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Join us, the Baptist Ministers Conference of LA, and the SCLC as we protest CIM to discourage the sale of the historical Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall. CIM has plans to make major changes that don’t include the welfare of Blacks in the community in the Baldwin Hill/Crenshaw District area. We know that when developers come in that means Blacks are being forced out. The promises are generally efforts to sweet talk neighbors and residents into believing it’s going to be an enhancement but it only is a pathway of lining their pockets with loads of money. Join us as demonstrate for the welfare of our community.
On Tuesday, June 2nd, the City of Los Angeles led by civil rights organizations NAN | LA, SCLC, the Baptist Ministers Conference and other to peacefully protest and march from 1st Street in downtown Los Angeles to the LAPD headquarter building. A diverse crown assembled and demonstrated and upon reaching their destination, took a knee in solidarity and respect to the late George Floyd. NAN|LA also met with members of the LAPD who also joined in kneeling as a sign of reverence and unity. We can protest and march without violating the law or being called thugs and opportunist. #RIPGeorgeFloyd
The Los Angeles Chapter of the National Action Network would like to extend our heart filled thanks to our Frat Brothers from Omega Psi Phi Tau Tau for the splendid work rendered to the community feeding. It is always a pleasure when we come together as a collective body of Black people serving the needs of others.
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