This means that the Farmers are now vulnerable to the real estate
developer's decisions. He has expressed the desire to
demolish the community farm as soon as he had any
legal right to do so.
MOBILIZE FOR SELF-DEFENSE
The Farmers are calling on all their supporters to
mobilize: Sunday October 23rd, at the farm @ noon for
civil disobedience training and preparations to hold
off Ralph Horowitz.
What: Civil Disobedience Training
When: Sunday October 23rd @ 12:00 pm
Where: 4000 S. Long Beach Ave. @ 41st St.
Why: To prepare to defend the farm
Contact: (323) 232-8316, or (909) 605-3136
The Farmers invite supporters to Dia de Los Muertos at
the Farm on Saturday, Oct. 29th. The SCFs and Mujeres
Libres Collective will be putting together "Altars of
Remembrance" throughout the day. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
More info at (323) 232-8316
Tezo, a community organizer and one of 350 urban
gardeners who helped form the South Central Farmers
Coalition is interviewed on this environmental radio
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Listen here: http://www.beyondorganic.com/shows/2005/090705a.php
View a new Documentary film on the struggle of the
South Central Farmers
"A Cry for Justice"
Milpa Productions 2005, Written, Directed and Produced
by Nadine Diaz, MSW.
Documents the South Central Farmers' struggle to keep
their 14 acres of land as they litigate against the
political powers that be in the City of Angels.
Interviews with Mayor of Los Angeles Antonio
Villaraigosa, CA State Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez,
CA State Senator Gil Cedillo, former Chair Marco
Firebaugh of CA Chicano/Latino Caucus, USC School of
Social Work Vice Dean Jacqueline Mondros, USC Social
Work Professor Ralph Fertig, Civil Rights attorney Dan
Stormer, Co-Founder Dolores Huerta of United Farm
Workers and more...
Watch it online here: http://www.carpediemfilms.org/