It is in celebration and in preparation that Laundry Workers Center invites you to our Building Together: Community Gala on Friday, Dec 2, 2016. LWC members have inspired so many in NY and beyond. We have so much to celebrate this year. But we also have much to prepare for the years ahead.
Each of you has brought skills, ideas, and passion to LWC. You come from all walks of justice—labor, housing, health and safety, artists, undocu-warriors, students, queer communities, faith communities, Black Lives Matter, womyn’s rights, fighters for our Earth.
Without the solidarity of the community, LWC’s nearly unbroken record of victories wouldn’t be possible. We are excited to announce our new LWC Sustainer Program, where you can give a small monthly amount of $10 or more to LWC. When you become a LWC Sustainer, you are doing exactly that: sustaining our work together. There is much uncertainty on the direction our world will turn. What iscertain is the power we can build together.
Join together with activists, members, organizers, and friends from across the movements to celebrate, scheme, and fundraise for LWC. And of course eat and dance!
LWC’s Building Together: Community Gala
Friday, December 2nd, 2016
370 7th ave, 5th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10001
(Between 30th and 31st St. Subways 1, 2 ,3, A, C, E to 34th St Penn Station; B, D, F, M, N, Q, R to 34th St Herald Sq.)
Catering by LWC member and communtiy leader Pablo Rutillio and his restaurant, La Esencia. 5085 Broadway Ave, Inwood, Manhattan 10034.
TShirts for sale by LuvCustomPrints and CottonHustle.
Can’t make the party but want to give your support? Visit us at http://laundryworkerscenter.org/support/ and become a sustainer today. Your support of $10+ a month will ensure LWC can keep organizing, fighting, and winning for our community.
Rise Together. Build Together. Dance It Out. Dec 2nd.
Come and celebrate our victories with worker-leaders from the Titlanice campaign, B&H Photo, Liberato, and our newest underground campaign. Talk about the future of LWC. And help build the workers’ movement in New York and beyond.