2122 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90018
(South of the 10 freeway
at Arlington and on bus lines
38 and 209.)
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- Saturday, February 25, 2pm – Black History Month Film Screening: Ida B. Wells: Wells Fought Lynching
Saturday, February 25, 2pm
Black History Month Film Screening: Ida B. Wells: Wells Fought Lynching
This film underscores the racism and economic issues that historically impelled lynching. Wells, a courageous journalist and civil rights activist, exposed and organized a campaign against it. Today’s police killings of Blacks can be compared to those murders—no due process, vigilante “justice” based on race and no one held accountable. Discussion will follow. Snacks will be served after the program.
Doors open at 1:30pm. Door donation: $3 requested (no one turned away). Snacks: $3-6.
In the spirit of Ida B. Wells, who uncovered the facts and exposed the truth in her writings, this event will kick-off the Freedom Socialist newspaper $100,000 4-month international fund drive.
The event will be held at Solidarity Hall. (See above for travel information and address).
For more information: 323-732-6416; firstname.lastname@example.org;Facebook.com/fspla.
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