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Tue, August 30, 2011, 7pm – 9pm
Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos, 1817 Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz, California (map)
May 17th, the SWAT Team of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department and
members of the FBI raided the home of Carlos Montes, a long time Chicano
activist and leader of the famous student walkouts in East LA against
the Vietnam War. More recently, he has organized Southern California's
Chicano community to speak out against war and empire, and is an active
member of the Los Angeles Committee to Stop FBI Repression. Carlos will
discuss how to defend our right to political expression and to protect
our communities from government targeting and surveillance.
There will be simultaneous translation into Spanish at this event.
plates are on sale for $12 and includes Tostadas, beans, rice, salad
and a soft drink. Proceeds go to Carlos' defense fund.
event is sponsored by: Watsonville Brown Berets, Santa Cruz Community
Coalition Against Racism, the Resource Center for Nonviolence, and Santa
Cruz Barrios Unidos.