Events from the community:
Sat14Jan202310:30am - noon2126 W. Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, 90018
JOIN US as we demand justice and health protections for the sixteen thousand people who live close to Murphy Drill Site in the West Adams/South L.A. area. There are also multiple care facilities, educational centers and schools in the direct neighborhood. For years there has been community demand for common-sense health protections that are afforded whiter, wealthier areas of Los Angeles but the City of L.A. refuses to make this a requirement.
The faith voice is instrumental in this fight and we need yours! Details:
- Date: Saturday, January 14, 2023
- Time: 10:30am - noon
- Where: Murphy Drill Site - 2126 W. Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, 90018
- What: A "teach-in" and rally demanding common-sense health protections; breakfast, music, speakers and more!
- Sign up here to attend and to volunteer for this event
- Questions? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tue17Jan20238:30 amZoom - details below
This event will feature an interfaith panel discussion and QnA on how the faith community can help overcome hate and reduce violence. Speakers include: Sharon Matsushige Crandall, PRISM Restorative Justice; Umar Hakim, LA Voice; Rabbi Sarah Hronsky, Board of Rabbis of Southern California; Tal Lavin, author of "Culture Warlords"; Antoinette Scully, UU Women's Federation; and Rev. Vernon Kemp, Pastor of St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Tarzana.
Coordinated by CIPL's friends at Interfaith Solidarity Network.
Tuesday, January 17, 8:30am - Zoom