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Rain or Shine: “No Muslim Ban and No Wall Rally on Sunday in Claremont

Your invitation and reminder:

 

You are invited to the “No Muslim Ban and No Wall,” rally in Memorial Park (840 N. Indian Hill Blvd.) in Claremont beginning at 2 PM on Sunday, February 26!

This rally will bring diverse communities together to  stand in solidarity in rejecting President Trumps Executive Orders, regarding the Muslim ban and wall by peacefully rallying justice for ALL people, regardless of ones race, religion or background.

We look forward to seeing you soon! #WeThePeople #NoMuslimBan #NoWall #SolidarityRally #WeAreONE #LoveWins #IndivisibleAction #Indivisible

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/we-the-people-solidarity-rally-tickets-32082565818

Guest Speakers include, but not limited to:

-National Anthem sung by, Thuy-Vi Nguyen.

-Mayor of Claremont, Sam Pedroza.

-Mayor Pro Tem of Claremont: Larry Schroeder.

-Assemblywoman Eloise Reyes.

-Representative from Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor, Hilda Solis’s office.

-Representative from Congresswoman, Norma Torres office.

– NAACP President of Pomona Valley, Jeanette Ellis-Roysten.

– Prof. at California State University of San Bernardino, Dany Doueiri.

-Emeritus Professor in Sociology and Chicano and Latino Studies, Jose Calderon.

-President of the Board of National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities, Hazen Foundation in NY and serves on the Board of the National Council of La Raza, Angela Sanbrano.

– Secretary of Corona/Norco Mosque and Progressive Activst, Fauzia Rizvi.

-Vice President of Islamic Center of Clarmeont, Mahmoud Tarifi and Chino Hills Mosque/Representative for the Shura Council which represents all Southern California Mosque, Ahmed Suboh.

– President of Cal Poly Pomona’s Muslim Student Association, Nishat Anzum.

– Poetry Reading by Madeline Rios.

-Latin music Rosa Martha Zarate Macias.

-Student Dreamer

This event is sponsored by Indivisible Claremont , For The People PAC & Inland Empire Resistance

Invitation to No Muslim Ban and No Wall Rally, Claremont–Sunday, 02/26/17

Please come join us in supporting the “No Muslim Ban and No Wall,” rally on Sunday, February 26th from 2 -4 PM at Memorial Park (840 N. Indian Hill Blvd in Claremont! This is an opportunity to come and meet other people in your community or within different communities to unite behind love instead of staying quiet when you see hate.

If there was ever a moment when our voices mattered the most, it is NOW. We can no longer sit on the sidelines with ineffective and backward policies! WE MUST join in solidarity with ALL minorities!

“We The People,” stand in solidarity with ALL of our brothers and sisters in rejecting President Trumps Executive Orders, regarding the Muslim ban and wall by peacefully rallying justice for ALL people, regardless of ones race, religion or background.

We look forward to seeing you soon! 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/we-the-people-solidarity-rally-tickets-32082565818

Speaker List will be announced soon.

This event is sponsored by Indivisible Claremont , For The People PAC & Inland Empire Resistance

Dec. 18 March & Rally “California: Fearless and United”

December 18 March & Rally “California: Fearless and United”

. Please invite your friends and family to join the rally!

March & Rally “California: Fearless and United”

Date: Sunday, December 18

Time: 12PM – 4PM

Location: Pershing Square on W. 5th and S. Olive (532 Olive St Los Angeles, CA 90013)

 

 

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Bus Leaving from Pomona at 9 A. M. to Stand Against Hate Rally Action

There is a bus leaving our field office located at 2245 N. Garey Ave, Pomona at 9am.  Please confirm if you are able to attend or if you know others who are interested.

***MEDIA ADVISORY***

Chair Solis Hosts “Stand Against Hate” Rally 

WHAT:

Chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Hilda L. Solis will host a rally calling for organizations, community groups, County departments, and residents to unite and stand against any acts of hate taking place throughout the County. Chair Solis has taken a strong stance against bullying, harassment, and any type of violent hate crime. Her hope is to empower residents to denounce and report any violent acts of hate as well as tap into free legal assistance for DACA and DREAMer immigrants.

Additionally, tomorrow, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors tomorrow will vote on a motion to reassure vulnerable individuals and communities that they are supported and have recourse if they are victims of acts of hate or bigotry.

WHEN:

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016 

12:00 p.m.

WHERE:

Grand Park
(Mezzanine level of Grand Park above Fountain)
200 N Grand Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

WHO:

Chair Hilda L. Solis, LA County Board of Supervisors
Supervisor, First District
*Available for Media Interviews

Advocates and Human Rights Organizations
throughout LA County

 

 

CONTACT: 

Jessie Gomez, Communications Deputy jgomez@bos.lacounty.gov or (213) 359-0795

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