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News Release
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
Media Relations
   
   
Days of Dialogue to Discuss Coming Together in Time of Crisis

What:
Days of Dialogue to Discuss Neighborhoods Coming Together in a Time of Crisis:  The Case of Jose Raul and Suzie Marie Pena  

When:
Tuesday, July 26, 2005, at 6:00 p.m.

Where:

  • Location 1:  Tim Watkins Center,
    10950 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles
  • Location 2:  Central American Resource (CARCEN),
    2845 West 7th Street, Los Angeles

Who:

  • California Assemblyman Mark Ridley-Thomas,
  • Central American Coalition,
  • Stop the Violence Increase the Peace,
  • Salvadoran-American Leadership and Educational Fund,
  • YWCA of Greater Los Angeles,
  • Homies Unidos,
  • 48th Assembly District Empowerment Congress,
  • Watts Labor Community Actions Committee,
  • Central American Resource Center

Why:
LAPD supports Days of Dialogue, chaired by State Assemblyman Mark Ridely-Thomas.

Days of Dialogue is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to be a catalyst in the community problem-solving process by creating dialogue on sensitive social issues among diverse community groups.

For further information contact the offices of State Assemblyman Mark Ridley-Thomas at 213-745-6656.



     
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