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(en) US, [la-federation] SCCN: Community Bar B Q with the South Central Farmers 7/30/05]

Date Thu, 21 Jul 2005 07:39:15 +0300

The Southern California Collective Network - A Community Bar B Q, at the
South Central Farm, Saturday July 30th from 4-8pm On Alameda and 41st Street
What to bring to the Potluck:
-yourself, family, and friends
-Community organizations welcome
-its a potluck so bring food (if you can contact us to let us know what
you're bringing to help us with coordination)
-vegan food would be provided/and people should bring some as well
Event endorsed by: the Los Angeles Chapter of the Southern California
Anarchist Federation (SCAF-LA), the South Central Farmers along with others

Donations collected will be used to supporf the South Central Farmers

contact the Southern California Collective Network at
lacollectivenet@yahoo.com <mailto:lacollectivenet@yahoo.com>

and the South Central Farmers at : www.saveourgarden.com


This social gathering comes from the need to build community
based action, autonomy, and solidarity based in Los Angeles and Southern

We hope this social gathering would bring different families, and
community organizations together to start building relationships with
each other -- and continue to build a network for support and
communication in the communities and other larger social movements.

These event comes in a time when are communities are coming attack.
Police brutality is a daily occurence, it seems. Racist,
anti-immigrants are attacking and invading communities every week.
Gentrification has become an epidemic in the city, where poor people are
being kicked out their homes in the interest of the city and many forms
of privatization.

Then we have the South Central Farmers who are building something
different in a plot of land on 14 acres, owned co-operatively by 300
families. The South Central Farm wasn't just a community garden, the
farmers were building autonomy, breaking with dependencies from the
city, and building collectivity in South Central for 10 years. After a
legal battle the city has decided to evict the farmers to build yet
another WHEREHOUSE. The South Central Farmers need support from everyone.

This event would be a start in raising discussion, and to bring
different organizations together and even plan action in the near future.


Protest at City Hall
JULY 29, 2005
Starts 7:30 A.m. – Ends when council lets us talk
200 N. MAIN ST
Los Angeles, CA

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