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RALLY TO STOP ATTACKS ON LATINO COMMUNITY

 

 
 
 

 

WHAT:

Public demonstration by hundreds of children, youth, local and national Latino leaders who demand an apology for the abusive and discriminating actions by a committee of the DC Council against Dr. Ximena Hartsock, a professional Latina.

  • No more abuses against Latina women.

  • No more discrimination against Latinos.

  • No more sexism! Women and men are equal.

  • “Keep the dream alive”

WHO:     

Presidents and Executive Directors of local and national non-profits, leaders from faith and community-based organizations, dozens of youth and children, and members of the Latino community.  Speakers include:

  • Rodrigo B. Leiva, Executive Director, Latino Federation of Greater Washington (LFGW)

  • Brent Wilkes, National Executive Director, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

  • Franklin Garcia, DC Latino Caucus

  • Katherine Henderson, Activist

 

WHEN:      Today, Wednesday, October 13, 2009

TIME:        5:15 p.m.

WHERE:     DC Municipal Building (Wilson Building)

                  1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

                  Washington, DC

CONTACT: 
Juan Carlos Ruiz, LFGW (414) 758-0600
Lizette Jenness Olmos, LULAC (202) 365-4553

STORY TAGS: latino, latin, latina, violence, discrimination, prejudice, hate, crime, children, youth, local, leaders, leadership, community, dc council, ximena, hartstock, protest, rally, stop

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