For the Love of Justice
Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come hang out at the annual event of LDIR (Leadership Development in Interethnic Relations). This gathering of LDIR fans, alumni, activists, and other community members includes a silent auction, bar, snacks, performances and an open mic.
The event is held every year in February to create a space that celebrates love in a different, more inclusive way than Valentine’s Day. We're celebrating all kinds of love that unite people across difference.
This year’s event has the tagline of “Strut Your Stuff,” because alumni and friends are encouraged to creatively showcase their social justice work via spoken word, dance, and other modes of expression. In addition to performances, the event will feature a silent auction. To get involved, donate, and learn more, please contact Raven Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LDIR is a nonprofit program that offers workshops to develop leaders with social consciousness and cultural awareness. Come support a great social justice initiative, co-sponsored by a multiracial coalition of organizations. Learn more about LDIR at http://ldir.org. RSVP for the event at http://www.ldir.org/alumni/for-the-love-of-justice/
$20 suggested donation.
When & Where
Leadership Development in Interethnic Relations Program
Leadership Development in Interethnic Relations (LDIR) is a program based at the Asian Pacific American Legal Center and co-sponsored by the Martin Luther King Dispute Resolution Center and the Central American Resource Center. LDIR is committed to developing leaders who advocate for values of inclusion, cooperation, power sharing, justice, and equity. The program’s trainings and resources are designed to empower, mobilize, and equip leaders with the awareness, skills, and action steps necessary to foster and sustain positive intergroup relations.