Join us in a multiracial, cross-cultural commemoration of April 29, 1992, aka Saigu, LA Riots, Uprising, Rebellion, etc.
Hear different perspectives on what happened on that fateful day as well how communities of color have been working together for a better, collective future.
Dialogue with us on how we can continue to build coalitions across racial lines for a more inclusive Los Angeles.
FREE Admission, includes breakfast and lunch catered by LocoL of Roy Choi / Kogi BBQ fame!
RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2phtr5q
FREE Parking available (first come, first served)
- Orland Bishop (ShadeTree Multicultural Foundation)
- Sylvia Castillo (Community Coalition)
- Prof. Edward Chang (The Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies at UC Riverside)
- Maisie Chin (Community Asset Development Re-defining Education (CADRE)
- Dr. Maulana Karenga (African American Cultural Center)
- Tracy Akemi Kato-kiriyama (Vigilant Love, APIs 4 Black Lives - Los Angeles)
- Do Kim (The K.W. Lee Center for Leadership)
- Angela Oh
- Alberto Retana (Commuinty Coalition)
- Pastor William D. Smart, Jr. (SCLC of Southern California)
- Alexandra Suh (Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)
- More speakers to be announced!
Performances by Hanoolim: Korean Cultural Awareness Group of UCLA!
African American Cultural Center
Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles
Black Community Clergy and Labor Alliance
Community Asset Development Re-defining Education (CADRE)
Holman United Methodist Church
Korean Resource Center 민족학교
Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)
Building Healthy Communities South Los Angeles
SCLC of Southern California
The K.W. Lee Center for Leadership
The Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies at UC Riverside