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    Items too late for the print edition =========== January 4 • Saturday Political Meeting: Legal Clinic A free legal clinic for those the INS questions and
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      January 4 • Saturday
      Political Meeting: Legal Clinic
      A free legal clinic for those the INS questions and detains. For especially
      citizens form Arab Countries and including people from Eritrea and North
      Korea. Sponsored by the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. 12 PM
      to 6 PM. ADS Office, 9355 Chapman Ave., #205, Garden Grove. (949) 290-3486.

      January 4 • Saturday
      Political Action: Save Leimert Park
      Leimert Park has stood synonymous with the voices of African American
      culture and art in Los Angeles. It is a place carved out by artists,
      musicians and poets ­ fought for in every note, beat, word and image. It
      holds the rich legacy of Horace Tapscott and Billy Higgins. Such places
      cannot be simply recreated. In a time when people need these voices more
      than ever, we need to raise our own voices.Volunteers are needed to get the
      word out, contact media, and donate sound. 2 p.m. @ Leimert Park Crenshaw
      & Vernon, L.A. .For more information call Phyllis Battle at 323.290.9026 •
      Dwight Trible at 323.934.6313

      January 4 • Saturday
      Political Action: Protest INS Action

      The mass warrantless illegal arrests of Middle-Eastern males who showed-up
      for INS's mandatory registration program in Los Angeles in December. Noon
      to 1 PM. INS Los Angeles District Office , Federal Building, 300 N. Los
      Angeles Street Los Angeles. Contacts ADC LA/OC - Nader Abuljebain (949)
      290-3486; Ban Al Wardi (626) 375-3644 CAIR LA - Hussam Ayloush or Ra'id
      Faraj (714) 776-1847 AIA - Babak Sotoodeh (714) 914-6663, (714) 545-0505
      NCPA - Khalid Pervaiz 818 216-2360

      January 8 • Wednesday
      Talk: Adam Shapiro on Palestine
      Husband and wife activists, Adam Shapiro and Huwaida Arraf, will present
      the second keynote address of the 2002-2003 Social Activism Speaker Series
      at the California Institute of Technology. Their presentation, “Eyewitness
      to Occupied Palestine,” will take place on Wednesday, January 8, at 8pm in
      Baxter Lecture Hall on the Caltech campus.The event is free and open to the
      public. For more information, visit http://sass.caltech.edu or contact
      Greg Fletcher, Caltech Y, (626) 395-6163.

      January 9 • Thursday

      Political Meeting: Coalition to Stop Police Abuse
      The regular organizing meeting of the October 22nd Coalition to Stop Police
      Brutality. They are organizing for the MLK Day Parade, Jan. 20th. 6:30 PM.
      KRST Unity Center, 7825 Western Ave., LA.

      January 11 • Saturday
      Political Meeting: Anti-War Concert
      A concert to benefit the magazine International Socialist
      Review Entertainment includes the band Slowrider, with political comedy,
      spoken word, DJ’s, food and drinks. 7 PM to 12 AM. Casa del Mexicano,
      2003 Calle Pedro Infante, LA. $8. (310) 280-1175.

      January 26 • Sunday
      Art: Mixed Media
      The American Friends Service Committee will hold a reception for artists
      participating in a Mixed Media Art Show. With music, readings and
      refreshments. Today from 2 PM to 5 PM. The show will run from Jan. 7 to
      Jan. 30. AFSC, 980 North Fair Oaks, Pasadena. (626) 791-1978. Email:

      Political Meeting/Film:
      The Friday night showing of political films dealing with war/peace
      issues, prisons, homelessness. They meet on the third Friday of the
      month. Jan. 24, Feb. 21, March 21, April 25 and May 23. 6 PM with
      potluck. Also each succeeding Sundays they discuss the films. 10 to 11
      AM. Orange Grove Friends Meetinghouse, 526 E. Orange Grove, Pasadena. (626)

      February 1
      Art “The Art of Punk:
      “The Art of Punk” is the inaugural exhibit for the new Kantor
      Gallery.Featuring the works of Mark Vallen, Raymond Pettibone, Shepard
      Fairy and others, the show looks at the early L.A. 1977 Punk scene. Opens
      on Friday, Feb. 1st with an Artist’s Reception (8 pm), and runs until March
      14th. The Kantor Gallery is located at: 7025 Melrose Ave. For more info,
      call the gallery at: 323-933-6976. Or check www.art-for-a-change.com

      John Johnson
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