March 31st

From the Civil Rights Movement to the Immigrants Rights Movement: Lessons Learned
With Bay Area activists Betita Martinez, Phil Hutchings and Renee Saucedo

Join the Center for Political Education and long-time movement activists Betita Martinez, Phil Hutchings and Renee Saucedo for a discussion of the civil rights movement, the struggles activists faced in organizing against oppression, and lessons learned for immigrant rights struggles today.

Tuesday, March 31st, 7:00pm
522 Valencia Street, b/w 16th and 17th St., San Francisco
(space is NOT wheelchair accessible)
$5-$10 donation requested, no one turned away for lack of funds

Phil Hutchings
was a community organizer with the Student NonViolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and now works with the Black Alliance for Just Immigration. (BAJI).

Elizabeth (Betita) Martinez has been an anti-war, anti-racist activist for over 30 years, a university instructor, and author of 6 books including three groundbreaking works on Raza, particularly Mexican Americans.

Renee Saucedo
has worked for many years as a community organizer, advocate, and lawyer, facilitating the empowerment of undocumented workers and working on many immigrant rights and social justice issues.

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