Celebrate International Women's Day!


Dear Supporter,This year’s International Women’s Day is honoring the fundamental work of mothers and other caregivers in the home, on the land and in the community.

We will discuss the contributions women have led in the fight against poverty, prisons, and war! And envision true opportunities for our communities.

Join us this Saturday as we introduce a global petition for a living wage for caregiving.

What: International Women’s Day: No to Austerity, Poverty, Prisons and War- A Living Wage for Mothers and All Caregivers

When: Saturday, March 7th, Noon-3pm

 LA Alliance for a New Economy, 464 Lucas Ave., LA 90017

The multi-media event will feature a concert with local performers, community resources, children’s activities, food and more.

Come out this Saturday to celebrate the work and role of women in our movement for a better world!

See you there,

Diana Zuñiga
Interim Statewide Coordinator
Californians United for a Responsible Budget 

Planning group: Alexandria House, Black Coalition Fighting Back Serial Murders, Black community and labor rights activist Kokayi Jitahidi,   Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB); DCFS Give Us Back Our Children, Every Mother is a Working Mother Network, Global Women’s Strike LA, Guerilla Food Not Bombs, Martin Luther King Coalition of Greater LA, Military Families Speak Out, LA No More Jails Coalition, Sin Barras, Veterans for Peace Los Angeles.

Co-Sponsors: Hunger Action LA, LA Alliance for a New Economy, LA Laborfest, Mothers Against Youth Genocide, Mujeres de Maiz, Rev. Janet G. McKeithen, Church in Ocean Park; media sponsor, KPFK Radio 90.7FM

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