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  • USC Relay for Life 2017

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    At USC's Relay for Life, we CELEBRATE cancer survivors and caregivers, REMEMBER those we've lost, and FIGHT BACK against cancer! Please join us as we come together as a community to raise money for the American Cancer Society and help cancer patients and their families around the world. 

    Register online or donate today at relayforlife.org/uscca and email info@trojancac.org with any questions or concerns!

  • Unstoppable Gala

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    What if you could change the course of history for an entire community in one night? 

    Please join us for the 8th Annual Unstoppable Gala!

    Get dressed up. Connect with leading thought leaders. Rub shoulders with authors & celebs. Get access to amazing auction experiences. Be inspired & entertained. 

    And, make a difference at the same time!

    100% of the ticket price will go to providing an education and essential life-saving services to an entire community.

    For tickets or more information, UnstoppableGala.org

  • Chris Hayes with Larry Wilmore

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    Please RSVP at their Facebook Event Page.

    When was the last time you called the cops?” So begins MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, whose new book, A Colony in a Nation, draws the reader smack into the national discussion of law and order. And into the heart of the more painful discussion of race and the police in America. Perfect timing for a book on race and law and order, as we plunge into the Trump Era. Chris Hayes, host of the nightly news show, All In on MSNBC, gets to the root of police violence against members of the black community, and he does it with understanding for all concerned. Guns are everywhere, and everyone– police and civilians alike– is afraid. White fear and black fear– a potent cocktail for violence. Between fear of crime and the fear of being shot, American cities are feeling the heat of racial tension and anger. Enforcing the law– and maintaining or restoring order– shouldn’t be a deadly experience for cops and young black men. And Chris Hayes addresses this issue with lessons from history and his own observations and experience, told in his conversational and brilliantly accessible way.

    Larry Wilmore has been talking about this very issue for years, and we all listened. He talked about it as Senior Black Correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. And of course he talked about it on his own great show, as he moved from The Daily Show to The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. Spinning the most important issues facing our country in a humorous, but deeply serious fashion, Larry is the executive producer of Black-ish, and is a writer and producer of Insecure. He was also the host of the 2016 White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

  • Democratic Club of Claremont General Meeting

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    General Meeting of the Democratic Club of Claremont.

  • Chris Hayes discusses and signs "A Colony in a Nation"

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    The New York Times best-selling author and Emmy Award–winning news anchor Chris Hayes argues that there are really two Americas: a Colony and a Nation.America likes to tell itself that it inhabits a postracial world, yet nearly every empirical measure—wealth, unemployment, incarceration, school segregation—reveals that racial inequality has barely improved since 1968, when Richard Nixon became our first “law and order” president. Chris Hayes upends our national conversation on policing and democracy in a book of wide-ranging historical, social, and political analysis.Hayes contends our country has fractured in two: the Colony and the Nation. In the Nation, we venerate the law. In the Colony, we obsess over order, fear trumps civil rights, and aggressive policing resembles occupation.

    Join Chris Hayes for this Very Special Event
    This is a wristbanded event.
    Wristbands will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis beginning Monday March 29th at 9am to customers who purchase “A Colony A Nation” from Barnes & Noble at The Grove. 
    • Limit 1 wristband per book
    • Check Back for more details as they become available
    For more information contact Barnes & Noble at The Grove at (323) 525-0270

  • EAPD Monthly Meeting

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    The next monthly meeting of the East Area Progressive Democrats is tonight!

  • L.A. Community 4 Directions Town Hall

    • Sunday, April 02, 2017 at 12:00 PM
    • TBD

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    Please RSVP at the Event Facebook Page:

    LA COMMUNITY FOUR DIRECTIONS TOWNHALL : 
    Who do we call? Where do we go after 750,000 women marched...

    We remain: 
    * united in solidarity
    * in service to our community
    * Wtf: where's the funding?
    * resources and referrals 

    Come meet the organizations and people who will be the City of Angels infrastructure of services and information when the White House Resident & Cabinet fails to recognize that not one person is illegal or disposable.

    Organizations invited to participate that provide: 
    *environment - Earth Mother 
    *housing
    *elder care & support
    *health services: medical, mental & dental 
    *immigration
    *youth justice
    *education
    *food & water 

    Goals: 
    1. Best practices
    2. Communication, how do we?
    3. Speak & share air time @ the mic
    4. Set 2nd Town hall mtg date

  • 34th Congressional District Primary Election

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    Today is the day for the 34th Congressional District Primary Election.

  • Congressional District 34 - Special Election

    • Tuesday, April 04, 2017 at 07:00 AM
    • Los Angeles County

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    Personally delivered ballots: Must be delivered
    by close of polls on April 4, 2017;
    Mailed ballots: Must be postmarked on or before
    April 4, 2017, and received by your county
    elections office no later than April 7, 2017.

  • City of Glendale Municipal Elections

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    Today is Election Day in the City of Glendale!