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by Nicole Drake
Saturday, Oct. 06, 2001 at 10:23 PM
email@example.com 323.259.1412 1600 Campus Rd., Los Angeles 90041
"Progressive LA: The Next Agenda" Conference
Saturday, October 20th from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
at the California Science Center - 700 State Drive, Exposition Park, CA
The conference is free and open to all! Lunch will be served. We will provide supervised children's tours of the Science Center during the conference. Limited seating, please register by calling 323.259.1412 or on-line at www.progressivela.org
"Progressive LA: The Next Agenda" Conference will bring together community, labor, environmental and immigrant rights groups to discuss the following issues with local activists, community organizers, elected officials and federal elected officials:
Parks and Open Space
Join with other activists organizers, advocates, and concerned residents of the City of Los Angeles to build a more just, democratic and sustainable region!
The Progressive Los Angeles Network
Social and Economic Justice ~ Livability ~ Democracy
The mission of the Progressive Los Angeles Network is to promote progressive policy change on issues of social, economic, political and environmental concern in the Los Angeles region. PLAN brings progressive organizers, activists, researchers, and policy practitioners together across issues, constituencies, geography, class, race and gender in order to forge a common public policy agenda and action plan for the Los Angeles region. PLAN's agenda is based on three central ideals: social and economic justice, democratic participation in our systems of governance, and a livable urban environment.
The Progressive Los Angeles Network is an alliance of activists, researchers, and policy practitioners in the Los Angeles region who share common commitments to progressive ideals. PLAN was born from a 1998 Progressive LA Conference examining the history of progressive activism in Los Angeles. Participants decided to develop a community-driven network that could develop a public policy agenda and action plan for Los Angeles, using the resources and knowledge of public policy experts and the experience and leadership of influential activists and organizers in Los Angeles. PLAN is this network.
Throughout 2000 and 2001, hundreds of activists, community members, and policy experts have met to develop action plans on issues ranging from workers rights and economic development, to transportation and the environment, to food and nutrition, to housing. These action plans do not reinvent the wheel but draw together ongoing grassroots priorities and campaigns. Together, they provide a blueprint for making Los Angeles a fairer, more democratic, and more livable city and region.
For more information, contact Sandra Martínez at the Urban and Environmental Policy Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org or (323) 259-2633.
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