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(en) US, Cop Watch LA at the DIY Festival 2007

Date Thu, 21 Dec 2006 09:56:53 +0200

DIY FESTIVAL - Saturday, January 13, 2007 From 1pm - 6pm. $3 Donation ( no one turned away for lack of funds) Southern California Library for Social Studies & Research 6120 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, Ca. 90044 (Between Slauson & Gage Ave - off the 110 Freeway) Tel (323)759-6063 Check out the Event Website for more info, updates, and other workshops:
Cop Watch Los Angeles will be giving a workshop on how to organize a Cop Watch Patrol Unit in your communities at the DIY (Do It Yourself) Festival
the Youth Justice Coalition will be giving a Know Your Rights Trainning as well.
Cop Watch LA member Alex and Danielle from the Youth Justice Coalition will be participating in a Youth Pannel
Cop Watch LA members Joaquin Cienfuegos and Reyna Carlin will pe participating in a Community Organizing Pannel along with General T.A.C.O. from Black Riders Liberation Party, Bloodhound member of the Coalition to Stop Police Abuse, and Daisy from CaRacol Market place.

There will be a discussion on Anarchists People of Color and creating a revolutionary strategy and revolutionary organization facilitated by Revolutionary Autonomous Communites, a revolutionary organization that Cop Watch Los Angeles works with and is part of. RAC (Revolutionary Autonomous Communities) is a federation of oppressed communities and community councils, working to build liberated zones. It is an anti-imperialist organization with a horizontal structure (anti-authoritarian). It is made up of oppressed people (people of color all around, working class, women, queer, unemployed) and hopes to build a revolutionary movement in our communities, through building autonomy, self-determination, self-organization and self-defense through different means, as in community programs.

The Youth Justice Coalition is working to build a youth-led movement to challenge race, gender and class inequality in the Los Angeles County juvenile injustice system. We want to tear down a system that has brought the massive lock-up of people of color, widespread police brutality and corruption, total disrespect for youth and communities' Constitutional rights, and the build-up of the world's largest prison system. We use direct action organizing, advocacy and activist arts to agitate, expose, and annoy the people in charge in order to upset power and bring about real change.

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