> check this my people:
> so there i was riding my bike today in the streets of Los Angeles,
> when i found a protest- it was a coalition of straight anti-racist
> activists, faith groups, and black music promoters protesting against
> the Creative Arts Agency, which is at
> 9830 Wilshire Blvd
> Los Angeles, CA, 90212
> read below for the scoop- please send this out to your groups and
> have them write to the agency- at any rate, the letter thing is peace for
> now, no? (but fuck peace, we want equal rights and justice, no?)
> Form Letter
> To Richard Lovett,
> It angers and saddens me that the Creative Artists Agency is
> actively taking part in acts of hate against the black population of
> this country. By denying black promoters access to white acts, you
> are sending a message to all that you wish to continue the subtle
> segregation that the civil rights movements and continued activist
> movements have not been able to eradicate.
> Racism hurts everyone one of us, no matter the aggressor.
> The consequences of this unfortunate policy that your agency
> continues contribute to a society wide structure of hate that you
> should be ashamed to be upholding.
> Please rectify the situation at once and bring black
> promoters into the circle of inclusion in which they belong. This
> move by your agency would also be symbolic of a greater commitment to
> social justice in general. Businesses do have a responsibility to
> the public. Your racist policies are hurting the Los Angeles
> community and the United States as a whole.
> Thank you for your time. I hope that you truly do take these
> words to heart.