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Tuesday, March 25, 2014 from 5:30-8:30pm
Our good friend, Stephanie Chang, is running for State Representative in State House District 6 in 2014. We hope you can join us in supporting Stephanie at La Terraza on Tuesday, March 25! Suggested contribution: $100 Opportunity Advocate, $50 Access Activist, $25 Equity Supporter RSVP email@example.com If you cannot attend, you can donate online at https://secure.actblue.com/page/yphh or send a check to P.O. Box 32372, Detroit, MI 48232. Write checks to "Friends of Stephanie Chang." Please include name, address, occupation and employer. Host committee - Margarita Barry, Councilwoman Raquel Castañeda-López, Brandy Doña, Diana Flora, Roland Leggett, Ahmina Maxey, Jen Weaver McKernan, Macomb County Commissioner Toni Moceri, Lisa Nuszkowski, Joe Rashid, Jay Rayford, Rico Razo, Suneil Singh, Representative Jon Switalski, Soh Suzuki, Eboni Wells, Ricardo White http://www.facebook.com/events/655446541169034/
Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 9am-noon
Cesar Chavez Academy belongs to the people of Southwest Detroit. On March 15, parents, students, teachers and the community will march together to demonstrate our commitment to making CCA a great neighborhood school. In the spirit of Cesar Chavez’s 1966 pilgrimage from Delano to Sacramento, the CCA community will walk through the neighborhood and celebrate the legacy of Cesar Chavez and the promise of CCA. TODOS UNIDOS! The march will begin at La Terraza on Vernor and follow a path through the neighborhood and back. Parents, alumni, teachers and public officials will speak to tell the story of how our school was founded and changed over the years. PLEASE SHARE & INVITE OTHERS! __ Cesar Chavez Academy (CCA) was established as a neighborhood school that belonged to the people of Southwest Detroit. Students, parents, teachers, staff and the community all shared a voice in making CCA great. Unfortunately, as CCA grew, it drifted away from the core principles that had unified the original school community. In order to reclaim the promise of CCA, teachers organized a union and are bargaining their first contract; parents are also coming together and are advocating for a collective voice in decisions that affect CCA students. Our march will show our collective commitment to make CCA a great neighborhood school http://www.facebook.com/events/223753484495061/