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Latinos Ganando Voz / Gaining a Voice in Redwood City
Date Friday June 27
Time 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location Details
St. Anthony’s Church 3500 Middlefield Rd., Menlo Park, CA
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/Authorsan mateo LULAC
GAINING A VOICE... in Creating Quality Education and Effective Political Representation for All in Redwood City Music * Poetry * Conversation COMMUNITY FORUM Friday, June 27th, 2003 @ 6:30-8:30 PM at St. Anthony’s Church 3500 Middlefield Rd., Menlo Park, CA Statistics: In public schools K-12? 16% support cuts; 82% oppose In health and human services? 26% support cuts; 71% oppose In colleges and universities? 28% support cuts; 69% oppose In prisons and corrections? 55% support cuts; 39% oppose (Source: new survey by the Public Policy Institute of California & the James Irvine Foundation) ¡COME ONE, COME ALL! • Increase budget for schools, Not for prisons and war! • Vanish the silence of debate which serves the rich and powerful! • Educational justice to prevent the highest drop-outs rates and prison population among Latinos in the state! • Redwood City’s political and educational leaders need to put more efforts into outreach to the Latino Community! Meeting facilitated and endorsed by: Coalition for the Rights of People in Redwood City, St. Anthony’s Church, and the Green Party of San Mateo County * Contact: sanmateocountylulac@riseup.net < > < > < > < > < > < > < > GANANDO VOZ... para Crear Calidad en la Educación y una Representación Política Efectiva en Redwood City Música * Poesía * Conversación FORO COMUNITARIO Viernes, 27 de Junio, 2003 @ 6:30-8:30 PM en la Iglesia de San Antonio Padua 3500 Middlefield Rd., Menlo Park, CA Datos: En escuelas públicas K-12? 16% apoya recortes; 82% se opone En salud y servicios humanos? 26% apoya recortes; 71% se opone En colegios y universidades? 28% apoya recortes; 69% se opone En prisiones y correccionales? 55% apoya recortes; 39% se opone (Fuente: Nueva encuesta del Public Policy Institute of California & the James Irvine Foundation) ¡VENGA UNO, VENGAN TODOS! • ¡Más financiamiento para escuelas, No para prisiones y guerras! • ¡Erradiquemos el silencio de debate que sirve a los más ricos y poderosos! • ¡Justicia educacional para prevenir al más alto índice de abandono escolar y de prisioneros entre la población Latina del estado! • Líderes politicos y educacionales deben poner más esfuerzos en alcance a la comunidad Latina de Redwood City! Junta facilitada y endorsada por: Coalición por los Derechos de la Gente en Redwood City, Iglesia de San Antonio, y el Partido Verde del Condado de San Mateo * Contacto: sanmateocountylulac@riseup.net
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