine  92614. Women must work all 2019 til 3/31/20 to earn what a man made by Dec. 31, 2019.


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