Events In Remembrance of the victims of the serial murders of Black women in South LA
This Women’s History Month
A Weekend of Events In Remembrance of the victims of the serial murders of Black women in South LA.
Friday, March 11th: Inter-denominational Prayer Service and Memorial
7pm, Holman United Methodist Church, 3320 West Adams Blvd, LA 90018.
Reaffirming the dignity of the serial murder victims, and in support of their loved ones. With Pastor Kelvin Sauls, Rev. Dr. Louis Logan and others.
Also Friday 7-9pm Tabling at 5200 E. 2nd St. (Corner of Nieto & 2nd Sts.) Belmont Shores, Long Beach CA. Called by Long Beach Area Peace Network.
Sunday, March 13th: Vigil and Community Dialogue
1-2pm: Vigil at Crenshaw and Slauson. Black Lives Matter/LA; Black Coalition Fighting Back Serial Murders (BC)
2:30-4:30pm: Community Dialogue: Black Women’s Lives Count
at AFIBA, 5730 Crenshaw Ave, LA 90043.
Featuring: Professor Terrion Williamson (Michigan State University); Attorney Nana Gyamfi; film clips “Tales of the Grim Sleeper”; Margaret Prescod, Founder BC, host of Pacifica Radio’s “Sojourner Truth”.
Music, Poetry, Children’s Activities, Refreshments
KPFK 90.7 FM is the media sponsor for the weekend events
All are Welcome!
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