Saturday February 14, 2004
Tree for Peace planting
in memory of Marine Lance Cpl. Jesus A. Suarez Del Solar who died in combat March 27, 2003 in Iraq
Kit Carson Park
(behind the fire station)
3333 Bear Valley Parkway
A message from the family of Cpl. Jesus Alberto Suarez del Solar Navarro:
I am writing to you to express greetings from my family and to extend an invitation for this coming February 14 when we will plant a "Tree for Peace" in honor of my son L/Cpl. Jesus Alberto Suarez del Solar Navarro, who died during the war in Iraq. As you know, during my recent trip to Iraq I gathered soil from the spot where my son fell. This soil will be combined with soil from Mexico and the United States to plant a tree symbolizing peace and harmony among nations and in remembrance of all those who died during the invasion of Iraq.
I request your invaluable assistance in spreading the word to the community so that its members can attend the ceremony.
The ceremony will take place in Escondido, California, on February 14 at 10:45 a.m. in Kit Carson Park behind the fire station.
During the ceremony white doves will be released as symbols of peace. There also will a performance of Aztec dance. We ask all participants to bring a white rose which will be placed around the tree.
We are expecting a number of elected officials to attend. Assemblyman Juan Vargas is confirmed and we are waiting for confirmation from Bob Filner, Xavier Becerra, Hilda Solis, Maxine Waters, Randy "Duke" Cunningham, among others. Representatives of the U.S. Marine Corps may also attend.
Hoping to see you at the ceremony, we remain
POR UNA GENERACION LLENA DE PAZ Y AMOR!!
EL GUERRERO AZTECA
Que dios les bendiga.
Fam. Suarez del Solar.
Padres del "GUERRERO AZTECA"
Jesus Alberto Suarez del Solar Navarro Lance Corporal USMC
1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, 1st Marine Division
en español: www.guerreroazteca;
or in English:
Sunday February 15, 2004
Worldwide Candlelight Vigils
A circle at sunset
invite 2 people, to invite 2 people...
Neighbors are taking initiatives in Amherst, Athol, Cape Cod, Colrain, Concord, Conway, Great Falls/Gill, Greenfield, Heath, Montague, Leverett, Northampton, Shelburne Falls, So. Deerfield, Shutesbury, Westfield, Ware, MA Brattleboro and Vernon, VT.
The numbers who can be invited are incredible, if we believe in people.
What can help you in this work? SIMPLICITY.
See the growing international list of participants
A flyer is available that you can adapt to your own
Traprock Peace Center
103A Keets Road
Deerfield, MA 01342
Sunday February 15 and 22 2004
Sage Granada Park United Methodist Church presents A Lecture Series
From Kunta Kinte to Condelezza Rice: What it Means to Be Black in America Today
Sage Granada Park United Methodist Church
1850 W. Hellman Ave.
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Sage Granada Park United Methodist Church in Alhambra will offer a lecture series in honor of Black History Month and the continuing contribution of Martin Luther King, Jr. The series will be presented by author and educator Sara Armstrong, who holds a Master's degree from the Claremont School of Theology.
The lecture series, titled "From Kunta Kinte to Condelezza Rice: What it Means to Be Black in American Today," will cover the following topics:
1. Before the Mayflower to the Civil War
2. Emancipation Proclamation to Civil Rights Movement
3. Affirmative Action and Beyond
The series will be held three Sunday afternoons, February 8, 15, 22, from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Sage Granada Park UMC is located at 1850 West Hellman Ave, Alhambra. From the 10 fwy, exit at Atlantic (south), turn right on Hellman and proceed west for 1 mile.
call (626) 284-3229
Thursday February 19, 2004
Lies & Laughter
a fundraiser for ICUJP and
Pax Christi-Los Angeles
war, poverty, unemployment
and other innovations of
An Evening of Political Satire
MC Edward Asner,
Paula Poundstone, Culture Clash,
Ed Begley, Jr.,
Elayne Boosler, Jerry Quickley, René Hicks,
Carmen Finestra, Cary Odes,
Deborah Pearl, Stevie Mack
ICUJP's "Speaking Truth" Award will be given to
Tickets are $35, $50, $75
11960 W. Sunset Blvd.
download a flyer
to purchase tickets, call: 626 683-9004
or email email@example.com
Friday February 20 2004
Homies Unidos is very pleased to present
Reconciliation Not Revenge:
a dialogue about Abolition, Human Rights, and Youth
UCLA Labor Center
675 South Park View
Death Row Survivor
Murder Victim Family Member
Activist and Organizer
admission by donation
(nobody turned away for lack of funds)
Sponsored by: Homies Unidos
in alliance with The Journey of Hope ... From Violence to Healing & Citizens United for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or give us a call at 213 383-7484
call 323 383-7484