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    SAT 3/27: Immigration Workshop, Hate Crimes Mtg, Women Conf. Date: 3/25/2004 10:39:23 AM Pacific Standard Time From: nicajg@panix.com [Please note: the ROC-NY
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      SAT 3/27: Immigration Workshop, Hate Crimes Mtg, Women Conf.
      Date: 3/25/2004 10:39:23 AM Pacific Standard Time
      From: nicajg@...

      [Please note: the ROC-NY demonstration at CITE restaurant scheduled for
      Friday, Mar. 26, has been cancelled while negotiations proceed.]

      1. SAT 3/27: Workshop: Fight Against US Apartheid Continues (Manhattan)
      2. SAT 3/27: NICE Citywide Meeting Against Hate Crimes (Queens)
      3. SAT 3/27: Women's Anti-Imperialist League Conference (Brooklyn)

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      1. SAT 3/27: Workshop: Fight Against US Apartheid Continues (Manhattan)

      Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 16:03:24 -0500
      From: Aarti Shahani <aarti@...>
      Subject: The Fight Against U.S. Apartheid Continues (workshop)

      THE FIGHT AGAINST U.S. APARTHEID CONTINUES

      Immigration Enforcement Legislation Training for Activists & Organizers

      When: Saturday, March 27th, 12:00-4:00p

      Where: 6th Floor Conference Room @
      Center for Constitutional Rights 666 Broadway
      (btwn Bleecker & Bond Sts., Manhattan)

      What: Day by day, politicians are stepping up the anti-immigrant
      rhetoric. New bills are being proposed in Congress that would strip
      non-citizens of basic legal, economic and civil rights. This informational
      workshop - designed by and for immigrant rights organizers and activists -
      discusses what these proposals mean, where they come from, and how they
      may already be in place. It will include breakdowns on specific pending
      bills (e.g. CLEAR Act, Smith Act) and also be a space for participants to
      discuss how new and pending laws affect their work.

      Cost: Free!

      *Food will be provided*

      *Sponsored by: Families for Freedom, Asian American Legal Defense and
      Education Fund, & the Center for Constitutional Rights

      Space is limited, so please RSVP:

      Families for Freedom: aarti@..., 212.898.4121
      AALDEF: squiah@..., 212.966.5932 x215
      CCR: mkrupanski@..., 212.614.6454

      Aarti Shahani
      Families for Freedom
      2 Washington Street, 766 North
      New York, NY 10004
      212.898.4121
      212.363.8533 fax
      aarti@...

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      2. SAT 3/27: Citywide Meeting Against Hate Crimes (Queens)

      Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 15:01:54 -0500
      From: Partha Banerjee <partha.banerjee@...>
      Subject: Mark your calendar: NICE hate crime meeting March 27, Saturday

      Please save and circulate. Thank you.

      AGAINST HATE CRIMES

      Immigrant Rights, Advocacy, Justice, Peace and Coalition Partners' Meeting
      in Jackson Heights, Queens to Build Collaborative Strategies for New York
      City

      Date and time of meeting: Saturday, March 27, 2004, 10.00 A.M. - 2.00 P.M.

      Place and location: Renaissance Charter School, 35-59 81st Street, Jackson
      Heights, Queens.

      Directions: 7 Train to 82nd St.

      In the recent past, we activist groups and individuals in New York City
      have worked extensively against the rising hate crimes, especially the
      post-September 11th backlash on immigrants. Working daily with bias crime
      victims, community members and leaders, churches, gurdwaras, mosques,
      synagogues and temples, we have organized a number of important
      well-attended, well-publicized response meetings, rallies and vigils. We
      have also participated in discussions with the city's Hate Crimes Task
      Force and New Immigrant Outreach Unit on improving proper identification
      and prosecution of hate crimes, community-police relations and on bias
      crime protection and civil rights education and awareness among newcomer
      and refugee communities.

      In an effort to build a multiethnic, multi-faith long-term coalition of
      immigrants, community leaders, and native-born city residents to address
      all bigotry and violence in the city, New Immigrant Community Empowerment
      (NICE) is inviting you to come to this important meeting on Saturday,
      March 27 (10 A.M. to 2 P.M. - refreshment provided) to begin a dialogue
      and share our knowledge, experience and insight toward the development of
      a comprehensive action plan to combat hate crimes. We hope this will be
      the first of many such conversations in the days to come. We are also
      confident that together, we'll be able to find effective ways to
      challenge, resist and prevent bias crimes in any place or form.

      Please join us in this important bridge-building process. Thank you for
      your active support.

      In solidarity,

      Partha Banerjee, NICE Community Organizer (718)-205-8796,
      parthaatnice@...

      Bryan Pu-Folkes, NICE Executive Director (917)-518-8719,
      bpufolkes@...

      ___________________

      Partha Banerjee
      Community Organizer, NICE
      www.nynice.org

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      3. SAT 3/27: Women's Anti-Imperialist League Conference (Brooklyn)

      Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2004 16:39:56 -0500
      From: Rebecca Libed <beckeroo21@...>
      Subject: Women's Anti-Imperialist League Conference this Saturday!!

      Do you... Want to know how the US war on terrorism is affecting the women
      in Iraq, Palestine, Philippines, the US? Want to learn what's happening
      to the women in Haiti? Want to find out how women are
      responding to their situation? Want to participate in building a
      unified women's response worldwide? Come to...

      UNITING WOMEN'S RESPONSE AGAINST
      WARS OF AGGRESSION & GLOBALIZATION
      A Conference Sponsored by the Women's Anti-Imperialist League

      27 March 2004, Saturday, 3PM-8PM
      The Audre Lorde Project, 85 South Oxford St.
      (bet. Fulton St. & Lafayette Ave.), Brooklyn, NYC

      Space Limited. Please register by March 24: WAIL@... or
      1212.592.3507.

      Registration fee (payable at the door): sliding scale: $5-15 (no one will
      be turned away for lack of funds). Dinner and Snacks provided. For more
      info or to volunteer: email WAIL@..., call 1212.592.3507.

      PROGRAM:
      * Keynote by NINOTCHKA ROSCA. An exiled journalist, novelist, and
      activist from the Philippines, Rosca left her homeland in the 1970s after
      being jailed for her opposition to President Marcos' declaration of
      martial law. She's the International Spokesperson for the GABRIELA
      Purple Rose Campaign against Sex Trafficking of Filipino Women and Children.
      * Panel on the impact of wars of aggression and globalization on
      women in South America, Caribbean, North America, Middle East, Africa
      * Discussion Groups
      * Next Steps/Commitment to Action
      * Cultural Performances throughout

      The Women's Anti-Imperialist League (WAIL) is a multi-racial, multi-ethnic
      alliance of anti-imperialist women and women's organizations.

      DIRECTIONS to Audre Lorde Project by Subway: Take the Brooklyn-bound local
      C to Lafayette Avenue. Exit at the South Oxford Street stair exit. Make a
      right and continue on South Oxford Street. The entrance to ALP is on the
      right, in the middle of the block; OR Take the M, N, Q, R, W, 2, 3, 4, 5
      or LIRR to Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street stop. Exit at Hanson Place. Walk
      up Hanson Place to South Oxford Street. Make left onto South Oxford
      Street. The entrance to ALP is on the right, in the middle of the block;
      OR Take the G to Fulton Street. Walk two (2) blocks up Lafayette Street to
      South Oxford Street. Make a right onto South Oxford Street. The entrance
      to ALP is on the left, in the middle of the block. For car and bus
      directions go to <http://www.alp.org/direction.html>
      www.alp.org/direction.html

      *************************************************
      GABRIELA Network
      A Philippine - US Women's Solidarity Organization
      PO Box 403, Times Square Station
      New York, NY 10036
      Tel 212.592.3507
      Fax 651.321.1845
      E-mail kawomenan@...
      Web site www.gabnet.org

      a General Assembly Binding women for Reform, Integrity, Equality,
      Leadership, and Action since 1989



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