community redistricting meeting in san francisco

This is a bit short notice, but I wanted to make sure folks in the Bay Area knew bout this Redistricting Meeting happening tomorrow night in San Francisco...

The Asian Law Caucus is having its second meeting to continue the dialogue on the issue of how to ensure a fair redistricting process for the API community. It's happening Tuesday, September 28th, 2010, at 5:00pm at the San Francisco Public Library. Here are some more details:

The next community meeting is scheduled for:

September 28th, 2010


San Francisco Public Library

Main Branch, Latino Community Room

(Enter through the Grove Street entrance)

100 Larkin Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

To RSVP, contact:

Carlo De La Cruz

CAPAFR2011@gmail.com 415-848-7721
In 2011 the boundaries of California's legislative districts will be redrawn by the new California Citizens Redistricting Commission. This process is more important than most people realize. Simply put, redistricting is about who represents you in government and whether our communities have a voice.

If people of color don't take an active part in redistricting, our neighborhoods and communities could be divided up and we could lose our voice in these critical decisions for the next decade. This meeting is about how we all can help protect our community from being fragmented in the upcoming redistricting process. For more information, go to the Asian Law Caucus website here.

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