Please join us this Saturday, July 31st at 9 am (2720 Barjud ave. in Pomona) to keep on sustaining Cesar Chavez Park (by spreading mulch, repainting the trash cans, and maintaining the community garden). Renowned artist Paul Botello, who painted the murals at Cesar Chavez Park, will be joining us as part of continuing the restoration and the preservation of the murals.
This is your invitation to a workshop on redistricting sponsored by the Latino and Latina Roundtable (in partnership with NALEO and MALDEF) on August 6th from 6:00 – 8 PM. This workshop will let you know what redistricting is all about, what is meant by your “community of interest,” the timeline for the redistricting process in the next few months, and how you can participate in district boundary mapping and hearings.
You Must RSVP to be part of this workshop. Click on the flyer to register. Once you register, you will get a confirmation email with a zoom link.
You are invited to the Latino and Latina Roundtable In-Person Membership Meeting this Saturday, July 24th at 1 PM at Cesar Chavez Park (2720 Barjud Ave.) in Pomona.
We will have 25 chairs available but you are welcome to bring your own lawn chair – snacks will be provided by LRT
Cesar Chavez Park
2720 Barjud Avenue Pomona, CA 91768
7/24/2021 from 1- 3pm
Time: Jul 24, 2021 01:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)Join Zoom Meeting
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89514084107?pwd=TDhjdk8vbVovYkZ2WThKQWJYN3BRdz09Meeting ID: 895 1408 4107
Latino & Latina Roundtable
Every Thursday July-August
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Tony Cerda Park
400 W Grand Ave. Pomona, CA 91766andAugust /Agosto
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Cesar Chavez Park
2720 Barjud Ave. Pomona, CA 91768
Fired Pomona College dining hall worker Felipa Sanchez to return to work almost 10 years after college fired her during Union drive!
Welcome Back Felipa Sanchez!
Almost 20 years ago, in the middle of a Union organizing drive in the Pomona College dining halls, Pomona College trustees and administrators decided to check Felipa’s papers and fire her along with 16 of her co-workers.
A year later, despite the mass firing, Felipa’s co-workers won the Union. One of their first demands was the right to return to work for Felipa and all the fired dining hall workers, once their immigration status was regularized.
On Thursday, July 1, Felipa Sanchez will finally return to her job as Lead Cook with her full seniority! Come congratulate Felipa and help us celebrate her return!
When: Thursday, July 1
Where: The fountain in front of Frank Dining Hall.
For more info contact Noel Rodriguez, 310 462 7535.