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Ester Soriano. Community Activist Laid to Rest (tags)
Filipina-American activist Ester Soriano was laid to rest last Saturday. April 19, 2008 at Inglewood Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, California Ester, who passed away last April 3, 2008, three day short of her 62nd birthday. was one of the founders of the National Committee for the Restoration of Civil Liberties in the Philippines (NCRCLP) in San Francisco in 1972. On the very weekend that martial law was declared by dictator Marcos in Philippines. A SERVICE OF CELEBRATION was held at the First AME Church of Los Angeles at 2270 South Harvard Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90018 at 10:00 AM last Saturday, April 19, 2008. Thousands of people from all walks of life, professions and races attended the service.
Let Malibu Burn: A political history of the Fire Coast Mike Davis (tags)
Fire in Malibu has a relentless, staccato rhythm. The rugged coastline is scourged by a large fire, on average, every two and a half years, and at least once a decade a blaze in the chaparral grows into a terrifying firestorm consuming hundreds of homes in an inexorable march across the mountains to the sea. In one week last month, 10 homes and 14,000 acres of brush went up in smoke.
Los Angeles/Arab American woman for State Assembly (tags)
A local Arab American woman runs as a common sense candidate for California State Assembly
ARTINO Art Exhibit & Performance (tags)
The ARTINO Arts Group of Los Angeles will close their Group Exhibit celebrating Mexican Independence Day, with a special CLOSING PARTY, Sept. 27th. 3 - 6 pm. The exhibit's closing will commemorate Mexico's murdered and missing Women of Juarez.
Sept. Mexican Independence Day Art Exhibit (tags)
The ARTINO Arts Group of Los Angeles present a Group Exhibit celebrating Mexican Independence Day.
MARCH 5: National Student Strike-BOOKS NOT BOMBS (tags)
The “National Student Strike for Books Not Bombs,” will take place tomorrow, March 5th on campuses across the US and the world. Tens of thousands thousands of US students will stop participating in business as usual for some part of the day to demonstrate to the world that the campuses do not accept the Bush vision of endless war decreased opportunity.