Low-income Korean American Seniors Take to the Streets for the passage of Proposition 30

October 24, 2012
Press Advisory

Contact: Kate Kang (Korean Resource Center) at kate@krcla.org or 323-937-3718.

Low-income Korean American Seniors Take to the Streets for the passage of Proposition 30

Budget for the 99 Percent Rally 2012-01-10 (4)

Los Angeles, CA – Join the Korean Resource Center, a non-profit organization founded in 1983, as over 30 Korean American senior citizens rally at the Wilshire-Western Metro station in Koreatown Los Angeles for the passage of Proposition 30. These seniors are civic activists, members of the Community Health Promoters organizing group at the Korean Resource Center. Seniors will rally for Proposition 30, asking for increased revenues to prevent radical cuts to K-12 and higher education as well as critical senior services.

Date: Friday, October 26
Time: 11:00am
Location: Wilshire-Western Metro Station Square, Los Angeles CA (3775 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA)

Visuals: Korean American Senior Citizens – (new immigrant voters) engaged in civic action, signs, rally, video opportunities, 1:1 interview opportunities are available with interpreters
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